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Crowdfunding and the future of Gymnastics Australia

Posted July 3, 2013 by Connor Wright

With their National Championships taking place at the Sydney Olympic Park Sports Centre from 7 – 18 July, Gymnastics Australia (GA) has turned to crowdfunding to support this event and raise awareness about their sport. In an interview with SBI, Mark Rendell, the CEO of GA, offered his insights into not only this latest crowdfunding initiative, but the current and future goals of GA, as well as the need to balance funding between participation and elite levels with the Commonwealth and Olympic Games coming up in the near future.


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Asian Pacific Oceania Powerchair Football Cup 2013 ready for kick-off

Posted January 23, 2013 by Nic Ferraro

Australia is set to host the 2013 Asian Pacific Oceania Powerchair Football Cup, the first time Australia will organise the biennial tournament, to be opened by New South Wales Minister for Sport and Recreation Graham Annesley.


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Queensland digs in on Origin: ‘Why pay for what’s ours?’

Posted September 6, 2012 by Daniel Abelsohn

The extra game in State of Origin matches will no longer automatically alternate between Queensland and New South Wales, with irregular forays interstate, after the ARL Commission yesterday confirmed that the game’s traditional states should not expect to have the third  game each year without paying for it. Reports suggest Queensland and New South Wales will now […]


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2013 Sports Club Management Expo a success

Posted November 20, 2013 by Hamish Dunham

The second annual Sports Club Management Expo, held in Melbourne on November 17, was attended by over 400 delegates from 55 codes of sport.


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A-League Season 8 opening round sets attendance and TV records

Posted October 8, 2012 by Sports Business Insider

The opening round of the A-League season last weekend set single-round records for  attendance, TV ratings and digital audiences, says Football Federation Australia. FFA says 93,500 fans turned out to the five matches, beating the previous single-round aggregate record set in Round 3 last season of 87,508. The TV audience on Foxtel averaged 108,000 per […]


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