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06/12/15
Baseball, Softball Apply For Tokyo 2020 Inclusion; Tibetans Prote ...

Baseball and softball officially applied for inclusion in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics on Thursday as they "look to earn back their spot in the Games they lost" after '08, according to Karolos Grohmann of REUTERS. The two sports, united under the World Baseball Softball Confederation to "boost their ...

Tags: Olympics, Japan

06/12/15
Star India Maintains PKL Title Sponsorship

Star India -- the Pro Kabaddi League's majority stakeholder -- retained its title sponsorship of the league for its second season and committed to "put in an additional" Rs 70 crore ($11M) to "help the franchise grow," according to Saransh Gehlot of SPORTSKEEDA. Star India COO Sanjay Gupta said that ...

Tags: Marketing and Sponsorship, India

06/12/15
Gilpin Confident In Tokyo Rugby Stadium

Rugby World Cup Head Alan Gilpin said that he was "confident Tokyo's new national stadium would be ready for Rugby World Cup 2019," according to KYODO. Just 100 days before the start of Rugby World Cup 2015, Gilpin said that he "understood ongoing media speculation about whether the new stadium ...

Tags: Facilities, Japan

06/11/15
Baku 2015 Ready For European Games

The European Games, the first major multi-sports event of the continent, is "set to kick off in Azerbaijan's Baku on Friday," according to Karolos Grohmann of REUTERS. The Azeri capital "has pulled out all the stops as it looks to establish itself as a viable option for international sports events." ...

Tags: Olympics, Asia

06/10/15
Almaty Impresses In 2022 Bid Presentation

The race for the 2022 Winter Olympics "may not be as one-sided as many had thought," according to Stephen Wilson of the AP. With Beijing long viewed as the favorite in the two-city contest, the Kazakh bid from Almaty "made a strong showing" with IOC members Tuesday, presenting itself as the ca ...

Tags: Olympics, Asia

06/10/15
MERS Fear Overshadows K-League Games

Fears over Middle East Respiratory Syndrome "hit the K-League Classic last weekend, with a drop in attendance" of almost 40% in the six stadiums that hosted the round 15 games, according to Nam Hyun-woo of the KOREA TIMES. The crowd attendances over the past weekend "showed a significant decrea ...

Tags: Events and Attractions, Asia

06/10/15
TrueVisions Has EPL In Its Sights

TrueVisions, Thailand's leading pay-TV operator, along with its "arch rival" CTH, is "vying for exclusive rights to the next season of the English Premier League" in a bid to strengthen its position as the top platform for sport, according to Srisamorn Phoosuphanusorn of the BANGKOK POST. Broadcasti ...

Tags: Media, Asia

06/08/15
BCCI Sacks Officials Linked To Srinivasan

The Board of Control for Cricket in India's new regime continues to "remove officials with links to India Cements," a company owned by former BCCI President N. Srinivasan, according to Devendra Pandey of the INDIAN EXPRESS. The "latest to get the sack" is Team India Logistics Manager M.A. Satheesh, ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, India

06/04/15
India, South Africa Cricket In Talks

Cricket South Africa and the Board of Control for Cricket in India are in talks to finalize details of a "proposed Gandhi-Mandela series, to be played in both countries within the next two years," according to the PTI. CSA CEO Haroon Lorgat announced this during the launch of new kit that the Protea ...

Tags: Events and Attractions, India, Africa

06/04/15
Baku '15 To Reach 53M Russian Households

The Baku 2015 European Games signed an agreement with national broadcaster TV Channel Russia granting the network free-to-air and pay-TV rights in the country. The agreement will ensure that 53 million Russian households will have access to coverage of the inaugural event, which will take place fro ...

Tags: Olympics, Asia

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