Monday’s Daily Deal Round-Up: Archery, MMA and more

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Monday’s Daily Deal Round-Up: Archery, MMA and more

Archery: World Archery has signed a three-year apparel supply deal with Errea Sport. The Italian sportswear brand will provide uniforms for technical staff and officials at all events and will be a major sponsor of the Hyundai Archery World Cup and World Archery Championship until the end of 2020.

Horse racing: UK broadcaster At The Races has retained the live rights to the Pegasus World Cup Invitational from Gulfstream Park, the world's richest horse race. The 2018 edition of the event will take place on 27th January, with At The Races combining its own studio coverage with a feed from US-based host broadcaster NBC. 

Motorsport: Nascar team Kyle Busch Motorsports have agreed a partnership with Safelite Autoglass, which will be the primary sponsor of Noah Gragson's number 18 Tundra for all 23 races in the third-tier Camping World Truck Series in 2018.

MMA: Specialist broadcaster Fight Network has secured a package of rights to the world's leading mixed martial arts promotion, the UFC. The deal includes coverage of the early fights on UFC pay-per-view cards and UFC Fight Night events, 30-day delayed access to all pay-per-view broadcasts, and reality TV series The Ultimate Fighter.

Multiple sports: Prosthetics manufacturer Ottobock has become a partner of the para-sports programme at the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games in Australia. The company, which is also a longstanding partner of the Paralympic Games, will be the official prosthetic, orthotic and wheelchair repair provider to the event, which will welcome 300 para-athletes competing in 38 medal events across seven para-sports and takes place from 4th to 15th April.

Tennis: Brazilian tennis players Bruno Soares and Thiago Monteiro have signed personal endorsement deals with financial services company Angá Asset Management, whose logo will appear on apparel worn by both players in competition and public appearances, including at the ongoing opening Grand Slam of the year, the Australian Open. The two players are both represented by the Linkinfirm agency.