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Matthew Glendinning reports on some of the highlights from the Leaders Week conference in London.

The race to host the 2023 Rugby World Cup will conclude in just a matter of weeks, with the World Rugby Council set to decide on November 15 whether France, Ireland or South Africa should host the tournament. Here, SportBusiness International examines the South African bid.

The race to host the 2023 Rugby World Cup will conclude in just a matter of weeks, with the World Rugby Council set to decide on November 15 whether France, Ireland or South Africa should host the tournament. Here, SportBusiness International examines the Irish bid.

The race to host the 2023 Rugby World Cup will conclude in just a matter of weeks, with the World Rugby Council set to decide on November 15 whether France, Ireland or South Africa should host the tournament. Here, SportBusiness International examines the three contenders' bids.

The race to host the 2023 Rugby World Cup will conclude in just a matter of weeks, with the World Rugby Council set to decide on November 15 whether France, Ireland or South Africa should host the tournament. Here, SportBusiness International examines the French bid.

Is it beneficial, or a drawback, for a destination to host two major events in quick succession? We asked three experts to give their take on this hot topic...

Our resident fan engagement correspondent enjoys the most English of experiences: a rain affected one-day international cricket match between England and the West Indies.

While the Mayweather-McGregor bout may have attracted the attention of millions of fight fans worldwide, Kevin Roberts suggests that cultural changes, rather than novelty, will influence the sporting contests of tomorrow.

Ravi Krishnan is a former managing director and senior vice president for IMG South Asia and the co-founder and CEO of Stepathlon, India. He discusses the seismic changes he has witnessed across the Indian sports market over the last two decades.

The Invictus Games begins in Toronto on Saturday, with more than 500 athletes from 17 nations set to compete in front of packed stands and global TV audiences. Mark Bisson finds out why the event has proved such a success for athletes, fans and commercial partners since its launch in 2014. 

Towards the end of his football career, former Tottenham and New Zealand defender Ryan Nelsen became aware of the cyber-squatting trade, where celebrities are offered website domain names similar to their own at extortionate prices. Uneasy about the practice he set about creating a way to prevent chancers from profiting from sports stars' intellectual property. Dominic Bliss finds out more.