America’s Cup sailing is 164 years old and proud of its traditions, but the 90km-per-hour catamarans contesting the latest edition have added a new dimension and opened up fresh commercial opportunities for a property focused on building for a new generation without losing sight of its past. Kevin Roberts reports.
After years of success on the track, Jamaica is looking to its sporting stars to help create a new brand identity for the country. Rob Ridley reports.
Rally enthusiast Richard Bevan, the League Managers Association (LMA) CEO and former CEO of the English Professional Cricketers Association (PCA), was appointed chairman of the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) late last year. He talks us through his sports industry career highs and lows.
The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) is seeking a new host for its World Relays event after the Bahamas government opted to end its hosting agreement.
World football’s governing body Fifa has today (Tuesday) banned Caribbean official Venold Coombs for two years after he was found guilty of reselling 2014 World Cup tickets for a profit.
Randolph Harris has pledged to deliver “proper” governance and integrity for the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) after securing the presidency on a full-time basis.
Cricket West Indies (CWI) has announced that the team will return to the United States later this year to face Bangladesh in two Twenty20 internationals, as part of ongoing efforts to build the ‘Windies’ brand in the Americas.
Jamaica has expressed an interest in bidding for a future edition of the Commonwealth Games, with the Caribbean nation having last hosted the multi-sport event in 1966.
Morocco 2026 has courted controversy after a second government of a Caribbean nation declared its support for the North African country’s bid for the Fifa World Cup.
Football’s governing body in North and Central America and the Caribbean has unveiled a new logo and changed its name from CONCACAF to Concacaf as it seeks to usher in a new era with the launch of its Nations League competition.
Danish tennis star Caroline Wozniacki has signed a one-year endorsement deal with Cayman Islands-based organisation Dart Enterprises.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) has announced that Antigua and Barbuda, Guyana and St Lucia will be the venues for the 2018 Women’s World Twenty20, the first edition of the national team tournament to be held on a standalone basis.
Gordon Derrick, the president of the Caribbean Football Union, has been banned from football-related activities for six years by Fifa, the sport’s global governing body.
German sportswear company Puma has said it could make Jamaican sprint superstar Usain Bolt head of its Caribbean business following his impending retirement from athletics.
Cricket West Indies (CWI) has offered an olive branch in the long-running dispute with some of its star players by reaching an agreement for a “temporary amnesty” that will allow them to return to the fold for one-day internationals.
The Bahamas has bolstered its position as a golf destination with the announcement that it will host two new tournaments to commence the 2017 season of the Web.com Tour, the development series for the PGA Tour.
US-based businessman Jignesh Pandya has struck a deal to acquire the St Lucia Zouks cricket franchise, which plays in the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) Twenty20 competition.