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07 Apr 2017
The constant narrative that women’s sport is ‘breaking barriers’ makes a nice tag line, but how far has it really come, what lies ahead and what is left to do? Florence Lloyd-Hughes examines the commercial growth of women’s sport and the issues facing it.
31 Mar 2017
Melbourne hosted a new, team-based event designed to put some fun back into athletics in February. But what did the IAAF learn from Nitro, and can it live without Bolt?
30 Mar 2017
A much-needed victory four years ago and an imminent return to New Zealand have boosted interest in and commercial support for the Lions.
30 Mar 2017
Sarasota is making its mark as a destination for a range of international events in sports including modern pentathlon and rowing. Sportcal Insight spoke to Rob Wells at Sarasota County Sports Commission about what comes next.
30 Mar 2017
Australian Open welcomes record audiences for Federer-Nadal and Williams sisters finals
27 Mar 2017
Whatever happened to a row of elderly men in grey suits and a wonky slide projector? Olympic bid presentations have been taken over by the professionals; but should a glossy, star-spangled show ever be the basis for a decision worth billions of dollars?
24 Mar 2017
The sale of TV rights to Italy’s Serie A has often been beset by legal or regulatory complications, but the forthcoming auction is set against a backdrop of seemingly unprecedented circumstances.
09 Apr 2016
Uefa’s move to enlarge the European Championships to 24 teams has helped to swell tournament revenues to nearly €2 billion. Martin Ross and Simon Ward weigh up the commercial pros and cons.
09 Apr 2016
Everyone at the recent winter Youth Olympic Games in Lillehammer, Norway was agreed. The games represented a unique learning and participation experience for all involved. And yet... Callum Murray reports.
02 Mar 2016
The frantic rush for exclusive sports content among China’s online players has delivered inflated fees for federations, leagues and agencies alike in the last 18 months. Martin Ross examines whether the spending is sustainable and who might last the pace.
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