Monday’s Daily Deal Round-Up: Badminton and more

Another week begins with a short burst of industry news in brief.

Monday’s Daily Deal Round-Up: Badminton and more

Badminton: The Badminton World Federation (BWF) has confirmed that the Singapore Open will remain on the global professional circuit for another four years. The governing body revealed the news as it unveiled a new six-level tournament structure, with four Level 1 and 2 tournaments offering million-dollar prize purses and the Singapore event, at Level 4, offering US$350,000.

Swimming: The Scottish city of Glasgow has been chosen as the host of the 2019 European Short Course Swimming Championships. The event will take place at the Tollcross International Swimming Centre from 4th to 8th December of that year.

Cycling: Specialist helmet manufacturer Catlike has secured a four-year supply deal with the Spanish Cycling Federation (RFEC). The company, whose products are made in Spain, will supply riders with helmets and will also be a third-tier partner of the organisation.

Triathlon: Events management company SME 360 has secured naming rights sponsorship from pain relief brand Deep Heat for its Challenge Melbourne triathlon event, which will take place on 9th April.