David Richards, chairman of the Motor Sports Association (MSA), the governing body of four-wheel motorsport in the UK, discusses how the organisation needs to help grow grassroots participation and attract a wider audience to ensure the sport stays relevant.
After three previous unsuccessful bids, Turkey has once again thrown its hat into the ring to stage the Uefa European Championship. Servet Yardimci, vice president of the Turkish Football Federation (TFF), discusses why the country is a deserving host for Euro 2024 and its edge over rival bidder Germany.
Ahead of the start of this week’s 101st Giro d’Italia, SportsPro's Richard Partridge caught up with Paulo Bellino, managing director at race organiser RCS Sport, to talk about cycling's first Grand Tour of the year, his plans for the future, and the company’s recent UCI Tour races in Dubai and Abu Dhabi.
With the Ryder Cup set to take place for the first time in France in 2018, SportsPro attended the launch of the tournament’s special edition official wine to find out how Mouton Cadet hopes to capture the spirit and energy of the contest, and what activations the Bordeaux brand has planned around the biennial golf competition.
IMMAF president Kerrith Brown reveals MMA's lengthy and frustrating process of becoming a fully paid-up member of the global Olympic movement.
Formula One’s move to Sky Sports was a milestone for the championship and the broadcaster. Jonathan Licht, Sky Sports’ director of strategy, explains how the championship and its dedicated channel have affected the way the pay-TV giant thinks about sports coverage.
Indycar’s chief marketing officer, CJ O’Donnell, discusses how the series is constantly jostling for position in a saturated US sports landscape, and explains how the championship is revolutionising the way it is presented.
Charlie Stillitano, executive chairman of International Champions Cup (ICC) organisers Relevent Sports, discusses the new women’s event and the path ahead for the women’s game.
With SportAccord 2018 underway, SportsPro sat down for a brief chat with Weerasak Kowsurat, Thailand’s minister for tourism and sports, to find out what hosting the event means for the country, and the government's plans to capitalise on Asia’s sporting moment.
Ahead of SportsPro Live we asked a number of our speakers and exhibitors for their thoughts on some key industry issues. In this edition we hear from a selection of innovation experts.
With another spring conference complete in south-east Asia, the chief executive of the world’s biggest sports media convention talks about how the organiser and its participants are evolving.
James Gambrell, chief executive of Supponor, explains how the London-headquartered company is using augmented reality technology to revolutionise pitchside sports advertising, and how this digital content is opening up new revenue streams for the Bundesliga and La Liga.
As Airborne motorsport series Air Race 1 announces plans for the first ever all-electric airplane race, SportsPro spoke to chief executive Jeff Zaltman about the plans for Air Race E.
Two weeks ago, the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) named Fever-Tree as the new title sponsor of the Queen’s Club Championship tennis tournament. SportsPro caught up with tournament director Stephen Farrow to find out how the partnership came to be, and how the event’s offering has evolved since becoming part of the ATP 500 series in 2015.
Ahead of SportsPro Live we asked a number of our speakers and exhibitors for their thoughts on some key industry issues. In this edition we hear from a selection of OTT experts.
Ahead of SportsPro Live we asked a number of our speakers and exhibitors for their thoughts on some key industry issues. In this edition we hear from a selection of broadcast experts.