SportsPro talks exclusively to Bernadette Andrietti, the company’s vice president for sales and marketing in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA),
CBC's head of sports Greg Stremlaw explains why the Olympics continue to captivate Canada, host of the winter edition six years ago.
Golf returned to the Olympics on Thursday after a build-up overshadowed by player withdrawals. IGF president Peter Dawson, however, remains confident of a positive Games.
On the face of it, French-based company Oulala is a nothing more than daily fantasy sports provider. But, in reality, it is much more than that.
Baseball and softball were among five sports added to the Tokyo 2020 programme on Wednesday but for the World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC), significant headaches remain.
In an exclusive interview with SportsPro Alex Eade, the general manager of Goodwood racecourse, discusses its annual meeting, the Qatar Goodwood Festival.
In bringing a North American Soccer League team to the heart of California’s tech region, San Francisco Deltas founder and chief executive Brian Helmick hopes to harness the Bay Area spirit.
Ricardo Guadalupe, chief executive of Hublot, talks about the watchmaker's role as the official timekeeper of the 2016 Uefa European Championship.
The NWSL has broken new ground by becoming the first US women’s professional soccer competition to survive beyond three seasons, bringing an air of cautious optimism to the league’s front office.
Preparations for this summer's Copa America Centenario have been beset by delays and uncertainty, leaving Soccer United Marketing (SUM) in a race against time to find sponsors.
She is widely regarded as the best female golfer of all-time, but Swedish great Annika Sörenstam is preparing to take on an entirely new challenge when she captains Europe at the 2017 Solheim Cup.
Racing UK’s Seb Vance talks to SportsPro about this year’s Cheltenham festival and HD broadcasting in racing.
After a one-year hiatus, the Peace and Sport International Forum begins on Wednesday. Founder and president Joël Bouzou previews the event and discusses some of the wider themes set to be addressed.
It's one week to go until Host Cities 2015 takes place in Dubai. Here's what to expect from the landmark summit.
Having now shaken off the ‘new host’ tag, the Circuit of the Americas' (COTA) founder and chairman Bobby Epstein says the fun part is just beginning.
Gloucester Rugby chief executive Stephen Vaughan outlines the club's plans to build on their experience as a Rugby World Cup host.