When the Court of Arbitration for Sports handed an eight-year ban to the six-time Olympic medallist Sun Yang, the Chinese sport hierarchy lost its most valuable individual star. Zhang Dan reports.
“It’s like a wave that hits you” | British Olympic federations on their commercial preparations for the Games
British Gymnastics chief executive Jane Allen, British Swimming chief executive Jack Buckner and UK Athletics chairman Chris Clark discuss their organisations' plans for the final run-in ahead of Tokyo 2020 and explain how to ensure a strong commercial return from the Olympic Games.
By Michael Andrew, vice-captain and co-owner of New York Breakers, a team in the new International Swimming League.
A Ukranian billionaire is funding the latest effort to turn swimming into a regular competitive professional sport and not just one of the most popular events at the Summer Olympics.
The first edition of a new weekly round-up of sports business news from China.
Round-Up: European football’s €4bn hit, Six Nations confirm CVC talks, BWF events cancelled, and more
European football clubs are likely to lose €4bn ($4.5
Mobile phone operator Lebara has signed as the official telecommunications partner of British Swimming, the national governing body for Olympic sports in swimming, diving, water polo and synchronised swimming
Brazilian media group Globo has been ordered to pay costs totalling R$177,400 ($34,500/€30,500) to the Brazilian Confederation of Water Sports (CBDA) as the payment dispute between the two parties intensified.
Fina, the global governing body for aquatic sports, has moved this year’s World Swimming Championships (25m) in Abu Dhabi to 2021 amid the Covid-19 pandemic.