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Rowe equalled a 46-year-old Australian record in the 800m at the Diamond League in Monaco. Athletics Australia fined him for competing at the event.
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Blogs

History repeats for Athletics Australia on Games eve

Posted  July 24, 2014  by  David Culbert

Athletics Australia seems to lurch from one farce to the next. It’s this week’s Culbert Report.

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Features

The Evolution of Injury Prevention

Posted  July 21, 2014  by  Nathan Kinch

“Injury prevention is only getting better and it’s not an accident, it’s the result of deliberate, scientifically validated effort, combined with accelerating modern technology.” Nathan Kinch writes on the technological evolution and insight into preventing athletic injuries.

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The Tour Down Under kicks off a trio of major cycling events in Australia.
Blogs

Who’s winning in the business of sport?

Posted  July 17, 2014  by  David Culbert

Hosting events is big business no matter what the scale, but who really wins? It’s this week’s Culbert Report.

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IBM's Australian Open Slamtracker
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Features

The Role of Innovation in Sport

Posted  July 16, 2014  by  Nathan Kinch

Innovation, Big Data and Digital are the current ‘sweet spot’ for enterprise. But, these three focal points are also the ‘sweet spot’ for global sport. Nathan Kinch explains.

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Mario Goetze for Nike's Risk Everything campaign.
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Blogs

The highs and lows of brand ambassadors

Posted  July 15, 2014  by  Paul Binney

From a public relations perspective, Paul Binney looks at some of the things you need to be careful of when working with athletes as brand ambassadors.

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NRL takes ownership of the Knights By Clint Vojdinoski at June 14, 2014
Melbourne City FC name change confirmed By Hamish Dunham at June 5, 2014
FFA agree to Wanderers sale By Clint Vojdinoski at May 29, 2014
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The Evolution of Injury Prevention By Nathan Kinch at July 21, 2014
The Role of Innovation in Sport By Nathan Kinch at July 16, 2014
Winning with Insight, Not Data By Nathan Kinch at July 1, 2014
Rowe equalled a 46-year-old Australian record in the 800m at the Diamond League in Monaco. Athletics Australia fined him for competing at the event.
Image: www.all-athletics.com
History repeats for Athletics Australia on Games eve By David Culbert at July 24, 2014
Who’s winning in the business of sport? By David Culbert at July 17, 2014
The highs and lows of brand ambassadors By Paul Binney at July 15, 2014
asian cup
UAE submits bid for 2019 Asian Cup By Clint Vojdinoski at June 2, 2014
Repucom and SportsPro compare athlete marketability By Clint Vojdinoski at May 22, 2014

 
Blogs & Features

  • FEATURE
    Nathan Kinch

    The Evolution of Injury Prevention

    Nathan Kinch "Injury prevention is only getting better and it’s not an accident, it's the result of deliberate, scientifically validated effort, combined with accelerating modern technology." Nathan Kinch writes on the technological evolution and insight into preventing athletic injuries.


  • FEATURE
    Nathan Kinch

    The Role of Innovation in Sport

    Nathan Kinch Innovation, Big Data and Digital are the current ‘sweet spot’ for enterprise. But, these three focal points are also the ‘sweet spot’ for global sport. Nathan Kinch explains.


  • Paul Binney

    The highs and lows of brand ambassadors

    Paul Binney From a public relations perspective, Paul Binney looks at some of the things you need to be careful of when working with athletes as brand ambassadors.


  • Katherine MacPherson

    2014 Sports Fan Summit: Day 3 – Blog

    Katherine MacPherson Community: Engaging, growing, and giving back is the topic as Katherine MacPherson reports for SBI on the final day of the 2014 Sports Fan Summit from Melbourne.