Center Princeton Sports
'Call Em Out Fridays': Cotto/Margarito Step Center Stage For 'La Battala'! (East Side Boxing)
16.05.08 - By Vivek Wallace : In this weeks 'Call em Out Fridays' segment we take a look at not one, but two boxers who now find themselves at the center of the sports biggest scheduled fight. After weeks of grueling negotiations, it seems that the inevitable has finally materialized.
Walter E. Washington Convention Center to offer GM job Gregory O'Dell (Washington Business Journal)
Gregory O'Dell, chief executive of the D.C. sports & Entertainment Commission, will be offered the job of general manager of the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, sources close to the matter confirmed.
Virginia Beach panel gives OK to sports complex (The Virginian-Pilot)
VIRGINIA BEACH A group of professional baseball players has advanced toward realizing the dream of an indoor sports facility off Dam Neck Road. The Virginia Beach Planning Commission unanimously voted in favor of 7 Cities Development Co.'s plan for a sports training and therapy center for amate ...
Olympian Tom Pukstys to Offer Sports Performance Training Camps at the Evergreen Park Racquet and Fitness Center in ... (PRWeb)
TP Sports Performance, founded in 2002 by two-time Olympian Tom Pukstys, will begin offering athletic performance camps at the Evergreen Park Racquet and Fitness Center in Evergreen Park, Illinois. Camps will begin in May 2008 and will held during the morning and evening hours for athletes aged 11 and older. Speed, agility, power and strength will be covered during the 4-week training programs. ...
Sports Complex May Rise In Ashburn (Washington Post)
A private company headed by a high school baseball coach has proposed to build a $40 million sports complex in Ashburn that would include a dozen athletic fields, a leadership training center and several restaurants.
Cameron Senior Center sports new granite sign (Westford Eagle)
A new granite sign marks the Cameron Senor Center thanks to one hard-working Westford boy scout.�
Residents object to planned Effingham sports center (Journal Gazette & Times-Courier)
EFFINGHAM ? Jeff Clausius of Effingham isn?t necessarily against the city?s proposed 82,000-square-foot sports complex; he?s just not sure he wants it in his backyard.
Aurora Sports Fest returns (The Beacon News)
The city's 14th annual sports festival kicks off today at Phillips Park with more than a dozen local schools participating. The event begins with an opening ceremony at 9 a.m. in the winter recreation area of the park near the Aquatic Center.
Senior Center faces space crunch in Manchester (Journal Inquirer)
MANCHESTER ? Senior Center members soon may work out with a Nintendo Wii, a video game system that simulates sports such as bowling and golf. The question town officials are grappling with now isn?t whether today?s older residents will embrace the technology ? it?s where to locate the equipment.
Sports medicine to be modernized (Manila Standard Today)
THE Philippine sports Commission is going to modernize the Philippine Center for sports Medicine. PSC Chairman William ?Butch? Ramirez said he will closely coordinate with both the lower and upper Chambers and tap the private sector to increase the annual budget for sports medicines.