Wednesday’s Daily Deal Round-Up: British Paralympics and more

Indoor rowing’s world championships and volleyball feature in the midweek digest.

Wednesday’s Daily Deal Round-Up: British Paralympics and more

Paralympics: Confectionery giant Mondelez International has renewed its sponsorship of the British Paralympic Association for another three years. The renewal, which runs through the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, will see the group and its Cadbury, belVita and Trebor brands continue to support British para-athletes and grassroots initiatives.

Rowing: The US city of Alexandria, Virginia will be the host of the first ever World Rowing Indoor Championships, to be held with the support of rowing machine manufacturer Concept2, USRowing and the Erg Sprints organising committee on 17th and 18th February.

Motorsport: Oil brand Penrite will continue as a partner of Virgin Australia Supercars team Erebus Motorsport for a fourth consecutive year in 2018. The company with be the naming rights sponsor of David Reynolds' number nine entry in the Australian touring car series.

Volleyball: The International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) has confirmed that the German city of Hamburg will host the FIVB Beach World Tour Finals for a second consecutive year. The event will run from 14th to 19th August.

Triathlon: British wetsuit brand Zone 3, through its Canadian distributor Innovation Sports, has renewed as an official supplier of Triathlon Canada for another three years.

Badminton: Telecoms provider Vodafone has renewed as the title sponsor of India's Premier Badminton League (PBL) for a third season. The tournament, which features eight city franchise teams, will take place from 23rd December 2017 to 14th January 2018.