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POSTED 09.01.2016
The preeminent tennis tournament in America, the U.S. Open is back in full swing in Queens, New York, as of this week and continues into early September. Traditionally, the tail end of summer is a spectacular and dry period in the region, but in the last several years, the Open suffered delayed and even suspended key matches due to inclement weather. (Think back to 2008 when rain shut down the men’s semifinals with Andy Murray and Rafael Nadal.) So this year, the U.S. Tennis Association is armed and ready.
www.nba.com
POSTED 08.31.2016
Two of LA's biggest brands, the Los Angeles Lakers and UCLA Health have agreed to a long-term partnership that includes UCLA Health’s designation as the exclusive in-game health providers for the team’s players and the naming rights for the team’s new training facility and offices in El Segundo, it was announced today. The name of the facility will be the UCLA Health Training Center.
Popular Mechanics
POSTED 08.26.2016
Arthur Ashe Stadium before the addition of the retractable roof.
Sports Illustrated
POSTED 08.19.2016
The Billie Jean King National Tennis Center got a makeover for this year's U.S. Open featuring various changes to the grounds and marquee stadiums.
POSTED 08.05.2016
At an August 2nd press conference, tennis great Billie Jean King and Jeanne Moutoussamy-Ashe pushed the button to open and close the new retractable roof over Arthur Ashe Stadium. The demonstration, held on the court, debuted the roof to national media, sponsors and staff. Matt Rossetti and USTA officials, Danny Zausner, Katrina Adams and Gordon Smith, told the story of the journey to finance, design and construct the roof, that was once thought to be "impossible."
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