Steve Hill, chairman of the Las Vegas Stadium Authority (LVSA), explains why spending US$750 million of taxpayer money on attracting the Oakland Raiders was a punt worth taking.
Las Vegas will have its first major league franchise when the Golden Knights join the National Hockey League next season. Kerry Bubolz, the team’s president, talks about setting up operations and the potential of the city as a sporting hub.
Janet Evans, vice chair of the Los Angeles 2024 bid committee, explains why her home town ticks all the right boxes for an Olympic movement in flux.
The chief executive of the British Horseracing Authority reflects on the sport’s levy reform, the Jockey Club’s UK£500 million investment plans and voices his opinion on the Pegasus World Cup.
From LA to the lab: Angela Ruggiero on her new tech venture, the 2024 Olympic race, and Donald Trump
The chief strategist for the Los Angeles 2024 bid reflects on the future of the Olympic movement and how her new company, Sports Innovation Lab, can foster a better understanding of the complex world of sports technology.
Sportradar chief executive Carsten Koerl reflects on the experience of breaking into the US sports data market, and discusses ways in which sport data can generate engagement and insight like never before.
World Sailing’s new president, Kim Anderson, talks to SportsPro about his hopes for his presidential term and reflects on a successful Olympic Games.
Chris Park, senior vice president of growth, strategy and international at Major League Baseball (MLB), discusses the commercial health of baseball worldwide, MLB’s approach to international expansion, its new overseas media partnerships, and more.
The head of Rugby World Cup reflects on the 2015 tournament, looks ahead to the Japan event and the bidding process for 2023.
Arnon De Mello, vice president and managing director of NBA Latin America, discusses the league’s ongoing growth efforts south of the border.
Zak Brown speaks to SportsPro about why he sees McLaren as the ideal place for him.
Mark Williams of HKS Architects discusses the design concept behind the Los Angeles Rams' new US$2.5 billion stadium, North America's most expensive sports facility which broke ground last week.
FFF marketing director François Vasseur reflects on the commercial success of Uefa Euro 2016 and the the federation’s numerous social media activations.
Despite being one of the oldest sports sponsorships in the world, O2 is working to break new ground with their England Rugby partnership.
Sarah Swanson, the head of marketing at NFL UK, discusses the 2016 International Series.
Uefa's marketing director talks Euro 2016, the Champions League, his new president, and 2020's ambitious plans.