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16 Nov 2018
The sixth edition of the WWT20 is a seminal moment for women’s cricket. For the first time, it will not act as a curtain raiser to the men’s competition, but rather stand on its own two feet on cricket’s centre stage.
16 Nov 2018
In this piece, Sportcal Sponsorship examines data and analyses the results of the biggest sporting events from 2018 to highlight those athletes that have increased their status to become some of the most marketable new stars in sport.
08 Nov 2018
Pusarla Venkata (PV) Sindhu is an Indian badminton player. At the 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil she became the 27th Indian athlete to win an Olympic medal and the first Indian woman to win an Olympic silver medal.
08 Nov 2018
La Liga is the top professional men’s soccer division in Spain. Comprised of 20 of the best domestic teams, the competition remains one of the most watched and most popular sporting leagues worldwide.
01 Nov 2018
Sidney Crosby is a Canadian ice hockey player who currently captains the Pittsburgh Penguins. The Halifax-born Centre is a three-time Stanley Cup champion and has established himself as one of the greatest ice hockey players of all time.
30 Oct 2018
Anna Nordqvist is a Swedish top golfer who plays on the LPGA and European tour circuits. Her first major cam in 2009 at the LPGA Championship and this was followed eight years later at the 2017 Evian Championship.
30 Oct 2018
Sloane Stephens is an American tennis player who won her maiden grand slam title in 2017 at the US Open. She achieved a career high ranking of 3rd in July 2018.
30 Oct 2018
Justin Thomas is an American golfer whose maiden major career win came at the PGA Championship in 2017. In May 2018, Thomas became the 21st player to top the Official World Golf Ranking.
29 Oct 2018
Venus Williams is a seven-time singles grand slam winning American tennis player who over the past two decades has dominated the women’s game alongside her sister Serena.
25 Oct 2018
In this piece, Sportcal Sponsorship Analyst Christian Fizia and Researcher Jake Kemp break down the partnerships in place across the top 20 male and female golfers, examining the trends and data to understand who the sponsors are and where the value lies.
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