Golf’s European Tour has reached an agreement for the Made in Denmark tournament to remain on its Race to Dubai schedule until at least 2023.
The International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) has awarded hosting rights for the 2021 edition of its Artistic Gymnastics World Championships to Copenhagen.
What are the ingredients of the Danish success in bidding for and hosting major international sporting events? Sport Event Denmark chief executive Lars Lundov shares the recipe.
In the fourth in a series of five mini reports on sports event hosting, in association with the Ultimate Sports Cities rankings, we take a look at tourism and public interest. There is a discussion of the latest thinking around tourism and public interest, and case studies looking at the top five cities in the category of tourism and public interest in this year's rankings - London, Melbourne, Sochi, Copenhagen and Calgary.
A group seeking to stage a Formula One grand prix in Denmark has presented its plans to the motor-racing series’ owners, Liberty Media.
The World Curling Federation (WCF) has awarded hosting rights for the 2019 edition of its World Women’s Championship to Silkeborg in Denmark.
Eleven nations have submitted bids to host the European Handball Federation’s European Championships in 2022 and 2024, with several countries having teamed up on joint proposals.
Plans have emerged for Denmark to host its first-ever round of the Formula One motor racing championship from 2020, with Copenhagen the setting for a street race.
The Professional Darts Corporation will introduce new events in Germany and Denmark next year as part of a revamped calendar.
The English city of Manchester will stage the World Taekwondo Championships in 2019 after the World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) assigned hosting rights to a number of its leading events.
Denmark’s Kim Andersen has been elected as the new president of World Sailing, as the current head of the sport’s global governing body, Carlo Croce, failed to gain a second term in office.
Organisers of the Six Day Series have added new events in Amsterdam, Berlin, Copenhagen and Mallorca as the track cycling competition expands for its 2016-17 edition.
Denmark has been awarded hosting rights to the International Surfing Association’s (ISA) 2017 World Standup Paddle (SUP) and Paddleboard Championship.
The Danish capital of Copenhagen has submitted a formal application to host the Grand Depart of the Tour de France cycling event.
SportAccord Convention has announced that the Danish city of Aarhus will host the 2017 edition of the event from April 2-7 next year.
World Archery, the sport’s global governing body, has awarded hosting rights for the final of its 2016 World Cup series to the Danish city of Odense.
The International Handball Federation (IHF) has named Denmark, Sweden and Poland as hosts of three tournaments to determine the final qualifiers for the men’s national team event at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
LEN, the governing body of European swimming, has confirmed that the 2017 European Short-Course Swimming Championships will be held in the Danish capital of Copenhagen.
The Infront Sports & Media agency has built on its long-running association with the International Ice Hockey Federation’s IIHF World Championship by forming a joint venture with the Danish Ice Hockey Association to deliver the 2018 edition of the national team tournament.
Badminton Europe, the sport’s European governing body, has announced that the Danish city of Kolding is to host the 2017 edition of its showpiece European Badminton Championships.
The Mayor of Copenhagen, Frank Jensen, has claimed he has held talks with his counterpart in Hamburg over the possibility of the Danish capital being utilised as part of the German city’s bid for the 2024 summer Olympic Games.
The World Curling Federation (WCF) has awarded the Danish city of Esbjerg the hosting rights to its European Championships in 2015 and the 2019 World Women’s Championship.
Police are investigating allegations of attempted match-fixing in badminton after leading Danish players Hans-Kristian Vittinghus and Kim Astrup informed the Badminton World Federation through its “whistle blower” system of an approach.
A potential strike by Danish footballers has been averted at the last minute after the players’ union and the Divionsforeningen, the body that operates the top-tier Superligaen, agreed to a new collective bargaining agreement (CBA).