Volleyball: The International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) has agreed a long-term supply deal with the Senoh Corporation. The Japanese company will provide all volleyball and beach volleyball events until after the 2024 Olympic Games, and will continue development of its LED nets, which are capable of showing information between points.
Tennis: IT giant Dell has agreed a five-year partnership with the International Tennis Hall of Fame (ITHOF). The deal includes the title sponsorship of the ITHOF's annual ATP World Tour men's tournament, whose 2017 edition will be played from 16th to 23rd July ahead of this year's induction of the likes of Kim Clijsters and Andy Roddick.
Rugby: English rugby union side Harlequins have renewed their partnership with Adidas for another five years. The German sportswear giant will continue to supply matchday and training apparel to the Aviva Premiership outfit until 2021.
Soccer: Second-tier Italian soccer club AC Pisa have agreed a major sponsorship deal with Toscana Aeroporti. The regional airport operator's logo will appear on the front of the Serie B strugglers' matchday shirts.
Also in soccer: United Soccer League (USL) team Colorado Springs Switchbacks have sold the naming rights to their home stadium to Weidner Apartment Homes. The 5,000-seater venue will be known as Weidner Field when it hosts the Switchbacks' first home game of the new USL season - the league's first as US soccer's second tier - when OKC Energy FC visit on 1st April.
Motorsport: The global powerboat federation, the UIM, has signed a partnership with the Bund Holding Group, a Chinese organisation with interests in financial services, real estate, industrial development and information technology. The deal will begin with Bund's sponsorship of the UIM Awards Giving Gala next month.
Winter sports: The organisers of curling's Continental Cup, which pits Team America against Team World in a series of events each year, have confirmed that the 2018 edition will be held at The Sports Centre in the Canadian city of London, Ontario.