In the first of a series of articles about the new sports making their debut at the Tokyo Olympics, Jonathan Retseck and Ben Ende, partners at talent management and sports marketing agency RxR Sports, tell SportBusiness how climbing can benefit from its inclusion this summer. Bob Williams reports.
The International Federation of Sport Climbing has agreed new broadcast rights deals in China, Italy, Switzerland and Israel as the sport prepares to make its Olympic Games debut. Zhibo
International Federation of Sport Climbing president Marco Scolaris has pledged to ensure the sport retains its place on the summer Olympic Games programme beyond Paris 2024 after being re-elected to the…
Round-Up: Amazon’s India rights ambitions, Rugby World Cup draw made, Federer’s Australian Open in doubt, and more
Amazon is expected by some sports media rights industry experts to follow up its bid for New Zealand Cricket rights in India with bids for bigger properties such as the Indian Premier League
The Swiss city of Bern has been assigned the hosting rights to the 2023 IFSC Climbing and Paraclimbing World Championships, defeating rival bids from Seoul in Korea and Chongqing in China
Cricket Australia confirmed it will stage the longest ever Big Bash League in 2020-21, despite some players calling for a reduced version of the domestic Twenty20 tournament – Reuters A
Five sports are set to be added to the programme for the 2022 Youth Olympic Games in Dakar, Senegal, after the International Olympic Committee Executive Board approved the inclusions of breakdancing, karate,…
Sport climbing’s 22 Asian federations are waiting for the big bucks to roll in after the sport gained Olympic recognition with a spot at the upcoming 2020 Tokyo Olympics. SportBusiness takes a closer look at sport climbing’s sponsorship situation.
Moon Hill, a hill with a natural arch through it a few kilometers outside Yangshuo in southern China, and one of the world's most popular sport climbing peaks, has reopened to sport climbers after a ban…
The International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) has agreed a multi-year partnership with the Dentsu agency and Japanese production and distribution company Synca Creations
Breakdancing is poised to make its debut at the summer Olympic Games after Paris 2024 today (Thursday) named it as one of four proposed additional sports for its event