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Roger Federer has a street in Switzerland named after him which leads to the tennis centre where he played as a junior 

Roger Federer has had a street named after him in Switzerland which leads to the national centre of Swiss tennis in Biel, where the current world No 3 trained as junior.

Why Torontonians Want The Rogers Centre (Rightfully) Renamed to SkyDome

3 weeks agoCanada / Toronto : Torontoist

Because it has always been the SkyDome in our hearts. We’ve dealt with the Ted Rogers statue outside the stadium (despite threats to throw it into the lake). We’ve swallowed the cost of overpriced beers at the ball game. It’s time that fans got a break. Show More Summary

We Rank the Walkability of Major League Baseball Stadiums—and Look Down on Cities That Aren’t Toronto

3 weeks agoCanada / Toronto : Torontoist

Take that, Milwaukee. Not only did the Blue Jays lead Major League Baseball in walks in 2015, but their home stadium also leads the league in walkability. Rogers Centre SkyDome is far from perfect. The statue in front of the park isShow More Summary

Renowned Scientist Will Lead Rare Mission to Address the Epidemic of Heart Failure

Dr. Mansoor Husain named first executive director of Ted Rogers Centre for Heart Research

Toronto Supercross Race Results 2016

Photo by Rich Shepherd Ken Roczen wins Toronto Supercross 2016. TORONTO (March 12, 2016) - In front of 50,605 fans at Rogers Centre for the return of Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, to Canada, RCH Soaring Eagle/Jimmy John's/Suzuki Factory Racing's Ken Roczen captured his third 450SX Class victory of the season. Show More Summary

Will Rogers Centre be next on list of MLB stadiums that ban tobacco?

City councillor hopes to ban tobacco at all Toronto sports facilities, including the dome.

Blue Jays Will Have Dirt Infield in Time for Coming Season

3 months agoSports / Baseball : Bats

The Blue Jays are installing a dirt infield at the Rogers Centre for the first time but say it is too early to determine whether they would replace artificial turf with grass in some future season.

Blue Jays Will Install Dirt Infield for 2016 Season

The Toronto Blue Jays announced they will be installing a dirt infield at their home of the Rogers Centre for 2016, per a Wednesday report by Sportsnet's Shi Davidi. The stadium has had an artificial or a synthetic surface as its field since opening in 1989. Read more MLB news on BleacherReport.com

How should the customer voice be heard in regulated markets like communications?

SPEAKING NOTES FOR “CUSTOMER ENGAGEMENT IN REGULATION” WORKSHOP ORGANISED BY THE CENTRE FOR ANALYSIS OF RISK & REGULATION AT THE LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS, 7 December 2015 Roger Darlington Chair, Consumer Forum for Communications   WHY CUSTOMERS NEED AN INSTITUTIONAL VOICE IN REGULATED SECTORS How do individual customers and companies engage with one another? In […]

Historic Health-Care Collaboration Celebrates One-Year Milestone

Today marks the one-year anniversary of the biggest private donation in Canadian health-care history that enabled a unique collaboration between three world-renowned institutions creating the Ted Rogers Centre for Heart Research.

Argos Cheerleaders Last Game At Skydome

Last Friday, November the 6th marked the last Toronto Argonautd game at Rogers Centre (formerly Skydome). The team moves to BMO Field next year and hopefully the Argos Cheerleaders will be there as well. Toronto won 21 to 11 over the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. Kelly and Kimiye Kylee [...]

Journeyman Marco Estrada helps Jays send ALCS back to Kansas City

TORONTO — The Toronto Blue Jays required the improbable Wednesday afternoon when they arrived at Rogers Centre, their luggage lined up outside the home clubhouse in a show of logistical optimism. They relied upon an improbable source to keep their season alive. Show More Summary

Rogers Centre: Also Home of the Argonauts

6 months agoCanada / Toronto : Torontoist

Amidst Blue Jays mania, an invitation to consider Toronto’s fifth most-popular sporting draw. The Blue Jays’ first postseason run in a generation has swept the city, filling bars and making tickets the hottest commodity in town. Lost...Show More Summary

ALCS Schedule 2015: Royals vs. Blue Jays Game Times, Odds and Prediction

The Toronto Blue Jays need to have a short memory and a long memory when they take the field at the Rogers Centre Wednesday afternoon for Game 5 in the American League Championship Series. They need to forget the beating they took in...Show More Summary

Royals vs. Blue Jays: Keys for Each Team to Win ALCS Game 5

After pounding the Toronto Blue Jays in Game 4 of the ALCS, the Kansas City Royals are one win away from returning to the World Series. K.C. can close the series as soon as Wednesday, when Game 5 takes place at the Rogers Centre at 4:07 p.m. Show More Summary

Royals vs. Blue Jays: ALCS Game 5 TV Schedule, Ticket Info and Odds

After spotting the Kansas City Royals two games in the American League Championship Series, the Toronto Blue Jays returned home for a three-game set at Rogers Centre. The two American League finalists are in the middle of a three-games-in-three-days...Show More Summary

Cliff Pennington pitched in an ALCS game because the Royals are a storm

Silliness pierced bleakness late Tuesday evening at Rogers Centre. The game careened out of control, the Blue Jays’ season neared the brink and an infielder trotted into the mound. Out of misery, the Blue Jays found levity. Out of disaster, Cliff Pennington made history, or at least a bizarre form of it.Read full article >>

Blue Jays' Cliff Pennington becomes first position player to pitch in the postseason

The Blue Jays are having a bad game. At least they're entertaining us at the end. The Blue Jays are losing a billonty to two. Their bullpen is a puddle of bullpen goo. The statue of Rance Mulliniks outside Rogers Centre is crying tears...Show More Summary

Mini Bautista hangs with Real-Life Bautista before ALCS Game 4

Mini Bautista, world’s greatest Blue Jays fan, made an appearance at Rogers Centre on Tuesday, in advance of Toronto’s ALCS Game 4 against the Kansas City Royals.He snagged this photo with Actual Jose Bautista, naturally. Can you tell them apart?Read full article >>

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