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‘Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel’ reveals stunning lack of support for Olympic Athletes.

As the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympic Games draw closer, the dreams of hundreds of hopeful Olympians from around the world will be realized. Olympic athletes in the United States of America often encounter larger obstacles in realizing their dreams as compared to their counterparts from other developed nations, and they have the United States Olympic Committee to blame for that.
On Tuesday, Jan. 30, “Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel” on HBO will debut “Episode 250: U.S. Olympic Pay Gap” in which the show will speak with current and former United States Olympians about the financial burdens that representing the United States in the Olympic games has placed upon them.

Aug 13

The Blitz – August 13, 2017

Important Sports and Sports Law News –  August 7 – August 13, 2017 Tweet of the Week (actually it’s a tie – Dr. Johnny Benjamin & Dr. Johnny Benjamin) People tell pro athletes to shut up & stick to sports but if said star clapped back & told them to stick to dropping fries they’d …

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Apr 07

The Blitz – Weekend Edition – 3/7/17

⚖️Litigation Lane NHL Concussion Injury Litigation How the #NHL #concussion lawsuit could threaten the future of the league https://t.co/VwPz4TT5qI via @DownGoesBrown — Sheilla Dingus (@SheillaDingus) April 6, 2017 Accord 2 NHL in its lawsuit’s latest, media is “hysterical” over concussions thanks to NFL. How about merely aware? https://t.co/ILstQ983sS — Jaime Mittens (@SportsLawBlonde) April 5, 2017 …

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Apr 05

The Blitz 4/5/17

⚖️Litigation Lane: NFL Concussion Settlement BREAKING#NFL #Concussion Settlement Judge Brody has issued an order to send liens/ attny fee disputes to Magistrate Judge pic.twitter.com/Mhrp56AFwO — Sheilla Dingus (@SheillaDingus) April 4, 2017 PDF of Order: https://t.co/iemERSgPYp https://t.co/YQVnFRJJty — Sheilla Dingus (@SheillaDingus) April 4, 2017 Standard practice in post-judgment attorney fee disputes. Will likely lead to quicker …

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