Business - 18 Jan 2022 - Agency
Sportfive, the international sports marketing agency, has today announced a new leadership team for its US brand consulting division as part of an internal restructure.
Triathlon - 18 Jan 2022 - Sponsorship
The athlete-backed Professional Triathletes Organization (PTO) has partnered with event organizer Do North Events and Edmonton, Canada, to deliver the first-ever Canadian Open, which will be held in the city on July 23 and 24.
Motor racing - 18 Jan 2022
Alain Prost has left his role as a non-executive director at the Alpine Formula 1 (F1) motor racing outfit, citing an issue regarding a personal relationship within the team.
Motor racing - 18 Jan 2022 - Events
Formula E, the international electric car racing series, looks set to stage a race in India for the first time after signing a letter of intent with the city of Hyderabad.
Teqball - 18 Jan 2022
Teqball USA, the national top-tier competition for the soccer-related sport played over a curved table, has struck its first major TV content and programming deal, with major US sports broadcaster ESPN.
Tennis - 18 Jan 2022
Lacoste, the French sportswear and fashion brand that sponsors world number one tennis player Novak Djokovic, has said that it intends to “review the events” surrounding his ill-fated trip to play in the ongoing 2022 Australian Open.
Soccer - 17 Jan 2022
During the 2019-20 season, English soccer’s top-tier Premier League contributed £7.6 billion ($10.3 billion) to the UK economy, despite the serious disruption caused by the first wave of the Covid-19 pandemic, a report has claimed.
Business - 17 Jan 2022 - Agency
Vero Communications, the sports communications agency that helped Rio de Janeiro and Paris secure hosting rights for the Olympics, has ceased operations.
Tennis - 17 Jan 2022 - Sponsorship
Serbian tennis star Novak Djokovic will not play in this year’s Australian Open grand slam after losing his visa battle with the country’s government, which could pose a problem for his sponsors.
Soccer - 17 Jan 2022
Girondins de Bordeaux, the French Ligue 1 soccer club, has brought to an end its relationship with its main front-of-shirt sponsor Winamax after less than six months following posts on the gambling brand's Twitter account that were seen as mocking the team.