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The 30 biggest sports stadiums in the world, ranked by crowd capacity

There's nothing like the atmosphere of a packed sports stadium; but it's even better when it's one of the biggest in the world.
Hiraku Misawa of Japan competes in the men's standing downhill ski event at the 2018 Winter Paralympics.

The 21 most inspirational photos from the 2018 Winter Paralympics

From the opening ceremony in Pyeongchang to the events themselves, the 2018 Winter Paralympics has produced some extraordinary images.

Baseball stadiums could make more money this season by taking a page out of the Atlanta Falcons’ playbook

The Atlanta Falcons lowered concession prices, leading to more food sales. Baseball stadiums can take advantage of this same opportunity.
A lookalike of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un waves in the stands.

A Kim Jong Un impersonator walked through North Korea’s Olympic cheer squad — and their faces say it all

The cheerleaders looked less than thrilled to see a likeness of Kim Jong Un before them.

Olympians may be taking cues from Silicon Valley’s favorite way to do drugs

Testosterone microdoses may escape regulators’ radar because they only stay in the system for the duration of an event.
Tilen Bartol of Slovenia trains at the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympics.

Why ski jumpers hold their skis in a V shape

Ski jumpers fly in a "V" shape to improve their distances. It became the dominant technique in the 1990s, popularized by Swedish jumper Jan Bokloev.
Pardon My Take hosts Big Cat and PFT Commenter

How Barstool Sports created one of the most popular podcasts despite making enemies along the way

Barstool Sports' "Pardon My Take" is less than two years old and yet is consistently one of the top podcasts across all subjects.

Adidas has found a way to ‘fully exploit’ its online opportunity — and it could make a killing

A Macquarie analyst lists several ways the company could drive double-digit earnings growth.

How the CEO of Barstool Sports beat out 74 men to land her dream job, and lost lots of friends in the process

Erika Nardini went from a traditional advertising career to leading the controversial Barstool Sports. Here's how she did it.

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