CBC Sports- Canadian and international breaking news and special reports.
CBS Sports- Coverage of NFL football, NBA basketball, NHL hockey, NCAA college football games, and world sports, with the latest sports statistics, scores, standings, transactions, team injury reports, and team schedules.
Eurosport- Best of sport live: football, tennis, motorsports, rugby, athletics, cycling, basketball.
Eurosport Event Management Ltd. - Provides an extensive satellite sports schedule. Soccer (International Friendlies, FA Cup, Community Shield, European Cup Qualifying), rugby (Fall Tour, 6 Nations, Tri Nations and Rugby World Cup Qualifying) and cricket (World Cup of Cricket) are all part of its schedule.
Federal League- Information and articles about independent sports leagues.
FindLaw Sports- Current news and legal links, message board, and law guide.
Fox Sports- Breaking news, features, statistics, scores, standings, and schedules.
GeoSport- Covering categories ranging from sports news to buying sports & fitness equipment to fantasy sports.
Grantland - Sports and pop culture from Bill Simmons and a rotating cast of writers.
GrindTV - Yahoo's action sports portal, a destination for action sports videos, pictures and information about the skate, surf, snow, and moto lifestyle.
Guardian Unlimited Sport- Offers live match reports and breaking news along with player interviews, features and columnists.
International Association for Sports Information (IASI)- An international association that brings together a worldwide network of information experts, librarians, sport scientists and managers of sport libraries, information and documentation centres. Founded in September 1960 in Rome, the primary purpose of the IASI is to stimulate and support activities in the field of international documentation, and promote the dissemination of information to physical educators, sport scientists, documentalists and sports researchers.
International Swimming Hall of Fame (ISHOF)- Dedicated to the history, memory, and recognition of the famous swimmers, divers, water polo players, synchronized swimmers, and persons involved in life saving activities and education, throughout the world.
League of Fans - A sports reform project founded by Ralph Nader to encourage social and civic responsibility in sports industry and culture.
Los Angeles Times: Sports News- Includes headline news, feature articles, columnists, photographs, blogs, team coverage, and videos from the U.S. newspaper.
National Sporting Library and Museum (NSLM) - Founded in 1954 in Middleburg, Virginia, the NSLM has expanded to become a library, research facility and art museum with over 17,000 books and works of art in the collections. Information is shared through exhibits, lectures, seminars, publications and special events. Many of the programs are free and open to the public.
NBC Sports- National and international coverage breaking news, feature stories, videos, blogs, and photographs from the US television network.
New York Times: Sports- Newspaper offers breaking news on baseball, basketball, football, college sports, hockey, soccer, tennis, golf, horse racing, motor sports, and boxing.
NPR: Sports- News, feature reports and articles, and podcasts from National Public Radio.
Paul Bryant Museum (University of Alabama Sports)- Contains the most extensive collection of archival, and published materials about The University Alabama sports in the world. This is a public facility and thousands of researchers, print media journalists, radio and television journalists, Museum visitors, callers and correspondents are served annually.
ProSportsDaily.com- Daily links to pro sports news and rumors from every major newspaper in America.
Rivals.com- Powered by more than 300 writers, reporters and publishers at the local level and by more than 85 employees at its Brentwood, Tenn., headquarters, Rivals.com is the most respected name in team-specific college sports coverage and the country's No. 1 authority on college football and basketball recruiting.
RTE Sport- Irish broadcaster providing news, articles, columns, photographs, and video on Gaelic sports, soccer, rugby, golf, motorsports, horse racing, and other sports.
Sports Library (Amateur Athletic Foundation)- Houses one of the world's most comprehensive collections of sports information. The AAF provides traditional library services and has built an extensive digital collection of sports publications available on this website.
Sports on Earth - From USAToday's team of sportswriters on the NFL, college football, MLB, NBA, college basketball, golf, tennis, hockey and more.
Sports Central- In-depth coverage of a wide range of sports, all the sports, all the time.
SportsJuice- Broadcaster of Minor League, Collegiate and Amateur sports.
Sports Network- Real-time international sports information wire service. Provides up-to-the-second sports scores, statistics, news, injury and weather reports, standings, schedules, team information and much, much more via satellite and online transmission.
SportsPages.com- Sportspages.com started in the spring of 1997 as a collection of direct links to the local sports sections of the major papers in the U.S. - those in and around cities with major league professional teams. From this beginning, the site has added more links: to columnists, team coverage pages, broadcast sites, Web sites and tools to help professional sports journalists.
Sportsterminal.com- Gaming information. Odds, lines, numbers, statistics, standings, and scores.
Telegraph, The: Sport- Headline news, feature articles, columnists, fixtures, and results from the UK newspaper.
United States Sports Academy (USSA)- An independent, non-profit, accredited, special mission sports university created to serve the nation and the world with programs in instruction, research and service. The role of the Academy is to prepare men and women for careers in the profession of sports. Also see: Library Resources .
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