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'One Day Without Us' Event Aims To Show Migrants' Importance To Racing Industry

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 10 / 21 / 16

A day of action, called "One Day Without Us," is being planned for February, according to Mark Souster of the LONDON TIMES. The event aims to show how without migrant workers many areas of the U.K. "would simply grind to a halt." All this has "potentially huge ramifications for the ra...

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Kenya Tables Bill, Set To Miss Deadline

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League Notes

Only 21% of all tennis coaches in Australia are female, prompting Tennis Australia Head of Women’s Professional Tennis Nicole Pratt to "address the disparity." In an "ongoing drive to increase the number and quality of female tennis coaches nationwide," eligible women can now access add ...

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NBL Implements Salary Cap Reforms

Australia's National Basketball League believes "major reforms to its salary cap and roster system will allow clubs to sign more star players," according to Roy Ward of THE AGE. NBL GM Jeremy Loeliger announced the reforms on Wednesday, which the league hopes will allow "top-end clubs" like Per ...

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Velon Signs Major Partnership

Cycling’s powerbrokers are "making dramatic moves that are changing the way the cycling business is run," according to Andrew Hood of VELO NEWS. Cycling joint venture Velon and Tour de Suisse organizers announced a "blockbuster deal that includes revenue-sharing, among other key points, i ...

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Holden, Nissan, Volvo To Stay In V8

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Brian Cookson Address Rider's Death

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IPL Contributed $172M To Indian GDP

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Pulver Talks To Clubs About New Deal

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