Chungwon Choue is set to secure a fourth four-year term as president of the World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) after it was announced that he will stand unopposed in elections scheduled for June 23.Read on
The introduction of shorter formats to placate broadcasters and attract time-poor fans can lead to some interesting conflicts of interest for rights-holders. Andy Fry asks how sports can evolve and keep their stakeholders happy at the same time.Read on
As preparations for the inaugural European Championships gather pace, we take a look at how Glasgow and Scotland are planning to stage a truly ground-breaking sporting event in the summer of 2018.
Sportradar founder and chief executive Carsten Koerl argues that data can play a transformational role in the future of sports of all sizes.
Sport in focus: Golf
Ben Cronin explores how rule changes and format experimentation implemented by golf’s administrators are aiming to make the sport more accessible to the public.
HSE Cake managing director Jim Dowling argues that as golf chases new fans it shouldn't throw the Mercedes out in favour of a gold-plated Lamborghini
The Masters has established itself at the top table of golf majors thanks to a long-term strategy of careful quality control over its brand. Richard Gillis reports.