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Sponsors are keen to reap the rewards that their association with a triumphant team, exciting event or successful sportsperson brings. Recently, sponsors have been faced with less glorious sporting moments – racing drivers who crash deliberately and rugby players who fake blood injuries. These two well-documented examples highlight the unwelcome situations sponsors have found themselves in. Read more in this FREE download from SportBusiness.

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