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Produced in association with People Make Glasgow In the sports event-hosting world, few would dispute that Glasgow has punched above its weight in recent years

In 2018, Glasgow secured a second consecutive fifth-place finish in the overall Ultimate Sports City rankings, and a welldeserved trophy for the best city with a population under 1.3 million. Rory Squires talks with Billy Garrett, director of sport and events at Glasgow Life, about how Scotland’s second city has created a world-beating event strategy

As the countdown to August’s inaugural European Championships continues, Glasgow is preparing to welcome more than 4,000 top competitors in swimming and diving, cycling, golf, gymnastics, rowing and triathlon to a city whose profile in world sport continues to grow after the success of the transformational 2014 Commonwealth Games.

As preparations for the inaugural European Championships gather pace, we take a look at how Glasgow and Scotland are planning to stage a truly ground-breaking sporting event in the summer of 2018.

Owen Evans looks at the rationale behind UK telecoms operator BT’s multi-million pound naming rights deal with the home of Scottish rugby, Murrayfield.

The Rugby Football Union's cost-cutting program could result in the end of the England Sevens

The International Cycling Union (UCI) has announced today (Friday) that the Scottish city of Glasgow will host the inaugural edition of the UCI Cycling World Championships in 2023

American businessman Mark Ogren has bought a majority stake in Scottish football club Dundee United. Ogren, former president of Croix Oil Co., sold the company and the Circle K stores they owned in September.

The International Orienteering Federation (IOF) has awarded hosting rights for three of its major events to Edinburgh, Scotland; the Kansai region of Japan and Aguiar da Beira, Portugal

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Ahead of the 2018 Youth Olympics host city elections, CEO of Event Scotland Paul Bush tells SportBusiness Group's editorial director, Kevin Roberts, why the 2018 Games would find a warm welcome in…