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August 27, 2019

Dan Gronkowski, second from right, explained the concept of the Stadium Blitz obstacle course race. All five brothers have partnered with Complex SE for the new touring event. (Photo by Heather Krug)
Dan Gronkowski, second from right, explained the concept of the Stadium Blitz obstacle course race. All five brothers have partnered with Complex SE for the new touring event. (Photo by Heather Krug)

The Gronkowski family has always been fiercely devoted to working out, and now that all five brothers are out of football, building the Gronk Fitness brand has become priority No. 1. (READ MORE) by

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Lululemon is the latest brand to embrace podcasting: The athleisure brand unveiled a new podcast called “Sweatlife” Monday that is being created in collaboration with Makers, the Verizon Media subsidiary that is focused on women-centric storytelling. (READ MORE) by JANKO ROETTGERS

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This weekend is Week 1 of the college football season, but the season really started last Saturday with a game between eighth-ranked Florida and in-state rival Miami. It was beautiful for all the reasons college football is beautiful, by which I mean everybody involved acted like they were drunk even though most of the people involved were not of legal drinking age, but what are you, a cop? (READ MORE) by Rodger Sherman

In this May 30, 2019, photo, a group of American tourists walk toward their pods after checking in at 9H capsule hotel at Chiyoda district of Tokyo. Tokyo is shaping up as a very pricey Olympics. Ticket demand is unprecedented, so scalping is sure to flourish. Hotel rates are soaring to five-six times normal. And getting here will be costly, particularly for fans from the Americas and Europe. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)

Having trouble getting tickets for next year’s Tokyo Olympics? That’s no problem if you have $60,000 to spare. Tokyo Olympic organizers are offering high-end hospitality packages to Japan residents with prices soaring to 6.35 million yen — about $60,000. This is good for the opening and closing ceremony, nine days of track and field with luxury seating and sumptuous dining. Low-end packages dip down to about $1,500 for one session at a less popular event. (READ MORE) by Stephen Wade

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