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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.

  • Date: 
    6 April 2016

    EVS has conducted original research to reveal how today’s connected fans consume sports. Results show that enriched content on mobile devices strengthens emotional ties to the live experience and generate new revenue opportunities for clubs and stadiums.

    PRESENTED IN ASSOCIATION WITH EVS

  • Date: 
    1 April 2016

    Dubai has a solid heritage as a short-break training destination for football clubs, but continued investment in facilities and infrastructure is enhancing its reputation as a training base in other sports.

    ARTICLE PRODUCED IN ASSOCIATION WITH FALCON AND ASSOCIATES.

  • Date: 
    29 April 2016

    Just as the world’s finest track and field athletes, golfers, riders, swimmers, gymnasts, fighters and even sevens rugby players go into battle for national pride and a shot at gold, somewhere across town a different sort of athlete will be doing exactly the same, working their thumbs to the bone in a bid to become an international eGames champion.

  • Date: 
    28 April 2016

    What can the sports industry learn from the Maria Sharapova crisis and others like it? Ben Cronin spoke to four experts in media and crisis management to provide a set of guidelines for organisations and individuals dealing with a negative news story.

  • Date: 
    28 April 2016

    The battle between ASO and the UCI over the 2017 World Tour calendar has plunged professional cycling into one of its periodic power struggles. Frank Dunne looks at how the sport is facing a long, hard climb as it seeks to fulfi l its commercial potential.

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Date: 
29 April 2016

The PyeongChang Organising Committee for the 2018 Olympic and Paralympic winter Games (POCOG) has been given a legacy boost after South Korea’s government confirmed that two ice sports venues scheduled for demolition after the Games will now remain in place.