2022 Winter Olympics serves Yum China as latest sponsor

The 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games in Beijing continues to develop its partnership portfolio after securing Yum China Holdings as the competition’s official...

Australian PM introduces 10,000 crowd limit for sport venues from July

Crowds of up to 10,000 people will be allowed into sport stadiums in Australia from July, according to the country’s prime minister Scott Morrison. The...

USA Weightlifting: The real cost of COVID-19 on national governing bodies

USA Weightlifting CEO Phil Andrews discusses the impact COVID-19 has had on Olympic national governing bodies. Moreover, he highlights the initiatives his federation has...

FITEQ: Discussing teqball’s continued development and further initiatives

Since its official recognition as a sport in 2014 teqball, a creation which combines football and table tennis, has started to grow in popularity...

UK snooker returns on 1 June with ITV broadcast deal

UK snooker will return on 1 June as the sport’s Championship League will be broadcasted on the ITV network for the first-time. The tournament, which...

Tour of Britain cancelled due to COVID restrictions

The Tour of Britain has been cancelled after discussions with British Cycling, regional stakeholders, sponsors and partners of the competition agreed to host the...

Matchroom Live officially launches with free archive footage

Matchroom Sport has officially launched its over-the-top (OTT) platform Matchroom Live featuring archive footage ‘from Boxing to Darts to Snooker’ for free. One feature already...

The Remote Darts League officially launches home tournaments

The recently formed Remote Darts League (RDL) has announced its tournaments will commence on Saturday 18, April, including the likes of Jim Williams and...

PDC swaps arenas for living rooms in first ever Home Tour

With most live sports currently cancelled due to the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, the Professional Darts Corporation (PDC) has announced it will be launching 32...

Tour de France rescheduled to August 2020 following postponement

The Tour de France has announced it will still go ahead in 2020 with the race being rescheduled to August 29 after following COVID-19...