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CNBC's Adam Reed reports from the Open Championship in Carnoustie, Scotland, with comment from Michael Robichaud, SVP of global sponsorships for MasterCard.
CNBC's Adam Reed reports on the first day of play at the Open Championship in Carnoustie, Scotland.
Martin Slumbers, chief executive at the R&A, speaks to CNBC from Scotland about the Open Championship, the world's oldest golf tournament.
Kazakh figure skater and Olympic medalist Denis Ten died Thursday after being stabbed in an attack in the streets of the country's largest city, USA Today reports.
Joe Moglia, TD Ameritrade chairman, talks about teaching life skills to athletes.
CNBC's Adam Reed reports from the Open Championship in Scotland on the financial credentials of Tiger Woods.
CNBC's Adam Reed reports from Carnoustie, Scotland, on the oldest tournament in golf.
Justin Bonomo has now won more money playing poker tournaments than anyone else in history.
CNBC's Eric Chemi takes a look at Forbes' list of the world's most valuable sports franchises.
Even before the start of the new season, FC Barcelona has scored a big win, announcing record revenue numbers for 2017/18.
Former Dallas Cowboys Quarterback Tony Romo won a few golf tournaments but he's not keeping the winner's check — he'd rather keep his amateur status, USA Today reports.
CNBC's Eric Chemi reports how new baseball bat rules are costing Little League parents millions.
Papa John's founder accused media agency Laundry Service of trying to blackmail company for $6 million.
Culture is "one of the biggest determining factors" for nations looking to improve their international standing, said Tom Byer, an American soccer expert, who has coached youth teams in Japan for the past two decades.
Tom Byer of T3 Group explains why countries in Asia such as China find it difficult to nurture soccer talent.
The international soccer tournament has become a commercial dream for sportswear companies — a platform for some of the world’s biggest brands to duke it out for the estimated 1 billion fans watching the once-every-four-year championship.