The newly minted Olympic silver medalist and Indiana native cheerfully announced he’s “doing good” these days from a mental health perspective.
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The Indiana Gaming Commission said the state’s online and retail sports wagering operations could accept bets on alpine skiing, bobsled, cross-country skiing, curling, ice hockey, short-track speed skating and speed skating.
IBJ sports business reporter Mickey Shuey talked with former Indiana Sports Corp. President Dale Neuburger about his experiences as the competition director for swimming in Tokyo.
Eli Lilly and Co. has produced at least two video commercials featuring Olympic swimmer Ryan Murphy promoting its migraine treatment, Emgality. But one of the ads contains a fleeting disclaimer: Murphy doesn’t take Emgality.
The organization previously had said it was committed to launching the games as scheduled July 24—a stance that was facing mounting criticism.
The station is set to send six staffers to Rio for 3-1/2 weeks to cover more than a dozen Olympians with Indiana ties.