Thursday’s Daily Deal Round-Up: Bucs’ radio renewal and more

Another bumper batch of industry news in brief.

Thursday’s Daily Deal Round-Up: Bucs’ radio renewal and more

Football: The National Football League's (NFL) Tampa Bay Buccaneers have agreed a multi-year renewal of their local radio partnership with iHeartMedia Tampa Bay, which dates back to 2004. The team's games will be broadcast on 98Rock (WXTB-97.9 FM) in the 2017 season, as well as on the the official Buccaneers website and mobile app.

Also in football: The Rivals Professional Football League (RPFL) - a development competition for the NFL, Canadian Football League (CFL) and Arena Football League (AFL) - has agreed a partnership with helmet manufacturer Xenith. The Detroit-based company will provide helmets for all RPFL players in the 2017 season.

Sailing: French sailor Jérémie Beyou has secured sponsorship from French meat brand Charal until 2022. The partnership will begin with June's Solitaire Urgo Le Figaro and includes Beyou's planned participation in the Vendée Globe 2020.

Motorsport: Car manufacturer Toyota has renewed its deal with the National Hot-Rod Association (NHRA) to remain the title sponsor of the NHRA Toyota Nationals event in Las Vegas. The 2017 edition, part of the six-stage play-off series in US drag racing's premier championship, will take place at Las Vegas Motor Speedway from 26th to 29th October.

Also in motorsport: EJ Wade Construction will be the primary sponsor of Corey LaJoie's number 83 Toyota Camry for both races at Richmond International Raceway in the 2017 Monster Energy Nascar Cup Series. The contractor is an associate sponsor of LaJoie's team, BK Racing, throughout the year.

Australian rules football: Australian Football League (AFL) team Adelaide Crows have announced renewals of several long-term sponsorship deals for the 2017 season. Returning partners include Bartercard, Bird in Hand, Boileau Business Solutions, Lion Dairy and Drinks, Modern Group and Revolution Roofing.

Soccer: Pay-TV broadcaster Movistar TV has secured the domestic rights to the Torneo Descentralizado de Fútbol Profesional, Peruvian club soccer's top flight, for the 2017 season.

Also in soccer: World Street Soccer Championships, the organiser of the World Street 3s, has secured first round funding from Perform co-founder Oli Slipper and sports and entertainment investor Jorg Mohaupt.

Winter sports: Chinese sportswear brand Anta has become a sponsor of 13 of the country's national winter sports teams – including speed skating, curling, freestyle skiing and snowboarding and bobsled – from 2018 to 2022. The company responded to a call for partners from the General Administration of Sport of China ahead of the Beijing 2022 Olympic Games.

Basketball: Digital health company DarioHealth has signed former National Basketball Association (NBA) star Dominique Wilkins to a multi-year personal endorsement deal. Wilkins, a type 2 diabetic, will promote the company's activities through personal appearances and social media, with a particular focus on how its products can help diabetes sufferers manage their lives.

Also in basketball: Taxi app Uber has agreed a partnership with Rio de Janeiro-based basketball team Flamengo, the champions of the Novo Basquete Brasil.

Handball: Rehasport Clinic has become the official medical partner of the Handball Association of Poland (ZPRP).

Motorcycling: Quicksilver Powersports Lubricants has become a supporting sponsor of the US motorcycling series MotoAmerica.