With the ATP confirming a new title sponsor and a longer stay in London for its season-ending ATP Finals, executive chairman Chris Kermode talks through his expectations for that event and for men's tennis, on the brink of a generational shift.
Brendan Taylor, Wasserman's executive vice president and head of golf, EMEA, talks to SportsPro about how the sport has changed in his two decades working in it, and his hopes for future development.
David Grevemberg, the chief executive of the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF), talks to SportsPro about the collapse of Durban 2022 and the future of the event.
The International Surfing Association’s outspoken president on the paddle boarding controversy, surfing at the Olympic Games and how to keep the sport ‘cool’
Wales is building on its burgeoning reputation as a host of major global events by staging the Uefa Champions League final, among many other showpiece occasions. Rob Holt, director of tourism development and major events, talks SportsPro through the country’s sporting plans.
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.
Paraguay’s Alejandro Dominguez stepped into one of the most tarnished roles in world soccer when he became president of South American confederation Conmebol in January 2016. Here, he explains why he saw the opportunity, not the crisis.
Victor Montagliani, the man tasked with restoring credibility to Concacaf, lays out the challenges and the priorities for the confederation and his presidency.
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.
Hans-Erik Tuijt, the director of global sponsorships at Heineken, talks to SportsPro about the brand’s strategy in high-profile sports sponsorship.
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.
Dow Olympic and Sports Solutions’ global technology and sustainability director reflects on Rio 2016 and looks forward to Tokyo 2020 and beyond.
International Sports Management founder Andrew ‘Chubby’ Chandler talks to SportsPro about his career, the evolution of his company and his stable of European Tour golf stars.
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.