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The Fifa Master at the Switzerland-based International Centre for Sport Studies (CIES) placed third in the 2019 rankings, the first non-US course to finish in the top three since winning the rankings itself…

Ben Cohen, director of Wada’s (World Anti-Doping Agency) European office, describes how the AISTS (Académie Internationale des Sciences et Techniques du Sport) helped him on his current career path.

With Cybathlon already attracting global interest ahead of its October 2016 debut, could the event pose a threat to the Paralympic Games? Elisha Chauhan asked IPC (International Paralympic Committee) President Sir Philip Craven.

Elisha Chauhan looks at how event organisers and marketing agency H+H Management have approached the sale and distribution of commercial rights for the 2016 Cybathlon.

Cybathlon – the new Paralympic-style event that will see man and machine race as one – has been created to advance engineering and technology that assists people with disabilities. However, it will also put on a spectacle that is unrivalled in the world of sport. Elisha Chauhan reports.

NHL expands fan tour after initial entry to Europe last year

The NFL, which had been much more cautious than other US pro leagues monetizing legalized sports betting, takes a big step into the space with its existing data distributor

The Swiss Attorney General’s (OAG) office has confirmed that charges have been filed by prosecutors in the country against three former German Football Association (DFB) executives in relation to a payment l…

Parent company of Infront, Ironman triathlon revises IPO target twice and then sees stock go even lower at the start of trading

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Cybathlon – the new Paralympic-style event that will see man and machine race as one – has been created to advance engineering and technology that assists people with disabilities. However, it will also put on a spectacle that is unrivalled in the world of sport. Elisha Chauhan reports.

A football club has taken matters in its own hands to drum up support for an Olympics bid. Rory Squires explains why.

If public sector support is the new sponsorship, don't expect it to be like taking candy from a baby.