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I removed the Prod ("essay, lack of sources, not notable, POV, probably OR, etc.") because although the subject was treated very poorly, the actual topic of Sport communication is a recognized disciplne (taught as a separate course in many universities), with multiple reliable sources which would allow this stub to be developed into a decent article. I've added one to reference this re-written stub and several more to a "Further reading section". Re the categories, I re-added the root categories for the moment as there do not seem to be any currently apt sub-categories. If anyone can find them, feel free to change them, but do not remove them leaving the article entirely without categories. Note that a previous version of this article entitled Communication in sports was deleted as a copyright violation. Voceditenore (talk) 09:34, 16 October 2011 (UTC)