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PODCAST: Callum Skinner on the Global Athlete, plus Garber stays and Harvey goes

Olympic champion cyclist Callum Skinner explains the Global Athlete to SportsPro editor-at-large Eoin Connolly.

20 February 2019 Eoin Connolly
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SportsPro editor-at-large Eoin Connolly grabs a barista coffee in the team's smart new offices in London's Victoria and catches up on the week's events with SportsPro senior writer Sam Carp, back on the pod to discuss Don Garber's contract extension in MLS, Shaun Harvey's departure from the EFL, fast fashion and the jerseys of the future. 

The two also look at the NBA's African venture with Fiba, the implications of Tyson Fury's TV deal with ESPN for heavyweight boxing and heavyweight media, and what exactly it is that Intel is working on with Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester City

Meanwhile, Olympic champion cyclist Callum Skinner explains the inspiration for advocacy group Global Athlete, launched in London in February, and lays out his hopes for bringing athletes' interests to the heart of sports decision-making.

Olympic champion cyclist Callum Skinner explains the Global Athlete to SportsPro editor-at-large Eoin Connolly, plus Sam Carp is on to talk the sports industry week.

SportsPro editor-at-large Eoin Connolly grabs a barista coffee in the team's smart new offices in London's Victoria and catches up on the week's events with SportsPro senior writer Sam Carp, back on the pod to discuss Don Garber's contract extension in MLS, Shaun Harvey's departure from the EFL, fast fashion and the jerseys of the future. 

The two also look at the NBA's African venture with Fiba, the implications of Tyson Fury's TV deal with ESPN for heavyweight boxing and heavyweight media, and what exactly it is that Intel is working on with Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester City. 

Meanwhile, Olympic champion cyclist Callum Skinner explains the inspiration for advocacy group Global Athlete, launched in London in February, and lays out his hopes for bringing athletes' interests to the heart of sports decision-making.

Podcast can be found here, via Audioboom

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