Hans-Peter Zurbruegg, senior vice-president of Infront's personal & corporate fitness unit describes how the agency responded to a year in which the Covid-19 pandemic laid waste to the mass participation sector and expresses his confidence that a new focus on health and wellbeing will help to chart a path out of the crisis. Ben Cronin reports.
Ben Cronin looks at Advance Publications and Orkila Capital's recent acquisition of Ironman, and how it will be looking to capitalize on the event despite much of the audience and participants of the mass participation series being under lockdown.
At its zenith, Tough Mudder posted a $10m profit, but the company now finds itself subject to bankruptcy proceedings in the US. Ben Cronin asks how it got to this point and whether a likely sale to rival Spartan can save it.
Over half of the UK’s mass participation event organisers have said they anticipate business revenue losses of over 50 per-cent this year as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, according to a new survey.
The Endurance Coalition, an organisation that counts mass participation event organisers Ironman, Spartan Race and USA Triathlon among its members, has claimed eighty per cent of mass participation businesses…
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