The postponements and changes which will take place to scheduled sport following the death of Queen Elizabeth II…


The EFL has announced Friday’s fixtures – Burnley vs Norwich and Tranmere vs Stockport – have been postponed as a mark of respect for Queen Elizabeth II. A decision on the weekend’s games will be made on Friday morning, following a discussion with the Department for Culture, Media & Sport.

The SPFL confirmed Friday’s game between

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New rules restrict activities on the Willamette River. A group has been petitioning to get those restrictions lifted. The state marine board just denied it.

PORTLAND, Ore. — No question, the Willamette River near downtown Portland has become a lot more popular in recent years. The water is now clean enough to swim in and it’s become more attractive to boaters. However, according to the Oregon State Marine Board, all those boats are taking a

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Colorado sports bettors placed $2.3 billion in wagers in the first year of legal sports betting, which marks its anniversary this month.

The Colorado Division of Gaming released initial, unaudited figures for the first year of the industry, showing that wagers between May 1, 2020, and April 30, 2021, totaled $2,325,477,052, with gross gaming revenues totaling $148,103,448. The net sports-betting proceeds came in at $65,962,159.

The gross gaming revenues are total wagers or handle minus

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — Last Friday, the Metro Nashville Public Health Department dropped the outdoor mask mandate, but that won’t necessarily impact Music City’s outdoor sports venues.

Dr. Alex Jahangir, Chairman of Metro’s COVID-19 Task Force, says any business has the right to adopt their own mask policies for outdoor use, including sports teams and leagues. “Each individual business has the right to do what they would feel they should, so I’m going to defer

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