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We're Changing Our Name Online
Terry McDonell/Managing Editor
February 10, 2003
On Feb. 6, SPORTS ILLUSTRATED will change the name of its website from cnnsi.com to simply si.com. What will not change is our mission: si.com will continue to be the most insightful and complete destination on the Internet for round-the-clock coverage of breaking sports news, the latest scores and statistics, and fantasy and trivia games. In the coming months si.com will also become the place to see more of the magazine's dramatic photography (including outtakes from the new swimsuit issue). Above all, in stories and columns written exclusively for si.com (such as those highlighted below), the magazine's writers and reporters will provide expert commentary plus opportunities for fans to talk back through Mailbags and other interactive features. Check out si.com and let us know what you think.
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February 10, 2003

We're Changing Our Name Online

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On Feb. 6, SPORTS ILLUSTRATED will change the name of its website from cnnsi.com to simply si.com. What will not change is our mission: si.com will continue to be the most insightful and complete destination on the Internet for round-the-clock coverage of breaking sports news, the latest scores and statistics, and fantasy and trivia games. In the coming months si.com will also become the place to see more of the magazine's dramatic photography (including outtakes from the new swimsuit issue). Above all, in stories and columns written exclusively for si.com (such as those highlighted below), the magazine's writers and reporters will provide expert commentary plus opportunities for fans to talk back through Mailbags and other interactive features. Check out si.com and let us know what you think.

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