Will PIAA winter championships be normal amid Omicron surge?

MECHANICSBURG, Pa. (WHTM) – Winter high school sports in Pennsylvania could once again feel the pinch of the Coronavirus pandemic for the third straight year. As Omicron cases arise in the Midstate, parents and athletes wonder if winter sports will bear the brunt of rule changes and shutdowns. In 2020, the PIAA state championships for … Read more

‘superior cottages’ at domki szumilas are integrated into coastal meadows

the top three huts architects domki szumilas (szumilas hut) present a set of “high-rise huts” as a higher level of Polish rural housing. the three hotel flats mark the final stage of the expansion of the szumilas project, which began with six “classic” huts, built as the first part of the project in June 2018. … Read more

Can Pay TV Survive Streaming Sports?

Live sports are the cornerstone of the pay-TV bundle, but sports fans have an increasing number of options for watching their favorite teams without subscribing to traditional pay TV. Not only is Walt Disney (NYSE: DIS) adding more content to its ESPN + service every quarter, Sinclair (NASDAQ: SBGI) is planning to launch stand-alone streaming … Read more

Jay Glazer: Saints’ Sean Payton Considering Retirement

Sean Payton’s rumors are taking on more steam, and FOX’s Jay Glazer got a little more information on Monday afternoon. In an interview with Gavin Dawson, Jeff Cavanaugh and Bryan Broaddus on 105.3 The Fan in GBag Nation’s GBag Nation, Glazer talked about what he knows about the Saints coach, which is that he’s considering … Read more

Early look at the top 20 NFL draft-eligible college football players taking the field in 2022

The deadline for college football players to declare for the 2022 NFL Draft has passed, which means everyone who hasn’t declared is returning for at least one more season before possibly making the jump next year. But what about the players who weren’t eligible to declare for the 2022 draft but will have the option … Read more

NCAA releases updated COVID-19 guidance for winter sports

The NCAA has released updated guidelines for winter sports competing in the COVID-19 pandemic. The 2022 Winter Training and Competition document follows the latest updates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, including recommendations for quarantine and isolation. The updated guidelines address a wide range of considerations that differentiate COVID-19 management in Level 1 … Read more

2008 Beijing Olympics Vs. 2022: No Lofty Promises This Time | Sports News

By STEPHEN WADE, AP Sports Writer The 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics showcased China’s reemergence on the world stage. In awarding those Games to China, the International Olympic Committee predicted the Olympics could improve human rights, and Chinese politicians hinted at the same. Soaring promises are absent this time as the Beijing Winter Olympics open in … Read more

From robot soccer to speedgate, these sports of the future already exist

Thanks to artificial intelligence, robotics and other technological innovations, new high-tech sports are being launched around the world. From robots taking the field to football, to drones controlled by pilots, like humans, machines are proving to have their own line of competitiveness. AI can also create new sports now, from game strategy and rules to … Read more