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14 Feb 2019
The man who was Eddie the Eagle's minder is now heading up the second edition of the European Games, by way of London's successful bid for the Olympics. So what has he learned in the course of a long and varied career?
14 Nov 2018
Surfing is on the cusp of a technological revolution, just as it prepares to make its Olympic Games debut in Tokyo, says Sophie Goldschmidt, CEO of the World Surf League.
05 Oct 2018
Millions - perhaps even billions - of sports fans have seen Deltatre’s work, but practically none of them have heard of the company. But after 32 years, co-founder Giampiero Rinaudo has no plans to change a winning formula.
27 Jul 2018
After a career as a footballer, Stacey Copeland became a professional boxer. Now she's winning awards and making a name for herself as an advocate for women's sport.
13 Jul 2018
There are ever more agencies in sports marketing, but still “plenty of business” for the most successful, while sponsors are increasingly open to creative campaigns, says Steve Martin, global chief executive of UK-based M&C Saatchi Sport & Entertainment.
28 Jun 2018
Discovery's recent, blockbuster, $2-billion, 12-year deal for the PGA Tour outside USA underlined its global ambitions. It's also an indication of the 'future model' for the consumption of sport, says JB Perrette.
14 Jun 2018
Skateboarding's entry onto the Olympic programme at the Tokyo 2020 games is being handled by a 64-year-old non-skateboarder who doesn't care if it's in the Olympics or not. So just who is Gary Ream?
31 May 2018
Europe and Asia still lag behind USA in carving out digital sports rights for exploitation on non-linear platforms, but it’s not always necessary to have dedicated rights to offer appealing content, says Infront’s Christoph Heimes.
18 May 2018
A commitment to creativity to “earn attention” is essential in sports marketing, which, using platforms such as social media, is now far more innovative and progressive than it was a decade ago, and indeed "way ahead" of advertising agencies and traditional media in the use of technology, according to Octagon UK’s Joel Seymour-Hyde.