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Bjorn To Review Selection Policy Ahead Of 2018 Ryder Cup

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 12 / 09 / 16

Thomas Bjorn had been appointed as Europe's Ryder Cup captain for less than a day when he announced the selection procedure for the '18 match in the outskirts of Paris is "already being assessed to ensure all the players he will require at the time will be available," according to Mark Tallentire of...

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11/21/16
LPGA Tour To Hold Event In New Zealand

The LPGA Tour will be heading to New Zealand next year for the McKayson New Zealand Womens Open which will take place Sept. 28-Oct. 1 at the Windross Farm Golf Course in Ardmore, Auckland, according to the NEW ZEALAND HERALD. The event, which will boast a purse of NZ$1.3M ($910,000), will mark the f ...

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11/21/16
Ecclestone: Singapore No Longer Wants F1

F1 CEO Bernie Ecclestone has revealed that Singapore Grand Prix chiefs "no longer want to hold a Formula 1 race there," according to Jonathan Noble of MOTORSPORT. There has been speculation for several months that Singapore "was questioning whether or not it would renew its current contract, which r ...

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11/21/16
U.S., Canada To Host 2025 World Cup

North America has been "given the go-ahead to host" the 2025 Rugby League World Cup, according to the PA. The U.S. and Canada will host the tournament after the Rugby League Int'l Federation "endorsed the recommendation of its board to take the 17th World Cup outside the sport’s traditional ...

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11/18/16
Rally Australia Won't Share WRC Event

Australian rally officials "want to ensure the Australian leg of the FIA World Rally Championship race remains an annual fixture on the WRC calendar," which makes a return to event-sharing with its New Zealand counterparts "unlikely," according to the AAP. New Zealand has not hosted a WRC event sinc ...

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11/18/16
Event Notes

Organizers of the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters have "confirmed that the 20th edition of the European Tour event will be held from Jan. 26-29 at the Doha Golf Club," featuring some of the world’s top players. The annual event is organized by the Qatar Golf Association, the Qatar Olympic Comm ...

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11/17/16
AFC Clubs Vie For League's Largest Purse

This season's Asian Football Confederation Champions League has Korea Republic's Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors and Al Ain of the United Arab Emirates competing for the biggest prize purse in Asian club competition history. The first leg of the AFC Champions League final will occur on Saturday at the Jeonju ...

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11/16/16
X Games Returns To Norway In '17

ESPN announced that X Games will return to Norway for a second year in ‘17, albeit with a smaller event than the initial run this year. X Games Norway 2017, set for March 8-11 at the Hafjell ski resort, will include big air and slope-style events in both skiing and snowboarding. ESPN is collab ...

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11/16/16
Ireland Officially Launches RWC Bid

The chair of Ireland’s Rugby World Cup 2023 Bid Oversight Board, Dick Spring, "formally announced Ireland’s entry into the ‘candidate’ phase of the selection process to determine the host" for the event on Tuesday, according to John O'Sullivan of the IRISH TIMES. The 12 poten ...

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11/16/16
European Tour Launching Euro Series

The European Tour has "ramped up efforts to persuade Rory McIlroy, Henrik Stenson and its other elite golfers to turn their backs on the U.S. circuit by launching the money-spinning Rolex Series," according to Tony Jimenez of REUTERS. CEO Keith Pelley described it as "a critical game-changer" after ...

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11/16/16
Japan Implementing HIA

The decision to "shore up" player welfare standards in Japan was a "no-brainer" as there are some "major concerns" about standards in the country, according to former All Blacks player Josh Blackie. Japan is to host the Rugby World Cup in '19 but critics have expressed concern about the readiness of ...

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