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Next month in SportsPro: The Federations edition
As we build towards the SportAccord Convention in Sochi, the April edition of SportsPro will focus on the sports federations outside the Olympic fold. We examine the fortunes of some of the sports looking to mature over the next decade, and scour the fringes for the outliers intent on marking a mark to ask: 'Is this sport?'
We'll also put a couple of the big beasts of the federation world - Fifa and the IAAF - under the microscope, running the rule over the two presidential elections set to change the shape of sport this year.
Elsewhere in the edition: data, CRM, and all things tech; the commercial revolution in J League soccer; and the story of what George Pyne did next.