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The 131st IOC Session: what will be discussed - and what won’t?

The 131st IOC Session: what will be discussed - and what won’t?

The International Olympic Committee meets in the Peruvian capital of Lima this week for a session which marks the culmination of a Summer Games bidding process that has already reached an amenable outcome, but there will be plenty of more contentious matters to discuss.

13 September 2017 | By Eoin Connolly

The Bundesliga 2017/18: A commercial guide

The Bundesliga 2017/18: A commercial guide

As Germany’s top soccer division gets back underway, SportsPro presents our comprehensive commercial preview of every club in the division.

18 August 2017 | By Adam Nelson

La Liga 2017/18: A commercial guide

La Liga 2017/18: A commercial guide

La Liga is dominated, on and off the pitch, by the giants of Real Madrid and Barcelona, but its overall commercial profile is growing rapidly. SportsPro takes a look at the sponsorships and partnerships of every club in Spain's top flight.

18 August 2017 | By George Dudley

Longines Global Champions Tour: London returns to the party

Longines Global Champions Tour: London returns to the party

The Longines Global Champions Tour returned to London in August with record prize money on offer and its innovate Global Champions League running alongside it. Held for the first time in the city’s Royal Hospital Chelsea, show jumping’s international series appears to have found another picturesque setting for competition.

17 August 2017 | By George Dudley

Disney’s big bet on BAMTech: what could it mean for ESPN?

Disney’s big bet on BAMTech: what could it mean for ESPN?

Disney has announced a further US$1.58 billion in streaming specialist BAMTech, a withdrawal from Netflix, and a new entertainment service to complement its planned ESPN OTT offering. It all adds up to an aggressive digital strategy, but will that be enough to arrest the fall of the 'worldwide leader in sports'?

09 August 2017 | By Michael Long

The 2028 Olympics: a sweet deal, but who for?

The 2028 Olympics: a sweet deal, but who for?

Confirming one of the worst-kept secrets in sport, LA bid officials and the IOC revealed the framework for a host city contract for 2028 on Monday. The deal is being hailed as a win for both parties, and for Paris, but the devil is in the detail.

01 August 2017 | By Michael Long

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