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Matt Carroll, chief executive of the Australian Olympic Committee, tells Adam Nelson how a focus on athlete engagement, grassroots participation and community schemes has helped to boost the AOC’s commercial programme throughout the Olympic cycle.

Richard Heaselgrave, Tennis Australia's chief revenue officer, tells Adam Nelson how pivoting the first grand slam of the tennis season away from tennis has helped the event to grow dramatically over the past five years.

Next year’s ICC T20 World Cup will see the men’s and women’s events take place separately for the first time, either side of the Australian winter. Event chief executive, Nick Hockley, tells Adam Nelson about his plans for the tournament.

Queensland’s Tourism Minister Kate Jones and Leanne Coddington, chief executive of Tourism and Events Queensland, explain how the state’s natural environment helps make it ‘the best address on earth’

Football Federation Australia has today (Thursday) announced that chief executive David Gallop will make an early departure amid ongoing reform efforts at the organisation

The Oceania Football Confederation (OFC) has been ordered to pay NZ$412,000 (€243,000/$274,000) to a contractor that worked on its Auckland-based Home of Football project – or risk the threat of being pla…

The 2020 Formula One season will start on March 15 with the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne, organizers have confirmed

The 36th America’s Cup has been reduced to five contestants after DutchSail became the latest challenger to withdraw from the next edition of the sailing showpiece in 2021.

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Produced in association with Visit Victoria Sport is Melbourne’s passion.

Steve Armitage, general manager, destination at Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development, reflects on how the city’s event offer is evolving to meet its own needs and those of events rights owners.

This article was produced in association with Visit Victoria

New Zealand Rugby chief executive Steve Tew has overseen a turnaround from NZ$15m losses to NZ$33m profit in ten years

The City of Gold Coast, and the Australian state of Queensland, may have grabbed the world’s attention with the 2018 Commonwealth Games, but for a destination that is immersed in sport and can boast some of the southern hemisphere’s top facilities, this year’s mega multi-sport event is only part of the journey

Andy Fry investigates the commercial appeal of the British & Irish Lions rugby union team, which will tour New Zealand this year.

Mark Bisson looks at how the race to host the 2022 Commonwealth Games is hotting up following the collapse of Durban's project to stage the multi-sport event.

A free report, commissioned from SportBusiness by the Budapest 2024 Olympic Games bid, surveying attitudes to, and media consumption habits around, the Olympic Games.

The new Formula One season is only one race old, but there is already evidence that the championship’s new owners are overseeing significant changes in the sport’s social media output, according to Richard Clarke.

Rob Ridley finds out why there are high hopes that the 2017 World Masters Games will set a new benchmark for the event and its host city.

John Duerden looks at how 2017 Rugby League World Cup host cities are using the tournament to market their destinations.

The four leading netball nations have come together to create a new tournament. Rob Ridley examines the format and the commercial implications of the venture.

Australia’s credentials in the sports industry are built on its popular domestic leagues, enviable track record as a host of major events, and performance on the international stage. Andy Fry looks at the country’s blueprint for success and what the future holds.

Australia’s credentials in the sports industry are built on its popular domestic leagues, enviable track record as a host of major events, and performance on the international stage. Andy Fry looks at the country’s blueprint for success and what the future holds.

Australia’s credentials in the sports industry are built on its popular domestic leagues, enviable track record as a host of major events, and performance on the international stage. Andy Fry looks at the country’s blueprint for success and what the future holds.