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Mark McCormack still in critical condition

IMG founder and chairman Mark McCormack, a promoter ranked among the most powerful people in sports, remained in critical condition and unconscious Wednesday after suffering cardiac arrest last week.

McCormack, 72, has yet to regain consciousness, family members said in a memo distributed to employees of the Cleveland-based IMG sports management company.

"He has made progress over the past week and his doctors remain hopeful; however, a full recovery will certainly take time," the memo said. McCormack was being treated at an undisclosed hospital in New York.

IMG represents dozens of major sport stars, including golfers Tiger Woods and David Duval, Derek Jeter of the New York Yankees and tennis stars Venus Williams and Jennifer Capriati.

IMG has 85 offices in 33 countries and employs almost 3,000 people.

McCormack was named one of the top 10 most powerful people in sports in December by The Sporting News.

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