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THE SPORTS PAGE 64: The Most Influential People In Sports Business



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sertackaya

Wed, 06 Apr 2011 12:31:36 -0400

since shumacher already retired in f1 and tiger woods (narra) now getting old,. altin cilek



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Tue, 05 Apr 2011 07:52:10 -0400

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Roger Hopper

Tue, 05 Apr 2011 05:49:19 -0400

How can Tiger Woods be there? I'm sorry but I don't know why people still believe he's a good, also I couldn't see Micheal Jordan?? Whats up with that! http://www.canvasartprint.com.au/



childermass

Tue, 05 Apr 2011 04:27:27 -0400

You are right. Even as a list of people influential in America it has problems. But, in sad harmony with a great deal of American media, this article does not see a world outside these borders. The three sports that dominate these lists are American Football, Baseball and Basketball, sports barely played outside the USA. Just for a comparison Real Madrid, Barcelona and Manchester Unites are all soccer clubs and are all bigger franchises than any team named here.



dmfreedom

Tue, 05 Apr 2011 03:23:21 -0400

This is pretty lazy journalism. If the headline has the implication - "in the USA" then this might be an ok list, but it does miss some incredibly influential people - like Jacques Rogge for instance. I agree that Larry Ellison might not be interesting enough to make the list, despite controlling up to $1.4 billion of investment into the San Francisco economy through the next America's Cup cycle. Bernie Ecclestone does have huge influence over one of the only annual global sporting competitions there is. I didn't see anyone from the Indian Premier League (IPL) cricket in the list, despite the enormous growth and value being delivered there.



JoeB

Mon, 04 Apr 2011 19:04:06 -0400

Yeah, I didn't get much out of the list. What were my 64 clicks worth to the site? Didn't even know some of the sports reporters - where were Jim Rome and Skip Bayless?



Dashiell Bennett

Mon, 04 Apr 2011 16:37:14 -0400

Eccelstone is a good nomination, but I don't think an America's Cup team qualifies Ellison just yet.