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Tag Archives: wwos
The world famous Harlem Globetrotters capped off an amazing day of ceremonies for the re-opening of ESPN Wide World of Sports complex. The Globetrotters put on a funny and technically wizard show as only they know how to do, and … Continue reading
If you’ve not yet taken a visit to the Wide World of Sports complex at Walt Disney World, what are you waiting for? The World Champions to show up? Well this year you’ll have your chance to see the Atlanta … Continue reading
Okay, this has taken a while, but they’re finally rebranding the Wide World of Sports park at Walt Disney World. Here’s photographic proof of them added the E in ESPN to the new sign for WWOS. The 220-acre sports complex … Continue reading
President Obama mentioned the high speed rail project that will run from Tampa to the Orlando International Airport in the State Of The Union tonight. The project will get about 50% of the funding it needs from the federal stimulus … Continue reading