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To be fair, Mickey D's (and I'm no apologist as I prefer Carl's Jr.'s chicken sandwich & sweet potato fries plus the occasional In-N-Out burger) was just implementing the terms of its sponsorship contract with the tone-deaf (what One Minute of Silence for the Murdered Israeli Athletes of the 1972 Olympics?) & hopelessly inept IOC.

To be fair, Mickey D's (and I'm no apologist as I prefer Carl's Jr.'s chicken sandwich & sweet potato fries plus the occasional In-N-Out burger) was just implementing the terms of its sponsorship contract with the tone-deaf (what One Minute of Silence for the Murdered Israeli Athletes of the 1972 Olympics?) & hopelessly inept IOC.

According to email exchanges, letters, bank records and invoices, Nike’s attempt to maintain sponsorship of Kenya’s runners has precipitated a scandal.

According to email exchanges, letters, bank records and invoices, Nike’s attempt to maintain sponsorship of Kenya’s runners has precipitated a scandal.

TaylorMade Golf Company announced today a multi-year contract has been reached with one of the most accomplished athletes in history Tiger Woods. Tiger will play TaylorMades driver fairway woods irons and wedges. The signing is a definitive move by the company that reaffirms its ongoing commitment to fielding the strongest Tour staff in the industry and putting the highest performing equipment in the hands of the best players in the world.

TaylorMade Golf Company announced today a multi-year contract has been reached with one of the most accomplished athletes in history Tiger Woods. Tiger will play TaylorMades driver fairway woods irons and wedges. The signing is a definitive move by the company that reaffirms its ongoing commitment to fielding the strongest Tour staff in the industry and putting the highest performing equipment in the hands of the best players in the world.

New A’s president on CBA, revenues and ‘fan experience’ - San Francisco Chronicle

New A’s president on CBA, revenues and ‘fan experience’ - San Francisco Chronicle

La vida más allá del hashtag - Johan Cruyff Institute

La vida más allá del hashtag - Johan Cruyff Institute

What to look for before signing ANY contract: especially those highly coveted sponsorship agreement!

What to look for before signing ANY contract: especially those highly coveted sponsorship agreement!

One of the most endorsement-savvy pro athletes, LeBron James has been rewarded for his keen business sense in the form of a $30 million profit from th...

One of the most endorsement-savvy pro athletes, LeBron James has been rewarded for his keen business sense in the form of a $30 million profit from th...

FOX Sports Live combines breaking sports news and highlights with banter between former players and experts to provide fans with a unique perspective on sports and athletes.Canadian imports Jay Onrait and Dan OToole man the highlight desk, delivering news and highlights with their own twist. Charissa Thompson moderates an all-star panel of former athletes that includes Gabe Kapler, Donovan McNabb, Gary Payton, Andy Roddick, and Ephraim Salaam.

FOX Sports Live combines breaking sports news and highlights with banter between former players and experts to provide fans with a unique perspective on sports and athletes.Canadian imports Jay Onrait and Dan OToole man the highlight desk, delivering news and highlights with their own twist. Charissa Thompson moderates an all-star panel of former athletes that includes Gabe Kapler, Donovan McNabb, Gary Payton, Andy Roddick, and Ephraim Salaam.

Swimwear maker Speedo and luxury retailer Ralph Lauren Corp ended their sponsorship contracts with Ryan Lochte, days after the U.S. swimmer admitted to exaggerating his story.

Swimwear maker Speedo and luxury retailer Ralph Lauren Corp ended their sponsorship contracts with Ryan Lochte, days after the U.S. swimmer admitted to exaggerating his story.

For an amateur endeavor, collegiate sports sure do seem like a big business, from multimillion-dollar TV contracts to eye-popping coaches' salaries to the billions wagered annually on March Madness

For an amateur endeavor, collegiate sports sure do seem like a big business, from multimillion-dollar TV contracts to eye-popping coaches' salaries to the billions wagered annually on March Madness

Intel Puts Logo Inside of Barcelona Shirt to Be Seen After Goals.  What an awesome way to communicate the "Intel Inside" campaign.

Intel Puts Logo Inside of Barcelona Shirt to Be Seen After Goals. What an awesome way to communicate the "Intel Inside" campaign.

Young Mike

Young Mike

Goucher Deal Could Signal Shift in Sponsorships

Goucher Deal Could Signal Shift in Sponsorships

FC Barcelona seals massive deal with Japan's Rakuten

FC Barcelona seals massive deal with Japan's Rakuten

Genie 3 year contract with Coke Canada

Genie 3 year contract with Coke Canada

The best Soccer player in the world needs the best car in the world and #CristianoRonaldo definitely has that! Hit the image to see his epic ride...

The best Soccer player in the world needs the best car in the world and #CristianoRonaldo definitely has that! Hit the image to see his epic ride...

Four major sponsors drop Ryan Lochte after robbery claim was debunked

Four major sponsors drop Ryan Lochte after robbery claim was debunked

Adidas Tells Sport Stars It Won’t Drop Them If They Come Out—And Put It In Writing

Adidas Tells Sport Stars It Won’t Drop Them If They Come Out—And Put It In Writing

Adidas Tells Sport Stars It Won’t Drop Them If They Come Out—And Put It In Writing

Adidas Tells Sport Stars It Won’t Drop Them If They Come Out—And Put It In Writing

24/7 wireless protection. No long-term contracts.

24/7 wireless protection. No long-term contracts.

Instagram media by leon3scott - Happy to have signed a new sponsorship contract with @multipowerofficial_uk who have supported me for the last 3 years and continue to support me on my journey to become the best athlete I can be.  I am looking forward to pushing my body mentally & physically with new challenges. Grateful for the opportunity to continue working with Multipower and seeing what the future brings. No limits, no excuses.

Instagram media by leon3scott - Happy to have signed a new sponsorship contract with @multipowerofficial_uk who have supported me for the last 3 years and continue to support me on my journey to become the best athlete I can be. I am looking forward to pushing my body mentally & physically with new challenges. Grateful for the opportunity to continue working with Multipower and seeing what the future brings. No limits, no excuses.

Adidas Tells Sports Stars: We Won't Fire You If You Come Out As Gay - BuzzFeed News

Adidas Tells Sports Stars: We Won't Fire You If You Come Out As Gay - BuzzFeed News

Ronaldo inherits richest athlete throne from Tiger Mayweather     Real Madrids Cristiano Ronaldo / AFP PHOTO / JAVIER SORIANO  Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo and Barcelona striker Lionel Messi topped the Forbes magazine list of the worlds highest-paid athletes on Wednesday in the wake of boxer Floyd Mayweathers retirement and back surgery for golfer Tiger Woods.  The annual list of total revenues for top sports stars had been topped 12 times by Woods and in three of the last four by Mayweather who retired unbeaten last year.  This year 31-year-old Portugal forward Ronaldo topped the list at $88 million (77.2 million euros) with $56 million in salary and $32 million more from endorsement deals.  The three-time FIFA player of the year is a marketing juggernaut with a new Nike deal worth $13 million annually plus endorsement partners such as Tag Heuer and Herbalife plus his own lines of suits cologne shirts shoes underwear and hotels.  Messi who sat out Argentinas opening victory at the Copa America Centenario this week was next at $81.4 million with $28 million of that from sponsorships.  LeBron James who leads the Cleveland Cavaliers against defending champion Golden State in the ongoing NBA Finals was third on the list and tops among Americans with $77.2 million. He has endorsement deals of $54 million including a lifetime pact with Nike that could pay off to the tune of $1 billion and $23.2 million in club salary.  James made his movie debut in Trainwreck last year and is set to star in the sequel to the 1996 Michael Jordan film Space Jam as well as take a huge salary boost next year when the NBAs new $24 billion television deal starts.  Golden States Stephen Curry the NBA Most Valuable Player and scoring champion shared 69th on $23.6 million with world number one golfer Jason Day of Australia.  Roger Federer the Swiss tennis star with a record 17 mens Grand Slam singles titles was fourth on $67.8 million. He set the pace in sponsor income at $60 million.   Top 100 make $3.15 billion  Television rights fee hikes helped fuel team sport stars boosting the top-100 cutoff to $20.8 million $2 million more than last year. The study time frame runs for the 12 months ending one week ago.  The top 100 include 65 Americans and athletes from 22 other nations encompassing 10 sports with the most from baseball at 26. Together the top 100 took home a combined $3.15 billion 29 percent of it from endorsements and appearances.  The 2015 leaders Mayweather and Filipino icon Manny Pacquiao both sank with the end of their ring careers. Mayweather dipped to 16th with $44 million in earnings while Pacquiao was 63rd at $24 million.  World number one Serena Williams runner-up at this years French and Australian Opens was the highest earning woman at $28.9 million 40th overall with doping-banned Russian tennis star Maria Sharapova 88th on $21.9 million.  Sixth overall on the list was Serbian Novak Djokovic who cracked the top 10 for the first time at $55.8 million with $34 million in endorsements. Djokovic won the French Open last Sunday to claim his fourth consecutive mens Grand Slam singles title and complete a career Grand Slam.  Kobe Bryant the Los Angeles Lakers star who retired after this past season was 10th on $50 million evenly split between salary and sponsorships.  British Formula One racer Lewis Hamilton was 11th on $46 million only $4 million from endorsements.  Former world number one Woods a 14-time major golf champion was 12th on $45.3 million all but about $274000 of it from sponsorship deals.  Northern Ireland golfer Rory McIlroy was 17th at $42.6 million Spanish tennis star Rafael Nadal and Brazilian footballer Neymar shared 21st at $37.5 million.  Jamaicas Usain Bolt who seeks more Olympic athletics sprint gold in two months at Rio was 32nd at $32.5 million.  SPORT

Ronaldo inherits richest athlete throne from Tiger Mayweather Real Madrids Cristiano Ronaldo / AFP PHOTO / JAVIER SORIANO Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo and Barcelona striker Lionel Messi topped the Forbes magazine list of the worlds highest-paid athletes on Wednesday in the wake of boxer Floyd Mayweathers retirement and back surgery for golfer Tiger Woods. The annual list of total revenues for top sports stars had been topped 12 times by Woods and in three of the last four by Mayweather who retired unbeaten last year. This year 31-year-old Portugal forward Ronaldo topped the list at $88 million (77.2 million euros) with $56 million in salary and $32 million more from endorsement deals. The three-time FIFA player of the year is a marketing juggernaut with a new Nike deal worth $13 million annually plus endorsement partners such as Tag Heuer and Herbalife plus his own lines of suits cologne shirts shoes underwear and hotels. Messi who sat out Argentinas opening victory at the Copa America Centenario this week was next at $81.4 million with $28 million of that from sponsorships. LeBron James who leads the Cleveland Cavaliers against defending champion Golden State in the ongoing NBA Finals was third on the list and tops among Americans with $77.2 million. He has endorsement deals of $54 million including a lifetime pact with Nike that could pay off to the tune of $1 billion and $23.2 million in club salary. James made his movie debut in Trainwreck last year and is set to star in the sequel to the 1996 Michael Jordan film Space Jam as well as take a huge salary boost next year when the NBAs new $24 billion television deal starts. Golden States Stephen Curry the NBA Most Valuable Player and scoring champion shared 69th on $23.6 million with world number one golfer Jason Day of Australia. Roger Federer the Swiss tennis star with a record 17 mens Grand Slam singles titles was fourth on $67.8 million. He set the pace in sponsor income at $60 million. Top 100 make $3.15 billion Television rights fee hikes helped fuel team sport stars boosting the top-100 cutoff to $20.8 million $2 million more than last year. The study time frame runs for the 12 months ending one week ago. The top 100 include 65 Americans and athletes from 22 other nations encompassing 10 sports with the most from baseball at 26. Together the top 100 took home a combined $3.15 billion 29 percent of it from endorsements and appearances. The 2015 leaders Mayweather and Filipino icon Manny Pacquiao both sank with the end of their ring careers. Mayweather dipped to 16th with $44 million in earnings while Pacquiao was 63rd at $24 million. World number one Serena Williams runner-up at this years French and Australian Opens was the highest earning woman at $28.9 million 40th overall with doping-banned Russian tennis star Maria Sharapova 88th on $21.9 million. Sixth overall on the list was Serbian Novak Djokovic who cracked the top 10 for the first time at $55.8 million with $34 million in endorsements. Djokovic won the French Open last Sunday to claim his fourth consecutive mens Grand Slam singles title and complete a career Grand Slam. Kobe Bryant the Los Angeles Lakers star who retired after this past season was 10th on $50 million evenly split between salary and sponsorships. British Formula One racer Lewis Hamilton was 11th on $46 million only $4 million from endorsements. Former world number one Woods a 14-time major golf champion was 12th on $45.3 million all but about $274000 of it from sponsorship deals. Northern Ireland golfer Rory McIlroy was 17th at $42.6 million Spanish tennis star Rafael Nadal and Brazilian footballer Neymar shared 21st at $37.5 million. Jamaicas Usain Bolt who seeks more Olympic athletics sprint gold in two months at Rio was 32nd at $32.5 million. SPORT

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