Friday’s Daily Deal Round-Up: Cycling, golf and more

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Friday’s Daily Deal Round-Up: Cycling, golf and more

College sports: Brighton, Michican-based Lake Trust Credit Union has acquired the naming rights to Cleary University's forthcoming 150,000-square-foot athletic facility. The complex will be christened Lake Trust Credit Union Stadium when it opens in time for the 2018/19 academic year.

Cycling: Elite women's cycling team Boels-Dolmans has secured renewals with both of its title sponsors until the end of 2020. Landscaping company Dolmans has sponsored the team since its inception in 2010, while vehicle rental company Boels came on board for the 2012 season.

Also in cycling: The Israel Cycling Academy has secured four new sponsorship deals, all with Italian brands. De Rosa has become the team's new bicycle provider, while Nalini, Selle Italia and FSA Vision have all also joined up with the Pro Continental outfit. The Israel Cycling Academy is bidding for a wildcard entry into next year's Giro d'Italia, which will kick off with three stages in the country.

Golf: London-headquartered banking firm Investec has become the title sponsor of the 2018 South African Women’s Open golf tournament. The Investec South African Women’s Open will take place at Atlantic Beach Golf Club from 8th to 10th March.

Soccer: Japanese automotive and motorcycle manufacturer Suzuki has extended its title sponsorship of the AFF Football Championship, a national soccer tournament for Southeast Asian countries organised by the Asean Football Federation. The new deal will see Suzuki sponsor the 2018 edition, which runs from 8th November to 15th December next year.