Highlights From Our July Issue
UFC FIGHT ISLAND: STRINGENT TESTING UNDERPINS ABU DHABI EVENT
SPOTIFY'S COLLECTIVE MODEL INSPIRES NEW ATP CHAIRMAN GAUDENZI
DDMC FORTIS BECOMES FMA AND REMAINS BULLISH AS AFC PROJECT ENTERS 'OPERATIONAL' PHASE
WALL STREET EMBRACES PROMISE OF US SPORTS WAGERING
MAJOR SPORTING EVENTS TO BEAR SCARS OF COVID-19 PANDEMIC FOR A DECADE
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The Abu Dhabi government has turned the majority of Yas Island into a ten-square-mile safe zone just for the UFC, with each of the 2,500 people on site being tested for Covid-19 on five separate occasions during their stay.
Despite ongoing turbulence in the US stock market due to Covid-19, sports gambling has been a high-performing sector with analysts expecting robust long-term growth
A network of Bluetooth sensors installed at the venues for the three-match cricket series between England and the West Indies is allowing the ECB to detect the exact location of everyone involved in the matches and to track and trace any suspected outbreaks of Covid-19. Ben Cronin reports.
Sports are beginning to make their comeback from Covid-19, but generally with empty stadiums or with highly limited attendance, accelerating historic shifts for an already-battered ticket resale industry. US Editor Eric Fisher reports.
Major sporting events are likely to bear the scars of the Covid-19 pandemic for the majority of the coming decade, though in the long-term the sector should recover to full health, experts believe.
Closed-door sport is forcing innovation and fresh thinking about virtual hospitality. But can it ever hope to replace the real behind-the-ropes experience? Ben Cronin reports.
Spotify’s collective model inspires new ATP chairman Gaudenzi
ATP chairman Andrea Gaudenzi talks about a challenging first nine months as ATP chairman and explains what tennis can learn from the music industry. Ben Cronin reports.
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