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Welcome

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Calendar

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Media

27

Brands & Marketing

34

Events

40

Destination London

46

AGENCIES

52

Advertising, PR & Sales

56

Consultancy

59

Design, Licensing & Branding

66

Digital & Web Design

71

Photo & Video

73

Research & Evaluation

78

Sports Marketing & Sponsorship

86

Capital Projects

99

Architects, Construction & Engineering

100

Service & Equipment Providers

102

Ticketing, CRM & Smart Cards

104

Cities, Travel & Tourism

106

Host Cities

107

Hotels

110

Logistics: Rail/Coach/Air

112

Sports Travel Management

116

Tourist Boards

118

Destination London

122

Attractions

123

Hospitality

125

Venues

127

Education & Training

131

Education & Training

132

Recruitment & Career Development

135


137

Events

138

Conferences, Exhibitions & Venues

140

Event Management & Corporate Hospitality

152

Facilities & Training Centres

157

Media

158

Data & Information Suppliers

164

Media Owners

169

New Media

173

Professional Services

174

Athlete Management

176

Insurance & Risk Management

182

IT, Software & Technology

187

Lawyers

191

Management Consultants

193

Properties

194

Federations & Governing Bodies

196

Rights Holders

205

Sports Television

206

Distribution Companies & Syndicators

209

Production Companies

217

Service & Equipment Providers

221

Country Listings

228

Asia

233

Argentina

248

Trinidad and Tobago

254

China

298

Poland

324

Turkey

336

Index

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JANUary 2012

Date

Sport

Event

City

Country

1 – 11

Water Polo

Men's & Women's European Championships

Eindhoven

Netherlands

2 – 10

Tennis

Qatar ExxonMobil ATP Open

Doha

Qatar

3 – 10

Tennis

WTA Tour commences

Brisbane

Australia

6–8

Skating

ISU European Speed Skating Championships

Budapest

Hungary

13 – 22

Olympics

Youth Olympic Winter Games

Innsbruck

Austria

16 – 29

Tennis

Australian Open

Melbourne

Australia

17 – 28

Handball

EHF Mens' Euro

17 – 21

Korfball

IKF Europa Cup 2012 Final

21 – Feb 12

Football

African Cup of Nations

23 – 29

Skating

ISU European Figure Skating Championships

Sheffield

UK

26 – 29

Action Sports

ESPN Winter X Games

Aspen

USA

28 – 29

Skating

ISU World Sprint Speed Skating Championships

Calgary

Canada

28 – 29

Cycling

UCI Cyclo-cross World Championships

Koksijde

Belgium

29

Ice Hockey

NHL 59th All Star Game

Ottawa

Canada

28 – 5 Feb

Field Hockey

20th Women's Champions Trophy

Rosario

Argentina

Getty Images Sport

8

Serbia Warsaw

Poland Gabon/ Equatorial Guinea


February 2012

Date

Sport

Event

City

Country

1

Luge

FIL World Luge Championships

Altenberg

Germany

1–5

Squash

WSF U21 World Cup

Chennai

India

4

Rugby Union

Six Nations 2012 tournament commences

Paris

France

4–9

Archery

World Archery Indoor Championships

Las Vegas

USA

5

American Football

Super Bowl XLVI

Indianapolis

USA

6

Tennis

Davis Cup 1st round

17 – 19

Skiing

Ski Flying World Championships

Vikersund

Norway

20 – 26

Aquatics

FINA Diving World Cup

London

UK

26

NASCAR

Daytona 500

Florida

USA

27 – 11 Mar

Biathlon

IBU World Championship

Ruhpolding

Germany

19 – 26

Skiing

FIS Nordic Junior World Ski Championships

Erzurum

Turkey

29 – Mar 9

Skiing

FIS Alpine Junior World Ski Championships 

Rocarraso

Italy

Various

Getty Images Sport

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MARCH 2012

Date

Sport

Event

City

Country

5-18

Tennis

BNP Paribas Open

Indian Wells

USA

9-11

Athletics

IAAF World Indoor Championships

Istanbul

Turkey

13-16

Horse Racing

Cheltenham Festival

Cheltenham

UK

17-25

Curling

World Women's Championship

Lethbridge

Canada

18

Motor Racing

Australian Grand Prix

Melbourne

Australia

22-Apr 1

Skiing

FIS Snowboard Junior World Championships 

Sierra Nevada

USA

25

Motor Racing

Malaysia Grand Prix

Kuala Lumpur

Malaysia

25 - 1 Apr

Table Tennis

World Table Tennis Team Championship

Dortmund

Germany

28-1 Apr

Cycling

UCI Track World Championships

Melbourne

Australia

31

Horse Racing

Dubai World Cup

Dubai

UAE

31

Netball

ANZ Championship commences

Various

Australia

31 - 8 Apr

Curling

World Men's Curling Championship

Basel

Switzerland Getty Images Sport

10


APRIL 2012

Date

Sport

Event

City

Country

2-8

Golf

US Masters

Augusta

USA

4

Baseball

MLB Season commences

Florida

USA

4

Cricket

IPL Series commences

Various

India

6-7

Skating

ISU World Synchronized Skating Championships

Gothenburg

Sweden

14

Horse Racing

Grand National

Aintree

UK

15

Motor Racing

Chinese Grand Prix

Shanghai

China

15

Motorcycle Racing

MotoGP Grand Prix season starts

Doha

Qatar

17-21

Badminton

European Championships

Karlskrona

Sweden

17-22

Triathlon

ITU Long Distance Triathlon World Championships

Eilat

Israel

21- 7 May

Snooker

Betfred.com World Snooker Championships

Sheffield

UK

22

Motor Racing

Bahrain Grand Prix

Bahrain

GCC

22

Marathon

Virgin London Marathon

London

UK

27-28

Boxing

World Series of Boxing Team Championships

TBA

28 - 13 May

Ice Hockey

IIHF World Championship

Helsinki and Turku

Finland

Getty Images Sport

11


MAY 2012

Date

Sport

Event

City

Country

4–6

Rowing

2012 Samsung World Rowing Cup I

Belgrade

Serbia

4 – 20

Ice Hockey

IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship

Helsinki/ Stockholm

Finland/ Sweden

5

Football

FA Cup Final

London

UK

5–7

Cycling

Giro d'Italia commences

HerningHorsens

Denmark

9

Football

Europa League Final

Bucharest

Romania

11 – 13

Basketball

Euroleague Basketball Final Four

Istanbul

Turkey

12

Athletics

IAAF World Race Walking Cup 2012

Saransk

Russia

15 – 31

Aquatics

European Diving Championships

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19

Football

Champions League Final

Munich

Germany

20

Rugby Union

Heineken Cup Final

Twickenham

UK

21 – 3 Jun

Boxing

AIBA Women's World Boxing Championships

Qinhuangdao

China

21 – 27

Sport Business

SportAccord Convention

Quebec

Canada

24 – 27

Cycling

UCI BMX World Championships

Birmingham

UK

25 – 26

Boxing

World Series of Boxing Individual Finals

TBA

25 – 27

Rowing

2012 Samsung World Rowing Cup II

Lucerne

Switzerland

27

Motor Racing

Monaco Grand Prix

Monte Carlo

Monaco

27 – Jun 10

Tennis

Roland Garros (French Open Championships)

Paris

France

Getty Images Sport

12


JUNE 2012

Date

Sport

Event

City

Country

3 – 17

Aquatics

14th FINA WORLD MASTERS CHAMPIONSHIPS

Riccione

Italy

8

Football

UEFA Euro 2012 commences

various

Poland/ Ukraine

9

Motor Racing

Le Mans 24 hr

Le Mans

France

14 – 17

Golf

US Open

Daly City

USA

19

Horse Racing

Royal Ascot

Ascot

UK

25 – 8 Jul

Tennis

Wimbledon All England Lawn Tennis Championships

London

UK

tbc

Volleyball

FIVB Beach Volleyball World Cup Final

tbc

15 – 17

Rowing

2012 Samsung World Rowing Cup III

Munich

Germany

15 – 20

Fencing

European Fencing Championships

Legano

Italy

16 – 22

Multi Sport

Asian Beach Games

Haiyang

China

10

Motor Racing

Canadian Grand Prix

Montreal

Canada

23 – 2 Jul

Canoeing

ICF Wildwater Canoeing World Championships

La Plagne

France

24

Motor Racing

European Grand Prix

Valenica

Spain

25 – Jul 1

Basketball

FIBA Diamond Ball for women

TBC

27 – 1 Jul

Athletics

European Championships

Helsinki

Finland Getty Images Sport

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JULY 2012

Date

Sport

Event

City

Country

1

Cycling

Tour de France Grand Depart

Liege

France

1

Football

UEFA Euro 2012 Final

Kiev

Ukraine

3

Yacht Racing

Volvo Ocean Race projected finish

Galway

Republic of Ireland

4–8

Dragon Boat

Club Crew World Championships

Hong Kong

Hong Kong

6–8

Rugby Union

Rugby-7 European Championship 2012

Odense

Denmark

8

Motor Racing

British Grand Prix

Silverstone

UK

10

Baseball

All Star Game

Kansas City

USA

13 – 22

Softball

ISF Women's World Championships

Whitehorse

Canada

14 – 19

Archery

World Archery Field Championships

Val d'Isere

France

14 – 20

Gymnastics

Eurogym

Coimbra

Portugal

14 – 22

Orienteering

World Orienteering Championships

Lausanne

Switzerland

19 – 22

Golf

British Open

Royal Lytham St Annes

UK

20 – 27

Squash

World Masters Championships

Birmingham UK

21 – 24

Basketball

ICF Canoe Marathon World Championships

TBC

22

Motor Racing

German Grand Prix

Hockenheim

Germany

27 – 12 Aug

Multi Sports

London 2012 Olympic Games

London

UK

29

Motor Racing

Hungarian Grand Prix

Budapest

Hungary Getty Images Sport

14


AUGUST 2012

Date

Sport

Event

City

Country

9 – 12

Golf

US PGA Championship

Kiawah Island Resort

USA

14 – 19

Rowing

World Rowing Championships

Plovdiv

Bulgaria

14 – 19

Archery

World Archery Field Championships

Val d'Isere

France

18

Football

English Football League season commences

Various

UK

25

Rugby League

Carnegie Challenge Cup Final

London

UK

27 – 9 Sep

Tennis

US Open

New York

USA

29 – 9 Sep

Multi Sports

London 2012 Paralympic Games

London

UK

29 – 9 Sep

Cycling

UCI Mountain Bike and Trials World Championships

Saalfelden

Austria

Getty Images Sport

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SEPTEMBER 2012

Date

Sport

Event

City

Country

1

Rowing

European Championship

Varese

Italy

1

Rugby Union

Premiership Season commences

Twickenham

UK

1-8

Kickboxing

WAKO World Junior Championships

Castlebar

Ireland

2

Motor Racing

Belgian Grand Prix

Spa

Belgium

5-9

Canoeing

ICF Canoe Polo World Championships

Poznan

Poland

9

Motor Racing

Italian Grand Prix

Monza

Italy

12

Sport Climbing

IFSC World Championships

Paris

France

14-16

Canoeing

ICF Dragon Boat World Championships

Milan

Italy

15-19

Cycling

UCI World Championship

Heerlen

Netherlands

18-Oct 7

Cricket

ICC World Twenty20

20-26

Shooting Sport

ISSF World Cup Final

Maribor

21-23

Table Tennis

Women's World Cup

TBA

21-23

Canoeing

ICF Canoe Marathon World Championships

Rome

Italy

22-23

Archery

Archery World Cup Final

Tokyo

Japan

23

Motor Racing

Singapore Grand Prix

Singapore

Singapore

23

Marathon

Berlin Marathon

Berlin

Germany

28-30

Golf

Ryder Cup

Medinah

USA

28-30

Table Tennis

Men's World Cup

TBA

Getty Images Sport

16

Sri Lanka Slovenia


OCTOBER 2012

Date

Sport

Event

City

Country

5-13

Fencing

World Team Championships

Kiev

Ukraine

6

Rugby League

Super League Grand Final

Manchester

UK

6-7

Cycling

UCI Mountain Bike Marathon World Championship

Ornans

France

7

Motor Racing

Japanese Grand Prix

Suzuka

Japan

Rugby Union

Bledislow Cup Three Match Series

Various

Australia

10-14

Cycling

2012 Tour of Beijing (UCI WorldTour)

Beijing

China

17-21

Table Tennis

European Table Tennis Championships 2012

Herning

Denmark

14

Motor Racing

Korean Grand Prix

Yeongam

S Korea

18-20

Gymnastics

European TeamGym Championships

Aarhus

Denmark

20-22

Triathlon

2012 ITU Triathlon World Championship Series Final

Auckland

New Zealand

21-27

Kickboxing

WAKO European Championships

Ankara

Turkey

22-28

Tennis

WTA Tour Championships

Istanbul

Turkey

28

Motor Racing

Indian Grand Prix

New Delhi

India Getty Images Sport

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NOVEMBER 2012

Date

Sport

Event

City

Country

4

Motor Racing

Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

Yas Marina Circuit

Abu Dhabi

4

Marathon

New York Marathon

New York

USA

5-11

Tennis

STP World Tour Finals

London

UK

6

Horse Racing

Melbourne Cup

Melbourne

Australia

11

Yacht Racing

Vendee Globe commences

Les Sables d'Olonne

France

11

Motor Cycling

MotoGP season final

Valencia

Spain

18

Motor Racing

US Grand Prix

Austin

USA

21-25

Karate

World Championships

Paris

France

22

Swimming

European Championship (25m)

Chartres

France

22-25

Table Tennis

World Team Cup

Dubai

UAE

23-25

Cycling

UCI Indoor World Championships

Aschaffenburg

Germany

25

Motor Sport

Brazilian Grand Prix

Sao Paolo

Brazil Getty Images Sport

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DECEMBER 2012

Date

Sport

Event

City

Country

1-9

Field Hockey

34th Men's Champions Trophy

TBA

Australia

3-10

Boxing

AIBA President Cup

3-16

Handball

EHF European Women's Euro

Various

Netherlands

6-9

Kickboxing

Pan-American Championships

Parana

Brazil

8-18

Football

FIFA Club World Cup

Various

Japan

12-16

Aquatics

World Swimming Championships (25m)

Istanbul

Turkey

13-21

Squash

Women's World Open

26

Cricket

Boxing Day Test

Melbourne

Australia

3-24

Sailing

European Championships Finn

Scarlino

Italy

TBA

Cayman Islands

Getty Images Sport

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CALENDAR 2013

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CALENDAR 2013

Date

Sport

Event

City

Country

Feb

Cricket

Women's Cricket World Cup

Feb

Multi sport

Winter Universiade

Maribor

Slovenia

May

Ice Hockey

IIHF World Championship

Helsinki/ Stockholm

Finland/ Sweden

Jun

Rugby Union

IRB Rugby World Cup Sevens

Moscow

Russia

Jun/Jul

Multi sport

Mediterranean Games

Volos-Larissa

Greece

Jul/Aug

Aquatics

15th FINA World Championships

Barcelona

Spain

Jul/Aug

Multi sport

World Games

Cali

Columbia

Aug

Athletics

14th IAAF World Chamionships in Athlectics

Moscow

Russia

Aug

Multi sport

Summer Universiade

Kazan

Russia

Aug

Netball

IFNA Congress and U21 Championships

Glasgow

UK

Sep

Volleyball

European Volleyball Championship

Various

Denmark

Sep

Canoeing

World Canoe Marathon Championships

Copenhagen

Denmark

Sept

Yacht Racing

34th Americas Cup

San Francisco

USA

Oct

Multi sport

SportAccord Combat Games

St Petersburg

Russia

Oct

Tennis

WTA Championships

Dec

Multi sport

South East Asian Games

Singapore

Singapore

India

Getty Images Sport

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CALENDAR 2014

Date

Sport

Event

City

Country

Feb

Multi sport

Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games

Sochi

Russia

Mar

Paralympic

Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games

Sochi

Russia

May

Ice Hockey

IIHF World Championship

Minsk

Belarus

Jun

Football

FIFA World Cup

Various

Brazil

Jun

Cricket

Asia Cup

Various

Sri Lanka

Jul

Multi sport

Commonwealth Games

Glasgow

UK

Aug

Basketball

FIBA World Championships for Men

Various

Spain

Aug

Multi sport

Youth Olympic Games

Nanjing

China

Aug

Equestrian

FEI World Equestrian Games

Caen

France

Sep

Golf

Ryder Cup

Gleneagles

Scotland

Oct

Multi sport

Asian Games

Incheon

S Korea

Dec

Aquatics

12th Fina World Swimming Championships (25m)

Catania

Italy

Getty Images Sport

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CALENDAR 2015

Date

Sport

Event

City

Country

Feb

Cricket

ICC Cricket World Cup

Various

Australia/ New Zealand

May

Ice Hockey

IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship

Prague/ Ostrava

Czech Republic

Jul

Multi Sport

Pan American Games

Toronto

Canada

Aug

Athletics

IAAF World Athletics Championships

Beijing

China

Sep

Rugby Union

IRB Rugby World Cup

Various

UK

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THE TOP 10 MEDIA RIGHTS DEALS OF 2010-11 SportBusiness Intelligence, the market intelligence and consultancy arm of the SportBusiness Group reviews the most valuable rights deals signed in the last 12 months and looks at the value of the top sports in Europe in terms of rights fee spend and how important the investment of the pay-television giants is for sport. The United States dominates the league table of top 10 sport rights deals signed in the 12 month period since September 2010. The world’s largest media market contributed six of the top 10 rights deal, each worth over $1 billion. The popularity of American football in the US was highlighted by pay-television operator ESPN’s huge fee for Monday Night Football covering the period 2014 to 2021. The eight-year deal, worth

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$1.9 billion a year, is a 73-per-cent increase on the $1.1 billion per year ESPN currently pays. The deal covers 17 regular season games per year and secures ESPN’s position as the cable channel with more NFL content than any other except for the league’s own NFL network. The US PGA tour’s estimated $4.5 billion nine-year extension with the CBS and NBC networks is understood to be a ‘modest’ increase on the previous contract, which


Top Ten Deals of 2010-11 Property

Sport

Territories covered

$m

Duration

Buyer

1

NFL Monday Night Football

American Football

US

15.2bn

8 years

ESPN

2

US PGA Tour *

Golf

US

4.5bn

9 years

CBS and NBC

3

Olympic Games

Olympics

US

4.38bn

4 Games

NBCU

4

Pacific-12 Conference

College sports

US

3bn

12 years

ESPN and Fox

5

French Ligue 1

Football

France

2.79bn

4 years

Canal Plus and Al Jazeera

6

National Hockey League

Ice Hockey

US

2bn

10 years

ComcastNBCU

7

Campeonato Série A**

Football

Brazil

1.89bn

3 years

Globo

8

Australian Football League

Aussie Rules

Australia

1.3bn

5 years

Foxtel, Seven and Telstra

9

Big 12

College sports

US

1.17bn

13 years

Fox

10

FIA Formula One World Championship

Formula One

UK

701

7 years

BBC and BSkyB

Based on the exchange rates on September 12: €1 = $1.37 / £1 = $1.59 / 1$ =A$0.96 Note: Deals covered from the period September 2010 to September 2011 *The US PGA Tour’s previous deal was reported to be worth $2.95 billion over six years, from 2007 to 2012. The new deal was done at modest increases. The $4.5 billion value has been calculated on this basis. The PGA does not reveal the value of its deals. **Deal value represents three-year deals from 2012 to 2014. Some of the deals between Globo and the clubs had been agreed for 2012 to 2015, but full details of these had not been confirmed at time of going to press.

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MEDIA

was worth just under $500 million per year. Some experts cited the decline of US golfer Tiger Woods as the main factor for the rights fee hitting a plateau. The first of Comcast-NBCU’s two entries in the top 10 is its four-Games Olympics deal worth $4.38 billion. The deal represents only a small increase on the $2.001 billion the International Olympic Committee earned for its US rights from the NBC network for the 2010 and 2012 Games. The Pacific-12 Conference’s 12 –year deal with the ESPN and Fox networks is the most lucrative television deal in the history of US college sports at $250 million per year, putting it fourth in the overall list. The previous deal with Fox and ESPN was worth $60 million per year. The agreement includes American football, basketball and some

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Olympic sports but allows the Pac-12 to hold back content for its own cable channel that it plans to launch. At number five, France’s domestic football league, the Ligue de Football Professionel, had the biggest rights deal outside of the United States at €2.04 billion. Pay-television operator Canal Plus will pay €1.68 billion, while Qatari satellite broadcaster will pay €360 million. The second entry in the top 10 for ComcastNBCU is its 10-year renewal of its rights for the National Hockey League, in a deal worth $2 billion, the biggest ever commercial deal for the NHL. The extension marked Comcast-NBCU’s first major deal since the cable operator officially acquired NBC Universal in January 2011.


The biggest deal in Latin America’s sports media rights history was Brazilian media group Globo’s club-by-club acquisition of teams that compete in the Campeonato Serie A, the top domestic football league. Globo’s total spend is understood to be around $630 million per year, up from the $250 million per year which was distributed evenly amongst the clubs in the current deal. Some of the deals announced so far have been for three years, and some for four years. The Australian Football League’s five-year deal, from 2012 to 2016, with pay-television operator Foxtel, commercial channel Seven and mobile operator Telstra, is worth A$1.253 billion (€949 million/$1.3 billion), made up of a combination

of cash (A$1.118 billion) and contra support. The fee is a 60-per-cent increase on the value of the current five-year deal. Number nine in the table is the second college sports rights deal in the top 10, with US pay-television broadcaster Fox Sports acquiring the exclusive cable television rights for the Big 12 Conference in a 13-year deal worth $90 million a year. Concluding the top 10 is the controversial seven-year Formula One deal in the UK, worth £441 million (€513 million/$701 million), up from the £210 million in the current deal. The deal will see some of the live coverage of the championship move exclusively to pay-television for the first time in the UK.

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MEDIA Total spend on TV sports rights in top five European markets in 2011: $8.5bn 79

4.4

4

2.2

1.9

% of total spend on TV sports rights in top five European markets Rights fess for 2010 and 2012 Olympic deals annualised

EUROPEAN POWERHOUSES The major pay-television powerhouses in Europe have all continued to improve financial performance and grow their subscriber bases throughout the recession years and the appeal of top sport – especially the top domestic football leagues – has been one of the key reasons why customers haven’t churned out despite squeezed household incomes. The importance of domestic leagues to paytelevision operators is underlined by a key finding from SportBusiness Intelligence, that broadcasters in the top five markets in Europe – France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the UK – invest just over half of their annual sports rights spend in the domestic rights for the top football leagues in each market. Overall, football accounts for 79 per cent of the total spend on sports rights, dwarfing all other sports. Formula One is the second biggest sport, ranked amongst the top five sports in terms of revenue

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spent in all markets, excluding the UK. Perhaps surprisingly, rugby union is the third biggest sport even though it isn’t considered a mainstream sport in three of the five markets. The Olympic Games, despite being a one-off event, attracts the fourth highest amount of revenue on an annualised basis. The UK is set apart from the other four markets because there is a greater diversity of sports which either attract big television audiences for free-toair broadcasters or act as subscriber drivers for pay-television companies. For example, football accounts for only 71 per cent of the total spend in 2011 – in other markets the proportion is higher (ranging from 76 to 90 per cent). But in the UK, in addition to the traditional big money earners like Formula One and the Olympic Games, a second tier of sports including rugby union, cricket, tennis and golf generates significant revenues.


UNDERSTAND THE SHIFTING TRENDS OF SPORTS MEDIA CONSUMPTION With technology driving the pace of change in the sports media industry faster than ever before, understanding how the media habits of sport consumers is changing across various platforms TV, internet and mobile - is important for all commercial stakeholders in sport – broadcasters and content buyers, sports federations, clubs, sponsors and brands. The first edition of this annual report by PERFORM, KantarSport and TV Sports Markets provides key data on the behaviour of sports fans and their media consumption in eight of the world’s biggest media markets, providing an understanding not only of general trends and consumption patterns across the globe but also the variations between different markets, making the report a must-have for any executive whose business is related to sports media coverage.

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Giving sponsors what they want: an extract from this year’s survey of sponsorship decision makers Each year SportBusiness conducts the Sponsorship Decision-Makers Survey with SMG YouGov. Under a guarantee of anonymity, 50 sponsors representing $multiple-billions invested in sport once again agreed to share their thoughts. Their responses make fascinating reading as well as giving an insight into the investment decisions being made by some of the most committed funders of sport. The first area we seek feedback on is always sponsorship spend and after a flat 2010 the responses

How do you see your spend on sponsorship changing?

Decreasing 5% Increasing substantially 12%

Remaining constant 28% Decreasing substantially 0%

to the 2011 survey were revelatory. Overall spend is set to increase for 61% of sponsors in the sample with a further 28% expecting no reduction. Deflationary pressures on rights values also look set to ease with 44% prepared to spend more and a further 34% with the same budget as previously. Whether sports properties will be successful in leveraging fee increases from sponsors will depend in part on how they respond to the points made strongly elsewhere in the survey responses.

How do you see your rights acquisition budget changing, if at all, in the same time period?

Not applicable 6%

Decreasing 10%

Not applicable 7%

Increasing substantially 13%

Increasing 49%

Remaining constant 34%

Increasing 31%

Decreasing substantially 0%

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BRands & maRketing

in previous years we have asked about activation mechanics to see what part sponsorship plays in the marketing mix. This year we asked sponsors to indicate whether the different ways of associating themselves with sport – in-stadia, broadcast, online, print, direct marketing, retail marketing and social media – had changed in relative importance. One might have predicted that online and social media would be of increasing importance to sponsors but a score of 91% is as close to unanimous as a survey of this type could get. Whilst responders were agreed that social media was more important, no such accord extended to other mechanics where the picture was much more mixed. hospitality in particular split the views of the panel as to its continued relevance. it is always interesting to tease out how brand marketers chose the sponsorship properties they do. We asked what was important to our sponsorship decision makers when it came to choosing particular sports properties. The choices were global reach, cSr and community reach, online reach and a strong connection with athletes. Separate responses were invited for each possibility.

online and social media 2010

2011

More important

75%

91%

Same

19%

7%

Less important

4%

0%

not applicable

2%

2%

When making sports sponsorship decisions, how important do you think each of the following are to your decision? 1. Global reach of property

3. ability of property to reach an online audience 2010

2011

very important

38%

33%

important

38%

47%

neither important nor unimportant

23%

15%

neither important nor unimportant

13%

6%

Unimportant

-

2%

Unimportant

2%

0%

not at all important

2%

0%

not at all important

-

0%

2. ability of property to meet cSr objectives

very important

2010

2011

very important

27%

47%

important

58%

47%

4. opportunity to connect athletes with brand

2010

2011

2010

2011

10%

20%

very important

27%

64%

important

65%

58%

important

50%

24%

neither important nor unimportant

21%

16%

neither important nor unimportant

15%

7%

Unimportant

4%

2%

Unimportant

6%

0%

not at all important

-

2%

not at all important

2%

0%

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There were clear differences in the answers to this question from 2010. The global reach of the sponsorship property has diminished in importance down from 38% last year. The ability of a property to reach an online audience remains as important as last year but the biggest move is in the connection with athletes up 11%. as elsewhere, brands seem increasingly to value what athletes can bring to their campaigns. wHaT SPonSorS fEEl aBouT SPorT and SPonSorSHiP Sponsorship is one of those industries where some of the brands involved tend to moan about the amounts they pay and the value they get. So to dig into this discontent we asked “Do you think sport is doing enough to meet your needs in… z Social media; z access to athletes; z cSr and z access to media content

although anecdotal evidence would suggest otherwise, sponsors are broadly satisfied with the service they get although by definition the group is obviously pre-disposed to value sponsorship. it is always interesting to ask what lies behind responses to this kind of question: are sponsors happy or do they simply accept that there are limits to what sport can be expected to do on their behalf? The biggest gripe seems to be around access to athletes. This chimes with suggestions elsewhere that many sponsors resent the limited time they have to engage the stars with their brands. The flipside of this response is that sports which are able to foster new, media-friendly faces are likely to be rewarded. Satisfaction with access to media content among our sample seems high which is surprising given repeated calls from some to have more unofficial and social media-friendly content.

is sport doing enough to meet your needs? in social media (new question for 2011) 28%

absolutely 16%

probably Maybe

28% 16%

not really absolutely not Don’t know

10% 2%

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BRands & marketing Finally, we asked a ‘blue-sky’ question to find out what was on the minds of our sponsors. The responses were revelatory. Some were very focused on the particular sports they had backed, but others had genuinely different and creative feedback. Among the highlights were: zz “Where are we heading? Are we sustainable?

Can we measure?” zz “How do small and medium-sized brands

achieve visibility and value for money from sports sponsorships?” zz “Consumer cut through and social media should be discussed.” zz “Solutions to the polarisation of spend in sport which leave some sports without investment.” zz “How can brands produce contents and new assets from the sponsorship?” zz “Integrating mobile technology to activate sponsorship.” Some conclusions Brands with the money to invest are in the driving seat in sport at the best of times: apart from the very largest properties, it is a buyers market. These are far from being the best of times and competition between sports properties and among agencies for sponsor’s budgets it intense. Two brief conclusions then from the survey data: zz For sports rights holders, you hold the key to connecting brands with athletes and on to consumers. It may not be easy and may require different contractual negotiations, but the clamour for access has increased over the past year and is likely to continue zz For agencies, brands will increase their spend with those who manage to translate sponsorship into activations that connect and engage consumers. Sponsorship activation has always been a creative business but, in turbulent economic times tangible results matter. SportBusiness is grateful to all our brands for contributing so freely to our survey. We are also indebted to SMG YouGov for their advice and facilitation. If you would like to register your interest in future surveys or learn more about our services for the sports marketing industry, contact Philip Savage, Publishing Director on +44 207 954 3430 or email me on phil.savage@sportbusiness.com

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Access to atheletes (new question for 2011 Absolutely

19%

Probably Maybe

35% 5%

Not really

27%

Absolutely not Don’t know

12% 2%

Access to atheletes (new question for 2011 Absolutely

13%

Probably

41%

Maybe

17%

Not really

16%

Absolutely not Don’t know

7% 2%

Access to atheletes (new question for 2011 Absolutely

31%

Probably

28%

Maybe

21%

Not really

16%

Absolutely not

2%

Don’t know

2%


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MAJOR EVENTS THE LIFEBLOOD OF THE SPORTS BUSINESS Major events are critical to the sports business. So why is there so little recognition of the role of event management? Events are the lifeblood of the multi-billion dollar global sports business. Without them there would be nothing‌. no tickets sold, no massive TV rights deals, no huge sponsorships to report. Events provide the stage on which sporting heroics are performed and the dramas, triumphs and tragedies of top level sport are played out in front of live audiences and millions more watching on televisions,. Major sports events grip the public imagination like little else. At the very top end of the scale, the world more or less stops during the Olympic Games and FIFA World Cup as we bask in an extended celebration of sport at its best. Elsewhere the impact is inevitably more polarised and localised but the fact remains that sports

events have become one of the few remaining truly shared experiences in an increasingly fragmented world. Over the years the scale and complexity of sports events has changed significantly. Today’s major events have become massive projects which demand levels of leadership, management, creativity and innovation normally associated with running a world-leading corporation. It should, therefore, come as no surprise that planning and management techniques previously used in commerce and industry are increasingly being employed in event management. The reasons are plain to see. Sports events have become so much more than the events themselves.

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EVENTS Bidding to host major events has itself become a major business sector. Programmes are planned and executed with all of the strategic guile of major political campaigns and national interests often determine that budgets are huge. The re-discovery that sports events can play a major role in creating or re-shaping perceptions of cities and nations has placed a premium on hosting major events. But winning the bid is no longer enough. Organising Committees, normally working in conjunction with governments, are anxious to make the most of their moments in the global spotlight. Consequently every effort is made to raise the bar and stage events which reflect the ambition of the hosts. The fervent desire is to be considered the best event ever‌until the next time. Naturally this has driven new levels of sophistication and professionalism within the event management sector, many of which are reflected in the pages of this special supplement. Estimates of the value of sports events are vast even when taken in isolation from the other major revenues streams of sport. The industry entertains more people than any other category of attraction; it employs tens of thousands of people across the globe and is certainly watched by a majority of the world’s population each year on television. Yet for all its status the sports event industry goes almost unrecognised. It has no trade association, no recognised qualifications and no standard vocabulary. It appears on no financial analyst’s charts and its major global players rarely make the pages of Forbes, Fortune or the Financial Times. Events have always played a vital part in the success of sport but recent years have seen a mushrooming in the number of competitions, leagues, championships, tours and games across the spectrum. Add to this events created by sponsors and a revival of some historic and traditional rivalries and the sector has clearly boomed. Even to the casual observer it is clear that the number of and attention given to sporting events has grown enormously. The drivers are, of course, sport itself but the proliferation of dedicated sports channels on television has also boosted growth. Put simply, sport sells newspapers and pay-TV subscriptions and delivers the eyeballs required by advertisers.

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FUELLING GROWTH Sports events rights holders have grown used to an inexorable rise in event revenues and have benefited from a boom in the demand for their product. As events have attracted greater investment from sponsors their desire to entertain clients and put on a show that matches their brand ambitions have pushed up the level of complexity. Broadcasters who have paid richly for the right to televise sport are looking for a visual feast and fans expectations of value for the inflated prices of their tickets have also been raised. Event organisers have matched these demands with ambitions of their own. They put on more and more impressive shows and used the full portfolio of staging, lighting, media and venue technology currently available. Against the backdrop of higher risk it is vital that event organisers examine how they go about their business. Sports events have traditionally suffered from a number of factors which contribute to risk and there is a pressing need to consider whether there might be a better way. The first of these factors is the lack of understanding, experience and professional expertise among many of the initiators of sports events. Poor decision making at the outset can plague events throughout their lives and inevitably brings time and cost overruns. As events have a fixed delivery date, these errors are rectified by throwing more money at projects, having staff work around the clock or paying higher fees to contractors to ensure that the show actually goes on. The second factor arises from the very complexity of events themselves and the differing perspectives of the various stakeholders. For sporting bodies awarding events to cities or countries, there is a clear interest in certainty of revenues to meet their financial objectives and obligations. For the host city, region or country the interest may be much more to do with economic

impact, place branding or local employment. For event sponsors they need the hospitality, activation or product placement opportunities they have paid for and what works in the stadium may be at odds with the needs of broadcasters for a TV audience. A failure to reconcile these interests and agree a primacy of purpose can result in bitter wrangles and unmet expectations. Critically there is a tendency to reinvent every aspect of the event from scratch every time. While the larger properties have made efforts to transfer event knowledge between organising committees, the majority are content to give over a high degree of responsibility to local organisers. These in turn are determined to make their mark and keen to deliver on promises to award contracts to local companies. In combination these can produce a mentality of suspicion of anything which is not ‘invented here’ and a woeful amount of reuse of temporary facilities and equipment. Tendering rules are held up as a reason for this but the profligate use of resources that results is wasteful and expensive. This last tendency has also produced a position in the sports event management industry where there is very little standardisation. With every organiser inventing each aspect of their event, the use of standard techniques, approaches, materials, structures and terminology is practically non-existent. Granted there are differences between events but industries with far higher variability have found ways of achieving the gains of standardisation and they are available to sport too. Events are often judged to have been a success or failure on very subjective measures with no attempt made to capture lessons learned. Progress is monitored closely in the run up to and for the duration of the event but afterwards the emphasis is on shutting up shop as quickly as possible.

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EVENTS MEASURING SUCCESS A count is kept, of course, of tickets sold, viewers of TV coverage, winner’s medals etc. but this provides only one type of assessment. When events and competitions are sold to potential hosts, to sponsors and broadcasters and to the live audience they are promised an experience of a lifetime. But too often everyone moves onto the next event and little or no time is spent working out whether the event really delivered. Measurement is never the most sexy activity but it is vital to learn lessons, assess results and drive improvements. One difficulty is simply the range of stakeholders with varying objectives. An event brings together many different parties each of whom are involved for their own specific reasons and normally each will be expected to review how the event worked for them. Sponsors will not expect event organisers to assess the boost to their brand, neither will athletes need a report from organisers on their performance. The event organising team will, however, gain vital insights from understanding the experience of all parties. They will have planned to accommodate hospitality services, camera crews, medal ceremonies and VIP guests and should be keen to know whether each groups needs were met. One main stakeholder group often ignored in the afterglow of an event is the local community. They will have been promised that the disruption and expense of hosting will bring lasting benefits but typically the rights holder will move on and the organising committee will disband leaving locals to pick up the pieces. Studies will be done into legacy and great claims made but rarely will these really capture the experience of those directly affected.

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Destination london

An ‘Event-Full’ year! London has always been an iconic destination for event goers with its offer of a range of international sports staged every month of the year, but 2012 promises to be the ultimate sporting year! The eyes of the world are firmly set on London and the city is ready to put on one hell of a show. Here the Major Events team at the official promotional organisation for the capital London & Partners sum up what’s in store for the next twelve months and some of the sporting highlights that you can’t afford to miss. The UK’s capital is set to see one of its busiest years for major sporting events for over a decade with numerous world-class events taking place in London throughout 2012. Obviously the jewel in the sports crown will be the world’s most famous sporting event the Olympic and Paralympic Games but before and after the summer months London will of course still be hosting a raft of world-class sporting events. “2012 really is going to be an incredibly exciting time for London” says Iain Edmondson, Head of the Major Events team at London & Partners. “The Olympic and Paralympic Games are at the heart of next year’s activities but of course people shouldn’t forget the raft of the popular repeat sporting events which are here and ready to be enjoyed. Events such as the always popular NFL Season Games – which takes place every October at Wembley Stadium, then there’s the ATP Tennis which moved to London’s O2 Arena in 2009 and has seen incredible growth. And obviously add to that such sporting event royalty as the London Marathon and the Wimbledon Championships, and it really does mean London’s offering every sports fan an option to celebrate in 2012.” Edmondson adds: “Obviously we’re delighted as a city to be hosting so many sporting events next year, and the hard work of our major events team in making London such a mecca for sport was rewarded last month when London collected the Gold award for Sport City of the Year at the International Sports Event Management Awards 2011. It was such an honour to collect that award, as a team we’ve been working with many of the big sports federations and brands for a number of years but to be recognised in 2011 as the best global sports city was a real moment for us.” And when asked what will happen after the Olympics have left town – Edmondson confidently adds: “London wants to remain the leading sports

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city. Over the last decade, London has transformed itself to become recognised globally as a leading city for major sporting events, and we’re determined to ensure it stays that way. “Since the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games bid was announced six years ago, we’ve been working hard to ensure that all the enhancements to our city leading up to the Games continue to be of benefit to both the international community and Londoners alike long after 2012. Winning the right to host the World Athletics Championships in 2017 in addition to London 2012 reinforces London’s position as a global leader for major sporting events and is testament to the investment we are demonstrating for the future of the capital and the lasting legacy of the Olympic Games.” He adds: “As well as World Athletics Championships in 2017 win, London has already won the bid to host major sporting events post-2012 including the 2013 UEFA Champions League Final, the 2013 ITU World Championship Series Triathlon Grand Final and the 2015 Canoe Slalom World Championships so things really are shaping up for what is going to be an exciting post-Games period too.” London has already won the bid to host major sporting events post-2012 including the 2013 UEFA Champions League Final, the 2013 ITU World Championship Series Triathlon Grand Final and the 2015 Canoe Slalom World Championships so things really are shaping up for what is going to be an exciting post-Games period too.” When asked about London’s sporting heritage at the 2011 SportAccord Convention the Mayor of London Boris Johnson highlighted his support of the sport business industry saying: “London is rich in sporting heritage and is a natural backdrop for successful, profitable international sports events. It already boasts some of the world’s most iconic sports arenas and our new state of the art 2012 sports venues are steadily being delivered ahead of schedule. The best Games legacy for London would be to welcome many more major events to our capital.”


So what can you look forward to as a sports fan next year? Here we take a look a just a few of the sports highlights taking place next year: Calendar of London 2012 sports: JANUARY

10 – 17th

Gymnastics Olympic Qualifier

The O2 Arena

FEBRUARY

21 – 26th

UCI Track Cycling World Cup

Olympic Park Velodrome

MARCH

APRIL

MAY

JUNE

JULY

AUGUST

20 – 26th

FINA Diving World Cup

Olympic Park Aquatic Centre

25th

Six Nations Rugby – England v Wales

Twickenham Stadium

3 – 12th

British Swimming Championships

Olympic Park Aquatic Centre

17th

Six Nations Rugby – England v Ireland

Twickenham Stadium

31st

National Lottery Olympic Park Run

East London / Olympic Park

7th

The Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race

Putney to Mortlake

18 – 22nd

FINA Synchronised Swimming Olympic Qualifier

Olympic Park Aquatic Centre

18 – 29th

ISSF Shooting World Cup

Woolwich Royal Artillery Barracks

22nd

Virgin London Marathon

City Wide

2 – 6th

LOCOG Hockey International Invitational

Olympic Park Hockey Centre

2 – 6th

ITF 3 Event (Wheelchair Tennis)

Eton Manor

4 – 7th

British Universities & Colleges Sport Championships

Olympic Stadium

8th

London Disability Grand Prix

Olympic Stadium

12 – 13th

IRB Rugby World Sevens

Twickenham Stadium

18 – 20th

Rugby Heineken Cup

Trafalgar Square

19th

Rugby Heineken Cup Final

Twickenham Stadium

11 – 17th

AEGON International Tennis

Queens Club

18 Jun – 1 Jul

The Championships – Wimbledon

All England Club, Wimbledon

21 Jun – 9th Sep

London 2012 Festival

Various

4 – 5th

London Youth Games (finals weekend)

Crystal Palace

7 – 15th

Big Dance

Various

24 – 25th

Aviva London Grand Prix (Samsung Diamond League)

Crystal Palace

27th

Olympic Opening Ceremony

Olympic Park

27th Jul – 12th Aug

Olympic Games

Various

14th

Olympic Athletes Parade

Olympic Park

29th

Paralympics Opening Ceremony

Olympic Park

29th Aug – 9th Sep

Paralympics Games

Various

SEPTEMBER

22 – 23rd

The London Triathlon

ExCeL London

OCTOBER

TBC

NFL International Series game

Wembley Stadium

26 – 27th

Relentless Freeze Festival 2012

Battersea Par

NOVEMBER

20 – 27th

ATP World Tour Final

The O2 Arena

TBC

Autumn Rugby International

Twickenham Stadium

DECEMBER

30th Nov – 4th Dec

AEGON Masters Tennis

Royal Albert Hall

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Destination london Think you know all of London’s sporting events – think again…here are just a few of the quirky sporting events taking place in London London Chessboxing Show – 10th March 2012 Chessboxing brings together the physical training, dedication and agility required in boxing with the strategic, forward-thinking and concentration skills required for chess. Players of chessboxing combine a boxing training session with a chess challenge. Each session starts with warm up exercises, stretching, boxing technique and bag and pad-work, then during regular three to five minute recovery periods, competitors either play chess or tackle some tactics training. http://londonchessboxing.com/ Great Spitalfields Pancake Race, Spitalfields – mid-February 2012 (day before lent) Annual sponsored race where teams of four in fancy dress race up and down Dray Walk next to the Old Truman Brewery in historic Spitalfields for charity. Winners of the race receive the coveted engraved frying pan.Old Truman Brewery, 91 Brick Lane, Spitalfields E1 6QL

Peter Pan Swim – Serpentine Lake in Hyde Park on 25th December 2012 Taking place on Christmas morning, this event dates back to 1864 when the author of the children’s classic, J M Barrie, presented the Peter Pan Cup. Dozens of men and women plunge into the Serpentine in Hyde Park to swim the 100 yards in temperatures just above freezing to spectators cheering on the banks. Only members of the Serpentine Swimming Club may take part in the race. Kite Festival – mid June 2012 With around 25,000 bike and kite lovers in attendance, the Blackheath Bike and Kite Festival is packed full of high drama from professional kite flying displays with competitors from around the world. The festival also features plenty of activities for children and young people with slaloms, slow races and limbos.

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Havas Sports & Entertainment is the global brand engagement agency of the Havas Group. Our 30 offices in 20 markets deliver strategically sound creative solutions based on insight, experience and a deep understanding of what binds people together into communities: shared passions. Since we’re fans in our own right, we know exactly how we’d like to be communicated with, be this through sponsorship, branded content, social networks, live brand experiences…We recommend the right solutions to ensure ongoing meaningful relationships with brands’ current and future fans.

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fans. passions. brands.

Havas Sports & Entertainment 2 allée de Longchamp 92281 Suresnes France Jérôme de Chaunac, Global COO t. +33 (0)1 58 47 82 66 e. jerome.de-chaunac@havas-se.com Havas Sports & Entertainment UK 1 Bedford Avenue, 5th Floor London, WC1B3AU United Kingdom Keith Impey, CEO, Havas Sports & Entertainment UK t. +44 207 759 2049 e. keith.impey@havas-se.com www.havas-se.com www.facebook.com/havas.se www.twitter.com/havas_se

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AGENCIES

Founded in 1991, Havas Sports & Entertainment (HS&E) now boasts 30 offices in 20 markets around the globe, with several more slated to open in 2012. From humble beginnings as a one-off independent sports and lifestyle marketing agency based in Paris, France, a period of organic growth and carefully selected agency acquisitions has allowed us in less than 5 years, to double our size and our global footprint, making us one of the fastest growing agencies in the world. Today, Havas Sports & Entertainment is recognized as the brand engagement agency of the Havas Group, working with blue chip companies on a global basis, to leading national brands on a per market/multi market basis. Our teams around the world deliver strategically sound creative solutions based on insight, experience and a deep understanding of what binds people together into communities: shared passions. As part of the agency’s ongoing commitment to evolve and contribute to the sporting world, HS&E is gearing up for the fourth edition of its proprietary event, the Global Sports Forum Barcelona (GSFB). This coming March, organizing committees, sports sponsorship practitioners, politicians, rights holders,

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agencies, internationally celebrated athletes and brands from around the world will gather together to discuss the topic, “What’s next in sports?” Lucien Boyer, CEO of HS&E and Commissioner of the Global Sports Forum Barcelona, recently met with All Black Rugby legend Jonah Lomu. Lomu is a member of the GSFB honorary board and has been a supporter of the conference from its start. Here he takes some time to ask Boyer about how the GSFB came to be, and shed some light on his own ongoing commitment. The 2011 edition featured speakers from various sporting backgrounds, including athletics Paralympics star Oscar Pistorius (pictured above), Sochi 2014 Organizing Committee President Dmitry Cherynshenko, women’s soccer pioneer Mia Hamm, French Minister of Sports Chantal Jouanno, professional soccer star Didier Drogba (Ivory Coast and Chelsea FC) and President of the Rio 2016 Organizing Committee, Carlos Nuzman. JL: “Lucien, the Global Sports Forum is definitely a unique event: what drove you to launch this type of conference given there are already so many in this space?” LB “I’ve been involved in the sports marketing industry for nearly 30 years now and I’ve seen many


changes take place. One thing I realized was that sport touches everything: politics, tourism, you name it, and of course the digital world. With change comes debate. This sparked a little nugget of an idea about gathering sports stakeholders to debate what would happen next in sports, now and 10 years down the line, when it really matters. When I looked around I didn’t find one conference that focused on this long term vision of the impact of sports in the future and therefore felt confident that there was an opportunity to create something new. Fortunately this idea was a natural fit with the City of Barcelona’s strategy and DNA at the time. Four years later we are still hosted by this great sporting and cultural destination, thus allowing us to actively debate, network, build business and connect potential partners, returning home with insights and tools to help us all drive new projects. Jonah, this year you became heavily involved in the GSFB’s year-round digital discussion and took on a much more hands-on role: could you tell me a bit about that? JL: Thanks Lucien. I witnessed first-hand how sport can be a unique force in life. For me, it’s something that touches everything I do - it always has and always will.

This past March in Barcelona I took a group of primary school children to the local field to do a rugby clinic and talk to them about some of the key values of life, which are also reflected in sport. LB: It’s great to have you on board. You’re a fantastic inspiration for children everywhere, and given there’s a growing focus on young people and what they can bring to the table through the Olympic movement, new sports practices, emerging sports, or as ambassadors for healthy lifestyles in the battle against obesity, having ambassadors such as yourself involved are a real boost for all of us working in sports. This year, several sessions will focus on these topics, as well as sports in emerging markets, hosting mega-sporting events , the effect on host nations, sport and video games, sport and philanthropy...There is so much to discuss, debate and celebrate. We’re looking forward to welcoming sports practitioners from around the world to Barcelona, March 7th - 9th. Thanks for your time Jonah. See you in March if not before then.” www.globalsportsforum.org

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Deep Red Creative

RedTorch

Deep Red Creative is a design and marketing agency serving clients all over the UK working within the Sports and Retail market. It deals with strategic and creative marketing for campaigns and projects across all media. Deep Red Creative is the culmination of several years of experience in the graphic design and marketing industries working with some of the UK’s best known brands on projects including brand development and management, product marketing, sponsorship campaigns and both online and press advertising. Contact: Sarah Mammatt E: sarah@deepredcreative.com www.deepredcreative.com search deepredcreative for social media

We Listen, We Think, We Do RedTorch provides commercial strategy, sales and marketing services for rights holders, associations, organising committees, cities and national sports organisations. Our clients include: • SportAccord Convention • FINA World Aquatics Convention • The Sports Journalists’ Association of Great Britain • Québec City Believing that every successful partnership starts with listening, we would be delighted to hear from you. Contact: Jonny Murch, Director T: +44 (0)207 036 8082 E: jonny.murch@redtorch.co www.redtorch.co

Fulford Public Relations

Professional Sports Group

Fulford Public Relations is an award winning agency in Singapore, with core practices spanning local and regional sports and lifestyle industries. Key sports expertise includes the Formula 1™ SingTel Singapore Grand Prix, World Netball Championships 2011, FINA/ Arena Swimming World Cup 20072011, Volvo Ocean Race, Standard Chartered Marathon Singapore 2005-2011 among others. Part of the Ingenious Media Active Capital Group, Fulford PR has offices in the UK and Hong Kong with sister agency, brandRapport.

Professional Sports Group is an innovative and results-driven PR and marketing consultancy with global experience and contacts. Clients include Etihad Airways, Nestle, Tag Heuer, The Boat Race, Titleist and Troon Golf. With Digital, Event Management, Marketing, Media Buying, Press Office, PR and Strategic expertise in-house, PSG has an enviable track record for delivering bespoke solutions to effectively meet client objectives. Contact: David Silvers (UK) T: +44 1276 858930 E: david@profsports.com Jamie Cunningham (International) T: +971 2 441 8122 E: jamie@profsports.com www.profsports.com

Contact: Linda Fulford T: (+65) 6324 2268 E: lfulford@fulfordpr.com www.fulfordpr.com

Two Up Front

Based in Hong Kong and boasting a dedication to quality, professionalism and innovation, we are Asia’s premier sports PR, publishing and event management team. Our successes include European Tour and Asian Tour golf, ATP and WTA tennis, ICCsanctioned cricket, FIA motor racing, IRB rugby, EPL football, equestrianism and more. An independent, multilingual company with Asiawide know-how and global reach, we provide innovative PR campaigns, standard-setting event publications and outstanding media and event management. Contact: Niall Donnelly T: +852 2854 2135 E: niall@tuf.com.hk www.tuf.com.hk

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World leading sports branding organisation Grapefruit Graphics is an established company at the forefront of the branding industry. Operating across all sporting arenas, whilst specialising in the marine and winter sports industries, we can share our extensive knowledge of brand presentation and insight into sporting environments to ensure sponsors get maximum exposure and effective results. Grapefruit Graphics Ltd, Unit 12, Fulcrum 4, Solent Way, Whiteley, Fareham, Hampshire PO15 7FT Tel: +44 (0) 1489 570055 • Email: sales@grapefruitgraphics.co.uk • Fax: +44 (0) 1489 570066

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AGENCIES Airton Risk Management

Euroasia Sports

Airton Risk Management is a division of Paddy Power plc which is quoted on the London and Dublin Stock exchanges.

At Euroasia Sports, we provide services geared towards ensuring maximum return in sports-related projects by using our expertise in the fields of business management and the sports sector for all institutions and establishments we work with. Amongst our clients which benefit from our services in the areas of realizing their projects at international standards and institutionalization are the General Directorate of Youth & Sports (GSGM), which is topmost institution in Turkish Sports, as well as various Turkish Sports Federations.

“We offer our clients contracts that enable them to offset the financial risk of future uncertain events. Our speciality is sports related risk but we are equally comfortable helping clients with non sports related risk such as weather. Whether you are a Football Club wanting to eliminate the impact of Player Bonuses or a Car Dealer wanting to offer significant rebates on car sales we are able to help.”

Contact: Deniz Silistre T: +(90) 212 211 59 00 E: deniz@euroasiasports.com www.euroasiasports.com

Contact: Rod O’Callaghan T: +353 1 656 3958 F: +353 1 656 3970 E: rocallaghan@airtonrisk.com www.airtonrisk.com

Calacus

Deep Red Creative

Calacus provides bespoke public relations consultancy that delivers first class results. We deliver national and international campaigns for a wide range of sports events, sponsors, corporations, foundations, administrators and athletes and we have staged events and campaigns across the world, from London to Beijing. We specialise in media relations, message development, issues and crisis management and campaign planning and activation.

Deep Red Creative is a design and marketing agency serving clients all over the UK working within the Sports and Retail market. It deals with strategic and creative marketing for campaigns and projects across all media. Deep Red Creative is the culmination of several years of experience in the graphic design and marketing industries working with some of the UK’s best known brands on projects including brand development and management, product marketing, sponsorship campaigns and both online and press advertising. Contact: Sarah Mammatt E: sarah@deepredcreative.com www.deepredcreative.com search deepredcreative for social media

Contact: David Alexander Managing Director T: +44 (0) 844 3573701 E: info@calacus.com Twitter: @calacus www.calacus.com

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Infront Sports & Media

Havas Sports & Entertainment is the global brand engagement agency of the Havas Group. Our 30 offices in 20 markets deliver strategically sound creative solutions based on insight, experience and a deep understanding of what binds people together into communities: shared passions. We recommend the right solutions to ensure ongoing meaningful relationships with brands’ current and future fans, be this through sponsorship, branded content, social networks, live brand experiences… Contact: Fredda Hurwitz Global VP Strategic Planning, Marketing & Communications T: +44 20 7759 2073 E: fredda.hurwitz@havas-se.com www.havas-se.com

IMG Consulting

IMG Consulting harnesses the expertise, influence and resources of the most powerful sports and entertainment agency in the world, to deliver world class advice and sponsorship programmes to our corporate clients. Our scope of work ranges from strategic planning and evaluation to activation ideas and implementation and we specialise in offering our clients the following services: • Olympic Consulting • Managing international brand sponsorship campaigns • Exploring emerging markets Negotiation with rights holders • IMG www.imgworld.com T: +44 (0) 208 233 5300 F: +44 (0) 208 233 6476 Contact: Rob Mason SVP & Managing Director E: rob.mason@imgworld.com

Infront Sports & Media, based in Zug, Switzerland, is one of the leading international sports marketing companies in the world, contributing to more than 3,000 event days of top sport annually. The full-service agency consults rights holders and organising committees in most areas of the sports marketing value chain including distribution of media rights, host broadcast, production, event operations, brand development and sponsorship. Infront also advises sponsors in the activation of their marketing rights. Contact: T: +41-41-723 15 15 E: info@infrontsports.com www.infrontsports.com

JTA

JTA provides winning strategic, creative communications and international relations consultancy for clients in the International Sports Movement. We have helped mastermind three successful Olympic bid campaigns - most recently, Sochi 2014 and have since been retained by the Sochi 2014 Organising Committee. Other JTA clients include Manchester United FC, Generations For Peace, European Athletics, Bosco, the Badminton World Federation and the Russian International Olympic University. Contact: Jon Tibbs, CEO T: +44 (0)1892 860860 E: jon@jtassocs.com www.jtassocs.com twitter.com/Team_JTA

pmplegacy

pmplegacy is an international management consultancy working with clients on both global sporting events and global sports projects. Our global sporting events consultancy services include: • Evaluating • Bidding • Planning • Delivering As a leading global sports project consultancy, we have also worked on major sport, leisure and tourism projects around the world for over 20 years. These projects range from initial feasibility studies to strategy development. We answer those important client questions of what, where, why, how, when and who with. Contact: Cathy Livock T: +44(0)7887 546495 E: cathylivock@pmplegacy.com www.pmplegacy.com

Professional Sports Group

Professional Sports Group is an award-winning sponsorship consultancy. With 12 years of global experience and contacts, we are known for our ability to deliver and our commitment to innovate. With Athlete, Digital, Events, Media and Rights Holder expertise, we provide bespoke services for sponsors from F1 to Football, Olympic Sports to Golf. Clients / rights holders include Etihad Airways, Ferrari, Man City FC and Nestle. Contact: Michela Chiappa (UK) T: +44 1276 858930 E: michela@profsports.com Emma Kettle (International) T: +971 2 441 8122 E: emma@profsports.com www.profsports.com

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Agencies RedTorch

Rushmans

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We Listen, We Think, We Do RedTorch provides commercial strategy, sales and marketing services for rights holders, associations, organising committees, cities and national sports organisations. Our clients include: SportAccord Convention • FINA World Aquatics • Convention The Sports Journalists’ • Association of Great Britain Québec City • Believing that every successful partnership starts with listening, we would be delighted to hear from you. Contact: Jonny Murch, Director T: +44 (0)207 036 8082 E: jonny.murch@redtorch.co www.redtorch.co

We create inspiring content – in print publications, digital media and for live events. Our unique track record includes working with IFs and sponsors as well as winning Olympic and other bids, including London 2012 and Rio 2016. Now, we are on hand to help bring your story alive in London in 2012 and beyond. We work with brands, campaigns and federations, helping you to build relationships and achieve results. Our expertise includes narrative development; speechwriting and presentation support; copywriting, graphic design and full publishing services. Contact: T: 0207 240 2643 E: nick.varley@seven46.com www.seven46.com

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Rushmans is a consultancy and international event management company engaged in all aspects of major sport and political events worldwide. Working for sports governing bodies, local organising committees, bidding committees and sport’s essential commercial and media partners. Rushmans draws on its 30 years of experience to ensure its clients achieve their goals and maximise the value of their projects. Rushmans are able to fulfil consultancy or complete turnkey major event management solutions over a period of years across all major event disciplines or one Functional Area such as Press Operations, Broadcast Services, Accreditation, Safety and Security, VIP and Protocol to name a few. In practical terms this means putting experienced international senior managers on the ground in territories to work with local resource to achieve success, thereby leaving a legacy and pool of experienced in-country professionals, capable of operating to the highest world class standards. Rushmans has a reputation for delivering first class results for large or small projects, whatever or wherever they are. For further information visit: T: +44 (0)1264 852 010 E: info@rushmans.com www.rushmans.com

SMG Insight delivers leading edge research and consulting solutions for world-leading sports governing bodies, sponsors and sports investors in order to meet their strategic and business objectives. Through partnership with YouGov, the leading global consumer insights providers, our new generation sports research company (SMG / YouGov), offers a combination of thought leadership, strategic insight and comprehensive data analysis that enables our global clients to achieve a higher return on investment from sports sponsorship, investment and marketing. Contact: T: + 44 (0) 20 7012 6000 E: info@smg-insight.com www.smg-insight.com

Smith Sponsorship

Smith Sponsorship is a sponsorship consultancy experienced in delivering high profile activity based on straightforward principles. We’re here to act as advocates and advisors for brands as they build their businesses through partnerships and associations. No two challenges are the same, and each requires individually tailored solutions created by experts with the right mix of creativity and pragmatism, who have a broad understanding of delivering - from strategy through to activation. Contact: Richard James-Murray T: 0845 6446521 E: richard.james-murray@ smithsponsorship.com www.smithsponsorship.com

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The Sports Consultancy

An international professional services firm, we are trusted by sponsors and rights-holders to deliver award-winning sponsorship solutions and increase revenues. Our strategic counsel, coupled with creative but pragmatic implementation and a robust approach to evaluation, ensures that your campaigns deliver measurable, high impact results. Pantone Cool Grey 11c

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“Sponsorship Consulting transformed [our] understanding of sponsorship, our position in the marketplace and our approach” (Josie Byrne, NEC Group). Contact: Pippa Collett T: +44 (0)20 7147 9957 E: pippa.collett@ sponsorshipconsulting.co.uk www.sponsorshipconsulting.co.uk

The Sports Consultancy creates and delivers innovative business solutions in sports for brands, rights holders, facilities and public sector clients. Our commercial, marketing and legal expertise enables our clients to maximise investment returns from sponsorship, broadcasting, licensing and event bidding and hosting. Contact: Angus Buchanan or Robert Datnow T: +44 (0) 207 229 4449 E: info@thesportsconsultancy.com The Sports Consultancy 81 Gower Street LONDON WC1E 6HJ www.thesportsconsultancy.com

SMG Sports

A joint venture between Sports Revolution and Starcom MediaVest Group UK, SMG Sports is a medialed sports marketing consultancy, combining high-level media intelligence and communications planning with sports industry expertise. SMG Sports’ offering is designed to maximise sports marketing opportunities for Starcom MediaVest Group UK’s clients. These include some of the biggest brands in sport, such as UBS, Heineken, Samsung, BUPA and Emirates. Contact: Robin Clarke, SMG Sports T: +44 (0)20 7190 8174 E: robin.clarke@smgsports.co.uk

Velocity Brand Management Velocity Brand Management Velocity Brand Management Velocity Brand Management Velocity Brand Management Specialising in creating licensing and Specialising in creating and merchandising programslicensing for sporting merchandising programs for sporting Specialisingand in creating and federations events, licensing VBM holds federations andprograms events, VBM holds merchandising for sporting exclusive representation agreements Specialising in creating licensing and exclusive agreements federations andlicensing events, VBM holdsfor to managerepresentation the programs merchandising programs for sporting Specialising in licensing creating licensing and to manage the programs for exclusive representation agreements numerous international federations andprograms events, and VBM holds merchandising fornational sporting numerous international and national to manage the licensing programs for sporting teams and major events. exclusive representation agreements federations andand events, VBM holds sporting teams major events. numerous international and national Based out of Sydney, VBM has offices to manage the licensing programs for exclusive representation agreements Based out of Sydney, VBM has offices sporting teams andNew major events. globally including Zealand, numerous international and national to manage the licensing programs for globally including NewVBM Zealand, Based out of India. Sydney, has offices England and sporting teams and major events. numerous international and national England and India.New Zealand, globally including Based out of Sydney, VBMevents. has offices For further information please contact: sporting teams and major England and India. For further information please contact: globally including New Zealand, Based out of Sydney, has offices Australia/New Zealand:VBM James Ashworth For further information please contact: England including and India. Australia/New Zealand: Ashworth globally New James Zealand, jashworth@velocitybrandmanagement.com jashworth@velocitybrandmanagement.com Australia/New Zealand:please Jamescontact: Ashworth England and India. For further information UK/Europe: Sarah Bohner jashworth@velocitybrandmanagement.com UK/Europe: Sarah Bohner For further information please Australia/New Zealand: Jamescontact: Ashworth sarahb@velocitybrandmanagement.com sarahb@velocitybrandmanagement.com UK/Europe: Sarah Bohner jashworth@velocitybrandmanagement.com Australia/New Zealand: James Ashworth Sub Continent: Aaron Bester sarahb@velocitybrandmanagement.com Sub Continent: Aaron Bester jashworth@velocitybrandmanagement.com UK/Europe: Sarah Bohner abester@velocitybrandmanagement.com abester@velocitybrandmanagement.com Sub Continent: Aaron Bester sarahb@velocitybrandmanagement.com UK/Europe: Sarah Bohner www.velocitybrandmanagement.com abester@velocitybrandmanagement.com www.velocitybrandmanagement.com sarahb@velocitybrandmanagement.com Sub Continent: Aaron Bester www.velocitybrandmanagement.com abester@velocitybrandmanagement.com Sub Continent: Aaron Bester abester@velocitybrandmanagement.com www.velocitybrandmanagement.com

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Connecting ambitious host cities Connecting with progressive ambitious host cities Connecting sports federations with progressive ambitious host cities sports federations with progressive sports federations

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VERO works with clients across the business of sport. Our purpose is to offer a narrative-based and campaigning approach to communications, brand building, media relations, stakeholder engagement and media management. Most recently VERO worked with the successful Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup and PyeongChang 2018 Winter Games bids. We find the truth at the heart of your story and tell it in the right way, through PR, marketing and events – to media, to sport, to decision makers, to governments, to business, to the public. Contact: Selina Faircloth T: +44 (0)20 7379 4000 F: +44 (0)20 7836 5812 E: sfaircloth@verocom.co.uk www.verocom.co.uk

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AGENCIES WNY

WNY is a production company delivering project management, construction and technical services to the sporting and entertainment sectors. Our clients choose us because of our consistent approach to achieving the very highest standards of quality and the assurance of successful delivery. Our services include:• Project management • Overlay construction management and design/build • Technical direction of sponsor showcasing Contact: Ben Price T: +44 (0)203 178 2023 E: bprice@wnyproductions.com www.wnyproductions.com

Sponsorship Works 2011

With 21 brand new sports sponsorship case studies from some of the biggest brands, agencies and properties in the world, you get a rare behind the scenes look at full sponsorship campaigns from planning through to evaluation. To help you maximise your sponsorship potential, each case study is broken down so you can see the details of the strategy behind the sponsorship, what the brand set out to achieve and why the property was chosen. For further information: T: +44 (0) 207 484 3514 E: infoteam@sportbusiness.com www.sportbusiness.com/ sponsorship-works-mp When calling please quote: 12170/MP

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A NEW service from SportBusiness giving you actionable data and insight in the business of sports marketing including: • Valuations, trend data and deal context • Sector-by-sector reports main sponsorship industries • Who sponsors from main industry sectors • What do they sponsor and what do they pay • What are they trying to achieve • What are their key performance measurements • Renewal cycles for major sponsors and sports properties • Independent assessments of deals and activation Serious players in sponsorship need great data to get results and this is why you need Sports Marketing Frontiers. Benchmark valuations, determine ROIs and track renewals with the best intelligence in the business. Plus here from the people that are spending the money and how they are making sponsorship work for them. Sports Marketing Frontiers is… • A searchable database of over 9,000 sponsorship deals with a suite of customisable reports • A weekly bulletin of news complete with context and analysis • A monthly newsletter with data driven insight and actionable information • An annual survey and report into sponsorship decision makers • Your best source of insight and intelligence in world sponsorship For full details and to request an information pack please visit www.sportbusiness.com/frontiers-mp E: chris.beadle@sportbusiness.com

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There are some things you just can’t do without. SportBusiness Intelligence is one of them. Our services and expertise deliver winning solutions for your business. Find out more by contacting Ben Speight at ben@sb-intelligence.com

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Specialising in creating licensing and merchandising programs for sporting federations and events, VBM holds exclusive representation agreements to manage the licensing programs for numerous international and national sporting teams across Football, Rugby Union, Rugby League, Cricket, Motorsport, Netball in addition to major international sporting events. Based out of Sydney, Australia, VBM has offices globally including New Zealand, England, and India and employs over 30 licensing specialists throughout these locations.

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Australia & New Zealand James Ashworth Level 3, 243 Liverpool Street East Sydney, NSW 2010 AUSTRALIA t. +61 2 8353 7777 f. +61 2 8353 7788 e. jashworth@velocitybrandmanagement.com w. www.velocitybrandmanagement.com United Kingdom & Europe Sarah Bohner Regus Covent Garden 90 Long Acre Covent Garden London WC2E 9RZ t. +44 (0) 20 7659 6245 f. + 44 (0) 20 7659 0445 e. sarahb@velocitybrandmanagement.com w. www.velocitybrandmanagement.com


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Applying the mark DO NOT Place text or images inside the minimum clearance area around the logo. The area is equal to half the width of the top left quarter of the shield. This rule applies to all versions of the logo. NEVER Reproduce the logo smaller than 20mm in height. This measurement is from the top of the lion to the base do the scroll as shown. ALWAYS Reproduce the logo to the correct proportions. Under no circumstances can the proportions be altered. The TM legend must always feature. NEVER Spilt the logo apart. It must always appear in its entirety. No component part can be left off or broken away from the whole. A licensee has no rights whatsoever over the component parts of the Lions logo. DO NOT Alter the colour of the logo in any way. It should always appear as specified in the “Building Blocks” section of this guide.

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BRANDS IN MOTION Specialists in creating sustainable Licensing Programs for Sporting Federations and Events Over 108 years, the All Blacks, New Zealand’s national rugby team have won 363 of their 483 fixtures with a win ratio of almost 77 percent. After twenty-four year since the inaugural Tournament and first All Blacks victory, on Sunday, 24th October 2011 the All Blacks did it once again to become Rugby World Cup 2011 champions over France in a thrilling final watched by a ‘stadium of four million New Zealanders’ and millions globally. As a result, the ‘Win on Sunday, Win on Monday’ adage has rung true with sales of All Blacks licensed merchandise eclipsing all previous records from apparel, memorabilia, electronic games and supporter products. Yet the success of the merchandise program is no accident. Since late 2007 when Velocity Brand Management (VBM) was appointed as New Zealand Rugby Union’s exclusive licensing manager (for all categories excluding those categories held by adidas, principle partner of the New Zealand Rugby Union). A key focus for the team has been strategic planning for the brand both domestically and internationally in markets including Australia, the UK, Europe and more recently, South America. In just over five years, the program has tripled in size not only financially but also from a distribution perspective, culminating in the

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lead-up to 2011 which saw licensing arrangements fulfilled in all major categories in addition to Penguin Books (publishing) TomTom (GPS units) and Bic (writing instruments), as well as licensed promotions for the All Blacks brand with Tip Top Trumpets (ice creams) and Treasures (nappies). “The success of the All Blacks on the rugby field certainly helped to solidify the work VBM has done over the past years and we have ensured that all opportunities are converted including the release of ‘Post Tournament Products’ only days after the Final”, explained James Ashworth, Managing Director of VBM. And this model obviously works. Over the Sydneybased agency’s seven years, renewal with all of its clients has occurred in addition to the acquisition of new business. 2011 was no exception. The licensing and merchandising rights for major international and national brands including National Basketball League (for Asia Pacific), Australian Open/Tennis Australia, Surf Lifesaving Australia and the PGA of Australia are now all exclusively managed by VBM. “We are very excited to partner with such iconic national and international brands”, says Ashworth. “We treat our responsibility of being brand custodians with the utmost respect and ensure that every licensing program is developed with innovation


and individuality. Customers are more sophisticated, segmented and demanding, and expect more in terms of customisation, originality, quality and price”. Innovation has always been central to VBM’s endeavor. Whether through new products and category identification, negotiations with retailers, commercial structures, or services such as the development of its e-commerce platform rolled out in 2011 for a number of its clients, VBM remain at the forefront of licensing practices. Whilst there is never an ‘off season’ for the sports licensing agency, 2011 was even bigger than most. Thirty seven months prior to the kick of Rugby World Cup 2011 (RWC), VBM’s RWC 2011 apparel licensee launched its initial range of event merchandise and in September 2009 the RWC 2011 Superstore opened. Since this time six additional Superstores opened its doors throughout New Zealand in anticipation of the Tournament. In addition to this World Cup, as the global licensing agent of the International Cricket Council (ICC), VBM was responsible for the merchandising program for the ICC Cricket World Cup (CWC) held in the Sub-Continent (Bangladesh, India and Sri Lanka), which delivered the ICC with the largest and most successful merchandising program ever experienced within the Sub Continent, with the retail reach of the program and the quality and range of products offered unsurpassed. The program was hugely successful in

enhancing the image, prestige, and brand legacy of the ICC and more importantly the CWC 2011. With established credentials as the licensing agent for the ICC, Cricket Australia and New Zealand Cricket, VBM was appointed to represent the English Cricket Board (ECB) in January 2010 and since this time; VBM has applied its learning and experience to the ECB, helping it to identify core partners and categories to build a successful, long term licensing program. VBM’s ECB licensing partners have been appointed to supply product to meet the spikes of the summer demand and online retail throughout the year, in addition to the market during overseas tours during the English autumn and winter. In January 2011 with the ECB reclaiming the Ashes, a number of new commemorative products were developed to celebrate this achievement. The coming years for VBM are set to be just as busy as planning and appointment of key licensing partners already commenced for the upcoming British and Irish Lions Tour to Australia in 2013 and the ICC’s Cricket World Cup 2015 in Australia and New Zealand. Add to this, VBM’s existing portfolio which includes Cricket Australia, New Zealand Black Caps, Football Federation Australia, All Blacks, National Rugby League, Netball Australia, ANZ Championship, V8 Supercars and New Zealand Rugby League, and this makes for an action packed year ahead.

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Deep Red Creative

Deep Red Creative is a design and marketing agency serving clients all over the UK working within the Sports and Retail market. It deals with strategic and creative marketing for campaigns and projects across all media. Deep Red Creative is the culmination of several years of experience in the graphic design and marketing industries working with some of the UK’s best known brands on projects including brand development and management, product marketing, sponsorship campaigns and both online and press advertising. Contact: Sarah Mammatt E: sarah@deepredcreative.com www.deepredcreative.com search deepredcreative for social media

IMG is the world’s premier sports marketing, management and licensing company, and handles licensing and on-site merchandising for events such as Rugby World Cup, Wimbledon, Le Mans, The Open Championship, Ryder Cup and the World’s Strongest Man. IMG also manages the licensing and brand extension for a number of lifestyle brands such as Major League Baseball, Royal Navy, Royal Marines, RAF, Red Arrows, Harvard, a host of American Colleges, Goodyear and global icons such as Pelé and Frank Sinatra. Key areas of interest for representation are sports, brands, fashion and lifestyle brands. IMG McCormack House, Burlington Lane, LONDON, W4 2TH, UK www.imgworld.com T: +44 (0) 208 233 5300 F: +44 (0) 208 233 6476 Contact: Simon Gresswell Vice President, Europe IMG Worldwide Licensing E: Simon.Gresswell@imgworld.com Olivia Smales Licensing Manager, Brands E: Olivia.Smales@imgworld.com

Springetts Brand Design Consultants

Springetts is a branding and graphics agency, with particular expertise in sport, from redesigning the corporate identity for one of the world’s biggest football clubs (Manchester United) to a new logo and signage for one of the UK’s premier racecourses (Epsom). We have also worked with Chelsea FC, The Football Association, The RFU, West Ham United, The Football League and Umbro. Contact: Brendan Thorpe Springetts Brand Design Consultants 13 Salisbury Place London W1H 1FJ T: 020 7486 7527 F: 020 7487 3033 E: brendan@springetts.co.uk www.springetts.co.uk

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crystal cg international enjoys worldwide leadership position in sports visualisation and breakthrough digital imagery. We recreate the drama, excitement, passion and beauty of sport with breath-taking 3D imagery and animations for venues, cities, simulations, mascots, logos and events such as ceremonies. We work in partnership with sports federations, broadcasters, sponsors, organisers and franchisers. Our inspired concepts, ground-breaking techniques and breath-taking imagery help to communicate a marketing message, raise consumer awareness or captivate audiences. Contact: Mark Beard T: +44 (0)207 492 1904 E: mark.beard@crystalcginternational.com www.crystalcg.co.uk

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Digital ink designs, programmes, hosts and manages many professional sports websites. clients include the Football Association of Wales, charlton Athletic, London Wasps, Powerboat P1, to name a few. sites can be built for sports organisations at club, league and country level The company also builds online shops and online ticketing/season ticketing solutions and social networking sites. Digital ink provides connections from online shops to ePOs systems and fulfilment houses to improve sales turnaround and visitor satisfaction. Contact: T: 08434 532 650 E: info@digital-ink.co.uk www.digital-ink.co.uk

intrix partners Brands, like chelsea Fc, creating white-label digital imaging/merchandising services including the unique Picture Me, where fans automatically place themselves in images alongside their sporting heroes at selfmanned Automated Photo Machines (APMs) & ordering up to 3,500 customisable products. Valuable customer data is also generated. Picture Me is also available online with additional distribution (including a Brand’s own imagery) through a retail network of 70,000 APMs in 24 countries. connectivity through social networking & mobile apps is also available. Contact: T: +44 (0) 1491 682252 E: info@intrixworld.com www.intrixworld.com

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Deep Red Creative

Deep Red creative is a design and marketing agency serving clients all over the UK working within the sports and Retail market. it deals with strategic and creative marketing for campaigns and projects across all media. Deep Red creative is the culmination of several years of experience in the graphic design and marketing industries working with some of the UK’s best known brands on projects including brand development and management, product marketing, sponsorship campaigns and both online and press advertising. Contact: Sarah Mammatt E: sarah@deepredcreative.com www.deepredcreative.com search deepredcreative for social media

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Havas sports & entertainment is the global brand engagement agency of the Havas group. Our 30 offices in 20 markets deliver strategically sound creative solutions based on insight, experience and a deep understanding of what binds people together into communities: shared passions. We recommend the right solutions to ensure ongoing meaningful relationships with brands’ current and future fans, be this through sponsorship, branded content, social networks, live brand experiences… Contact: Jez Jowett global Head of Digital & social Media T: +44 07791 717 718 E: jez.jowett@havas-se.com www.theflightdeck.biz

With technology across the board moving at an increasingly fast pace, the web and online world appear as a blur in the distance. so, to ensure that you stay up-to-date in the face of online innovation and change sportBusiness have published Ultimate sports Websites. We have reviewed hundreds of sports websites to select the top 100 online destinations. The result is your guide to creating a winning online proposition for sport. To order this report or request a free copy of the synopsis please call T: +44(0) 207 954 3514 and quote code 12161/mp or visit www.sportbusiness.com/ uswmp2012


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Agencies Action Images

As the specialist sports arm of Reuters, Action Images’ award winning team of photographers PURE provide up to theSPORT... minute photographic coverage from the world of sport. National newspaper groups, Outlines: book and magazine publishers, TV companies and New Media organisations all rely on our global Font: DIN Boldto give visual sports photography Pantone Colors impact to2 their stories. Pantone 2925 Images provides In addition, Action Pantone 432 photographic assignments worldwide to corporate sponsors, PR agencies, organising bodies and professional sports clubs. Please contact us to find out more or to discuss your photographic requirements. Contact: T: +44 (0) 845 155 6352 E: info@actionimages.com www.actionimages.com

Premier League Archive

This unique archive collection of over 7,500 matches from the world’s greatest league competition includes footage featuring footballing icons such as Eric Cantona, Alan Shearer and David Beckham,dating back to 1992-1993. The Premier League Archive can provide footage and Programming. It is managed on behalf of The Premier League, by sports production and archive specialist, IMG Media Archive. The Premier League Archive E: www.plarchive.com Contact: Dominic Young Premier League Archive Manager T: +44 (0) 208 233 6196 E: Dominic.Young@plarchive.com

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IMG Sport Video Archive

Bring your sponsorship or sports event to life. Partner with Getty Images and we can help you capture and deliver your story with: • Event Coverage Photo and video assignments • • Iconic archive images • Global distribution Digital asset management • Music and post production • Getty Images is the world’s leading provider of visual content, supplying up-to-the-minute imagery from sporting events around the world. Our award-winning photographers represent the greatest stable of sports photographers in the world. We work with governing bodies. We represent major clubs and associations. We work with worldfamous brands: • IOC • ATP FIFA • Manchester United • Real Madrid • adidas • HSBC • • Shell Red Bull • Maximise the power of sport sponsorship. Contact: Getty Images 101 Bayham Street London NW1 0AG T: +44 (0)203 227 2226 E: sport@gettyimages.com gettyimages.com/sponsorship/ sport

IMG Sport Video Archive is home to the world’s most comprehensive collection of sports footage and programming in the world, representing some of the greatest sporting events and federations such as; The Premier League, The International Olympic Committee, The All England Lawn Tennis Club, The International Rugby Board, The R&A, The ATP Tour, The WTA Tour, The PGA of America and SANZAR, amongst many others. From film, to SD, to HD and now to 3-D our archive consists of game footage, programming, interviews, ISOs and general views dating back more than 100 years.

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Press Association Images along with EMPICS Sport is the photographic arm of the Press Association. Our Award winning photographers cover all Barclays Premier League matches and provide extensive coverage of UK domestic football leagues, UEFA s Research Services is the market’s leading provider of data and Champions and Europa League gence on the TV sports rights business. With exclusive access to competitions. Markets database of rights fees, SportBusiness is able to offer With over 9 million images prehensive service for bespoke projects. on-line, covering over 100 sports, an archive dating back to 1863, up f experienced researchers and network ofto consultants, clients can benefit from the minute match action and experience working with sponsors, nd out the details on TV rights contracts, past and present, signed worldwide for sports organisations and clubs, e of sports and events. Press can fulfil ence: Get the lowdown on a particular market – findAssociation out the key sports Images rights atched sports as well as the latest developments which are shaping how deals all your image requirements.

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TVSPORTSMARKETS

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This report from the publishers of the highly acclaimed TV Sports Markets newsletter, looks at the strategies, business models and trends behind arguably the most lucrative sector in sport. The report includes a large number of case studies featuring rights properties such as English football’s Premier League, cricket’s Indian Premier League, Formula One motor racing, UEFA Champions League, the Olympic Games, the IAAF Diamond League, France’s Ligue 1 and the Dutch Eredivisie. For more information contact Paul Santos Tel: + 44 (0) 207 954 3483 Email: paul.santos@tvsportsmarkets.com


ULTIMATE SPORTS WEBSITES NEW MODELS, NEW REVENUES, NEW COMMUNITIES Rachael Church-Sanders

Ultimate Sports Websites helps you to stay ahead in this fast-moving medium and includes: • Content Strategies for website operators models, types and payment solutions • Building an online community • Rights models for major markets new media rights, protecting digital assets • Monetising digital sports content & revenue streams • Case studies from website producers • Digital sports industry forecast

With our reliance on the web as a means of communication ever increasing, businesses across the board need to keep up with the latest changes in this area. This updated report is absolutely essential for anyone working in the sports industry. For further details and a synopsis, call the SportBusiness team on +44 207 954 3514 or email infoteam@sportbusiness.com www.sportbusiness.com/ ultimate-websites-mp and quote 12152/MP


RESEARCH & EVALUATION

SportBusiness Intelligence SportBusiness Intelligence is a market intelligence and consultancy provider, offering high-quality, independent research and consultancy services to those operating in the sports business sector. A division of SportBusiness Group, the company specialises in the audiovisual sports rights market, advising the likes of sports-rights holders and federations or broadcasters and content buyers, on the best strategies for their business. The company is also able to offer services in sports sponsorship, sports stadia and hospitality, plus betting and iGaming sectors.

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SportBusiness Intelligence 3rd Floor, 33-41 Dallington Street London EC1V 0BB UK Contact: Ben Speight Head of SportBusiness Intelligence t. +44 (0) 207 954 3505 f. +44 (0) 207 954 3511 e. ben@sb-intelligence.com


There are some things you just can’t do without. SportBusiness Intelligence is one of them. Our services and expertise deliver winning solutions for your business. Find out more by contacting Ben Speight at ben@sb-intelligence.com

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CHALLENGES: CREATING THE BEST ROUTE TO MARKET Rights-holders face many challenges when it comes to selling their media rights. Not least very few sports have bargaining power when it comes to selling them – for most, it’s a buyers market. In order to develop a successful media strategy, sports-rights holders need to know the characteristics of the market they are selling into and how the valuations that operators place on sports content are determined by the operator’s underlying business model. Having a better understanding of why commercial broadcasters, public-service broadcasters, pay-TV companies, internet and mobile operators want sport and what kind of sport they want will enable rightsholders to adapt both their sport and their strategies to meet the demands of a competitive market. CHALLENGES: HOW TO BUY KILLER CONTENT For companies in the broadcast sector looking at giving their platform an edge, content is king but sports content is emperor. Whether it be traditional linear channels, pay-television platforms, telcos or ‘new media’ operators, sport has become the vital form of content which has driven commercial success for a number of broadcasters, operators and telcos. Acquiring top sports programming is very complex. There is no magic formula for valuing sports content and with rights-holders’ increasingly higher financial expectations and sophisticated sales strategies, it is a risky business which can be very expensive. Buyers therefore need to organise themselves and SportBusiness Intelligence provides comprehensive insight and assistance for media companies looking to acquire audiovisual sports rights. OUR TEAM AND EXPERIENCE Understanding the audio-visual sports rights sector requires many years of experience and knowledge and an excellent network of contacts in the industry. Our team offers a compelling unique mix of market intelligence and consultancy experience which gives us a unique position to provide highly successful results for our clients. Our market intelligence team, led by Ben Speight, formerly associate editor of the acclaimed TV Sports Markets newsletter, track closely the changes and developments in the industry, following a large number of territories across the world and for

a huge range of sports. With exclusive access to the best database of media rights deals and an in-depth knowledge of best-practice buying and selling strategies utilised in the sector, our team of experts have a comprehensive knowledge of the audiovisual rights market. The market intelligence team combine with the Vantage Network, our affiliated worldwide network of independent consultants. The consultants work actively in the market and have a wide range of experience working with both content buyers and sellers from around the world, enabling SportBusiness Intelligence to offer clients the best consultants for your needs. OUR APPROACH As well as our experienced team, our approach allows us to deliver accurate and reliable assessments of the audiovisual rights sector. Many other consultancies base media values for sport on computer modelling or mathematical calculations which are out of touch with the dynamics of the market. Our experience and knowledge of the sector tells us that understanding the audiovisual sports rights market requires a different approach. It requires detailed understanding of the developments in the market, knowledge of the players involved and accurate benchmarking of the revenue generated by rights holders. Therefore our results are based on a more qualitative approach. Our network of contacts from around the world allows us to obtain unique insight direct from the market which, when combined with our unique knowledge of audiovisual rights deals, enable us to provide realistic and well-grounded assessments of the market. Previous clients have commended us on our ability to produce results in this way, giving SportBusiness Intelligence and its clients a market-leading edge over competitors.

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Agencies AIR Ltd

SportBusiness Intelligence, the consultancy division at SportBusiness Group, provides specialist services for clients in the sports business sector, utilising the rich archive of information on commercial deals agreed in the sports industry, collected by the group’s various publishing arms. Using this intelligence, we connect clients with leading decision-makers with whom we have long-term relationships spanning up to 15 years, enabling our clients to maximise fully their commercial potential. SportBusiness Intelligence specialises in the audiovisual rights sector because of SportBusiness Group’s unrivalled strength in information in this area thanks to its subsidiary TV Sports Markets. We advise the likes of sports rights-holders and federations or broadcasters and content buyers on the best strategies for their business. SportBusiness Intelligence’s breadth of services is also widening in 2012 to cover the other following key areas: stadia consultancy • market intelligence on the betting and gaming sectors • advising on host city bidding processes. • Our team offers a compelling mix of market intelligence and consultancy experience. To help create successful strategies and solutions for our clients, our team combines with our worldwide network of independent consultants, all former C-suite executives from rights holders, broadcasters and agencies, who now work actively in the market. The consultants’ broad range of expertise allows SBI to adapt a tailored approach to meet each client’s specific needs. Watching Brief – giving 20/20 insight on sports TV consumption For rights holders, brands and agencies looking to increase the commercial value of sport, there is one vital question: “who and how many are watching?” Watching Brief is your window on the media habits of sports TV audiences. Available as either a fortnightly publication or a tailored bespoke service dedicated to your needs, this market intelligence will give federations, sponsors, broadcasters and agencies a clear view of how sports fans consume sport on television. Our range of products offer the following and much more: • a comprehensive rundown of the ratings for sports programmes and events shown on television around the world • In-depth analysis of audience demographics for specific sports properties • Detailed insights into the trends and major developments in consumption of sport on television provided by analysts from SportBusiness Intelligence Whether you are a rights holder selling or renewing sponsorship or television deals, a brand looking to justify sponsorship as part of your marketing mix or an agency, Watching Brief is an essential resource. For more information on our products, please contact us: T: +44 (0) 207 954 3483

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Distributed by Applied Image Recognition (AIR), Magellan is the world’s leading system for the automated measurement of brand exposure in broadcast streams. It has become the standard for the measurement of sports sponsorship, and is also being used by Government organisations for security applications. The new single workstation solution enables automatic measurement of sponsor logos to be achieved for low volume analysis customers, including sponsors, venues and agencies. Contact: Ian Young T: +44 (0) 1483 685072 E: Ian.young@air-ltd.com www.air-ltd.com

Havas Sports & Entertainment is the global brand engagement agency of the Havas Group. Our 30 offices in 20 markets deliver strategically sound creative solutions based on insight, experience and a deep understanding of what binds people together into communities: shared passions. We recommend the right solutions to ensure ongoing meaningful relationships with brands’ current and future fans, be this through sponsorship, branded content, social networks, live brand experiences… Contact: Alastair Macdonald Director, HS&E Sponsorship Insights T: +44 20 7759 2066 E: alastair.macdonald@havas-se.com www.havas-se.com


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school of sport & exercise sciences combine the finest academic expertise with a market focus to help meet the ever-changing demands of industry. Our research is internationally renowned and funded by research councils, charities and external partners. We provide innovative, research-led programmes and consultancy all supported by world class academics and state-of-the-art facilities. Our expertise encompasses a wide range within the sport, health and fitness arena, with particular strengths in Football, children’s health & fitness and cardiovascular research to name but a few. Contact: David Rutt Business Development Manager T: 07968 422 498 E: D.M.Rutt@ljmu.ac.uk www.ljmu.ac.uk

The Sponsorship Measurement and Evaluation Report This report draws on over 25 examples from the widest range of brands to show what sponsorship has achieved and how they quantify it, including:  Consumer brands – Pringles, Robinsons, Marston’s and carlsberg  Financial services companies – Visa, ing, natwest and nationwide  Automotive giants – Ford, citroen, Land Rover and Volvo  International sports properties – Bundesliga, Manchester United, Velux 5 Oceans, golf and nAscAR  Leading service brands – UPs, Xerox, Fedex, e.On and green Flag. For more information: T: +44(0)207 954 3514 www.sportbusiness.com/ sponsorship_measurement_mp quote 12137/mp

SponsorMap

sponsorMap is a research tool providing significantly improved measurement of sponsorship effectiveness and ROi. it is has been used in more than 30 markets across the globe to assess the impact of sponsorship. Unlike other approaches, it is based on consumer input and the theory of sponsorship, as opposed to old school methods of counting logos or focusing on sponsor awareness. The tool itself is used to for sponsorship tracking, measuring events, pre-testing sponsorships, broadcast sponsorship and for measuring corporate hospitality. sponsorMap is available in more than 80 markets across the globe and it used by the many of the world’s leading sponsors to provide sponsorship ROi for their investments.

Contact: T: +44 (0) 203286 6174 (UK) T: + 1 917 675-3403 (Us) E: info@sponsormap.com http://www.sponsormap.com

SportBusiness in Numbers Vol. 5

sportBusiness in numbers allows you to benefit from valuable, hard-to-find data and insight from the top research consultancies across the world. You will gain access to essential data in sports finance, sponsorship, events and TV rights - this report is the musthave reference resource for serious professionals in the industry. This report answers your questions on: • How much money will be invested in sports sponsorship across the world in 2014 • What price broadcasters pay to show sports events and how many people watch them • The key demographic statistics for visitors to the world’s most popular sports websites • How many football fans follow an english Premier League football club in india and china • What the participation rates of football, swimming and cycling are in Kuwait. Whether you’re preparing a pitch to new clients, creating new strategies to develop your business or need benchmark data to help you close a deal, this report provides an unrivalled compilation of data which you will continue to use on day-to-day basis. For further information: T: +44 (0) 207 484 3514 E: infoteam@sportbusiness.com www.sportbusiness.com/ sportbusiness-numbers-mp When calling please quote: 12174/MP

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Sports Revolution’s expertise across sponsorship, in-stadia advertising, online, mobile and social media enables brands to deliver highly effective marketing strategies through sport. With a commitment to pushing the boundaries of technology, and a deep understanding of fan behaviour, they are revolutionising how brands and rights holders work together. As the largest media rights owner in UK football stadia, Sports Revolution has contractual relationships with 50 clubs across all English and Scottish leagues, including 14 in the Premier League. It also works with eight clubs in Premiership Rugby and Super League, and, outside the UK, with international leagues – La Liga, Bundesliga and Ligue 1. In December 2010, Sports Revolution opened an office in Bangkok to service the growing number of advertisers in Asia who are seeking to connect with the global TV audience of the English Premier League, and there are now representatives’ offices in Singapore, Hong Kong, Vietnam, South Korea, India, Malaysia, Japan, UAE and Australia. Sponsorship More and more brands are seeing the value in sport sponsorship. Understanding the sports fan and how they engage with sports is central to any sponsorship

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strategy. Sports Revolution have partnered with Starcom Mediavest to create SMG Sports, a team of highly experienced media and sports professionals powered by Sports Revolution talent. This expertise in sports marketing has helped some of the world’s biggest brands such as Emirates Airlines, Heineken and Samsung to maximise their sponsorship partnerships and increase their return on investment. Sports Revolution is gaining a reputation as the sports specialist to the media planning & buying community having recently completed its second joint venture with Kinetic the leading outdoor media agency. In-Stadia Sports Revolution is committed to enhancing the match day experience for fans. In 2009 Stadia Solutions was launched to install state-of-the art equipment and software into leading sports stadia. Stadia Solutions’ footprint covers 50 football and rugby stadia, including Liverpool, West Ham, Tottenham Hotspur, and Celtic among others. The introduction of Stadium TV across 24 stadia has seen over 1,000 47” HD screens installed. Broadcast sport content such as Live matches, club content, team updates and the latest league scores alongside relevant advertising and commercial messaging, these screens


add to the fans’ enjoyment of the game and provide venues with a valuable engagement platform. At the start of the 2011/2012 English Premier League, brand new state-of-the-art digital LED boards were installed pitch-side at QPR, Wigan and Swansea. Their premium quality display has set new standards in pitch-side LED advertising and they guarantee high exposure of advertising messages through TV coverage. Sports Revolution also provide stadium LED screens within the bowl along with a fully integrated production service ensuring consistent and co-ordinated match-day programming throughout the entire stadium. In addition Sports Revolution manages static perimeter boards, experiential marketing concourse 6-sheets and A3 poster advertising across all football leagues. Digital Billboard Replacement Sports Revolution signed an exclusive agreement with Supponor to market ground-breaking digital billboard replacement advertising on pitch side boards in UK football. This technology enables global brands to advertise country specific messages via separate television feeds. It gives them the ability to think global, yet act local with their advertising working harder on

a market level. The service was launched successfully in March 2011 with The FA for a home friendly fixture against Ghana at Wembley Stadium. Online Sports Revolution has made strategic investments in fan focused sports websites. The Snack Media network has over 30 sites including the flagship site, FootballFanCast. com. The popularity of these sites is rapidly growing as fans and this network now reaches over 3.5 million sports fans every month allowing us to develop digital and mobile products that really engage them. Mobile / Social Media The advent of the smartphone means that there are more ways than ever for fans to interact with their teams. Social media has enabled fans to have a deeper connection with players, teams and other fans. Sports Revolution is working with different mobile specialists to develop a series of Fan Apps that gives clubs a chance to interact directly with their fans: anything from fans voting for their man of the match during live play to receiving advertising messages from their club and getting paid for it. For more information visit sportsrevolution.co.uk

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Agencies Airton Risk Management

Airton Risk Management is a division of Paddy Power plc which is quoted on the London and Dublin Stock exchanges. “We offer our clients contracts that enable them to offset the financial risk of future uncertain events. Our speciality is sports related risk but we are equally comfortable helping clients with non sports related risk such as weather. Whether you are a Football Club wanting to eliminate the impact of Player Bonuses or a Car Dealer wanting to offer significant rebates on car sales we are able to help.” Contact: Rod O’Callaghan T: +353 1 656 3958 F: +353 1 656 3970 E: rocallaghan@airtonrisk.com www.airtonrisk.com

City of Manchester

Manchester is committed to the continued hosting of major international sports events and to building its reputation as a global sports destination. Manchester works with a range of stakeholders to deliver the city’s Major Sports Events Strategy, including a programme of world and European championship events. As part of this strategy, Manchester City Council is keen to work with partners and sponsors in the delivery of effective marketing campaigns and in the development of related sports marketing services and collateral.

Contact: T: +44 (0)161 223 1155 E: events@manchester.gov.uk www.manchesterworldsport.com

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Clipper Round the World Yacht Race

The Clipper Round the World Yacht Race creates a unique platform for the global promotion of destinations, trade and culture. Clipper 13-14 features a new fleet of twelve 70-foot yachts crewed over 40,000 miles by non-professional sailors from all walks of life. Global media audiences exceed 500 million, with yacht sponsors and hosts benefitting from millions of dollars worth of economic impact from visitor spend, improved tourism, inward investment and commercial trade deals. To discover more contact: Neil Jenkinson T: +44 2392 526000 E: njenkinson@clipper-ventures.com www.ClipperRoundTheWorld.com

Deep Red Creative

Deep Red Creative is a design and marketing agency serving clients all over the UK working within the Sports and Retail market. It deals with strategic and creative marketing for campaigns and projects across all media. Deep Red Creative is the culmination of several years of experience in the graphic design and marketing industries working with some of the UK’s best known brands on projects including brand development and management, product marketing, sponsorship campaigns and both online and press advertising. Contact: Sarah Mammatt E: sarah@deepredcreative.com www.deepredcreative.com search deepredcreative for social media

Definitive Sport

NOTHING LESS THAN EXCEPTIONAL Definitive Sport is the specialist sports division of Definitive Events. We are independent specialists in Sponsor Hospitality Programmes, with Olympic Hospitality expertise, having worked at 3 Olympic Games and other major sporting events, as well as for Premier Football Teams’ Sponsors. We partner with our clients to deliver turnkey solutions to sponsors, rights holders, organising committees, National Olympic Committees and Sporting Federations for hospitality management, event management and consultancy. Through our expertise, experience and knowledge, we ensure our clients achieve and exceed their sponsorship and corporate objectives through “once in a lifetime experiences” with their hospitality programmes at major sporting events around the world and make a lasting impression with their guests. Contact: Lisa Pennington Managing Director E: lisap@definitiveevents.co.uk Piccadilly House 49 Piccadilly Manchester M1 2AP T: +44 (0) 161 212 1595 F: +44 (0) 161 212 1598 www.definitivesport.co.uk www.definitiveevents.co.uk


Dorna Sports

Dorna Sports was established in 1988 as an international sports management and marketing company, and has been the exclusive holder of the commercial and media rights relating to MotoGP (FIM Road Racing World Championship Grand Prix) since 1992. The company is responsible for MotoGP’s global sponsorship, licensing and corporate hospitality activity, as well as the international distribution of the World Championships’ media rights. It also participates in the management, marketing and distribution of the Spanish Road Racing Championship (CEV). For further information: www.dorna.com

EventScotland

SPORTFIVE INTERNATIONAL

EventScotland is the national events agency and is working to make Scotland one of the world’s leading event destinations. By developing an exciting portfolio of sporting and cultural events, EventScotland is helping to raise Scotland’s international profile and boost the economy by attracting more visitors. We work with a range of partners to maximise the benefits of existing events, attract new events and to showcase Scotland as The Perfect Stage for world-class events.

SPORTFIVE is an international sports marketing agency, owned by the French media giant, Lagardère Unlimited. With its head office in Geneva, Switzerland, SPORTFIVE International offers a range of established media and marketing services to an impressive portfolio of international clients. Through its extensive network of media experts, the agency markets sports media rights to media platforms, and marketing and sponsorship opportunities to major brands across the world. SPORTFIVE International focuses on managing premium sports rights for premium sports events. Contact: T: +41 22 5963 700 F: +41 22 5963 800 www.sportfive.com

Contact: EventScotland 5th Floor, Ocean Point One 94 Ocean Drive Edinburgh, EH6 6JH T: +44 (0) 131 472 2313 E: information@eventscotland.org

Hally Sports International Ltd

Euroasia Sports

Because Euroasia Sports is an establishment which has specialized in the sports industry, it possesses detailed information and a communications network regarding the sector’s shareholders and consumers. The information accumulation we possess makes it possible to make spot on decisions on a number of issues, such as market research, consumer perception, consumer segmentation and determining targets. It is our primary goal to ensure the development of a cordial relationship between the brand names and the consumer at all stages of our projects. Contact: Deniz Silistre T: +(90) 212 211 59 00 E: deniz@euroasiasports.com www.euroasiasports.com

We change how people feel, think and behave through the power of experience. Experience Worldwide is the world’s most innovative sponsorship agency. We are part of the Omnicom network. We bring brands to life through bespoke sponsorship platforms in Formula One, golf, tennis, football and sailing forming stronger and longer lasting relationships.

Contact: Rob Bruce T: +44 (0)20 7554 1111 E: robb@experience-worldwide.com www.experience-worldwide.com

Our Organization stands on three tripods of People! Passion!! and disruptive creativity in such a way, that we help brands, Organization, Agencies, both Public/Private concerns shove Elephant and Giraffe into the same refrigerator. As an integrated Sports Media/ Marketing Communication, we create innovative content for clients, TV, Radio that drives on Sponsorship. We take it further by involving customers with the brands through... * Research & Data Evaluation * Strategies sponsorship consulting * PR & Communication * Event Management & Activation * Brand promotion * Content Marketing * Live sports Events Broadcast * ROI methodology

Contact: T: +234 80343042346 E: win@hallysports.com www.hallysports.com

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International Table Tennis Federation

Havas sports & entertainment is the global brand engagement agency of the Havas group. Our 30 offices in 20 markets deliver strategically sound creative solutions based on insight, experience and a deep understanding of what binds people together into communities: shared passions. We recommend the right solutions to ensure ongoing meaningful relationships with brands’ current and future fans, be this through sponsorship, branded content, social networks, live brand experiences… Contact: Fredda Hurwitz global VP strategic Planning, Marketing & communications T: +44 20 7759 2073 E: fredda.hurwitz@havas-se.com www.havas-se.com

RedTorch

We Listen, We Think, We Do

Looking to invest or enter the chinese and Asian Market? Then TMs international is the perfect place to start. Representing the international Table Tennis Federation for the last 10 years has ensured that TMs international has excellent contacts and partners in the region and in the country where table tennis is revered as a national sport. With various possibilities still available over the upcoming years the opportunity awaits. Contact us now: Anders Thunstrom Managing Director E: at@tmsin.com

RedTorch provides commercial strategy, sales and marketing services for rights holders, associations, organising committees, cities and national sports organisations. Our clients include: • sportAccord convention • FinA World Aquatics convention • The sports Journalists’ Association of great Britain • Québec city Believing that every successful partnership starts with listening, we would be delighted to hear from you. Contact: Jonny Murch, Director T: +44 (0)207 036 8082 E: jonny.murch@redtorch.co www.redtorch.co

Infront Sports & Media

infront sports & Media, based in Zug, switzerland, is one of the leading international sports marketing companies in the world, contributing to more than 3,000 event days of top sport annually. The full-service agency handles the marketing of many top sports properties and also supports sponsors in maximising the value of their investments. infront’s services include the development and sale of sponsorship packages; construction and maintenance of on-site advertising and signage; event promotion and the creation of powerful activation strategies. Contact: T: +41-41-723 15 15 E: info@infrontsports.com www.infrontsports.com

The singapore sports council (ssc) is the lead government agency responsible for developing a sporting culture in the country. Working with the public and private sectors, ssc promotes and develops participation, excellence and industry at home and internationally. everything we do is driven by the belief that sport contributes to the character of our people, the vibrancy of our city and the economic stability and diversity of our nation. We are your city for sports business in Asia. For more information on the Singapore Sports Council, please refer to www.ssc.gov.sg.

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Plus Event Marketing is a national event management company experienced in sports event management and operations in Turkey. We partner with global leading agencies who organize International Sports Events around the World. Plus Event Marketing has been involved in the preparation, planning, logistics and delivery of major large-scale and customized events for over 9 years. Our team is experienced in the coordination of different functional areas, including field operations, security, catering, professional timing, branding, transportation, accommodation, TV Production, and much more. Plus Event Marketing is able to arrange experienced senior and front line management in all major event disciplines including creating fun zones for spectators and creating different communication platforms for sponsors. We are able to deliver complete turnkey major event management solutions over a period of years as well as single management projects in Turkey. Our expertise is based on the experience of practical implementation and delivery in national and international sports events held in Turkey such as; zzSeat Cup Turkey & Polo Ladies Cup 2004-2006 also as support races of Formula 1, DTM and WTCC in Istanbul Park 2005 and 2006 zzMoto GP Istanbul Park 2005-2007

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zz10th European Cablewakeboard Championship 

Bursa 2008 zzAudi Ski and Snowboard Championship of Turkey

2005-2008 zzLG-BEKO Golf Tournament 2005-2011 Istanbul zzWings Sailing Cup Istanbul 2008 zzInternational Kids Ski Cup Bursa 2008 zzWRC Antalya 2006 and 2008 zzWings Winter Cup Ski Races Bursa 2009-2010 zz13th European Short-Course Swimming

Championship Istanbul 2009 zzPorsche GT Cup Challenge Istanbul 2008-2009 zzPorsche GT3 Cup Challenge Eastern Europe 2010-2011 zzISS Ski League 2010-2011

 Beyond that, we are the official event agency of IWWF, therefore we will be organizing World and European Championships in different countries as of 2012.

Further information: Tar覺k K繹ni t. +90 212 2682131 m. +90 533 2701091 e. tarik.koni@plus-em.com w. www.plus-em.com


SportsMark

Sport Event Denmark The Danish national sports event organisation established by the Danish Government and the National Danish Sports Organisations with the main objective of attracting and organising major international sports events and sports congresses.

How do you leverage the passion and excitement of the live sporting event and turn it into a brand and business building tool for your clients? You team up with SportsMark. SportsMark specialises in using the live sporting event as a marketing platform to grow key business to business relationships for our clients. • Strategic consulting • Sponsorship activation • Bespoke corporate hospitality • Event management • Specialising in Olympic Games, FIFA World Cup, EURO 2012, Wimbledon, Rugby World Cup and other premier global events

Broendby Stadion 20 DK-2605 Broendby T: +45 43262100 F: +45 43262125 info@sporteventdenmark.com sporteventdenmark.com

Contact: Joanna Olszowska T: +44 (0) 207.031.8424 E: joannao@sportsmark.com www.sportsmark.com

SMG Sports

A joint venture between Sports Revolution and Starcom MediaVest Group UK, SMG Sports is a medialed sports marketing consultancy, combining high-level media intelligence and communications planning with sports industry expertise. SMG Sports’ offering is designed to maximise sports marketing opportunities for Starcom MediaVest Group UK’s clients. These include some of the biggest brands in sport, such as UBS, Heineken, Samsung, BUPA and Emirates. Contact: Robin Clarke, SMG Sports T: +44 (0)20 7190 8174 E: robin.clarke@smgsports.co.uk

Sponsorship Works 2011

With 21 brand new sports sponsorship case studies from some of the biggest brands, agencies and properties in the world, you get a rare behind the scenes look at full sponsorship campaigns from planning through to evaluation. To help you maximise your sponsorship potential, each case study is broken down so you can see the details of the strategy behind the sponsorship, what the brand set out to achieve and why the property was chosen. For further information: T: +44 (0) 207 484 3514 E: infoteam@sportbusiness.com www.sportbusiness.com/ sponsorship-works-mp When calling please quote: 12170/MP

Total Sports Asia

TSA is Asia’s leading independent sports & entertainment marketing agency with an exciting portfolio of sponsorship and licensing relationships. For brands, we help you access global sponsorship and licensing opportunities which deliver the right results in your market. For rights holders, our Asian brand contacts are extensive leading to new revenue opportunities. Our rights holder partners include major European Football clubs, Formula 1 teams and Asian centric sports like Badminton, Table Tennis and Squash. Contact: James White VP, Sales & Business Development T: +603 76609611 E: james.white@totalsportsasia.com www.totalsportsasia.com

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Agencies The Look Company

The Look Company is a world leader in providing Look programmes used by large scale sporting events to create total event pageantry. Being a world leader for fabric and tension fabric systems, The Look Company has honed an exceptional, world-class skill set that incorporates the knowledge to execute turn-key, end-to-end solutions that include 3D scanning, print production, logistics, installation and decommission of large scale look and signage programmes.

Velocity Brand Management Velocity Brand Management Velocity Brand Management Velocity Brand Management Velocity Brand Management Specialising in creating licensing and Specialising in creating and merchandising programslicensing for sporting merchandising programs for sporting Specialisingand in creating licensing and federations events, VBM holds federations andprograms events, VBM holds merchandising for sporting exclusive representation agreements Specialising in creating licensing and exclusive agreements federations andlicensing events, VBM holdsfor to managerepresentation the programs merchandising programs for sporting Specialising in licensing creating licensing and to manage the programs for exclusive representation agreements numerous international federations andprograms events, and VBM holds merchandising fornational sporting numerous international and national to manage the licensing programs for sporting teams and major events. exclusive representation agreements federations and events, VBM holds sporting teams and major events. numerous international and national Based out of Sydney, VBM has offices to manage the licensing programs for exclusive representation agreements Based out of Sydney, VBM has offices sporting teams andNew major events. globally including Zealand, numerous international and national to manage theSydney, licensing programs for globally including New Zealand, Based out of VBM has offices England and India. sporting teams and major events. numerous international and national England and India.New Zealand, globallyout including Based of Sydney, VBM has offices For furtherteams information please contact: sporting and major events. England and India. For further information please contact: globally including New Zealand, Based out of Sydney, has offices Australia/New Zealand:VBM James Ashworth For further information please contact: England including and India. Australia/New Zealand: Ashworth globally New James Zealand, jashworth@velocitybrandmanagement.com jashworth@velocitybrandmanagement.com Australia/New Zealand:please Jamescontact: Ashworth England and India. For further information UK/Europe: Sarah Bohner jashworth@velocitybrandmanagement.com UK/Europe: Sarah Bohner For further information please Australia/New Zealand: Jamescontact: Ashworth sarahb@velocitybrandmanagement.com sarahb@velocitybrandmanagement.com UK/Europe: Sarah Bohner jashworth@velocitybrandmanagement.com Australia/New Zealand: James Ashworth Sub Continent: Aaron Bester sarahb@velocitybrandmanagement.com Sub Continent: Aaron Bester jashworth@velocitybrandmanagement.com UK/Europe: Sarah Bohner abester@velocitybrandmanagement.com abester@velocitybrandmanagement.com Sub Continent: Aaron Bester sarahb@velocitybrandmanagement.com UK/Europe: Sarah Bohner www.velocitybrandmanagement.com abester@velocitybrandmanagement.com www.velocitybrandmanagement.com sarahb@velocitybrandmanagement.com Sub Continent: Aaron Bester www.velocitybrandmanagement.com abester@velocitybrandmanagement.com Sub Continent: Aaron Bester abester@velocitybrandmanagement.com www.velocitybrandmanagement.com

www.velocitybrandmanagement.com As a total end-to-end solution provider, The Look Company provides a collection of necessary, venue related graphic products including large format fabric wall treatments, directional signage, temporary wall branding, building lighting, and custom spectaculars. Contact: Jacob Burke T: +974 4447 5865 E: Jburke@thelookcompany.com www.thelookcompany.com

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Vero

VERO works with clients across the business of sport. Our purpose is to offer a narrative-based and campaigning approach to communications, brand building, media relations, stakeholder engagement and media management. Most recently VERO worked with the successful Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup and PyeongChang 2018 Winter Games bids. We find the truth at the heart of your story and tell it in the right way, through PR, marketing and events – to media, to sport, to decision makers, to governments, to business, to the public. Contact: Selina Faircloth T: +44 (0)20 7379 4000 F: +44 (0)20 7836 5812 E: sfaircloth@verocom.co.uk www.verocom.co.uk

World Sport Group

Singapore-based World Sport Group is Asia’s leading sports marketing, media and event management company. The company features almost 600 sport event days and more than 5000 hours of sports programming annually, across more than 30 countries in the region. It is the exclusive marketing partner of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC), and a leading promoter and organizer of the region’s top golf events, including the Barclays Singapore Open. Its regional offices are located in Beijing, Beirut, Delhi, Hong Kong, Mumbai and Tokyo. Contact: T: +65 6826 2688 E: info@worldsportgroup.com.sg www.worldsportgroup.com

WSM

WSM is an integrated team of specialist collaborative divisions across Sponsorship Consultancy, Digital, Events, PR & Media, Experiential, Print and CSR. Our clients include Aberdeen Asset Management, Brit Insurance, Henderson Global Investors, ISPS, Optimum Nutrition, Jumeirah and Thomson Reuters. WSM has international offices in the US and the UAE, working across existing and new business projects in Singapore, Tokyo, Australia, South Africa, Brunei and Thailand. Contact: Chris O’Donoghue T: 0207 183 4610 E: chris.odonoghue@ wsmcommunications.com


CAPITAL PROJECTS Sector Contents Architects, Construction & Engineering

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Designsport

Designsport specializes in the development and promotion of Sport through Architecture, Design and New Media. The foundation of Designsport in the extensive working knowledge acquired by its core team members in over 10 years of designing, developing and delivering events for Major Event Organizing Committees, National Olympic Committees and Sporting Authorities. Designsport implemented activities: • Designsport: master planning architecture overlay bid files • Filmsport: art film graphic animation new media • Goodsport: sport for developing communities education Contact: T: +974 44476794 www.designsport.org

Museos Deportivos – Mude Eventos

International experience in design,  development & management  of sports museums and huge  shows.  Leaders in South America  in innovation and creativity. We  developed Boca Juniors and River  Plate interactive museums, as well  as CONMEBOL’s Museum and  “The Exhibition of Champions” at  Wembley Stadium. Contact: Nicolás López Fagúndez T: +5411-4780-4597 E: alopez@museosdeportivos.com Virrey Olaguer y Felliu 2462, Piso 6 C1426 EBB Ciudad de Buenos Aires Argentina

www.museosdeportivos.com AGENCIES

ES Global

ES Global provides innovative and creative solutions for sporting, corporate and hospitality events. We specialise in event overlay, temporary structures, staging and project management. Sustainability is a fundamental principle to the company’s approach. We ensure the impact of our design is evaluated throughout manufacture, delivery, construction and removal/reuse. Whether you are looking for a temporary sporting venue or hospitality pavilion; we have the ability to turn your vision into reality, we thrive on challenges and to us, nothing is impossible. Contact: Sara Bertie T: +44 20 7055 7211 E: sarab@esglobalsolutions.com www.esglobalsolutions.com

NUSSLI is a leading, global supplier of temporary and modular infrastructure for events related projects. Our core products include grandstands, bleachers and modular stadium solutions, pavilions, exhibition stands, as well as overlay works for major events. We support clients through all project phases - from conceptualisation, through to planning and final implementation. Our headquarters is in Switzerland with branches in Europe and the USA. We provide a unique combination of extensive product range, proven expertise in planning, project management and production across an international network. NUSSLI Group Hauptstrasse 36, CH-8536 Hüttwilen Phone +41 52 748 22 11 huettwilen@nussli.com nussli.com

Populous

Populous is a global design practice specialising in creating environments that draw people and communities together for unforgettable experiences. We make a difference through our comprehensive design services, including sports architecture, conference and exhibition centre architecture, interior design, environmental graphics and wayfinding, events planning and overlay, masterplanning, sustainable design consulting and facilities operations analysis. We are a world leader in the design of sports and entertainment buildings, having worked on over 1,000 sports projects around the world. With a portfolio of over 400 major event venues, we are also recognised as a world leader in overlay design, procurement and construction. Our experience on major events covers the preparation of bid documents, the development of venue briefs and masterplanning, the design of sporting venues and the provision of overlay - which ensures a coordinated approach to our work. We have worked on a large number of Olympic Games – including the designs of Olympic Stadia for Sydney, London and Sochi, as well as FIFA World Cup events, with the designs of Soccer City Stadium in South Africa (2010), Arena das Dunas Natal in Brazil (2014), Sochi Stadium in Russia (2018) and Sport City stadium in Qatar (2018). Contact: Tom Jones Business Development Manager T: +44 (0) 20 8874 7666 E: tom.jones@populous.com www.populous.com

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AGENCIES NUSSLI is a leading, global supplier of temporary and modular infrastructure for events related projects. Our core products include grandstands, bleachers and modular stadium solutions, pavilions, exhibition stands, as well as overlay works for major events. We support clients through all project phases - from conceptualisation, through to planning and final implementation. Our headquarters is in Switzerland with branches in Europe and the USA. We provide a unique combination of extensive product range, proven expertise in planning, project management and production across an international network. NUSSLI Group Hauptstrasse 36, CH-8536 Hüttwilen Phone +41 52 748 22 11 huettwilen@nussli.com nussli.com

Stadia and Arenas II

Stadia and Arenas presents you with data from venue projects in different sports and across different markets to form a best practice guide to the industry. We examine funding options and techniques to help you maximise revenues. We also provide you with business models for new build and refurbishment projects and explore the balance in the mix of seating. Finally we assess the viability of diversified business streams and give you advice on how to tap into them. For further information: T: +44 (0) 207 484 3514 E: infoteam@sportbusiness.com www.sportbusiness.com/stadiaarenas-mp When calling please quote: 12143/MP

Sports Security and Safety Evolving Strategies for a Changing World

Major sports events are increasingly under threat from groups anxious to hi-jack their profile and global audience for their own political and criminal ends. While the attack by Palestinian terrorists on the Israeli team at the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich may provide the most horrific example of the collision between sport and political extremism, every event is and will remain a potential target. Ensuring the safety and security of competitors, spectators, officials and media are the primary objectives of all event organisers. And in the light of the ever-present, constantly-evolving terrorist threat, sports event security has become a multi billion dollar business. Today, sports event security is a highly specialised discipline which draws on the expertise of professionals drawn from the armed forces and police and intelligence services as well as event and facility management and operations professionals.

Next Generation Strategies for Title Sponsorship and Naming Rights

This comprehensive resource is designed to help both buyers and sellers develop a cohesive strategy from start to finish. You will be presented with the key influences and data to drive the decision making process, exploring the best, as well as the worst, examples of naming rights and practice from different sports and territories from around the world as well as identify market trends. Benefit from key numbers in over 50 charts including: • Top deals done by sector, sport and country • Most valuable deals over the past 5 years Proportions of named stadia in • different sports and markets Naming rights and title • sponsorships by value and asset type As an optional extra, we are also offering a package of slides summarising the key knowledge in the report.

This essential report draws on the experience of highly placed experts to deliver an insider’s guide to the processes of threat assessment and analysis, strategy development and the implementation of effective security programmes at sports events.

With 34 tables in 40 slides, we have extracted the key data points and put them into a PowerPoint presentation for you. This is provided ready-to-go and packaged as a white label product for you to use for your own purposes.

For further information:

For further information:

T: +44 (0) 207 484 3514 E: infoteam@sportbusiness.com www.sportbusiness.com/sportssecurity-mp When calling please quote: 12115/MP

T: +44 (0) 207 484 3514 E: infoteam@sportbusiness.com www.sportbusiness.com/titlesponsorship-mp When calling please quote: 12167/MP

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Green 4 Solutions

Green 4 Solutions provide sport tailored CRM, Ticketing and Retail solutions based on Microsoft Dynamics CRM. Using a single technology platform, Green 4 provide solutions to help improve relationships with supporters and maximise revenue. With CRM at the heart of the technology supporter profiles are continually enhanced with information about ticket and retail purchases, spending behaviours and interests. The embedded ecommunications tool provides a mechanism for regular personalised email communications. Customers include: West Bromwich Albion, Club England, Le Mans FC. Contact: T: +44 (0) 845 508 8149 E: beth@green4solutions.com www.green4solutions.com

Mike Burton are specialists in delivering corporate hospitality, sports travel, event and ticket management. The sports travel business operates joint ventures with the Rugby Football Union and the British & Irish Lions. The hospitality business operates at Twickenham and the Wimbledon Championships. The event and ticketing management division operates in the world of global sport, with two joint venture companies. Rugby Travel & Hospitality will deliver the global travel and hospitality programmes for Rugby World Cups 2015 and 2019, and Prestige Ticketing operates the London 2012 Prestige Ticketing programme.

Contact: Justin Hopwood T: +44 (0)1452 888666 E: justin.hopwood@mikeburton.com www.mikeburton.com

Maximising Revenue from Ticketing and CRM

A new lifeline for the sports industry, this vital resource will help you to: • Learn from examples of best practice in customer relationship management • Enhance your customer experience using ticketing management systems • Optimise your pricing to maximise revenue and avoid a half empty stadium • Gain strategies for retaining vital season ticket holders and attracting new ones • Utilise practical solutions to minimise the effects of touting and scalping • Apply the best pricing strategies for different scenarios • Improve customer relations and increase ticket revenues This valuable report brings you insight and opportunities for increasing live audiences and ticketing revenue, whether for a one-off event or to establish a sizeable and loyal customer base season-by-season. Enjoy this exclusive resource and bring your ticketing strategy up to date.

For further information: T: +44 (0) 207 484 3514 E: infoteam@sportbusiness.com www.sportbusiness.com/ticketingcrm-mp When calling please quote: 12102/MP

Sports Event Management The Ultimate Industry Guide

Sports Event Management: The Ultimate Industry Guide is an in-depth and comprehensive report designed to help all those involved in major sports events realise their true potential. This report helps you to navigate the huge range of opportunities around major sports events and offers practical solutions to some of the main issues facing event organisers today. This is a unique and invaluable resource that guides you through the many moving parts which make up the modern sports event. For suppliers the chance to become an intrinsic part of the team is a real one, this report has many benefits, including the knowledge to help you: Track opportunities in major • sports events Tap into the tendering and • procurement cycles Understand how to become • true event partners Balance cash versus value-in• kind contracts Major event organisers will gain powerful insights into the technical and commercial aspects of sports events. You will optimise your revenues, manage your costs and deliver what federations, broadcasters, athletes, sponsors and fans are looking for. With sports events there are no second chances. For further information: T: +44 (0) 207 484 3514 E: infoteam@sportbusiness.com www.sportbusiness.com/sportsevent-management-mp When calling please quote: 12145/MP

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CITIES, TRAVEL & ADVERTISING, PR & SALES TOURISM Sector Contents Host Cities

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Hotels

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Cities, Travel & Tourism Trinidad & Tobago

Trinidad and Tobago is the true destination for hosting worldclass sporting events. From the 2001 FIFA Under-17 World Cup to the 2007 ICC Cricket World Cup and the International Open Golf Championships, Trinidad and Tobago has hosted some of the world’s best mega events. After the play, turn up the music, share some eats and drink and generally ‘lime’ (hang-out) the day away. The sports calendar is packed with tournaments and meets throughout the year and there is always something for you. Contact: Manohar Ramsaran/ Brent Smith T: 001-868-675-7034 Ext: 227,276 E: mramsaran@tdc.co.tt E: bsmith@tdc.co.tt www.gotrinidadandtobago.com

Sports Event Management The Ultimate Industry Guide

This report helps you to navigate the huge range of opportunities around major sports events and offers practical solutions to some of the main issues facing event organisers today. You will optimise your revenues, manage your costs and deliver what federations, broadcasters, athletes, sponsors and fans are looking for. With sports events there are no second chances. For further information: T: +44 (0) 207 484 3514 E: infoteam@sportbusiness.com www.sportbusiness.com/sportsevent-management-mp When calling please quote: 12145/MP

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Sports Event Management The Ultimate Industry Guide

Ultimate Sports Cities 2nd ed.

Sports Event Management: The Ultimate Industry Guide is an in-depth and comprehensive report designed to help all those involved in major sports events realise their true potential.

Hosting sports events is known to provide major economic and social benefits to cities.

This report helps you to navigate the huge range of opportunities around major sports events and offers practical solutions to some of the main issues facing event organisers today.

Recently some cities have benefited more than others, establishing themselves as worldclass leaders in this field. The question is: how do you cross the divide?

This is a unique and invaluable resource that guides you through the many moving parts which make up the modern sports event. For suppliers the chance to become an intrinsic part of the team is a real one, this report has many benefits, including the knowledge to help you: Track opportunities in major • sports events • Tap into the tendering and procurement cycles Understand how to become • true event partners Balance cash versus value-in• kind contracts

Analysing the major players, Ultimate Sports Cities, Second Edition answers that very question.

Major event organisers will gain powerful insights into the technical and commercial aspects of sports events. You will optimise your revenues, manage your costs and deliver what federations, broadcasters, athletes, sponsors and fans are looking for. With sports events there are no second chances. For further information: T: +44 (0) 207 484 3514 E: infoteam@sportbusiness.com www.sportbusiness.com/sportsevent-management-mp When calling please quote: 12145/MP

This report brings you the information you need, including: • • • • • •

An authoritative ranking of leading cities A review of their claims A benchmark for aspiring hosts Details of the facilities and infrastructure they offer The depth of local public and government support The social economic and environmental benefits to the community.

Benefit from valuable data on venues and their capacities, relative prices and standards of local facilities and transport links.

For further information: T: +44 (0) 207 484 3514 E: infoteam@sportbusiness.com www.sportbusiness.com/ ultimate-sports-cities-mp When calling please quote: 12159/MP


YOUR SPORT OUR PASSION In Denmark we are passionate about hosting international sports events. We have the experience and the partners to stage a successful event. We recognize the importance of adding value to an event and its owner, and we always strive to do our utmost to exceed the expectations of all stakeholders. Visit sporteventdenmark.com


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Warsaw

Warsaw - the unique city hosting the unique sport event! In the eve of UEFA EURO 2012™ it’s worth find out more about the flourishing metropolis chosen to be the heart of the biggest football enterprise in Europe. To learn more about Warsaw, please visit the official websites: www.um.warszawa.pl/en and uefaeuro2012.um.warszawa.pl/ Contact: Press Department, Warsaw City Council T: (+48 22) 443 34 74 E: press.euro2012@um.warszawa.pl

Sports Event Management The Ultimate Industry Guide

This report helps you to navigate the huge range of opportunities around major sports events and offers practical solutions to some of the main issues facing event organisers today. You will optimise your revenues, manage your costs and deliver what federations, broadcasters, athletes, sponsors and fans are looking for. With sports events there are no second chances. For further information: T: +44 (0) 207 484 3514 E: infoteam@sportbusiness.com www.sportbusiness.com/sportsevent-management-mp When calling please quote: 12145/MP

Sports Security and Safety Evolving Strategies for a Changing World

Major sports events are increasingly under threat from groups anxious to hi-jack their profile and global audience for their own political and criminal ends. While the attack by Palestinian terrorists on the Israeli team at the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich may provide the most horrific example of the collision between sport and political extremism, every event is and will remain a potential target. Ensuring the safety and security of competitors, spectators, officials and media are the primary objectives of all event organisers. And in the light of the ever-present, constantly-evolving terrorist threat, sports event security has become a multi billion dollar business. Today, sports event security is a highly specialised discipline which draws on the expertise of professionals drawn from the armed forces and police and intelligence services as well as event and facility management and operations professionals.

Sports Tourism Strategies for successful development

Sports Tourism: Strategies for Successful Development identifies the different groups that make up the sector, what each is worth and how best to attract them. It provides analysis of different sports spectator and participant profiles, and examines differences between source markets, national versus international and short versus longhaul visitors. With more than ten information filled chapters Sports Tourism: Strategies for Successful Development gives you the essential information and strategy development models you need including: • • • • •

Creating a sports tourism offer Sports tourism destination marketing Valuing sports events and the visitors they bring Identifying which visitors and events to target Ensuring sports tourism complements existing attractions The role and value of infrastructure investment Sustainable sports tourism

This essential report draws on the experience of highly placed experts to deliver an insider’s guide to the processes of threat assessment and analysis, strategy development and the implementation of effective security programmes at sports events.

This is your guide to the sector demonstrating just how sport can play a part in your development plans.

For further information:

For further information:

T: +44 (0) 207 484 3514 E: infoteam@sportbusiness.com www.sportbusiness.com/sportssecurity-mp When calling please quote: 12115/MP

T: +44 (0) 207 484 3514 E: infoteam@sportbusiness.com www.sportbusiness.com/sportstourism-mp When calling please quote: 12170/MP

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Dubai Duty Free Dubai Duty Free, established in 1983, has grown to become the single largest airport retailer in the world with sales of US$1.27 billion in 2010. Employing 4,000 people, Dubai Duty Free is widely regarded for having set the benchmark for the duty free industry in the region. Its founding principal of offering international travelers a wide range of quality merchandise, value for money and a first class retail experience in a shopper-friendly environment still holds true to this day. To-date, 2011 has been a phenomenal year for Dubai Duty Free with sales reaching US$1.036 billion for the first nine months of the year, representing a 16.4% increase over the same period in 2011 and placing the operation very much on track for year-end sales of an estimated US$1.45 billion. With over 200 awards presented since it began operation in 1983, Dubai Duty Free received several awards including being named the ‘Brand of the Year’ at the annual Superbrand UAE tribute event. Other awards presented are the ‘Best Duty Free Shopping’ award from Global Traveller US magazine, ‘Best for Duty Free Shopping’ from Business Traveller Middle East and the ‘Middle East Retailer of the year’ from Duty Free News International (DFNI). Currently operating some 18,000 square metres of retail space at Dubai International, Dubai Duty Free is ready to roll out its retail operation when the passenger terminal of Al Maktoum International Airport at Dubai World Central is completed in 2012 and in the Concourse 3 at Dubai International in 2013.

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In addition, Dubai Duty Free is preparing to open its first hotel, the Jumeirah Creekside Hotel, in late 2011. The five-star property will be managed by Dubai-based Jumeirah Group, and will be located on the grounds of the Aviation Club in Garhoud. Dubai Duty Free also runs innovative promotions: the world renowned Finest Surprise Luxury Car draw, the Millennium Millionaire to win US$1 million and the Dubai Duty Free Double Millionaire to win US$2 million The operation is also highly committed in promoting Dubai through a series of high level sporting events such as the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships, which is owned and organized by the operation and features a back-to-back WTA and ATP tournament attracting the top tennis players in the world. Previous champions read like a who’s who of the game and include Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal from the ATP and Caroline Wozniacki, Svetlana Kuznetsova and Venus Williams from the WTA. On 20th December, Dubai Duty Free will celebrate its 28th Anniversary, which is sure to signal another sales milestone for the airport retailer when it extends a 25% discount to travellers on that day throughout the 24-hour period.


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Sports Tourism Strategies for successful development

Trinidad & Tobago

Trinidad and Tobago is the true destination for hosting worldclass sporting events. From the 2001 FIFA Under-17 World Cup to the 2007 ICC Cricket World Cup and the International Open Golf Championships, Trinidad and Tobago has hosted some of the world’s best mega events. After the play, turn up the music, share some eats and drink and generally ‘lime’ (hang-out) the day away. The sports calendar is packed with tournaments and meets throughout the year and there is always something for you. Contact: Manohar Ramsaran/ Brent Smith T: 001-868-675-7034 Ext: 227,276 E: mramsaran@tdc.co.tt E: bsmith@tdc.co.tt www.gotrinidadandtobago.com

Warsaw

Sports Tourism: Strategies for Successful Development identifies the different groups that make up the sector, what each is worth and how best to attract them. It provides analysis of different sports spectator and participant profiles, and examines differences between source markets, national versus international and short versus longhaul visitors. With more than ten information filled chapters Sports Tourism: Strategies for Successful Development gives you the essential information and strategy development models you need including: • • • •

Warsaw - the unique city hosting the unique sport event!

In the eve of UEFA EURO 2012™ it’s worth find out more about the flourishing metropolis chosen to be the heart of the biggest football enterprise in Europe.

To learn more about Warsaw, please visit the official websites: www.um.warszawa.pl/en and uefaeuro2012.um.warszawa.pl/ Contact: Press Department, Warsaw City Council T: (+48 22) 443 34 74 E: press.euro2012@um.warszawa.pl

Creating a sports tourism offer Sports tourism destination marketing Valuing sports events and the visitors they bring Identifying which visitors and events to target Ensuring sports tourism complements existing attractions The role and value of infrastructure investment Sustainable sports tourism

This is your guide to the sector demonstrating just how sport can play a part in your development plans. For further information: T: +44 (0) 207 484 3514 E: infoteam@sportbusiness.com www.sportbusiness.com/sportstourism-mp When calling please quote: 12170/MP

Mike Burton are specialists in delivering corporate hospitality, sports travel, event and ticket management. The sports travel business operates joint ventures with the Rugby Football Union and the British & Irish Lions. The hospitality business operates at Twickenham and the Wimbledon Championships. The event and ticketing management division operates in the world of global sport, with two joint venture companies. Rugby Travel & Hospitality will deliver the global travel and hospitality programmes for Rugby World Cups 2015 and 2019, and Prestige Ticketing operates the London 2012 Prestige Ticketing programme.

Contact: Justin Hopwood T: +44 (0)1452 888666 E: justin.hopwood@mikeburton.com www.mikeburton.com

Maximising the Value of Hospitality

The majority of brand owners haven’t even begun to scratch the surface of using hospitality as a way of retaining and motivating clients or their own employees in any meaningful way. This in-depth report from SportBusiness, takes a hard look at the world of business entertainment from the point of view of the party picking up the tab. For further information: T: +44 (0) 207 484 3514 E: infoteam@sportbusiness.com www.sportbusiness.com/ maximising_hospitality_mp When calling please quote: 12105/MP

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Cities, Travel & Tourism City of Manchester

In April 2010, Manchester was named one of the world’s top ten cities for hosting international sports events by Sportbusiness Magazine’s Ultimate Sports City listing. The city regularly hosts major international sports events at world-class venues such as the Etihad Stadium and the iconic Old Trafford Stadium. Manchester is also renowned for its vibrant cultural scene, great nightlife, fantastic cuisine and a shopping experience that includes the best of high-street boutiques and speciality markets.

Contact: T: +44 (0)871 222 8223 E: touristinformation@ visitmanchester.com www.visitmanchester.com

EventScotland

EventScotland is the national events agency and is working to make Scotland one of the world’s leading event destinations. By developing an exciting portfolio of sporting and cultural events, EventScotland is helping to raise Scotland’s international profile and boost the economy by attracting more visitors. We work with a range of partners to maximise the benefits of existing events, attract new events and to showcase Scotland as The Perfect Stage for world-class events. Contact: EventScotland 5th Floor, Ocean Point One 94 Ocean Drive Edinburgh, EH6 6JH T: +44 (0) 131 472 2313 E: information@eventscotland.org

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Sport and the Role of Government

The secret of sport and public sector success can be found by working in a true partnership. Sport and the Role of Government provides you with guidance and examples of partnerships that have worked well. We identify the characteristics of organisations which are well matched and provide a template for both sport and government organisations to establish effective working relationships with one another. We examine public finance from the perspective of sport, demonstrating how sport can attract funding from government and gives you examples of where these relationships have been profitable for both sides. This report reviews the different sources of funding available and shows how several different streams can be targeted effectively. This report finds that governments look set to sustain or even increase their involvement in sport. It examines their objectives, how they fund sport and their considerations when they do so. It also provides you with a framework to evaluate public funding and identifies the different contexts in which this funding was provided. For further information: T: +44 (0) 207 484 3514 E: infoteam@sportbusiness.com www.sportbusiness.com/sportgovernment-mp When calling please quote: 12156/MP

Sports Event Management The Ultimate Industry Guide

Sports Event Management: The Ultimate Industry Guide is an in-depth and comprehensive report designed to help all those involved in major sports events realise their true potential. This report helps you to navigate the huge range of opportunities around major sports events and offers practical solutions to some of the main issues facing event organisers today. This is a unique and invaluable resource that guides you through the many moving parts which make up the modern sports event. For suppliers the chance to become an intrinsic part of the team is a real one, this report has many benefits, including the knowledge to help you: • Track opportunities in major sports events • Tap into the tendering and procurement cycles • Understand how to become true event partners • Balance cash versus value-inkind contracts Major event organisers will gain powerful insights into the technical and commercial aspects of sports events. You will optimise your revenues, manage your costs and deliver what federations, broadcasters, athletes, sponsors and fans are looking for. With sports events there are no second chances. For further information: T: +44 (0) 207 484 3514 E: infoteam@sportbusiness.com www.sportbusiness.com/sportsevent-management-mp When calling please quote: 12145/MP


SPORTS TOURISM: STRATEGIES FOR SUCCESSFUL DEVELOPMENT

For further information: Call +44 (0) 207 484 3514 or email infoteam@sportbusiness.com www.sportbusiness.com/sports-tourism-mp When calling please quote: 12144/MP


DESTINATION ADVERTISING, PR & SALES LONDON Sector Contents attractions

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Destination London Roundhouse

Sports Event Management The Ultimate Industry Guide

Ultimate Sports Cities 2nd ed.

The Roundhouse is a leading performance venue with an internationally renowned history of pushing artistic boundaries. It exists to enable 11-25 year olds to realise their creative potential and to offer audiences across the world new and extraordinary experiences in live music, theatre, dance, circus and new media. All of the income generated from venue hire goes directly in to funding the work done in the Roundhouse Studios.

Sports Event Management: The Ultimate Industry Guide is an in-depth and comprehensive report designed to help all those involved in major sports events realise their true potential.

Hosting sports events is known to provide major economic and social benefits to cities.

This report helps you to navigate the huge range of opportunities around major sports events and offers practical solutions to some of the main issues facing event organisers today.

Recently some cities have benefited more than others, establishing themselves as worldclass leaders in this field. The question is: how do you cross the divide?

For more information about hiring any of the Roundhouse’s several state of the art spaces please contact: T: 020 7424 6771 E: hire@roundhouse.org.uk www.roundhouse.org.uk/hire Twitter: @RoundhouseEvent

This is a unique and invaluable resource that guides you through the many moving parts which make up the modern sports event. For suppliers the chance to become an intrinsic part of the team is a real one, this report has many benefits, including the knowledge to help you: Track opportunities in major • sports events • Tap into the tendering and procurement cycles Understand how to become • true event partners Balance cash versus value-in• kind contracts

Analysing the major players, Ultimate Sports Cities, Second Edition answers that very question.

Surrey Sports Park

Surrey Sports Park is one of Europe’s leading elite sports training and event venues, featuring world class facilities and host to a number of professional teams, athletes and sporting events. Located 40 minutes away from London at the University of Surrey in Guildford, Surrey Sports Park has a 1000 seat indoor sports arena, additional flexible spaces and sports facilities that include squash and tennis courts, artificial and grass pitches, a Health and Fitness Centre and Climbing Centre. Contact: T: +44(0)1483 689 111 Rob Mitchell, Events Manager E: r.j.mitchell@surrey.ac.uk Gems Leaming, Head of Projects E: g.leaming@surrey.ac.uk www.surreysportspark.co.uk

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Major event organisers will gain powerful insights into the technical and commercial aspects of sports events. You will optimise your revenues, manage your costs and deliver what federations, broadcasters, athletes, sponsors and fans are looking for. With sports events there are no second chances. For further information: T: +44 (0) 207 484 3514 E: infoteam@sportbusiness.com www.sportbusiness.com/sportsevent-management-mp When calling please quote: 12145/MP

This report brings you the information you need, including: • • • • • •

An authoritative ranking of leading cities A review of their claims A benchmark for aspiring hosts Details of the facilities and infrastructure they offer The depth of local public and government support The social economic and environmental benefits to the community.

Benefit from valuable data on venues and their capacities, relative prices and standards of local facilities and transport links.

For further information: T: +44 (0) 207 484 3514 E: infoteam@sportbusiness.com www.sportbusiness.com/ ultimate-sports-cities-mp When calling please quote: 12159/MP


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Destination London Sail Royal Greenwich

Maximising the Value of Hospitality

Sports Event Bidding

Strengthening your relationships Sail Royal Greenwich is a Tall Ship event running during the Olympics, on the Thames in London from 25th July to 12th August 2012. • • • • • • • • •

Fleet of 20 tall ships Historic Reception area Corporate Hospitality Relaxed Networking Exclusive hire of Ships for the duration of the Olympics Michelin Menu by Richard Corrigan and Ron Blaauw Inclusive Wine bar Excellent Service Realistic pricing

Contact: Nathalie Delahaye T: 0203 040 2350 E: info@sailroyalgreenwich.co.uk www.sailroyalgreenwich.co.uk

SportsMark

How do you leverage the passion and excitement of the live sporting event and turn it into a brand and business building tool for your clients? You team up with SportsMark. SportsMark specialises in using the live sporting event as a marketing platform to grow key business to business relationships for our clients. • Strategic consulting • Sponsorship activation • Bespoke corporate hospitality • Event management • Specialising in Olympic Games, FIFA World Cup, EURO 2012, Wimbledon, Rugby World Cup and other premier global events Contact: Joanna Olszowska T: +44 (0) 207.031.8424 E: joannao@sportsmark.com www.sportsmark.com

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Hospitality is no longer just about entertaining clients. It’s about maximising your return on investment. It costs five times as much to acquire a new client as it does to keep an existing one. Yet the majority of brand owners haven’t even begun to scratch the surface of using hospitality as a way of retaining and motivating clients or their own employees in any meaningful way. This in-depth report from SportBusiness, takes a hard look at the world of business entertainment from the point of view of the party picking up the tab. What you will learn from this report: •

How to apply customer segmentation techniques as a way of driving corporate hospitality • How to turn corporate hospitality into an effective part of a customer relationship management programme • How to create a hospitality brief and procure an appropriate hospitality supplier • How to measure and evaluate corporate hospitality as a vital component of sports sponsorship ...and a great deal more. For further information: T: +44 (0) 207 484 3514 E: infoteam@sportbusiness.com www.sportbusiness.com/ maximising_hospitality_mp When calling please quote: 12105/MP

Sports Event Bidding is a comprehensive resource for both bidders and property owners. It will help in this high stakes game by plotting rapid changes in the bidding landscape and providing a carefully mapped course through it. With expert input from successful and unsuccessful bids around the world you will gain vital insight into all the key factors essential to your bid. We examine all areas from making the initial decision to mounting a bid, through putting together the components of a successful campaign. Ensure you position sports event bidding at the heart of your plans to bring tourist and business revenues to your city and in turn bring economic prosperity. The Sports Event Bidding report is essential reading for all those responsible for bringing sports games and competitions to their city, region or country. This report serves as a must have guide on what you need to do to start putting your city on the map.

For further information: T: +44 (0) 207 484 3514 E: infoteam@sportbusiness.com www.sportbusiness.com/sportsevent-bidding-mp When calling please quote: 12140/MP


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Destination LonDon LSO St Luke’s

Home to Lso Discovery, the London symphony orchestra’s pioneering music education programme, Lso st Luke’s is a stunning Grade i listed building. Hints of original architectural remain within an inspiring contemporary space ideal for rehearsals & concerts, filming & recording, conferences, receptions & dinners. external income enables us to develop our outreach work and maintain state-of-the-art facilities, ensuring the Centre has a place in the cultural life of future generations. Contact: T: 020 7566 2871 E: lsostlukes@lso.co.uk lso.co.uk/lsostlukes

Roundhouse

the Roundhouse is a leading performance venue with an internationally renowned history of pushing artistic boundaries. it exists to enable 11-25 year olds to realise their creative potential and to offer audiences across the world new and extraordinary experiences in live music, theatre, dance, circus and new media. All of the income generated from venue hire goes directly in to funding the work done in the Roundhouse Studios. For more information about hiring any of the Roundhouse’s several state of the art spaces please contact: T: 020 7424 6771 E: hire@roundhouse.org.uk www.roundhouse.org.uk/hire twitter: @Roundhouseevent

Unique Venues of London

With venues spanning over a millennium - from 606aD to 2003 – Unique Venues of London (UVL) offers a collection of unique and unusual event spaces. From the modern to the historic, renowned buildings to the lesser known, it incorporates venues such as the Wallace Collection, Kew Gardens, tate Modern and the Foundling Museum. UVL venues represent a crosssection of London as each member provides a taste of London’s history and heritage, landscape or culture through its event and hospitality offerings. Guests can experience London’s history in the setting of the Churchill War Rooms, whilst its iconic landscapes can be experienced at venues such as the eDF energy London eye and st Paul’s Cathedral. alternatively can soak up the culture whilst hosting an event in shakespeare’s Globe or gain an insight into London’s international heritage by viewing exhibits as part of an event at the British Museum. access with ease London’s finest venues through Unique Venues of London and find your truly inspirational venue to host your memorable event.

Stadia and Arenas II advanced Commercial strategies

stadia and arenas presents you with data from venue projects in different sports and across different markets to form a best practice guide to the industry. We examine funding options and techniques to help you maximise revenues. We also provide you with business models for new build and refurbishment projects and explore the balance in the mix of seating. alongside the valuable financial information, this essential report shows you trends and possibilities in design and construction and reports on techniques to improve environmental sustainability. Finally we assess the viability of diversified business streams and give you advice on how to tap into them. Whether you are planning a large redevelopment or looking to extend the life and revenue generating potential of an existing venue stadia and arenas: advanced Commercial strategies is a must read report. For further information:

Contact: Lisa Hatswell T: 07808 646657 E: enquiries@ uniquevenuesoflondon.co.uk www.uniquevenuesoflondon.co.uk

T: +44 (0) 207 484 3514 E: infoteam@sportbusiness.com www.sportbusiness.com/stadiaarenas-mp When calling please quote: 12143/MP

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ROUNDHOUSE CURRENTLY AVAILABLE TO HIRE

LEgACY Venue hire fees go directly towards funding the work

the Roundhouse does with in excess of 3,000 11 to 25 year olds each year, allowing them to realise their creative potential.

HERITAgE The Roundhouse has been at the heart of the industrial and cultural revolutions, and it’s now ready to be at the heart of London’s sporting revolution.

LOCATION The Roundhouse is set in the heart of Camden Town

and is surrounded by the open spaces of Regents Park and Primrose Hill.

TRAVEL Quick and direct transport links to the Olympic Park via the North London line or Javelin Train

SPACES FOR HIRE Main Space @ 1,300 sq m

(including lighting & sound package) Circle Balcony @ 720 sq m Terrace @ 310 sq m Studio Theatre @ 120 sq m Torquil’s Bar @ 110 sq m Circle Bar @ 80 sq m Service Yard @ 2,000 sq m 4 x Studio spaces @ 15 sq m each space 5 x banner sites at the front of the Roundhouse

FOR ALL ENQUIRIES PLEASE CONTACT

Email: hire@roundhouse.org.uk or Tel: 020 7424 6771

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ESSEC Business School

the Sports Marketing programs of ESSEC BUSINESS SCHOOL are the most recognised qualifications in Sports Marketing education. Qualifications: Master of Science in Management (3 years) or advanced Masters in international Sports Marketing (16 months). these programs offer courses, seminars abroad, real cases to work on for recognised business partners such as adidas, Havas Sports & Entertainment, adecco, coca-cola Heineken international as well as for well-known international sports institutions. For further details: Sandrine Plançon E: plancon@essec.fr www.essec.edu

De Montfort University

Postgraduate Certificate, Diploma or Master of Laws (LLM) in Sports Law and Practice by Distance Learning Commences September 2012 Why should apply for the Sports Law & Practice by distance learning programme? the course is key for actual/ intending practicing lawyers in: • Sports regulation and governance • Sports broadcasting • commercial aspects of sport … and all legal and sports management professionals and those responsible for representing the interests of athletes and players Contact: T: +44 (0)20 7017 7209 E: dmu@informa.com www.informaglobalevents.com/ KW1043SBIL

Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU)

School of Sport & Exercise Sciences combine the finest academic expertise with a market focus to help meet the ever-changing demands of industry. our research is internationally renowned and funded by research councils, charities and external partners. We provide innovative, research-led programmes and consultancy all supported by world class academics and state-of-the-art facilities. our expertise encompasses a wide range within the sport, health and fitness arena, with particular strengths in Football, children’s health & fitness and cardiovascular research to name but a few. Contact: David Rutt Business development Manager T: 07968 422 498 E: d.M.rutt@ljmu.ac.uk www.ljmu.ac.uk

Nottingham Trent University

if you have a passion for sports, exercise, leisure, coaching or health, a postgraduate sport science masters qualification from ntu will give you the knowledge and practical skills you need to succeed. courses include: MRes Sport Science develop expertise within performance analysis, sports nutrition or biomechanics. MSc International Performance Analysis of Sport discover performance analysis in collaboration with the university of Valencia, Spain and the otto-von-guericke university Magdeburg, germany. Contact: Antoinette Minniti T: +44 (0)115 848 3918 E: antoinette.minniti@ntu.ac.uk www.ntu.ac.uk/sat

Successful Selling of Sponsorship

this course is designed specifically for those already in the industry looking to develop their current skills or those looking to gain entry to the business. course content: • Elements of a sponsorship deal • Valuing your property • creating an attractive sponsorship package • creating the perfect proposal and pitch • negotiating, closing and contracting For further information: T: +44 (0) 207 484 3514 E: infoteam@sportbusiness.com www.sportbusiness.com/sellingsponsorship-mp When calling please quote: 12145/MP

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CENTRE INTERNATIONAL D’ÉTUDE DU SPORT

Your partner in improving the management of sport

João Havelange Research Scholarship by CIES Research

The International Centre for Sport Studies (CIES) provides a link between the theoretical study of sport management and its practical application. We conduct research, such as the CIES Observatory and Joao Havelange Scholarship, provide top-level education programmes, such as the FIFA Master and International University Network, and offer consulting services to a worldwide network of partners.

International Master by CIES Education

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Education & Training Sports Recruitment International Birkbeck delivers prestigious, internationally recognised University of London qualifications, with a flexible teaching schedule that caters for working part-time and full-time students. Our sport related programmes draw on the research activity of the Birkbeck Sport Business Centre www.sportbusinesscentre.com: • • • •

MSc Sports Marketing MSc Sports Management and the Business of Football Postgraduate Certificate Sport Management Postgraduate Certificate Sport Governance

For further information, contact the Course Administrator: T: 020 7631 6776 E: postgrad@mbs.bbk.ac.uk

Over the last ten years Sports Recruitment International has consolidated its position as one of the leading executive search solutions providers specialising in the international sports industry.

Do you want your product or service seen by over 118,000 people each month? Now you can with a presence on the biggest website for the business of sport.

With regional offices in Switzerland, the UK, Singapore and Australia, our team has established an unrivalled international network of sports executives.

SportBusiness.com had over 1 million unique visitors during 2011 from all around the world more than justifying our claim to be the number 1 website for the sport industry.

We believe in offering a flexible and broad range of services and approaches to suit the individual needs of our clients. These include: • • • •

Successful Selling of Sponsorship

This course is designed specifically for those already in the industry looking to develop their current skills or those looking to gain entry to the business. Course content: • Elements of a sponsorship deal • Valuing your property • Creating an attractive sponsorship package • Creating the perfect proposal and pitch • Negotiating, closing and contracting For further information: T: +44 (0) 207 484 3514 E: infoteam@sportbusiness.com www.sportbusiness.com/sellingsponsorship-mp When calling please quote: 12145/MP

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SportBusiness.com

Confidential executive search Contingency recruitment Interim management and consultancy services Online, web based services

We provide our clients with in-depth knowledge of the industry, offering specialist services by sports sector and business functions. Sport Sectors: • Agencies Broadcast & media • Betting & gaming • Clubs, teams & venues • • Corporate sponsors Elite performance and • participation • Global events Public sport & education • • Rights holders Sporting goods brands • Our team is united through their passion for sport and for providing our clients with the best possible service. Building relationships and developing partnerships is fundamental to our approach. Contact: T: +44 20 7092 6950 E: info@sportsrecruitment.com www.sportsrecruitment.com

Visitors from 218 countries speaking 183 languages return daily, and weekly to read the news, articles, and blog posts. New developments for coming soon include a mobile app making SportBusiness.com even more popular and valued by visitors. With high traffic levels on PC and soon on mobile, SportBusiness. com provides the perfect platform to boost your visibility in this important industry. Branding on our homepage and section pages will put you top of mind and classified and banner ads in our directory, calendar or jobs board will bring in valuable direct response. SportBusiness.com is the ideal platform for hosting cities, recruiters, suppliers and rights holders looking for contact and new business. And, we can support your web presence with outbound emails to our large database of contacts. So, if you want to reach the global sport business audience contact Alex Fontaine today to see how SportBusiness.com can help you achieve your goals. Contact: Alex Fontaine T: +44(0)207 954 3482 E: alex.fontaine@sportbusiness.com www.sportbusiness.com/mediapack


EVENTS Sector Contents Conferences, Exhibitions & Venues

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Roundhouse

The Roundhouse is a leading performance venue with an internationally renowned history of pushing artistic boundaries. It exists to enable 11-25 year olds to realise their creative potential and to offer audiences across the world new and extraordinary experiences in live music, theatre, dance, circus and new media. All of the income generated from venue hire goes directly in to funding the work done in the Roundhouse Studios. For more information about hiring any of the Roundhouse’s several state of the art spaces please contact: T: 020 7424 6771 E: hire@roundhouse.org.uk www.roundhouse.org.uk/hire Twitter: @RoundhouseEvent

Sport Event Denmark The Danish national sports event organisation established by the Danish Government and the National Danish Sports Organisations with the main objective of attracting and organising major international sports events and sports congresses. Broendby Stadion 20 DK-2605 Broendby T: +45 43262100 F: +45 43262125 info@sporteventdenmark.com sporteventdenmark.com

SPORTEL Rio

SPORTEL is the world’s leading business market for the Sports Media Industry! It is recognized globally as the largest, most influential business venue for high-level sports and media executives. For its upcoming spring market, SPORTEL is pleased to present a thrilling show in the wonderful city of Rio de Janeiro, a vibrating city that is to become the world’s center of attention in international sport. Mark your calendar ! SPORTELRio: 12-14 March 2012 SOFITEL Rio de Janeiro Copacabana SPORTELMonaco: 15-18 October 2012 Grimaldi Forum, Monaco Contact: David Jones T: +34 650 76 71 26 www.sportelRio.com

Trinidad & Tobago

Trinidad and Tobago is the true destination for hosting worldclass sporting events. From the 2001 FIFA Under-17 World Cup to the 2007 ICC Cricket World Cup and the International Open Golf Championships, Trinidad and Tobago has hosted some of the world’s best mega events. After the play, turn up the music, share some eats and drink and generally ‘lime’ (hang-out) the day away. The sports calendar is packed with tournaments and meets throughout the year and there is always something for you. Contact: Manohar Ramsaran/ Brent Smith T: 001-868-675-7034 Ext: 227,276 E: mramsaran@tdc.co.tt E: bsmith@tdc.co.tt www.gotrinidadandtobago.com

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Unique Venues of London

Surrey Sports Park is one of Europe’s leading elite sports training and event venues, featuring world class facilities and host to a number of professional teams, athletes and sporting events. Located 40 minutes away from London at the University of Surrey in Guildford, Surrey Sports Park has a 1000 seat indoor sports arena, additional flexible spaces and sports facilities that include squash and tennis courts, artificial and grass pitches, a Health and Fitness Centre and Climbing Centre. Contact: T: +44(0)1483 689 111 Rob Mitchell, Events Manager E: r.j.mitchell@surrey.ac.uk Gems Leaming, Head of Projects E: g.leaming@surrey.ac.uk www.surreysportspark.co.uk

Unique Venues of London is a marketing consortium of 73 unique and unusual venues within London; all of which reflect the spirit, tradition and cosmopolitan nature of one of the world’s most vibrant cities. Each member venue provides the event organiser or host, an opportunity to choose from a wonderful selection of timeless venues from palaces and national monuments to museums and art galleries spanning over a millennium from 606AD to 2003. Make your event truly memorable and choose one of London’s finest venues. Contact: Lisa Hatswell T: 07808 646657 E: enquiries@ uniquevenuesoflondon.co.uk www.uniquevenuesoflondon.co.uk

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Clipper Round the World Yacht Race

The Clipper Round the World Yacht Race creates a unique platform for the global promotion of destinations, trade and culture. Clipper 13-14 features a new fleet of twelve 70-foot yachts crewed over 40,000 miles by non-professional sailors from all walks of life. Global media audiences exceed 500 million, with yacht sponsors and hosts benefitting from millions of dollars worth of economic impact from visitor spend, improved tourism, inward investment and commercial trade deals. To discover more contact: Neil Jenkinson T: +44 2392 526000 E: njenkinson@clipper-ventures.com www.ClipperRoundTheWorld.com

Deep Red Creative

Deep Red Creative is a design and marketing agency serving clients all over the UK working within the Sports and Retail market. It deals with strategic and creative marketing for campaigns and projects across all media. Deep Red Creative is the culmination of several years of experience in the graphic design and marketing industries working with some of the UK’s best known brands on projects including brand development and management, product marketing, sponsorship campaigns and both online and press advertising. Contact: Sarah Mammatt E: sarah@deepredcreative.com www.deepredcreative.com search deepredcreative for social media

Definitive Sport

NOTHING LESS THAN EXCEPTIONAL Definitive Sport is the specialist sports division of Definitive Events. We are independent specialists in Sponsor Hospitality Programmes, with Olympic Hospitality expertise, having worked at 3 Olympic Games and other major sporting events, as well as for Premier Football Teams’ Sponsors. We partner with our clients to deliver turnkey solutions to sponsors, rights holders, organising committees, National Olympic Committees and Sporting Federations for hospitality management, event management and consultancy. Through our expertise, experience and knowledge, we ensure our clients achieve and exceed their sponsorship and corporate objectives through “once in a lifetime experiences” with their hospitality programmes at major sporting events around the world and make a lasting impression with their guests. Contact: Lisa Pennington Managing Director E: lisap@definitiveevents.co.uk Piccadilly House 49 Piccadilly Manchester M1 2AP T: +44 (0) 161 212 1595 F: +44 (0) 161 212 1598 www.definitivesport.co.uk www.definitiveevents.co.uk

Dorna Sports

Dorna Sports was established in 1988 as an international sports management and marketing company, and since 1992 has been the exclusive holder of the commercial and television rights relating to MotoGP (FIM Road Racing World Championship Grand Prix). Dorna is in charge of coordinating Grand Prix organisation with each local promoter, and managing relations with manufacturers and teams. With the exclusive MotoGP VIP Village facility, Dorna’s partners have the chance to enjoy the MotoGP experience from luxury suites located at the best vantage points at every racetrack. For further information: www.dorna.com

Euroasia Sports

The main competitive fields that Euroasia Sports is involved with are the planning and management of sports events. Our event management team provides our customers with full service in the planning and management with all aspects of their projects in the development of creative, unique and intelligent projects. In regards to planning, executing and hosting services, the Erzurum Winter Universiade 2011, Extreme Sailing Series and International Skating Union (ISU) Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating Istanbul are some of our references. Contact: Deniz Silistre T: +(90) 212 211 59 00 E: deniz@euroasiasports.com www.euroasiasports.com

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Eurosport Events is the event management arm of the Eurosport Group. It is a specialist division in the organisation, management and promotion of international sporting events. Eurosport Events is today involved in several prestigious motorsport series. These include the FIA World Touring Car Championship (WTCC) and the Intercontinental Rally Challenge (IRC). Eurosport Events is also involved in equestrianism with the Global Champions Tour and the Saut Hermès. Eurosport Events deals with many aspects of events management. These can range from TV production to media rights distribution (via Eurosport Group’s own media and through sublicensing), as well as the sale of the marketing rights and international communications. Contact: Lorraine Deloison T: +33.1.40.93.80.00 E: ldeloison@eurosport.com www.eurosport.com

Event Planning Group is a supplier of major event expertise to every Olympic Games since Atlanta along with World Cups in Football, Cricket and Rugby. EPG’s major events team utilise their vast experience to provide support for Organising Committees in the planning and delivery of: Venue Overlay & • Infrastructure Venue Management & • Operations Management of Logistics & • Catering Operations Village Management & • Operations Bid City Support • In each of these areas EPG offer a menu of services including: Concept Development • Cost Management • Supply Chain Assessment • Value Engineering • Commodity Procurement • Contract Management • Overlay Planning, • Procurement and Delivery Risk Management • Project Management • Operations • Health and Safety • Co-ordination Re-instatement • EPG supplies flexible resource solutions including, secondment into Organising Committees or on a straightforward project delivery basis. Contact: David Cook London Office: +44 207 398 8398 Melbourne Office: +61 409 178423 Mobile: +44 7976 269008 E: dcook@eventplanninggroup.net www.eventplanninggroup.net

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FIM

The FIM (Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme) founded in 1904, is the governing body for motorcycle sport and the global advocate for motorcycling. It is recognised as the sole competent authority in motorcycle sport by the International Olympic Committee (IOC). Among its 50 FIM World Championships the main events are MotoGP, Superbike, Endurance, Motocross, Supercross, Trial, Enduro, Cross-Country Rallies and Speedway. The FIM also deals with non-sporting matters such as leisure motorcycling, mobility, transport, road safety, public policy and the environment. Contact: T: +41 22 950 95 00 E: marketing@fim.ch www.fim-live.com

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Manchester is the world’s leading sport city, renowned for staging record-breaking, heart-stopping international sporting events. From our world class sports stadia to the city’s streets, Manchester has created a unique and innovative events programme. Manchester has it all. To check out the full sports programme visit www.manchesterworldsport.com

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MANCHESTER – Setting the pace Home of two footballing giants, and with a wide variety of world-class sporting venues, Manchester is well placed ahead of next year’s Olympic and Paralympic Games. In the past year the city has hosted major events such as the UCI Track Cycling World Cup, British Taekwondo Open and ROWE British Squash Grand Prix. The UK’s biggest 10K road race, the Bupa Great Manchester Run, is held annually and in 2011 was part of the Great Day of Sport, along with the Great City Games and Great Salford Swim. Manchester’s events strategy outlines the commitment to maximising the benefits for its residents, businesses and visitors through the staging of world-class sports events. This approach helped the city achieve the status as number one for Legacy in the Sport Business Ultimate Sports City Listing in 2010. A recent example of this strategy came at the UCI Track Cycling World Cup, where the event legacy programme provided funds to buy 20 BMX bikes to be stored at schools close to the National Cycling Centre to help children access the brand-new indoor BMX track. As well as delivering established events, Manchester aims to offer new and innovative event solutions. In February 2011, Manchester City Council announced

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details of a historic agreement with the NBA and USA Basketball that will bring a series of high-profile events to the city. The first of these events, WNBA Live – Manchester 2011, took place in May and pitted the Great Britain Women’s team against professional side Atlanta Dream from the Women’s NBA. In 2012 USA Men’s and Women’s teams will visit to take on Great Britain, and finally the city will host a pre-season NBA clash in 2013. Manchester is also playing a key role in the north west’s ‘Be Inspired’ Olympic offer in the build-up to London 2012. Prior to the Games themselves, USA Basketball, the Australian Olympic Swim Team and the Thailand Olympic Team will train in Manchester. In ‘Games Time’ Old Trafford will be hosting nine Olympic football matches. As we move towards the start of the Paralympic Games, Manchester will welcome the powerful Brazilian Paralympic Team for their final training camp, along with both the Great Britain Paralympic Swim Team and Thailand Paralympic Team. This means that in August 2012, a total of 450 elite athletes will be training in Manchester, along with 100 additional support staff. Add to this the fact that Britain’s Cycling, Taekwondo and Water Polo Teams will all be preparing


from their Manchester bases and the city is showing that while London will be the focus of the sporting world, Manchester will be playing its own part in what will be a momentous year for British sport. Facilities Manchester is home to an impressive array of sports facilities. Less than two miles from the city centre, the largest concentration of sporting venues in Europe can be found, including the 48,000-seat Etihad Stadium, the National Squash Centre, and the Manchester Tennis and Football Centre. Across the city, Manchester United’s Old Trafford Stadium is one of the world’s iconic football grounds, with a capacity of 76,000. In the city centre, the MEN Arena is Europe’s busiest indoor arena, with seating configurations for 3,000 to 21,000 spectators. The Arena has recently hosted sports events such as the 9th FINA World Swimming Championships, World Netball Series and World Heavyweight Boxing. There are exciting times ahead in east Manchester. This summer, the new state-of the-art indoor BMX track at the National Cycling Centre opened to the public. This 2,000-seat facility is the training base for GB riders such as three-time World Champion Shanaze

Reade and offers a comprehensive track programme catering for novice to elite groups. The National Cycling Centre houses the BMX track and velodrome, and is also home to British Cycling, the national governing body for the sport. The unique venue puts Manchester in a strong position to host future events across different cycling disciplines in years to come. Nearby, Manchester City FC is set to start work on the development of a world-leading training complex adjacent to the Etihad Stadium. Initial plans are in place for the 80-acre site to house 15 full-size pitches, a 7,000 seat mini-stadium, and accommodation for playing staff. Manchester City Council is working in partnership with the club to maximise the potential for the city, with the goal of increasing accessibility to new sports facilities for the local community. These plans will drive the ongoing regeneration of east Manchester, creating jobs, strengthening the area’s focus on sport, while confirming the city as a major international sporting destination. To find out more, contact the city’s Sports Events Team. Email: events@manchester.gov.uk Web:www.manchesterworldsport.com www.manchester.gov.uk

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Jose Mourinho limited edition of 10 canvases for auction. Client: Nordoff Robins. Event: Football Extravaganza Harry Ellis limited edition of 10 canvases for auction. Client: Matt Hampson Foundation. Event: Testimonial dinner.

Advertising, Promotional banners & general display. Client: England Athletics. Event: England Athletics Hall of Fame.

DESIGN WITH SUBSTANCE We create contemporary and specific works of graphic art and design for events, functions and special occasions including limited editions for auction. It’s unique, but above all else, we create with an understanding of the environment and culture of respective sports. contact Sarah@deepredcreative for the full story.

www.deepredcreative.com contact: Sarah Mammatt sarah@deepredcreative.com 01908 524444

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EventScotland

EventScotland is the national events agency and is working to make Scotland one of the world’s leading event destinations. By developing an exciting portfolio of sporting and cultural events, EventScotland is helping to raise Scotland’s international profile and boost the economy by attracting more visitors. We work with a range of partners to maximise the benefits of existing events, attract new events and to showcase Scotland as The Perfect Stage for world-class events. Contact: EventScotland 5th Floor, Ocean Point One 94 Ocean Drive Edinburgh, EH6 6JH T: +44 (0) 131 472 2313 E: information@eventscotland.org

Great Big Events

Great Big Events is the world leader in Sport Presentation. We have delivered expert Sport Presentation for more than 60 major international sporting events including the Olympic Games; Commonwealth Games; the Rugby World Cup; Asian Games; and World Championships across a vast array of sports. Contact: Great Big Events – United Kingdom T: +44 (0) 208 871 4555 Great Big Events – Australia T: +61 (0) 2 9660 6133 E: enquiries@greatbigevents.com www.greatbigevents.com Twitter: @GreatBigEvents

International Table Tennis Federation

Looking to invest or enter the Chinese and Asian Market? Then TMS International is the perfect place to start. Representing the International Table Tennis Federation for the last 10 years has ensured that TMS international has excellent contacts and partners in the region and in the country where table tennis is revered as a National Sport. With various possibilities still available over the upcoming years the opportunity awaits. Contact us now: Anders Thunstrom Managing Director E: at@tmsin.com

Museos Deportivos – Mude Eventos

International experience in design, development & management of sports museums and huge shows. Leaders in South America in innovation and creativity. We developed Boca Juniors and River Plate interactive museums, as well as CONMEBOL’s Museum and “The Exhibition of Champions” at Wembley Stadium. Contact: Nicolás López Fagúndez T: +5411-4780-4597 E: alopez@museosdeportivos.com Virrey Olaguer y Felliu 2462, Piso 6 C1426 EBB Ciudad de Buenos Aires Argentina www.museosdeportivos.com

Infront Hospitality Management

Infront Hospitality Management is an internationally recognised full-service hospitality operation for major sports events. Its client list is an impressive one in the context of sport. The company has global network capabilities and provides clients with a range of hospitality options, from concept development to full implementation and management. It is co-owned by Kofler & Kompanie, a leading international catering company, and Infront Sports & Media. Contact: T: +41-41-723 15 15 E: info@infrontsports.com www.infront-hospitality.com

Mike Burton are specialists in delivering corporate hospitality, sports travel, event and ticket management. The sports travel business operates joint ventures with the Rugby Football Union and the British & Irish Lions. The hospitality business operates at Twickenham and the Wimbledon Championships. The event and ticketing management division operates in the world of global sport, with two joint venture companies. Rugby Travel & Hospitality will deliver the global travel and hospitality programmes for Rugby World Cups 2015 and 2019, and Prestige Ticketing operates the London 2012 Prestige Ticketing programme.

Contact: Justin Hopwood T: +44 (0)1452 888666 E: justin.hopwood@mikeburton.com www.mikeburton.com

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SCOTLAND THE PERFECT STAGE

EventScotland, the national events agency, has worked in conjunction with partners to bring sixteen world championships to Scotland since our inception in 2003. Looking forward, Scotland has recently won bids to host the 2013 World Youth Netball Championships; the 2015 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships and the 2015 World Orienteering Championships and we’re not stopping there. EventScotland is currently bidding for many more world-class competitions which will cement Scotland’s reputation as the perfect stage for events. For more information visit, www.EventScotland.org


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We Listen, We Think, We Do RedTorch provides commercial strategy, sales and marketing services for rights holders, associations, organising committees, cities and national sports organisations. Our clients include: • SportAccord Convention FINA World Aquatics • Convention The Sports Journalists’ • Association of Great Britain • Québec City Believing that every successful partnership starts with listening, we would be delighted to hear from you. Contact: Jonny Murch, Director T: +44 (0)207 036 8082 E: jonny.murch@redtorch.co www.redtorch.co

SportsMark

How do you leverage the passion and excitement of the live sporting event and turn it into a brand and business building tool for your clients? You team up with SportsMark. SportsMark specialises in using the live sporting event as a marketing platform to grow key business to business relationships for our clients. Strategic consulting • • Sponsorship activation • Bespoke corporate hospitality Event management • • Specialising in Olympic Games, FIFA World Cup, EURO 2012, Wimbledon, Rugby World Cup and other premier global events Contact: Joanna Olszowska T: +44 (0) 207.031.8424 E: joannao@sportsmark.com www.sportsmark.com

Plus Event Marketing is an event management company experienced in creating unique solutions for brand – customer interaction through customized events as well as operating as your business partner in designing, organizing, supervising, coordinating and implemeting all forms of customer reach and corporate projects. The Plus team consists of expert project managers who value the element of experience and quality in delivering corporate and brand values to customers and employees through entertainment and hospitality. Plus Event Marketing thrives to “create memorable moments” for brands and customers through strategic planning, integrated marketing and execution. Such as; • LG-BEKO Golf Tournament 2004-2011 Istanbul • WINGS Sailing Cup Istanbul 2008 • WINGS Bosphorus Sailing Cup Istanbul 2008 • WINGS Winter Sailing Trophy Bodrum 2008 • AUDI Ski & Snowboard Championship of Turkey 2005-2008 • SNOWMASTERS Ski & Snowboard Championship Bursa 2003-2011 • WINGS Winter Cup Ski Races Bursa 2009-2010 • DOGUS GROUP Champions League 2008-2011 • DEVA GROUP Corporate Sports Games 2008

Rushmans is a consultancy and international event management company engaged in all aspects of major sport and political events worldwide. Working for sports governing bodies, local organising committees, bidding committees and sport’s essential commercial and media partners. Rushmans draws on its 30 years of experience to ensure its clients achieve their goals and maximise the value of their projects. Rushmans are able to fulfil consultancy or complete turnkey major event management solutions over a period of years across all major event disciplines or one Functional Area such as Press Operations, Broadcast Services, Accreditation, Safety and Security, VIP and Protocol to name a few. In practical terms this means putting experienced international senior managers on the ground in territories to work with local resource to achieve success, thereby leaving a legacy and pool of experienced in-country professionals, capable of operating to the highest world class standards. Rushmans has a reputation for delivering first class results for large or small projects, whatever or wherever they are. For further information visit: T: +44 (0)1264 852 010 E: info@rushmans.com www.rushmans.com

Contact: Tarık Köni T: +90 212 2682131 M: +90 533 2701091 E: tarik.koni@plus-em.com www.plus-em.com

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The Singapore Sports Council (SSC) is the lead government agency responsible for developing a sporting culture in the country. Working with the public and private sectors, SSC promotes and develops participation, excellence and industry at home and internationally. Everything we do is driven by the belief that sport contributes to the character of our people, the vibrancy of our city and the economic stability and diversity of our nation. We are your city for sports business in Asia. For more information on the Singapore Sports Council, please refer to www.ssc.gov.sg.

Corporate Leisure Ltd

Corporate Leisure Limited offers Companies and their Clients in Nigeria access to the best facilities at the world’s premier Sporting Events – the English Premiership, European Champions League, World Cups (Football, Rugby), Olympics, Golf, Tennis Championships, Grand Prix, Boxing, Cricket and Basketball, etc. Our Corporate Hospitality Package Experience have been well appreciated by our Clients and their high value Customers. Contact: Biodun Jaji, CEO T: +234-803 085 5042 E: bjaji@corporateleisureltd.com www.corporateleisureltd.com

WNY is a production company delivering project management, construction and technical services to the sporting and entertainment sectors. Our clients choose us because of our consistent approach to achieving the very highest standards of quality and the assurance of successful delivery. Our services include:Project management • Overlay construction • management and design/build Technical direction of • sponsor showcasing Contact: Ben Price T: +44 (0)203 178 2023 E: bprice@wnyproductions.com www.wnyproductions.com

Sport Resolutions

Sport Resolutions’ self-contained Arbitration and Mediation Centre is available for hire for sport and nonsport related hearings, meetings or seminars. Our comfortable accommodation comprises a hearing/board room and three breakout/meeting rooms. All rooms are light and spacious. Digital recording, telephone conferencing and wi-fi are available. Other features include catering, flexible room layouts and audio visual facilities. The centre is managed by experienced staff who understand the needs of those involved in arbitration and mediation. Contact: Sport Resolutions T: 020 7036 1966 E: resolve@sportresolutions.co.uk www.sportresolutions.co.uk

Sports Event Management The Ultimate Industry Guide

Sports Event Management: The Ultimate Industry Guide is an in-depth and comprehensive report designed to help all those involved in major sports events realise their true potential. This report helps you to navigate the huge range of opportunities around major sports events and offers practical solutions to some of the main issues facing event organisers today. This is a unique and invaluable resource that guides you through the many moving parts which make up the modern sports event. For suppliers the chance to become an intrinsic part of the team is a real one, this report has many benefits, including the knowledge to help you: • Track opportunities in major sports events Tap into the tendering and • procurement cycles Understand how to become • true event partners Balance cash versus value-in• kind contracts Major event organisers will gain powerful insights into the technical and commercial aspects of sports events. You will optimise your revenues, manage your costs and deliver what federations, broadcasters, athletes, sponsors and fans are looking for. With sports events there are no second chances. For further information: T: +44 (0) 207 484 3514 E: infoteam@sportbusiness.com www.sportbusiness.com/sportsevent-management-mp When calling please quote: 12145/MP

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t. +44(0)1483 689 111 Surrey Sports Park University of Surrey Richard Meyjes Road Guildford Surrey GU2 7AD

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THE PREMIER SPORTS VENUE FOR EVENTS, CONFERENCES AND TRAINING CAMPS SURREY SPORTS PARK IS ONE OF EUROPE’S LEADING ELITE SPORTS TRAINING AND EVENT VENUES, FEATURING WORLD CLASS FACILITIES AND HOST TO A NUMBER OF PROFESSIONAL TEAMS, ATHLETES AND SPORTING EVENTS. Located 40 minutes away from London and surrounding airports at the University of Surrey in Guildford, Surrey Sports Park offers a unique venue which includes: • A proud and successful history of hosting teams and events including the 2010 Women’s Rugby World Cup, RFU AND RFUW England rugby teams, Harlequins RU, GB Women’s basketball team, England Netball team, England Squash team and Team Singapore. • A 1000 seat indoor sports arena, suitable for international competition in a range of sports and other corporate and non-sport related events. • Additional flexible spaces and sports facilities that include squash and tennis courts, artificial and grass pitches, a Health and Fitness Centre and Climbing Centre. • Support services including sports nutrition, accommodation, security and on-site sports performance testing facilities at the Surrey Human Performance Institute. • A dedicated events team to ensure all your requirements are exceeded. For more information visit www.surreysportspark.co.uk or email our events team events@surreysportspark.co.uk

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Since opening in April 2010, Surrey Sports Park has established itself as one of Europe’s leading elite sports training venues, featuring world class facilities and host to a number of professional teams, athletes and sporting events. Owned and funded by the University of Surrey at an investment of £36 million, Surrey Sports Park provides state-of-the-art sporting facilities to students and staff at the university and the surrounding community. Set in the leafy green surroundings of Guildford just 40 minutes from London and the south coast, the park has excellent transport links from the capital, Heathrow and Gatwick airports, offering an event and training venue to elite athletes, teams and sporting organisations. Designated as an official Pre-Games Training Base for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic games, several Olympic and Paralympic teams have trained or agreed to train at Surrey Sports Park ahead of the 2012 Games, including Antigua and Barbuda, Team

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Singapore, Nigeria, Croatia, the Spanish swimming squad and GB Women’s Basketball. After a brief look around the facility it is clear to see why Surrey Sports Park has become such a popular choice. The park boasts an impressive list of governing body standard sports facilities and equipment, including 3 multi-purpose arenas suitable for sports such as badminton, basketball, netball and volleyball. The main sports arena is also perfectly suited for international sporting events and competition, accommodating up to 1000 seats and boasting a state-of-the-art PA system, Daktronics video screen, studio areas and enabled for live television coverage. The centrepiece of Surrey Sports Park is its 50m indoor swimming pool, complete with a moveable floor, Daktronics timing system, video screen, UV treatment and a traversable boom enabling the pool to be split at different lengths for various purposes. Other facilities include a 120-station Health & Fitness Centre with the latest cardiovascular equipment and fixed resistance & free weights, multi-purpose


studios, squash courts, 12m high climbing centre and on site Starbucks, bar and catering facilities. The park is surrounded by a number of outdoor facilities, including floodlit tennis courts, a 60m sprint track, ten grass and three artificial grass pitches. Past visitors to train on the pitches include RFU England men’s rugby teams, RFUW England women’ rugby teams, Samoa rugby team, FA England women’s under 19s, England Lacrosse and Swansea City FC. The park is also the regular training base of Harlequins Rugby Union, with training, catering and physiotherapy services provided in a variety of areas at the centre. The park also regularly plays host to conferences and conventions which can be accommodated in its large arenas, main studio or smaller studios and suites. Unique to the venue, Surrey Sports Park also offers support services including sports nutrition, accommodation and on-site sports performance and medical testing facilities at the Surrey Human Performance Institute. In its short history, Surrey Sports Park has hosted a number of high profile sporting events and competitions, building strong partnerships with a number of regional, national and international teams and governing bodies. Past events include regular domestic BBL basketball and Superleague netball fixtures as the home of Guildford Heat and Surrey Storm, regular regional and national squash championships and training camps as the London and South East Centre for England Squash and Racketball and two international basketball camps and events (Eurobasket and Four Nations Invitational Tournament) with the Great Britain women’s squad in partnership with British Basketball. James Tombs, Head of Commercial and Business Operations at British Basketball commented, “I was absolutely delighted with the invitational tournament at Surrey Sports Park. We have received fantastic compliments from all of the visiting nations and should therefore recognise the hard work, commitment and professionalism of the staff at Surrey Sports Park in helping us to stage the event. It is our second year using the venue for training and playing which has been reflected in the way in which SSP has adapted to accommodate our needs and deliver excellent service.” The mix of world-class sport, catering and hospitality makes Surrey Sports Park an ideal location for major sporting events. Without doubt the park’s largest and most

prestigious sporting event came just four months after opening in the summer of 2010, when the Women’s Rugby World Cup came to England and Surrey Sports Park. More than 30,000 fans attended the 17-day tournament, with 12 teams, 468 players and staff playing, training, and staying on site at the Sports Park. Over the course of the tournament, 26 matches were played on the two £1 million state-of-the-art grass pitches inside a temporary arena of seating, catering and retail outlets, with the event broadcast live in 127 territories to a potential audience of 227 million homes. The tournament was an outstanding success, generating critical acclaim from event organisers and industry experts. Phillipe Bourdarais, Womens’ Rugby World Cup Tournament Manager at IRB, said: “In terms of organising the event it has been amazing. I think they will host more events here. It is quite a unique venue. This set up with accommodation, sports activities and training venues in one place is unique in Europe.” Rosie Williams, Managing Director at FRUW, said, “It is absolutely phenomenal. The venue had very, very high quality surfaces. The groundsmen did an outstanding job. But the key thing about the Sports Park is the people. Excellent staff were willing and able and they would not stop until we had everything that we needed. “The single venue model for international events will change the face of a lot of events going forward. Teams training, playing and living in the same venue reduces time and cost. A venue like Surrey Sports Park has a very bright future.” For further information about using Surrey Sports Park as a venue for a sporting event, training camp or conference please contact: Surrey Sports Park University of Surrey Richard Meyjes Road Guildford Surrey GU2 7AD +44(0)1483 689 111 Contacts: Rob Mitchell, Events Manager r.j.mitchell@surrey.ac.uk Gems Leaming, Head of Projects g.leaming@surrey.ac.uk w. www.surreysportspark.co.uk

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Events City of Manchester

Manchester is committed to hosting major international sports events at its world-renowned venues, while building upon its reputation as a global sports destination. Manchester works with a range of stakeholders to deliver the city’s programme of world-class events, and is hosting high-profile teams in 2012 for pre-Olympic and Paralympic training camps. Manchester is also home to a number of sports organisations, such as the International Federation of Netball Associations, British Cycling and the Professional Footballers’ Association.

Contact: T: +44 (0)161 223 1155 E: events@manchester.gov.uk www.manchesterworldsport.com

EventScotland

EventScotland is the national events agency and is working to make Scotland one of the world’s leading event destinations. By developing an exciting portfolio of sporting and cultural events, EventScotland is helping to raise Scotland’s international profile and boost the economy by attracting more visitors. We work with a range of partners to maximise the benefits of existing events, attract new events and to showcase Scotland as The Perfect Stage for world-class events. Contact: EventScotland 5th Floor, Ocean Point One 94 Ocean Drive Edinburgh, EH6 6JH T: +44 (0) 131 472 2313 E: information@eventscotland.org

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Surrey Sports Park

Surrey Sports Park is one of Europe’s leading elite sports training and event venues, featuring world class facilities and host to a number of professional teams, athletes and sporting events. Located 40 minutes away from London at the University of Surrey in Guildford, Surrey Sports Park has a 1000 seat indoor sports arena, additional flexible spaces and sports facilities that include squash and tennis courts, artificial and grass pitches, a Health and Fitness Centre and Climbing Centre. Contact: T: +44(0)1483 689 111 Rob Mitchell, Events Manager E: r.j.mitchell@surrey.ac.uk Gems Leaming, Head of Projects E: g.leaming@surrey.ac.uk www.surreysportspark.co.uk

Sport and the Role of Government

This report finds that governments look set to sustain or even increase their involvement in sport. It examines their objectives, how they fund sport and their considerations when they do so. It also provides you with a framework to evaluate public funding and identifies the different contexts in which this funding was provided. For further information: T: +44 (0) 207 484 3514 E: infoteam@sportbusiness.com www.sportbusiness.com/sportgovernment-mp When calling please quote: 12156/MP

SportBusiness Conferences and Events

The SportBusiness Conference and Event division is the leading international organiser of sport industry conferences, seminars and networking events. SportBusiness events are uniquely placed in the SportBusiness Group portfolio enabling us to reach the very best speakers in the industry and connect them with high-level, professional, decision making delegates. SportBusiness International magazine and the SportBusiness website (www. sportbusiness.com) enable these events to receive significant worldwide coverage. In 2011 over 2000 delegates attended SportBusiness Group events, including: Sports Marketing 360 (London, UK) Sport and New Media (Paris, France), Sport and the Social Responsibility Summit, (London, UK), The Business of Major Sporting Events (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia) and the Sport and The City series (London). This year also saw the launch of a new series of sport industry professional development training events. To find out how you can attend, speak at, partner or host a SportBusiness Group event please contact: Luke Upton Project and Event Manager SportBusiness Group E: luke.upton@sportbusiness.com T: +44 (0) 20 7954 3439


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SportStat systems are based on comprehensive databases that we have developed allowing us to collect, package and distribute live and historical data on all professional Rugby Union, Rugby League, Darts and Snooker to the media, journalists, broadcasters, teams, bookmakers and governing bodies.

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SportStat are the official data partners to World Snooker, the Professional Darts Corporation, the International Rugby Board, Rugby World Cup and many leading Rugby League and Union clubs, providing an innovative and flexible approach to their clients’ requirements.


Tackling Live Data SportStat delivers live and historical sports data to all media platforms, specialising in Rugby League/Union, Darts and Snooker

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WHO WE ARE? SportStat delivers live sports data to all media platforms specialising in Snooker, Darts, Rugby Union & Rugby League. SportStat are the official data partners to World Snooker, the International Rugby Board, Rugby World Cup, the Professional Darts Corporation and many leading Rugby League and Union clubs. HISTORY Since its beginning in 2000 SportStat has played a pivotal role in the growth of interactive media. Initially the company evolved by solving challenges thrown at it. Its first aim was to improve the accuracy and speed of data available to the media within Rugby Union. In 2003 SportStat launched statRUGBY a platform that became a primary resource for all media, broadcaster and team enquiries. The beauty is that this core database with stats for over 55,000 players and 70,000 matches is constantly updated as the action happens. TECHNOLOGY Key to achieving our goals has been the continued investment in not only the staff but new technology. SportStat clients can be assured that they are getting both the latest systems and value for money. All of our programmers and developers are Microsoft Certified Professionals. THE FUTURE SportStat are in the enviable position of being able to supply ‘Detailed Data’, live from venue across Rugby Union, Rugby League and Snooker. Our statistics packages have been tailored for a wide range of industry

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requirements. They offer so much more than our competition, so if you are looking for an edge then contact us for a demonstration. Our systems have been developed specifically to satisfy the needs for the sports industry. Our Content Management Systems and automated data services ensure that resources can be more efficiently managed. Our websites are not only about providing a superb web presence. Our data integration drives live match information straight to the fans, in turn this is utilised to host added and compelling content both improving the user experience and the commercial profile to prospective partners. We pride ourselves in being able to adapt to our clients’ requirements, evolving as trends and technologies change and providing an unparalleled level of support. MISSION Our company will deliver sporting intelligence via integrated solutions, to a worldwide audience as it happens. VISION We aim to be recognised as the leading sports data provider, embracing technological advances to create the most comprehensive sports data solution for our global audience. VALUES Honesty – We deliver what we say, when we say Friendship – We will work together, for life Integrity – Sports data has no value unless it’s accurate – we pride ourselves on this above anything else Trust – Our clients have complete confidence in our ability to adapt, create and deliver to their requirements


PLEASE FIND LISTED BELOW A NUMBER OF AREAS THAT WE SPECIALISE IN: Design Specialists in the development of websites and mobile applications for sports clubs and governing bodies, delivering data to their supporters. Hosted Solutions We offer a wide range of white label solutions vfor live scoring and statistical display. XML Data Feeds Live XML Feeds are available for all of our sports to ensure you are up to date at all times. Information Systems Specialists in the design and development of Sports Information Systems to collect, store and process sports data. Event Services For each of the sports that we cover and those we don’t for that matter, SportStat are well placed to provide a complete Event Service to include System Development and Integration, Data Merging, Accreditation, Live Scoring, Media Guides and Website. Media Guides Event Media Guides can be produced directly from our sports databases providing complete profiles of all participants as well as a full historical breakdown. Media Manager Media Manager is available to select clients to help them generate branded documentation in PDF Format that can be saved, printed and distributed to their own clients. We provide live coverage and real time statistics to broadcasters, media, clubs and fans: RUGBY Aviva Premiership RaboDirect Pro12 League LV= Energy Cup Heineken Cup Challenge Cup Super 14 ITM Cup Currie Cup Top 14 Super League SNOOKER 12 PTC Tournaments Wuxi Clasic World Open

Seniors World Championships UK Championships The Masters German Masters Shoot Out Welsh Open PTC Finals China Open Shanghai Masters Brazilian Masters DARTS Coverage from selected matches of both televised and non-televised matches from the PDC Tour 2012.

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Media SMG Insight

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SMG Insight delivers leading edge research and consulting solutions for world-leading sports governing bodies, sponsors and sports investors in order to meet their strategic and business objectives. Through partnership with YouGov, the leading global consumer insights providers, our new generation sports research company (SMG / YouGov), offers a combination of thought leadership, strategic insight and comprehensive data analysis that enables our global clients to achieve a higher return on investment from sports sponsorship, investment and marketing. Contact: T: + 44 (0) 20 7012 6000 E: info@smg-insight.com www.smg-insight.com

wTVision is one of the leading broadcast graphics services providers. wTVision has experience in more than 12000 live sports events, using its SportStats CG software to provide on-air graphics in real-time.

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Ultimate Sports Websites

STATS is the world’s leading sports technology, data and content company, with offices in twelve countries covering all major sports leagues, worldwide. STATS provides real-time scores, historical sports information, Associated Press editorial content, a turnkey fantasy sports operation and SportVU technology. Today, STATS’ worldwide client network of media companies and professional sports leagues and teams utilize a broad spectrum of dynamic in-game broadcast presentations and virtual images, multimedia enhancements and game analysis and tactical coaching tools.

With technology across the board moving at an increasingly fast pace, the web and online world appear as a blur in the distance. So, to ensure that you stay up-to-date in the face of online innovation and change SportBusiness have published Ultimate Sports Websites.

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wTVision has a scalable solution, ranging from small one-time events to whole championships broadcast in HD and in stereoscopic 3D. With offices in Portugal, Spain, Belgium, UAE and Brazil, wTVision develops solutions for 40 sports in 25 countries. Contact: Paulo Ferreira M: +351 96 205 25 82 E: info@wtvision.com www.wtvision.com

We have reviewed hundreds of sports websites to select the top 100 online destinations. The result is your guide to creating a winning online proposition for sport. To order this report or request a free copy of the synopsis please call T: +44(0) 207 954 3514 and quote code 12161/mp or visit www.sportbusiness.com/ uswmp2012

TV Sports Markets is the leading publisher on news and analysis about the audiovisual sports rights sector. Reporting on the sector for 15 years, it is widely acclaimed as the most accurate and in-depth provider of information in the industry. TV Sports Markets has built its reputation on the fortnightly newsletter which delivers its readers exclusive news, analysis and data on television sports rights deals from around the world every two weeks, providing hard-toget expert information which is unrivalled anywhere in the industry. This professional newsletter is a must-buy if you want to excel in the business of television sport, if you want both the news and the in-depth understanding of key developments across the world, not to mention comprehensive analysis on what was paid by broadcasters for the rights to key sporting events. And now TV Sports Markets brings you a number of other services to complement the newsletter, including a new daily news service, breaking the news as it happens, as well as free webinars where our analysts and external experts get together to give you their insight on key developments. And all our content will be delivered by the new TV Sports Markets app, meaning you can read the news wherever you are and whenever you want. For further information: T: +44 (0) 207 484 3483 E: paul.santos@tvsportsmarkets.com www.tvsportsmarkets.com When calling please quote: 12MVP-MP


UNDERSTAND THE SHIFTING TRENDS OF SPORTS MEDIA CONSUMPTION With technology driving the pace of change in the sports media industry faster than ever before, understanding how the media habits of sport consumers is changing across various platforms TV, internet and mobile - is important for all commercial stakeholders in sport – broadcasters and content buyers, sports federations, clubs, sponsors and brands. The first edition of this annual report by PERFORM, KantarSport and TV Sports Markets provides key data on the behaviour of sports fans and their media consumption in eight of the world’s biggest media markets, providing an understanding not only of general trends and consumption patterns across the globe but also the variations between different markets, making the report a must-have for any executive whose business is related to sports media coverage.

For more information, please contact: Paul Santos Tel: +44 207 954 3483 paul.santos@tvsportsmarkets.com www.sportbusiness.com/mediaconsumption-mp and quote 12514/MP

Global Sports Media Consumption Report 2011 Analysis of sports media consumption and preferences across eight of the world’s major markets


MEDIA OWNERS

The Eurosport Group is Europe’s leading sports entertainment group. Eurosport, the n°1 pan-European TV channel, broadcasts in 20 languages and reaches 125 million homes across 59 countries. Eurosport HD is the high definition simulcast of Eurosport. Eurosport 2 broadcasts to 52 million households in 17 languages across 47 countries. Eurosport.com, Europe’s n°1 online sports destination, has 15 million unique users per month (comScore) across an international network of sports websites in 11 languages.

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Eurosport: All Sports. All Emotions. All Screens. Founded in 1989 as a sports TV channel, Eurosport has evolved with the changing sports broadcast media environment to become Europe’s leading sports entertainment group. The group’s presence is now worldwide, stretching from Europe to the Middle East and Asia-Pacific. The group boasts seven TV channels, an international network of 14 websites in 11 languages and a pioneering mobile platform. The group also includes Eurosport Events, an events production, management and promotion arm, as well as a TV rights distribution agency. Eurosport is a licensing agent for some of the most prestigious sporting organizations, including the USTA, Tennis Australia, FIA and UEFA. Eurosport’s expertise in live sport, its leadership in global sports media, its pioneering approach to new technologies and its work with federations and associations, have put the group firmly at the vanguard in Europe and beyond. Live Sport & Expertise The lifeblood of the Eurosport Group is live sport and it brings fans live coverage of the greatest events such as the Tour de France, tennis Grand Slams and the FIS World Cups and World Championships across the group’s different media platforms. Live broadcast on the Eurosport and Eurosport 2 channels totals over 5,000 hours, while live results, real-time

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news and updates will be a central part of the group’s online and mobile platforms. Why such a commitment to live? Live sport means emotion and suspense and provides fans with highest emotional interaction and the greatest possible entertainment experience. To complement its live coverage Eurosport works with top international expert consultants and commentators, including Arsene Wenger, Rafael Benitez and Mats Wilander. London Calling Eurosport has been the Official Pan-European Olympic broadcaster since 1992 and was the first channel to broadcast the games 24/7. London 2012 will be the 12th consecutive Olympic Games on Eurosport. With roundthe-clock coverage Eurosport will bring over 400 hours of top Olympic coverage, with 13 hours of live each day. During, and in the run-up to, next year’s games, Eurosport will welcome Olympic champions Pieter Van Den Hoogenband and Maurice Greene to lead a dream team of star consultants and ambassadors. All Screens New technologies have a major part to play in the group’s business strategy. When it comes to enhancing the broadcast experience, Eurosport continues to invest in HD and 3D, which are today


bringing spectacular images from live events. In 2011, Eurosport was the first broadcaster to bring the tennis French Open at Roland Garros in 3D to consumers throughout Europe. Eurosport will continue to be at the forefront of new technology to enhance the television viewing experience. TV is core to the live philosophy but new media has its part to play too. Eurosport has invested to develop new mobile sports apps for iPad, iPhone, Android and BlackBerry, as well as a Player service, which all give fans more control and more exciting live content. Online, Eurosport is the leading digital sports destination in Europe thanks to eurosport.com’s comprehensive network of online portals, which includes 4 EurosportYahoo! co-branded sites in Germany, the UK, Italy and Spain. Diversity in action Eurosport has a strong and diverse programme line-up of over 120 sporting disciplines, which reflects its deeply rooted international culture and dedication to sports federations and organisers to cover the widest variety of sporting events. Eurosport is home to major events such as tennis Grand Slams (Australian, French and US Opens), cycling (Tour de France, the Giro and the Vuelta), wintersports (alpine skiing, ski-jumping, biathlon), motorsports (WTCC,

IRC, Le Mans), but also broadcasts a diverse range of sports tailored to the needs of individual markets across Europe Bundesliga football, summer Olympic sports, snooker, snowboarding – Eurosport has a complete content offering. Power of the platform In just over 20 years Eurosport has firmly established itself at the forefront of European broadcasting. Today, it boasts the No.1 pan-European TV channel, which is broadcast in 20 languages reaching 125 million homes across 59 countries. Beyond Europe, in the Asia-Pacific region, Eurosport reaches 17 countries. Eurosport’s network of 14 websites in 11 different languages spreads from Europe -- where it is the N°1 online sports destination and is visited by an average of 5 million unique users per month (comScore) -- to the MENA region and China. Eurosport’s mobile apps are enjoying worldwide success with 5 million downloads for the iPhone sports news app. Eurosport recently launched the new multi-language Livescore app for iPhone, which provides fans up-to-the-minute scores, results and alerts from live matches across 7 sports. Building on innovation and expertise, the Eurosport Group is perfectly positioned as a leader in Europe and has become a reference for sports entertainment around the globe.

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media Eurosport

The Eurosport Group is Europe’s leading sports entertainment group. Eurosport, the n°1 panEuropean TV channel, broadcasts in 20 languages and reaches 125 million homes across 59 countries. Eurosport HD is the high definition simulcast of Eurosport. Eurosport 2 broadcasts to 52 million households in 17 languages across 47 countries. Eurosport.com, Europe’s n°1 online sports destination, has 15 million unique users per month (comScore) across an international network of sports websites in 11 languages. Contact: Heather Bowler T: +33.1.40.93.80.00 E: sportbusiness@eurosport.com www.eurosport.com

FIM

The FIM (Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme) founded in 1904, is the governing body for motorcycle sport and the global advocate for motorcycling. It is recognised as the sole competent authority in motorcycle sport by the International Olympic Committee (IOC). Among its 50 FIM World Championships the main events are MotoGP, Superbike, Endurance, Motocross, Supercross, Trial, Enduro, Cross-Country Rallies and Speedway. The FIM also deals with non-sporting matters such as leisure motorcycling, mobility, transport, road safety, public policy and the environment. Contact: T: +41 22 950 95 00 E: marketing@fim.ch www.fim-live.com

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TTXGP

The TTXGP World Championship is the first and leading zero carbon motorcycle series. Founded on the Isle of Man TT in 2009, it is now on 3 continents; 13 races and TV to a 100m+ audience. TTXGP links motorsport with climate change, alternative power, innovation and thrilling trackside action. It is a truly global platform for thought leadership; developing the next generation of technologies, riders and fans. It’s a new day. Be part of it. Contact: T: +44 (0)870 445 0111 E: Partnership@egrandprix.com www.egrandprix.com

The Business of TV Sport

This report looks at the strategies, business models and trends behind arguably the most lucrative revenue stream in sport. The report includes a large number of case studies featuring rights properties such as English football’s Premier League, cricket’s Indian Premier League, Formula One motor racing, UEFA Champions League, the Olympic Games, the IAAF Diamond League, France’s Ligue 1 and the Dutch Eredivisie. For further information: T: +44 (0) 207 484 3514 E: infoteam@sportbusiness.com www.sportbusiness.com/ tv-sport-mp When calling please quote: 12511/MP

TVSPORTSMARKETS TV Sports Markets is the leading publisher on news and analysis about the audiovisual sports rights sector. Reporting on the sector for 15 years, it is widely acclaimed as the most accurate and in-depth provider of information in the industry. TV Sports Markets has built its reputation on the fortnightly newsletter which delivers its readers exclusive news, analysis and data on television sports rights deals from around the world every two weeks, providing hard-toget expert information which is unrivalled anywhere in the industry. This professional newsletter is a must-buy if you want to excel in the business of television sport, if you want both the news and the in-depth understanding of key developments across the world, not to mention comprehensive analysis on what was paid by broadcasters for the rights to key sporting events. And now TV Sports Markets brings you a number of other services to complement the newsletter, including a new daily news service, breaking the news as it happens, as well as free webinars where our analysts and external experts get together to give you their insight on key developments. And all our content will be delivered by the new TV Sports Markets app, meaning you can read the news wherever you are and whenever you want. For further information: T: +44 (0) 207 484 3483 E: paul.santos@tvsportsmarkets.com www.tvsportsmarkets.com When calling please quote: 12MVP-MP


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media Digital Ink

digital ink designs, programmes, hosts and manages professional sports websites. Clients include London irish, Charlton athletic, London Wasps, Powerboat P1, the european institute of Golf Course architects, aldershot Town FC and many others. as well as complete websites, the company has proven experience in providing social networking solutions, ezine management, online advertising and revenue generation to a variety of different sports organisations. if you have a new media project and want to take it forward, please contact us. Contact: T: 08434 532 650 E: info@digital-ink.co.uk www.digital-ink.co.uk

Infront Sports & Media

infront has a dedicated competence centre for the distribution of digital media sports rights – providing services to major web, mobile and iPTV players and telecoms. The milan-based digital media and post-production unit offers a variety of tailor-made new media services and broadcast programmes. This service helps rights owners, such as sports federations and leagues, exploit existing media rights more effectively by exposing sports to a highly targeted viewing group and thus increasing their audiences. Contact: T: +39-02-77 11 21 www.infrontsports.it

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Eurodata TV Worldwide

eurosport.com

Europe’s N°1 online sports destination eurodata TV Worldwide is the leading international TV audience research and market intelligence company providing TV ratings and objective and independent analysis and insight to sport and entertainement audiences. Part of mediametrie, the French peoplemeter operating institute based in Paris, the company is working with some of the sport’s world’s leading names. as the unique one stop shop for official ratings and programming details for more than 3,000 channels and 80 countries over five continents, eurodata TV Worldwide offers a wide range of services to help its clients successfuly market TV programmes and monitor their broadcasts. Our clients can access our audience databases through myeurodata TV, a powerful tool which enables them to generate multi-country audience reports.

Contact: Louis Mauran Head of Sport Services T: +33 (0)147 583 656 E: lmauran@eurodatatv.com www.eurodatatv.com

eurosport.com is the most comprehensive sports network, featuring 14 websites, in 11 languages. it provides more news, more live results and data, from a broader range of sports, than any other digital platform. eurosport.com delivers breaking news live and in real time on all events that matter to fans. Whatever device you’re using - laptop, tablet or mobile - and wherever you are, eurosport.com keeps you in touch. Contact: Arnaud Maillard T: +33.1.40.93.80.00 E: sportbusiness@eurosport.com www.eurosport.com

Global Sports Media Consumption Report

TVSPORTSMARKETS The first edition of this annual report by PeRFORm, KantarSport and TV Sports markets will allow you to gain an understanding not only of general trends and consumption patterns across the globe but also the variations between different markets, making the report a must-have for any executive whose business is related to sports media coverage. For further information: T: +44 (0) 207 484 3514 E: infoteam@sportbusiness.com www.sportbusiness.com/mediaconsumption-mp When calling please quote: 12514/mP


media STATS

STATS is the world’s leading sports technology, data and content company, with offices in twelve countries covering all major sports leagues, worldwide. STATS provides real-time scores, historical sports information, Associated Press editorial content, a turnkey fantasy sports operation and SportVU technology. Today, STATS’ worldwide client network of media companies and professional sports leagues and teams utilize a broad spectrum of dynamic in-game broadcast presentations and virtual images, multimedia enhancements and game analysis and tactical coaching tools. T: + 1 800 583 2100 E: sales@stats.com www.stats.com

Ultimate Sports Websites

With technology across the board moving at an increasingly fast pace, the web and online world appear as a blur in the distance. So, to ensure that you stay up-to-date in the face of online innovation and change SportBusiness have published Ultimate Sports Websites. We have reviewed hundreds of sports websites to select the top 100 online destinations. The result is your guide to creating a winning online proposition for sport. To order this report or request a free copy of the synopsis please call T: +44(0) 207 954 3514 and quote code 12161/mp or visit www.sportbusiness.com/ uswmp2012

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Mobile Apps for Sport

It is one thing to agree that mobile applications offer a new vision of sport in the future but what do you do about it? Mobile Apps for Sport provides a valuable 5-step approach to exploiting this new opportunity including: 1. 2.

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Conceiving a winning mobile sports application Exploiting a mix of commercial models to fund development and delivery Positioning a mobile app alongside your web strategy Commissioning application development – moving from design to reality Marketing your app on iTunes and elsewhere

Mobile Apps for Sport contains everything you need to ensure you are not left behind in the land grab that is currently going on. Readers of this comprehensive report will gain: • Lessons learned from early adopters experiences Powerful commercial models • for commercial mobile apps • Insights into how a new generation is engaging with digital content • Keys to successful rollout of mobile video on iPhone and iPad • Winning case studies from leading sports and media properties For further information: T: +44 (0) 207 484 3514 E: infoteam@sportbusiness.com www.sportbusiness.com/ mobile-apps-mp When calling please quote: 12150/MP

SportBusiness Communications

Are you looking to grow your sport, increase your audience and boost your sponsorship and media rights? SportBusiness Communications works with several leading sports organisations to do just that. We have helped attract new sports events to Doha with an official magazine for the Qatar Olympic Committee; our digital publishing work with European Aquatics won an award in the prestigious UK publishing awards; and our new iPad magazine for International Fencing is breaking new ground in sport. Alongside digital publishing SportBusiness Communications works with organisations on social media strategies to engage with existing and new fans. Our reach into the world of brands and broadcasters also helps our clients approach new sponsors, event hosts and broadcasters. As a client of SportBusiness Communications, our clients enjoy numerous extra benefits and a personal service that is open to you too. We work hard to help our clients achieve their aims in the business of their sport and would love to work with you. To see a portfolio of our award-winning work or talk about iPad, PC magazines, targeted campaigns and video showreels contact: Phil Savage E: Phil.Savage@SportBusiness.com T: +44 7778 635 836


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Inter Sport Clube Sports association representing sports institutions and personals in athletics including: Career management Sponsorships Athlete promotion and marketing Race schedule Travel schedule Coach seminars and conferences Training camps in Algarve Sportsmarketing projects Events management We provide our clients with best events according to their training and competition goals maximizing their achievements’ profit. “School of movement” is promoted by T&F Coaches included at our database. Contact: Dr Jose Praia T: +351917270739 E: intersportclube@netcabo.pt

Professional Sports Group

Professional Sports Group is a dynamic and results driven client management agency. With commercial, marketing and sports expertise in-house, PSG works with exceptional talents to maximise their sporting and commercial potential. Clients include the Brownlee Brothers, Tom Daley and Sir Matthew Pinsent. We work collaboratively with a wide range of commercial partners and have an in-depth understanding of sponsor’s needs. Contact: Richard Downey (UK) T: +44 1276 858930 E: richard@profsports.com Jamie Cunningham (International) T: +971 2 441 8122 E: jamie@profsports.com www.profsports.com

The Future of Sports Marketing

Analysing the key issues facing the sports marketing business, this essential report offers solutions which can be used to negotiate these challenges. You will benefit from expertise and opinions backed by interviews and case studies from: Leading brands and sponsors • like McDonalds, Castrol and HSBC Rights-holders such as • the International Olympic Committee, the England Football Association and the NBA • Top sponsorship agencies and consultants. The Future of Sports Marketing is written and compiled by top writers, industry observers and journalists covering the sport business industry. It teaches you to harness the powerful opportunities provided by the internet and mobile technology so you can ensure that you’re ahead of the game. Published in late 2008, this report has been updated to consider today’s difficult financial market with an additional chapter on Sports Marketing after the Credit Crunch - now included free when you order the Future of Sports Marketing. For further information: T: +44 (0) 207 484 3514 E: infoteam@sportbusiness.com www.sportbusiness.com/sportsmarketing-mp When calling please quote: 12138/MP

Sponsorship Works 2011

With 21 brand new sports sponsorship case studies from some of the biggest brands, agencies and properties in the world, you get a rare behind the scenes look at full sponsorship campaigns from planning through to evaluation. To help you maximise your sponsorship potential, each case study is broken down so you can see the details of the strategy behind the sponsorship, what the brand set out to achieve and why the property was chosen. We show you the anatomy of the deal and focus particularly on how it was activated and measured so you can see what works and what doesn’t to avoid any pitfalls and mimimise your own risks. Sponsorship Works 2011 demonstrates the power of sports sponsorship across a number of different sectors, including financial services, consumer electronics, beverages, energy, insurance and online gaming. This is an essential report and will serve as an invaluable reference manual for anyone involved in sports sponsorship or marketing. For further information: T: +44 (0) 207 484 3514 E: infoteam@sportbusiness.com www.sportbusiness.com/ sponsorship-works-mp When calling please quote: 12170/MP

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Airton Risk Management Giving you certainty – win, lose, or draw We offer our clients the ability to eliminate the financial risk of future uncertain events. Our speciality is sports and we have a world class risk management team to help you with pricing your sports related risk. If you are a professional sports organisation, sponsor, or retailer wanting to eliminate the impact of player bonuses or money back promotions we can help. Airton Risk Management is a division of Paddy Power plc

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Airton Risk is a division of Paddy Power PLC and is the market leader in hedging sports risk. We give you budgeting certainty to ensure you win no matter what the result! • Hedge performance related bonuses at a fraction of the cost. • Cover bonus endorsements normalising the Profit and Loss account • Create innovative promotions to drive sales and customer retention • Protect media rights revenues if a team doesn’t qualify for a major tournament • Develop sports skill contests for fans with headline grabbing prizes e.g Hit the crossbar to win £1million.

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If you are a professional sports organisation, club, sports sponsor or retailer, our services can help you. We provide contracts that offset any financial risk inherent in the outcome of a sporting event.

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1. We specialise in Sports and have done so for over 20 years 2. We give you budgeting certainty for a fraction of the payout 3. We offer value for money 4. Pricing requests are free, quick and without obligation 5. We have the ability to offer significant risk capacity 6. We offer legally enforceable contracts 7. We pay returns directly to clients’ bank account within seven days.

case stuDy exampLes: • If we win the Premier League, the players receive £5 million in bonuses (Clubs and Sponsors) • Spend £100 in store and if England win the world cup get your money back (Retailers) • Hit the crossbar from the half way line to win £1 million

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PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Airton Risk Management

Airton Risk Management is a division of Paddy Power plc which is quoted on the London and Dublin Stock exchanges. “We offer our clients contracts that enable them to offset the financial risk of future uncertain events. Our speciality is sports related risk but we are equally comfortable helping clients with non sports related risk such as weather. Whether you are a Football Club wanting to eliminate the impact of Player Bonuses or a Car Dealer wanting to offer significant rebates on car sales we are able to help.” Contact: Rod O’Callaghan T: +353 1 656 3958 F: +353 1 656 3970 E: rocallaghan@airtonrisk.com www.airtonrisk.com

Doodson Sport

We are a specialist insurance adviser to all facets of sport working with; Individuals | Teams | Clubs Leagues | Associations & Governing Bodies | Professional Services Support Industries We understand the unique risks that sport can bring and have insurance solutions based on over 40 years experience. When we work in a particular sport we feel it is vital that we are an intrinsic part of its fabric. This way we can truly understand the exposures our clients face and provide the best outcomes for them. Contact: T: +44 (0)161 419 3000 F: +44 (0)161 419 3030 E: info@doodsonbg.com www.doodsonsport.com

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SportBusiness in Numbers Vol. 5

SportBusiness in Numbers allows you to benefit from valuable, hard-to-find data and insight from the top research consultancies across the world. You will gain access to essential data in sports finance, sponsorship, events and TV rights - this report is the musthave reference resource for serious professionals in the industry. This report answers your questions on: • How much money will be invested in sports sponsorship across the world in 2014 • What price broadcasters pay to show sports events and how many people watch them • The key demographic statistics for visitors to the world’s most popular sports websites • How many football fans follow an English Premier League football club in India and China • What the participation rates of football, swimming and cycling are in Kuwait.

Next Generation Strategies for Title Sponsorship and Naming Rights

This comprehensive resource is designed to help both buyers and sellers develop a cohesive strategy from start to finish. You will be presented with the key influences and data to drive the decision making process, exploring the best, as well as the worst, examples of naming rights and practice from different sports and territories from around the world as well as identify market trends. Benefit from key numbers in over 50 charts including: • Top deals done by sector, sport and country • Most valuable deals over the past 5 years • Proportions of named stadia in different sports and markets • Naming rights and title sponsorships by value and asset type As an optional extra, we are also offering a package of slides summarising the key knowledge in the report.

Whether you’re preparing a pitch to new clients, creating new strategies to develop your business or need benchmark data to help you close a deal, this report provides an unrivalled compilation of data which you will continue to use on day-to-day basis.

With 34 tables in 40 slides, we have extracted the key data points and put them into a PowerPoint presentation for you. This is provided ready-to-go and packaged as a white label product for you to use for your own purposes.

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IT, SOFTWARE & TECHNOLOGY

wTVision is one of the leading broadcast graphics services providers. wTVision has experience in more than 12000 live sports events, using its SportStats CG software to provide on-air graphics in real-time. wTVision has a scalable solution, ranging from small one-time events to whole championships broadcast in HD and in stereoscopic 3D. With offices in Portugal, Spain, Belgium, UAE and Brazil, wTVision develops solutions for 40 sports in 25 countries. contact: Paulo Ferreira m. +351 96 205 25 82 e. paulo.ferreira@wtvision.com w. www.wtvision.com

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The company wTVision is a software-house that develops and integrates information systems for the broadcasting industry, specialized on real-time broadcast graphics. The team 130 full-time employees and over 200 freelancers assure a flawless broadcast for 4000 live event coverages, each year, for 40 different sports. Live Event Coverage wTVision offers live broadcast services through a scalable solution that ranges from small one-time events to whole championships broadcast in HD and in stereoscopic 3D. wTVision takes care of every step during your sports transmission. Our designers create the templates, sports analysts collect data and operators manage the on-air graphics playout: we handle everything so you don’t need to waste time.

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“wTVision did an outstanding job with our broadcast graphics for the Rip Curl Pro Portugal surfing contest.” Dane Sharp, International Media Manager at Rip Curl


SportStats CG Software SportStats CG is a turn-key product that provides tools to collect, manage and edit sports data, transforming that information into on-air graphics in a fast, simple way. The software comes prepackaged with a complete set of customizable graphics templates, with an exclusive look & feel designed by wTVision, allowing extremely agile and fast event coverage. Case Studies Football wTVision managed the graphics operations for the first Spanish Premier League football match broadcast in stereoscopic 3D. We’ve achieved the same in Portugal and Belgium. Motorsports wTVision provides graphics services for 8 major Brazilian Motorsports competitions and is one of the leading graphics companies in South America.

Surf Since the Rip Curl Pro Search Portugal 2010, the first Surf competition broadcast in stereoscopic 3D, wTVision became the major surf on-air graphics provider in the world. An agile project deployment allows a single person to manage all graphics operations.

“wTVision added to the 3D experience with amazing never-seen-before graphics. I loved it!” Daf Van Campenhout, Head of Sports at Belgacom TV

Learn more about our solutions: Paulo Ferreira e. paulo.ferreira@wtvision.com t. +351 96 205 25 82 w. wtvision.com

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Agencies Professional Services Green 4 Solutions Green 4 provide sport tailored CRM, Ticketing, Sports Administration and Performance solutions based on Microsoft Dynamics CRM. This is the perfect development environment for Green 4 to extend their modular approach to both ‘on-the’field’ and ‘off-the-field’ technology. Integrated CRM and Ticketing solutions help organisations maximize their supporter data and increase revenue. Sports Administration and Player Performance solutions include functionality to build a bigger picture of the player at a club level and match day data at an association level. Customers Include: The PSL (South Africa), Club England and Leicester City FC. Contact: T: +44 (0) 845 508 8149 E: beth@green4solutions.com www.green4solutions.com

Intrix

Intrix partners Brands, like Chelsea FC, creating white-label digital imaging/merchandising services including the unique Picture Me, where fans automatically place themselves in images alongside their sporting heroes at selfmanned Automated Photo Machines (APMs) & ordering up to 3,500 customisable products. Valuable customer data is also generated. Picture Me is also available online with additional distribution (including a Brand’s own imagery) through a retail network of 70,000 APMs in 24 countries. Connectivity through social networking & mobile apps is also available. Contact: T: +44 (0) 1491 682252 E: info@intrixworld.com www.intrixworld.com

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Ultimate Sports Websites

Mobile Apps for Sport

The number of sports and events still to get online is tiny with all but the smallest properties having some kind of presence on the web. That being said there is a world of difference between the best of sport online and the rest.

It is one thing to agree that mobile applications offer a new vision of sport in the future but what do you do about it? Mobile Apps for Sport provides a valuable 5-step approach to exploiting this new opportunity including:

With technology across the board moving at an increasingly fast pace, the web and online world appear as a blur in the distance. So, to ensure that you stay up-to-date in the face of online innovation and change SportBusiness have published Ultimate Sports Websites.

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We have reviewed hundreds of sports websites to select the top 100 online destinations. The result is your guide to creating a winning online proposition for sport. This report includes: • Content Strategies for website operators - models, types and payment solutions • Building an online community • Rights models for major markets  - new media rights, protecting  digital assets • Monetising digital sports content & revenue streams • Case studies from website producers • Digital sports industry forecast To order this report or request a free copy of the synopsis please call T: +44(0) 207 954 3514 and quote code 12161/mp or visit www.sportbusiness.com/ uswmp2012

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Conceiving a winning mobile sports application Exploiting a mix of commercial models to fund development and delivery Positioning a mobile app alongside your web strategy Commissioning application development – moving from design to reality Marketing your app on iTunes and elsewhere

Mobile Apps for Sport contains everything you need to ensure you are not left behind in the land grab that is currently going on. Readers of this comprehensive report will gain: • Lessons learned from early adopters experiences Powerful commercial models • for commercial mobile apps • Insights into how a new generation is engaging with digital content • Keys to successful rollout of mobile video on iPhone and iPad • Winning case studies from leading sports and media properties For further information: T: +44 (0) 207 484 3514 E: infoteam@sportbusiness.com www.sportbusiness.com/ mobile-apps-mp When calling please quote: 12150/MP


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Agencies ProfessionAl services Max Bitel Greene LLP

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Sport Resolutions

Max Bitel greene llP is recognised as being one of the industries leading sports and commercial law firms, with over 30 years experience advising clients in the sports and media industries. lawyers nick Bitel and louise Millington-roberts are highly regarded by clients for their commercial expertise and are recommended in The legal 500. sports law is now seen as a distinct branch of the law and the firm has been at the forefront of the development of this discipline, particularly in relation to its doping, ticketing, event management and brand protection work. Contact: Louise Millington-Roberts T: +44 (0) 7763 905 245 E: louise.Millington-roberts @mbg.co.uk http://www.mbg.co.uk/

The knowledge and experience of our sports team spans the entire sports industry. from commercial and media rights, corporate and regulatory issues to litigation, employment, and stadium planning and development, our sports team is time-tested and uniquely positioned to advise on all your sporting challenges. We act for clubs, governing bodies, rights-holders, broadcasters and individuals and develop practical commercial solutions for the ways in which the sports business operates. The sports team is fully integrated across all departments and our international offices in the UK, UsA, Middle east and the cis, which allows us to provide our clients with consistently highquality sports sector advice across the world.

sport resolutions offers a prestigious panel of sport specialist arbitrators and mediators and a professional secretariat service.

Rajah & Tann LLP

rajah & Tann llP is the largest law firm in singapore. our sports lawyers advise rights owners, event organisers, broadcasters, sponsors, bookmakers and sports federations on a full range of legal issues. recent work include advising on anti-doping services contracts for formula1 and ironman 70.3 events, nike athlete endorsements, nimbus sport on World series Hockey trademarks, UK bookmakers on regulatory aspects of online betting in Asia, and Dentsu sports Asia and Mind sport Partners on sports marketing. Contact: Lau Kok Keng / Lionel Tan T: +65 62320765 / +65 62320752 E: kok.keng.lau@rajahtann.com / lionel.tan@rajahtann.com www.rajahtann.com

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We are specialists in: • Anti-doping • Athlete selection and eligibility • child safeguarding • commercial and contractual disputes • Discipline • governance • financial integrity • Professional football Contact: Sport Resolutions T: 020 7036 1966 E: resolve@sportresolutions.co.uk www.sportresolutions.co.uk

“the completeness of their understanding and the level of their work – they go beyond what we expect in the call of duty.” chambers and Partners, 2010 “very good practice” “hardworking and responsive” legal 500, 2011 Areas of focus: • Broadcast, new media and digital rights • commercial (including licensing, merchandising and sponsorship agreements) • Mergers and Acquisitions • stadium and arena finance, construction and operations • regulatory and competition • employment Contact: Sam Szlezinger T: +44 (0)20 7246 7528 E: sam.szlezinger@snrdenton.com Contact: Stephen Ridgway T: +44 (0)20 7246 7785 E: stephen.ridgway@snrdenton.com www.snrdenton.com

Sport Resolutions

sport resolutions offers hearing and meeting rooms for hire, access to a prestigious panel of sport specialist arbitrators and mediators, and a full range of independent dispute resolution services. • • • • • • •

Appointment of independent panel members Arbitration Mediation investigations and reviews expert opinions Training and consultancy Dispute resolution clauses

Contact: Sport Resolutions T: 020 7036 1966 E: resolve@sportresolutions.co.uk www.sportresolutions.co.uk


Based at our central London arbitration and mediation centre, Sport Resolutions offers hearing and meeting rooms for hire, access to a prestigious panel of sport specialist arbitrators and mediators, and a full range of dispute resolution services. Our Services Room hire for arbitration, mediation and meetings Appointment of independent panel members Arbitration Mediation Investigations and reviews Expert opinions Training and consultancy Dispute resolution clauses

Sport Resolutions (UK), 1 Salisbury Square, London EC4Y 8AE T: +44 (0)20 7036 1966 F: +44 (0)20 7936 2602 Email: resolve@sportresolutions.co.uk Website: www.sportresolutions.co.uk


Professional Services Squire Sanders Hammonds

Squire Sanders Hammonds’ Sports Law Group offers market leading experience and expertise in legal, commercial, regulatory and disciplinary issues affecting the sports industry. We advise international and national governing bodies, event owners, clubs, athletes, sponsors, suppliers and agents from offices in the UK, Europe, the Far East, the Americas and Australia. Our young and dynamic team of recognised industry experts knows sports law inside out.

Contact: Stephen Sampson T: +44(0)20 7655 1481 E: stephen.sampson@ssd.com www.ssd.com

The Sports Consultancy

The Sports Consultancy creates and delivers innovative business solutions in sports for brands, rights holders, facilities and public sector clients. Our commercial, marketing and legal expertise enables our clients to maximise investment returns from sponsorship, broadcasting, licensing and event bidding and hosting. Contact: Angus Buchanan or Robert Datnow T: +44 (0) 207 229 4449 E: info@thesportsconsultancy.com The Sports Consultancy 81 Gower Street LONDON WC1E 6HJ www.thesportsconsultancy.com

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Pinsent Masons

A leading advisor to the sports and gaming sectors, our reputation is built on delivering not only advice based on legal excellence but game changing solutions and opportunities. Our team consists of experts in their fields who have an in depth understanding of these sectors. Operating from 6 locations across the United Kingdom and in major international centres, it’s likely that the issue our clients face is one that we have encountered many times before.

Charles Russell

“Service of the highest standard” (Legal Affairs Manager, British Horseracing Authority) Charles Russell’s multidisciplinary Sports group is recognised by clients and the legal directories as delivering a personalised and first rate service. Our expertise spans the entire spectrum of sports law. We provide a full range of legal advice in the following areas: • •

Dynamic. Responsive. Creative. Words our clients use to describe our approach.

Lead by sector head Trevor Watkins, our team offers initial meetings at no cost to understand further the challenges faced and how we can add value.

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Regulatory & disciplinary Integrity (doping & gambling) Sponsorship & merchandising Player contracts & image rights Ownership & finance Reputation management Child protection Governing structures Broadcasting Digital Media

Contact: Trevor Watkins Pinsent Masons 30 Crown Place London EC2A 4ES T: +44 (0) 207 490 6614 www.pinsentmasons.com

Contact: Keir Gordon 5 Fleet Place London EC4M 7RD T: 020 7203 5181 www.charlesrussell.co.uk


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Professional Services Calacus

Calacus provides bespoke public relations consultancy that delivers first class results. We deliver national and international campaigns for a wide range of sports events, sponsors, corporations, foundations, administrators and athletes and we have staged events and campaigns across the world, from London to Beijing. We specialise in media relations, message development, issues and crisis management and campaign planning and activation. Contact: David Alexander Managing Director T: +44 (0) 844 3573701 E: info@calacus.com Twitter: @calacus www.calacus.com

Museos Deportivos – Mude Eventos

International experience in design,  development & management  of sports museums and huge  shows.  Leaders in South America  in innovation and creativity. We  developed Boca Juniors and River  Plate interactive museums, as well  as CONMEBOL’s Museum and  “The Exhibition of Champions” at  Wembley Stadium. Contact: Nicolás López Fagúndez T: +5411-4780-4597 E: alopez@museosdeportivos.com Virrey Olaguer y Felliu 2462, Piso 6 C1426 EBB Ciudad de Buenos Aires Argentina www.museosdeportivos.com

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pmplegacy

pmplegacy is an international management consultancy working with clients on both global sporting events and global sports projects. Our global sporting events consultancy services include: • Evaluating Bidding • Planning • Delivering • As a leading global sports project consultancy, we have also worked on major sport, leisure and tourism projects around the world for over 20 years. These projects range from initial feasibility studies to strategy development. We answer those important client questions of what, where, why, how, when and who with. Contact: Cathy Livock T: +44(0)7887 546495 E: cathylivock@pmplegacy.com www.pmplegacy.com

The Sponsorship Measurement and Evaluation Report This report draws on over 25 examples from the widest range of brands to show what sponsorship has achieved and how they quantify it, including:  Consumer brands – Pringles, Robinsons, Marston’s and Carlsberg  Financial services companies – Visa, ING, Natwest and Nationwide  Automotive giants – Ford, Citroen, Land Rover and Volvo  International sports properties – Bundesliga, Manchester United, Velux 5 Oceans, Golf and NASCAR  Leading service brands – UPS, Xerox, FedEx, E.ON and Green Flag. For more information: T: +44(0)207 954 3514 www.sportbusiness.com/ sponsorship_measurement_mp quote 12137/mp

Spine Consulting Ltd

Training Consultancy Specialists in sponsorship and Sports Marketing capability development delivered through Facilitation, Advice, Coaching and Training. F.A.C.T. Width and depth of expertise from over 20 years work on all sides of the sponsorship ‘triangle’: For Rights holders, Sponsors and Agencies. Clients include Nestle, Heineken, Carlsberg, MasterCard, Octagon, Australian Rugby. Courses and workshops run across the globe. If you want to get better at developing and selling (or buying) sponsorships, promoting your sport/event to any of your constituents and stakeholders or even maximising the return from a commercial partnership, consider training as a route to success: The efficient and effective way to learn about how to apply best practice in sponsorship and sports marketing with immediate results.

Spine Consulting Ltd Suite 122 26 London Road Twickenham TW1 3AZ T: 02035397298 Contact: Graham Hollins MA (Oxon), Director T: +44 7739 628765 E: grhollins@spineconsulting.co.uk www.spineconsulting.co.uk


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LEN is the European governing body of Swimming, Diving, Water Polo, Synchronised Swimming and Open Water Swimming. It was founded in 1927, in Bologna and its Affiliated Members are 51 National Swimming Federations. LEN organises European Championships and LEN Events for all five Aquatic disciplines in age groups that go from junior to masters categories. LEN’s main goal is to promote and actively contribute to the development of these disciplines in Europe and beyond. Contact: T: +352 27 44 91 64 E: lenoffice@len.eu http://www.len.eu

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SMG Insight delivers leading edge research and consulting solutions for world-leading sports governing bodies, sponsors and sports investors in order to meet their strategic and business objectives. Through partnership with YouGov, the leading global consumer insights providers, our new generation sports research company (SMG / YouGov), offers a combination of thought leadership, strategic insight and comprehensive data analysis that enables our global clients to achieve a higher return on investment from sports sponsorship, investment and marketing. Contact: T: + 44 (0) 20 7012 6000 E: info@smg-insight.com www.smg-insight.com

Sport Event Denmark The Danish national sports event organisation established by the Danish Government and the National Danish Sports Organisations with the main objective of attracting and organising major international sports events and sports congresses. Broendby Stadion 20 DK-2605 Broendby T: +45 43262100 F: +45 43262125 info@sporteventdenmark.com sporteventdenmark.com

SportBusiness Digital Publishing

Your sport in their hands with iPad publishing. Whether it is a presentation to sponsors, showreel of video to broadcasters or a full-blown magazine for your sporting family SportBusiness iPad solutions will put you where you need to be. SportBusiness has invested in the very latest technology and expertise to help our sports clients meet their objectives through this most personal of platforms., Ask to see a portfolio of our award-winning work done for European Aquatics, International Fencing, Qatar Olympic Committee and Peace and Sport. For a personal conversation about your needs contact contact: Phil Savage E: Phil.Savage@SportBusiness.com T: +44 7778 635 836

SportBusiness Communications

Are you looking to grow your sport, increase your audience and boost your sponsorship and media rights? SportBusiness Communications works with several leading sports organisations to do just that. We have helped attract new sports events to Doha with an official magazine for the Qatar Olympic Committee; our digital publishing work with European Aquatics won an award in the prestigious UK publishing awards; and our new iPad magazine for International Fencing is breaking new ground in sport. Alongside digital publishing SportBusiness Communications works with organisations on social media strategies to engage with existing and new fans. Our reach into the world of brands and broadcasters also helps our clients approach new sponsors, event hosts and broadcasters. As a client of SportBusiness Communications, our clients enjoy numerous extra benefits and a personal service that is open to you too. We work hard to help our clients achieve their aims in the business of their sport and would love to work with you. To see a portfolio of our award-winning work or talk about iPad, PC magazines, targeted campaigns and video showreels contact: Phil Savage E: Phil.Savage@SportBusiness.com T: +44 7778 635 836

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The FIM (Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme) founded in 1904, is the governing body for motorcycle sport and the global advocate for motorcycling. It is recognised as the sole competent authority in motorcycle sport by the International Olympic Committee (IOC). Among its 50 FIM World Championships the main events are MotoGP, Superbike, Endurance, Motocross, Supercross, Trial, Enduro, Cross-Country Rallies and Speedway. The FIM also deals with non-sporting matters such as leisure motorcycling, mobility, transport, road safety, public policy and the environment.

The Clipper Round the World Yacht Race creates a unique platform for the global promotion of destinations, trade and culture. Clipper 13-14 features a new fleet of twelve 70-foot yachts crewed over 40,000 miles by non-professional sailors from all walks of life. Global media audiences exceed 500 million, with yacht sponsors and hosts benefitting from millions of dollars worth of economic impact from visitor spend, improved tourism, inward investment and commercial trade deals. To discover more contact: Neil Jenkinson T: +44 2392 526000 E: njenkinson@clipper-ventures.com www.ClipperRoundTheWorld.com

Eurosport Events is the event management arm of the Eurosport Group. It is a specialist division in the organisation, management and promotion of international sporting events. Eurosport Events is today involved in several prestigious motorsport series including the FIA World Touring Car Championship (WTCC) and the Intercontinental Rally Challenge (IRC). Eurosport Events is also involved in equestrianism with the Global Champions Tour and the Saut Hermès. Contact: Lorraine Deloison T: +33.1.40.93.80.00 E: ldeloison@eurosport.com www.eurosport.com

Dorna Sports

EventScotland

Infront Motor Sports

EventScotland is the national events agency and is working to make Scotland one of the world’s leading event destinations. By developing an exciting portfolio of sporting and cultural events, EventScotland is helping to raise Scotland’s international profile and boost the economy by attracting more visitors. We work with a range of partners to maximise the benefits of existing events, attract new events and to showcase Scotland as The Perfect Stage for world-class events.

Infront Motor Sports, a subsidiary of Infront Sports & Media, is based in Rome and is the promoter of the FIM Superbike World Championship and partner of the Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM) since 1989. The FIM Superbike World Championship is an international racing series using productionbased motorcycles from the world’s leading manufacturers. The bikes are competitively engineered to boost performance and achieve top speeds that exceed 300 km/h. The 2012 Championship introduces an exciting new brand identity and consists of 14 rounds across 12 countries – visiting the world’s most prestigious circuits. Contact: T: +39-06-50 96 61 www.infrontmotorsports.it www.worldsbk.com

Dorna Sports was established in 1988 as an international sports management and marketing company. With headquarters in Madrid and offices in Barcelona, and affiliate companies in London, Amsterdam and Tokyo, Dorna has been the exclusive holder of the commercial and media rights relating to MotoGP (FIM Road Racing World Championship Grand Prix) since 1992. The company also participates in the management, marketing and distribution of the Spanish Road Racing Championship (CEV). Bridgepoint Capital is the main shareholder. For further information: www.dorna.com

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IMG Media is the world’s largest independent distributor of sports programming, distributing over 20,000 hours of content to major global broadcasters annually. This content originates from more than 200 clients and events including AELTC (Wimbledon), Tennis Australia (The Australian Open), TPL (ATP Masters 1000s), The r&A (The Open Championship), International rugby Board (rugby World Cup), Dorna (Moto GP), National Football League (NFL) and International Volleyball Federation (FIVB). IMG Media operates from over 30 offices worldwide and has daily exchanges with over 4,000 key media contacts. IMG Media distributes across all forms of media including TV, Audio, Fixed Media, Inflight and Closed Circuit, Broadband and Mobile. IMG Media maintains the world’s largest sports archive with more than 250,000 hours of footage. IMG Media also enjoys successful joint ventures with the PGA European Tour (European Tour Productions), Associated Press (SNTV) and Asian Tour (Asian Tour Media). IMG Media McCormack House Burlington Lane LONDON W4 2TH, UK www.imgworld.com T: +44 (0) 208 233 5300 F: +44 (0) 208 233 6476 Contact: Michel Masquelier President, IMG Media E: Michel.Masquelier@imgworld.com

International Table Tennis Federation

Looking to invest or enter the Chinese and Asian Market? Then TMS International is the perfect place to start. representing the International Table Tennis Federation for the last 10 years has ensured that TMS international has excellent contacts and partners in the region and in the country where table tennis is revered as a National Sport. With various possibilities still available over the upcoming years the opportunity awaits. Contact us now: Anders Thunstrom Managing Director E: at@tmsin.com

Rights Holder

PGA EUROPEAN TOUR Europe’s primary administrator of professional tournament golf comprising an International Schedule of over 50 tournaments in 26 countries worldwide. Owns the international TV rights to European Tour events and full commercial rights to several key events including the Irish Open, European Open, Scottish Open and the PGA Championship. Also owns full commercial rights to the ryder Cup when staged in Europe. PGA European Tour Wentworth Drive, Virgina Water Surrey, GU25 4LX, UK T: +44 (0) 1344 840 400 F: +44 (0) 1344 840 480 Contact: Tim Shaw European Sales Director E: tshaw@europeantour.com www.europeantour.com

Professional Sports Group

Professional Sports Group delivers outsourced commercial services and consultancy for rights holders. These include asset evaluation, strategic consulting, sponsor sourcing and sponsorship management. Our clients range from governments to governing bodies, venues to events: Abu Dhabi Government, Amateur rowing Association, Capital & regional, Chelsea FC, European Tour, Jamie Oliver and The Boat race. Contact: Marcus Littlejohns (UK) T: +44 1276 858930 E: marcus@profsports.com Emma Kettle (International) T: +971 2 441 8122 E: emma@profsports.com www.profsports.com

Professional Squash Association (PSA)

The Professional Squash Association (PSA) promotes men’s professional squash globally. The PSA World Tour showcases the sport with over 520 members and more than 120 events worldwide. The pinnacle of the Tour is the PSA World Series, the ten most important tournaments on the Tour after the PSA World Open. The end of the season finale consists of the eight highest ranked players who play in the PSA World Series Finals. Professional Squash Association The Queen’s Club, London Contact: Alex Gough PSA CEO T: +44 7500 888 577 E: Alex.Gough@psaworldtour.com

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AN EXCITING NEW IDENTITY INTRODUCED IN 2012 AS THE LEADING ROAD RACING WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP using production-based motorcycles, the FIM Superbike World Championship (SBK) is popular with fans and commercial partners. SBK COMES FROM THE ROADS. Its races are highly competitive and exciting. Fans identify themselves with the riders. PASSION, COMPETITION and ACCESSIBILITY are three key values best characterising SBK. This is conveyed through a new dynamic visual identity introduced for the 25th SBK anniversary.


Rugby Football League

The Rugby Football League (RFL) is the governing body for rugby league in the UK and are committed to building innovative commercial partnerships. Opportunities are available across all our brands - the England national team, the Challenge Cup, Super League and the Championships. These areas form the professional and semi-professional structure of the game in the UK. The RFL also administers the amateur and junior game nationwide. Bespoke, award winning CSR programmes can be created in these areas. See what we can do for your brand. Contact: Huw Ellis Business Development Executive T: 0113 2375524 E: huw.ellis@rfl.uk.com www.therfl.co.uk

Sports Revolution Media

Vero

Sports Revolution Media manage a portfolio of online fan sites, in-stadia advertising, mobile and social media assets to provide strategic media campaigns for some of the world’s biggest brands. Through extensive knowledge of sports fans and using planning tools such as Digitar, brands are able to engage with this valuable audience on a deeper level. Sports Revolution’s experienced sales team has worked with clients including Barclays, Beko and Sky to help them activate their sports marketing strategies.

VERO works with clients across the business of sport. Our purpose is to offer a narrative-based and campaigning approach to communications, brand building, media relations, stakeholder engagement and media management. Most recently VERO worked with the successful Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup and PyeongChang 2018 Winter Games bids. We find the truth at the heart of your story and tell it in the right way, through PR, marketing and events – to media, to sport, to decision makers, to governments, to business, to the public. Contact: Selina Faircloth T: +44 (0)20 7379 4000 F: +44 (0)20 7836 5812 E: sfaircloth@verocom.co.uk www.verocom.co.uk

Contact: Kelly Williams T: +44 (0)20 7580 2850 E: kelly.williams@ sportsrevolution.co.uk www.sportsrevolution.co.uk

TTXGP

The Singapore Sports Council (SSC) is the lead government agency responsible for developing a sporting culture in the country. Working with the public and private sectors, SSC promotes and develops participation, excellence and industry at home and internationally. Everything we do is driven by the belief that sport contributes to the character of our people, the vibrancy of our city and the economic stability and diversity of our nation. We are your city for sports business in Asia. For more information on the Singapore Sports Council, please refer to www.ssc.gov.sg.

The TTXGP World Championship is the first and leading zero carbon motorcycle series. Founded on the Isle of Man TT in 2009, it is now on 3 continents; 13 races and TV to a 100m+ audience. TTXGP links motorsport with climate change, alternative power, innovation and thrilling trackside action. It is a truly global platform for thought leadership; developing the next generation of technologies, riders and fans. It’s a new day. Be part of it. Contact: T: +44 (0)870 445 0111 E: Partnership@egrandprix.com www.egrandprix.com

SportBusiness Communications

Position your events, sponsorship and media opportunities in front of an international audience with SportBusiness digital communications solutions. Regular iPad and PC magazines, targeted campaigns to find new hosts or sponsors, showreel of video footage all tailored to meet your specific objectives and take your sport forward. Ask to see a portfolio of our award-winning work done for European Aquatics, International Fencing, Qatar Olympic Committee and Peace and Sport. For a personal conversation about your needs contact: Phil Savage E: Phil.Savage@SportBusiness.com T: +44 7778 635 836

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A boutique operation with 24 years Do you want: ● Higher income frommanage your TV sales? experience, we will the ● Increaseddistribution exposure for your sponsors? worldwide of your ● An exceptional standard of service? programming and events from start ● A partner as dedicated to your to finish. We increase your property as will you are? rights generate ● 18revenues, years of expert advice? more exposure for your sponsors, assist Then contact us now for more youinformation. with production and satellite facilities and Specialists in guarantee the distributionyou of a totally motorsportservice. events (including cars, bikes dedicated andhas powerboats), tennis, golf and C&A sold live, delayed and adventure racing via straight rights fee a highlight programme rights from negotiation or barter syndication. variety of sports and events including & Hours, Associates Le Cotterill Mans 24 international Forres Place, 33 West Common football, tennis, the London Lindfield, West Sussex, RH16 2AJ Triathlon, fishing, UIPM Tel: +44 extreme (0) 1444 410523 Modern Pentathlon, Drag Racing and Contact: Laura Cotterill FIMEmail: Speedway Grand Prix. laura@cotterillassociates.com T: +44 (0) 1825 712525 E: laura@cotterillassociates.com In association with:

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The Eurosport Group is Europe’s leading sports entertainment group. Eurosport, the n°1 panEuropean TV channel, broadcasts in 20 languages and reaches 125 million homes across 59 countries. Eurosport HD is the high definition simulcast of Eurosport. Eurosport 2 broadcasts to 52 million households in 17 languages across 47 countries. Eurosport.com, Europe’s n°1 online sports destination, has 15 million unique users per month (comScore) across an international network of sports websites in 11 languages. Contact: Heather Bowler T: +33.1.40.93.80.00 E: sportbusiness@eurosport.com www.eurosport.com

IMG Media is the world’s largest independent distributor of sports programming, distributing over 20,000 hours of content to major global broadcasters annually. This content originates from more than 200 clients and events including AELTC (Wimbledon), Tennis Australia (The Australian Open), TPL (ATP Masters 1000s), The R&A (The Open Championship), International Rugby Board (Rugby World Cup), Dorna (Moto GP), National Football League (NFL) and International Volleyball Federation (FIVB).

Infront Sports & Media

Infront Sports & Media, based in Zug, Switzerland, is an international specialist in the distribution of media rights to all broadcast media, including mainstream television as well as new media. With its experienced sales team, its dedicated broadcaster servicing team and a strong network of contacts, Infront has a track record of success. The company holds a prestigious media rights portfolio, including major events in football, handball, motor sports and the majority of Olympic winter sports, including ice hockey and skiing.

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IMG Media operates from over 30 offices worldwide and has daily exchanges with over 4,000 key media contacts. IMG Media distributes across all forms of media including TV, Audio, Fixed Media, Inflight and Closed Circuit, Broadband and Mobile. IMG Media maintains the world’s largest sports archive with more than 250,000 hours of footage. IMG Media also enjoys successful joint ventures with the PGA European Tour (European Tour Productions), Associated Press (SNTV) and Asian Tour (Asian Tour Media). IMG Media McCormack House Burlington Lane LONDON W4 2TH, UK www.imgworld.com T: +44 (0) 208 233 5300 F: +44 (0) 208 233 6476 Contact: Michel Masquelier President, IMG Media E: Michel.Masquelier@imgworld.com

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Total Sports Asia has a decade of expertise in placing sporting content across Asia and the globe. We distribute content to all broadcast media platforms including mainstream media as well as new media. TSA represents major s Research Services is the market’s leading provider of data and international rights worldwide gence on the TV sports rights business. With exclusive access to including BWF Super Series Markets database of rights fees, SportBusiness is able to offer (Badminton), PSA Pro Tour (Squash), prehensive service for bespoke projects. ITTF Pro Tour (Table Tennis), AIBA World Championship Boxing and of experienced researchers and network ofD1GP consultants, clients can benefiand t from in Asia the Drift racing US Open Tennis, the French Football nd out the details on TV rights contracts, past and present, signed worldwide for League, the Spanish Euro Football ge of sports and events. Qualifiers amongst many others.

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Input Media is one of Europe’s premier sports production companies, with blue-chip clients around the world. We specialise in: • Programme Production • Broadcast Services • Host Broadcasting • New Media • Design and Branding Clients include UEFA, ITF, FIFA, The FA, ITV Sport, BBC Sport, Sky Sports, ESPN, Chelsea FC, Arsenal FC, Pitch International, Kentaro, FFT, Sportfive and WTA. Contact: Claire Murphy T: +44 20 8740 5222 E: claire.murphy@inputmedia.tv www.inputmedia.tv

HBS is a specialist Host Broadcast Organisation with the core mandate of producing the multilateral signals for the 2002, 2006, 2010 & 2014 FIFA World Cups™ & all unilateral services and facilities in the host country. Since 1999, HBS has continued to build on its unique capabilities by combining expert personnel with state-of-art technical innovations to deliver consultancy and customised services to the French LFP (for L1 & L2) and to IGBS, a joint venture, with innovative production-led projects based on shorter-time scales, with lighter infrastructure, at the request of event and rights-owners, worldwide. Contact: Nicola Taylor T: + 33 (0) 1 55 19 20 08 E: info@hbs.tv http://www.hbs.tv

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Crystal CG International enjoys worldwide leadership position in sports visualisation and breakthrough digital imagery. We recreate the drama, excitement, passion and beauty of sport with breath-taking 3D imagery and animations for venues, cities, simulations, mascots, logos and events such as ceremonies. We work in partnership with sports federations, broadcasters, sponsors, organisers and franchisers. Our inspired concepts, ground-breaking techniques and breath-taking imagery help to communicate a marketing message, raise consumer awareness or captivate audiences.

International Games Broadcast Services (IGBS) represents the unique combination of host broadcast skills and experience. It is a joint venture between two industry leaders, HBS and IMG Media, both of which are at the forefront of sports host broadcasting. As a team, these companies have focused specifically on major multi-sports projects such as the 15th Asian Games Doha 2006 and the 7th Asian Winter Games Astana-Almaty 2011 in Kazakhstan – events where they have delivered the highest international production standards on a cost effective basis against challenging lead times and, sometimes, in difficult environments. Contact: Nicola Taylor Director, Corporate Communication T: 33 (0)1 55 19 20 08 E: ntaylor@hbs.tv

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IMG Sports Media is the world’s largest independent producer, with an output in excess of 10,000 hours of original programming each year. It is the sports production arm of IMG with production centres in London, New York, Oslo, Singapore, Glasgow, Stockholm and Sydney. IMG Sports Media currently produces no fewer than 5 channels worldwide plus the Premier League content service from the UK. It has major relationships with broadcasters including the BBC, for the Football League show, Snooker and Darts, ESPN for Football and Darts, and Channel Four for the World Athletics Championships and 2012 Paralympics (with Sunset & Vine). It also enjoys a string of other important client relationships, most notably with the Premier League, Wimbledon, the R and A for Open Golf Championship, BCCI for IPL Cricket, the West Indies Cricket Board, FIFA, UEFA and the New York Marathon. Other important relationships include those with the Volvo Ocean Race, Trace Sports and Rolex. IMG Sports Media is also a joint partner with Associated Press for the sports news agency SNTV, as well as in partnership with the European Tour for European Tour Productions, the world’s most prolific producer of golf programming. IMG Sports Media also produces in-flight programming for over 50 airlines and live sports to cruise ships. IMG www.imgworld.com T: +44 (0) 208 233 5300 F: +44 (0) 208 233 6476 Contact: Graham Fry MD, Sport Production Worldwide E: Graham.Fry@imgworld.com


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Total Sports Asia

Total Sports Asia produces sports and news programs working with broadcasters, rights holders and international governing bodies. We have been responsible for thousands of hours of content, world and unilateral feeds and original programming. We offer cutting edge film and media solutions from our experience gained from international championships and sporting events, concerts and live events.

Contact: Dave Tully VP Production T: +603 76609611 E: dave.tully@totalsportsasia.com www.totalsportsasia.com

TVSPORTSMARKETS TV Sports Markets is the leading publisher on news and analysis about the audiovisual sports rights sector. Reporting on the sector for 15 years, it is widely acclaimed as the most accurate and in-depth provider of information in the industry. TV Sports Markets has built its reputation on the fortnightly newsletter which delivers its readers exclusive news, analysis and data on television sports rights deals from around the world every two weeks, providing hard-toget expert information which is unrivalled anywhere in the industry. This professional newsletter is a must-buy if you want to excel in the business of television sport, if you want both the news and the in-depth understanding of key developments across the world, not to mention comprehensive analysis on what was paid by broadcasters for the rights to key sporting events. And now TV Sports Markets brings you a number of other services to complement the newsletter, including a new daily news service, breaking the news as it happens, as well as free webinars where our analysts and external experts get together to give you their insight on key developments. And all our content will be delivered by the new TV Sports Markets app, meaning you can read the news wherever you are and whenever you want. For further information: T: +44 (0) 207 484 3483 E: paul.santos@tvsportsmarkets.com www.tvsportsmarkets.com When calling please quote: 12MVP-MP

Ultimate Sports Websites

The number of sports and events still to get online is tiny with all but the smallest properties having some kind of presence on the web. That being said there is a world of difference between the best of sport online and the rest. With technology across the board moving at an increasingly fast pace, the web and online world appear as a blur in the distance. So, to ensure that you stay up-to-date in the face of online innovation and change SportBusiness have published Ultimate Sports Websites. We have reviewed hundreds of sports websites to select the top 100 online destinations. The result is your guide to creating a winning online proposition for sport. This report includes: • Content Strategies for website operators - models, types and payment solutions • Building an online community • R  ights models for major markets  - new media rights, protecting  digital assets • Monetising digital sports content & revenue streams • Case studies from website producers • Digital sports industry forecast To order this report or request a free copy of the synopsis please call T: +44(0) 207 954 3514 and quote code 12161/mp or visit www.sportbusiness.com/ uswmp2012

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TVSPORTSMARKETS Across the sports media industry, there is a groundswell of opinion that sports media coverage is in the middle of a profound transformation – that the industry is on the cusp of a truly converged media age which will offer sports fans greater choice and better quality than was thought possible even just a few years ago. With technology driving the pace of change in the sports media industry faster than ever before, understanding how the media habits of sport consumers is changing is important for all commercial stakeholders in sport – broadcasters and content buyers, sports federations, clubs, sponsors and brands. Broadcasters and content buyers, sports federations, clubs, sponsors and brands will benefit greatly from the information in this report. The first edition of this annual report by PERFoRM, KantarSport and TV Sports Markets provides key data on the behaviour of sports fans and their media consumption in eight of the world’s biggest media markets. You will gain an understanding not only of general trends and consumption patterns across the globe but also the variations between different markets, making the report a must-have for any executive whose business is related to sports media coverage. For further information: T: +44 (0) 207 484 3514 E: infoteam@sportbusiness.com www.sportbusiness.com/mediaconsumption-mp When calling please quote: 12514/MP

The Business of TV Sport Values and Strategies for Television and New Media Rights

This report from the publishers of the highly acclaimed TV Sports Markets newsletter, looks at the strategies, business models and trends behind arguably the most lucrative revenue stream in sport. Despite the current economic crisis, there continues to be headlinegrabbing deals for the major global sports events and for the top sports leagues across the world. However, the deals for elite sport don’t tell the whole story. For many sports, securing exposure and rights fees is a struggle. The Business of TV Sport allows you to benefit from expert analysis, enabling you to maximise your revenues in a very competitive marketplace. The report includes a large number of case studies featuring rights properties such as English football’s Premier League, cricket’s indian Premier League, Formula one motor racing, UEFA Champions League, the olympic Games, the iAAF Diamond League, motor racing’s A1GP and Superleague Formula, GAiSF/Sportaccord, rugby league’s Super League, France’s Ligue 1 and the Dutch Eredivisie. For further information: T: +44 (0) 207 484 3514 E: infoteam@sportbusiness.com www.sportbusiness.com/ tv-sport-mp When calling please quote: 12511/MP

SportBusiness Communications

Are you looking to grow your sport, increase your audience and boost your sponsorship and media rights? SportBusiness Communications works with several leading sports organisations to do just that. We have helped attract new sports events to Doha with an official magazine for the Qatar olympic Committee; our digital publishing work with European Aquatics won an award in the prestigious UK publishing awards; and our new iPad magazine for international Fencing is breaking new ground in sport. Alongside digital publishing SportBusiness Communications works with organisations on social media strategies to engage with existing and new fans. our reach into the world of brands and broadcasters also helps our clients approach new sponsors, event hosts and broadcasters. As a client of SportBusiness Communications, our clients enjoy numerous extra benefits and a personal service that is open to you too. We work hard to help our clients achieve their aims in the business of their sport and would love to work with you. To see a portfolio of our award-winning work or talk about iPad, PC magazines, targeted campaigns and video showreels contact: Phil Savage E: Phil.Savage@SportBusiness.com T: +44 7778 635 836

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Sports Television Aerial Camera Systems (ACS)

BOW TIE

The world’s leading specialist camera company ACS is a leading provider in the provision of specialist camera facilities including a range of advanced remote head and camera systems, stabilised camera mounts, rail and wire systems, aerial filming services and the unique sponsor funded EyeFlyer. Whether the requirement is for a single remote head or multiple systems and experienced crews for an Olympics scale broadcast, ACS has the expertise and experience to ensure these facilities are delivered on schedule and fulfil the needs of the client. Production credits include: Asian Winter Games 2011, Kazakhstan XIX Commonwealth Games, Delhi Vancouver Winter Olympics 2010 Beijing Olympics 2008 Turin Winter Olympics 2006 Athens Olympics 2004 Sydney Olympics 2000 IPL 2010 Ryder Cup 2010 Wimbledon Championships Royal Ascot Six Nations Rugby Euro 2008 The FA Cup BBC Match of the Day Premiership Football European and World Athletics Championships 33rd America’s Cup The Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race Aerial Camera Systems (ACS) Innovation House, Douglas Drive Godalming, Surrey, GU7 1JX T: +44 (0)1483 426767 E: info@acsmedia.com www.acsmedia.com www.eye-flyer.tv

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Bow Tie television is the UK’s Number One High Definition outside broadcast facility. Operating the fleet of up to the minute Standard Definition and two High Definition production friendly vehicles equipped with from 2 to 20 cameras. Our newest HD production vehicle has a rigid body and two expanding sides. Built to compliment our 20 camera articulated OB truck (a big favourite on sports and L.E), this truck gives you access to the smaller city centre venues. We have excellent project management skills and our experienced staff really enjoy getting their teeth into a challenging project. We regularly supply facilities and crew around the world and pride ourselves on the fact that our clients come back year after year. Talk to us about your forthcoming projects - we deliver every time! Bow Tie television Unit 5, Belvedere Link Business Park Viking Way, Belvedere Kent, DA8 1EW Contact: Duncan Smith T: +44 (0) 7989 944 938 E: duncan.smith@bowtietv.com www.bowtietv.com

Presteigne Charter

Presteigne Charter are a World leading broadcast equipment rental company with a network of operations around the globe. Providing bespoke flypacks, audio, RF & Communication systems and more recently, specialist 3D productions solutions, we are leaders in pioneering technology and are always the first to invest in the latest equipment, including our own extensive research and development. We have an excellent reputation for supplying our equipment and expertise at some of the World’s biggest live sporting events, such as the Olympics, Football World Cup’s, and Grand Slam Tennis tournaments, as well as some of the biggest music events. We also have extensive experience with systems integration for studio productions. With a huge inventory of HD , RF & 3D technology, audio, and an experienced team of engineers and support staff, we are well placed to support your production whatever the size, and wherever the location. Presteigne Charter Ltd Unit 4, Manor Gate Manor Royal Crawley West Sussex RH10 9SX Contact: Sean Bradley T: +44 (0)1293 651 300 F: +44 (0)1293 651 301 E: seanb@presteignecharter.com www.presteignecharter.com


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Global Sports Media Consumption Report

TVSPORTSMARKETS Providing host and outside broadcast facilities and satellite uplinks, comprehensive RF comms services, high bandwidth satellite internet IP and streaming services, specialist cameras and a Worldleading satellite and broadcast product range, SIS LIVE is there for every broadcast requirement. SIS LIVE’s sports credit list includes the Commonwealth and Olympic games, Formula 1, America’s Cup, Royal Ascot, London Marathon, British Touring Cars, Champions League Football and Open Golf. Contact: Katie Steele T: +44 (0)1753 588088 E: sales@sislive.tv www.sislive.tv

STATS is the world’s leading sports technology, data and content company, with offices in twelve countries covering all major sports leagues, worldwide. STATS provides real-time scores, historical sports information, Associated Press editorial content, a turnkey fantasy sports operation and SportVU technology. Today, STATS’ worldwide client network of media companies and professional sports leagues and teams utilize a broad spectrum of dynamic in-game broadcast presentations and virtual images, multimedia enhancements and game analysis and tactical coaching tools. T: + 1 800 583 2100 E: sales@stats.com www.stats.com

SportStat

SportStat work with broadcasters and production companies enabling our partners to bring live and archive data to life across a variety of platforms. We use our data to produce comprehensive analysis and match previews within our specialist area suitable for online content and commentary analysis thus reducing research costs and enhancing presentation. For examples and further information please contact:

wTVision is one of the leading broadcast graphics services providers. wTVision has experience in more than 12000 live sports events, using its SportStats CG software to provide on-air graphics in real-time.

Andrew Palmer T: 01291 673710 E: andrewpalmer@sportstat.co.uk

With offices in Portugal, Spain, Belgium, UAE and Brazil, wTVision develops solutions for 40 sports in 25 countries.

SportStat Llancayo Court Usk, Monmouthshire NP15 1HY www.sportstat.co.uk

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wTVision has a scalable solution, ranging from small one-time events to whole championships broadcast in HD and in stereoscopic 3D.

Contact: Paulo Ferreira M: +351 96 205 25 82 E: info@wtvision.com www.wtvision.com

Across the sports media industry, there is a groundswell of opinion that sports media coverage is in the middle of a profound transformation – that the industry is on the cusp of a truly converged media age which will offer sports fans greater choice and better quality than was thought possible even just a few years ago. With technology driving the pace of change in the sports media industry faster than ever before, understanding how the media habits of sport consumers is changing is important for all commercial stakeholders in sport – broadcasters and content buyers, sports federations, clubs, sponsors and brands. Broadcasters and content buyers, sports federations, clubs, sponsors and brands will benefit greatly from the information in this report. The first edition of this annual report by PERFORM, KantarSport and TV Sports Markets provides key data on the behaviour of sports fans and their media consumption in eight of the world’s biggest media markets. You will gain an understanding not only of general trends and consumption patterns across the globe but also the variations between different markets, making the report a must-have for any executive whose business is related to sports media coverage. For further information: T: +44 (0) 207 484 3514 E: infoteam@sportbusiness.com www.sportbusiness.com/mediaconsumption-mp When calling please quote: 12514/MP


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international ACNO / ANOC (Association of National Olympic Committees)

CAS (Court of Arbitration for Sport)

Rue du Grand-Chêne 6 Lausanne 1003 Switzerland Contact: Mario Vázquez Raña President Tel: +41 21 321 52 60 Web: www.acnolympic.org

Château de Béthusy Avenue de Beaumont 2 Lausanne 1012 Switzerland Contact: John D. Coates President Tel: +41 21 613 5000 Web: www.tas-cas.org

ACNOA / ANOCA (Association of National Olympic Committees of Africa) 6, Lasale Street Off Shehu Shagari Way Maitama, Abuja Nigeria Contact: Lassana Palenfo President Tel: +234 9870 5991 Web: www.africaolympic.org

AIBA (Association Internationale de Boxe Amateur - International Boxing Association)

CGF (Commonwealth Games Federation) 2nd Floor, 138 Piccadilly London W1J 7NR UK Contact: Michael Hooper CEO Tel: 020 7491 8801 Web: www.thecgf.com

CISM (Conseil International du Sport Militaire / International Military Sports Council)

CSIT (Confédération Sportive Internationale du Travail / International Workers’ Sports Confederation) Steinergasse 12 Vienna 1230 Austria Contact: Harald Bauer President Tel: +43 1 869 324 521 Web: www.csit.tv

FEI (Fédération Équestre Internationale)

Rue Jacques Jordaens 26 Brussels 1000 Belgium Contact: Colonel Hamad Kalkaba Malboum President Tel: +32 2 647 6852 Web: www.cism-milsport.org

HM King Hussein I Building Chemin des Délices 9 Lausanne 1006 Switzerland Contact: Haya Bint Al Hussein President Tel: +41 21 310 4747 Web: www.fei.org

AIOWF (Association of the International Olympic Winter Sports Federations)

CISS (International Committee of Sports for the Deaf) International Committee of Sports for the Deaf

FIBA (Fédération Internationale de Basketball)

Brandschenkestrasse 50 Postfach 1817 8027 Zurich Switzerland Contact: René Fasel President Tel: +41 44 562 22 00  

528 Trail Avenue Frederick Maryland 21701 USA Contact: Craig A. Crowley President Fax: +1 301 620 2990 Web: www.ciss.org

ASOIF (Association of Summer Olympic International Federations)

COE / EOC (The European Olympic Committees)

Maison du Sport International Av. de Rhodanie 54 Lausanne 1007 Switzerland Contact: Ching-Kuo Wu President Tel: +41 21 321 2777 Web: www.aiba.org

Maison du Sport International Av. de Rhodanie 54 Lausanne 1007 Switzerland Contact: Denis Oswald President Tel: +41 21 601 4888 Web: www.asoif.com

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Palazzina CONI - “Villino Giulio Onesti” Via della Pallacanestro, 19 Rome 00135 Italy Contact: Patrick Joseph Hickey President Tel: +39 6 3685 7828/7619 Web: www.eurolympic.org

Avenue Louis Casaï, 53 Cointrin/Geneva 1216 Switzerland Contact: Yvan Mainini President Tel: +41 22 545 0000 Web: www.fiba.com

FIE (Fédération Internationale d’Escrime) Maison du Sport International Av. de Rhodanie 54 Lausanne 1007 Switzerland Contact: Usmanov Alisher President Tel: +41 21 320 3115 Web: www.fie.ch


FIEP (Fédération Internationale d’Education Physique / International Federation of Physical Education)

FILA (Fédération Internationale des Luttes Associées International Federation of Associated Wrestling Styles)

Belarmino de Mendonça nº 920 c/ Rua Santos Dummont - Centro Foz do Iguaçu 85.851-100 Brazil Contact: Manoel José Gomez TUBINO President Tel: +55 45 3574 1949 Web: www.fiep.net

Rue du Château 6 Corsier-sur-Vevey 1804 Switzerland Contact: Raphaël Martinetti President Tel: +41 21 312 8426 Web: www.fila-wrestling.com

Maison du Sport International Av. de Rhodanie 54 Lausanne 1007 Switzerland Contact: Ugur ERDENER President Tel: +41 21 614 3050 Web: www.archery.org

FIFA (Fédération Internationale de Football Association)

FINA (Fédération Internationale de Natation)

FIVB (Fédération Internationale de Volleyball )

Avenue de l’Avant-Poste 4 Lausanne 1005 Switzerland Contact: Julio C. Maglione President Tel: +41 21 310 4710 Web: www.fina.org

Château Les Tourelles Ch Edouard Sandoz 2-4 Lausanne 1006 Switzerland Contact: Jizhong Wei President Tel: +41 21 345 3535 Web: www.fivb.org

FIFA-Strasse 20 Zurich 8077 Switzerland Contact: Sepp Blatter President Tel: +41 43 222 7777 Web: www.fifa.com

FIG (Fédération Internationale de Gymnastique)

FISA (Fédération Internationale des Sociétés d’Aviron IAAF (International Association International Rowing Federation) of Athletics Federations)

Avenue de la Gare 12 Lausanne 1003 Switzerland Contact: Bruno Grandi President Tel: +41 21 321 5510 Web: www.fig-gymnastics.com

Maison du Sport International Av. de Rhodanie 54 Lausanne 1007 Switzerland Contact: Denis Oswald President Tel: +41 21 617 8373 Web: www.worldrowing.com

FIH (Fédération Internationale de Hockey)

FISpT (International Sport For All Federation)

Rue du Valentin 61 Lausanne 1004 Switzerland Contact: Negre Leandro President Tel: +41 21 641 0606 Web: www.worldhockey.org

Molendal 26 Dilbeek 1700 Belgium Contact: Andre Van Lierde President Tel: +32 2 569 0721 Web: www.fispt.org

FIL (Fédération Internationale de Luge de Course)

FISU (Fédération Internationale du Sport Universitaire / International University Sports Federation)

Rathausplatz 9 Berchtesgaden Germany 83471 Contact: Josef Fendt President Tel: +49 86 526 6960 Web: www.fil-luge.org

FITA (Fédération Internationale de Tir a L’Arc - Internatioanl Archery Federation)

Château de la Solitude Avenue Schaller 54 Brussels 1160 Belgium Contact: George E. Killian President Tel: +32 2 640 6873 Web: www.fisu.net

17, rue Princesse Florestine B.P. 359 Monaco 98007 Contact: Lamine Diack President Tel: +377 9310 8888 Web: www.iaaf.org

IAKS (International Association for Sports and Leisure Facilities) Eupener Str. 70 Am Sportpark Müngersdorf 3 Köln 50933 Germany Contact: Stephan J. HolthoffPförtner President Tel: +49 22 1168 023 - 0 Web: www.iaks.info

ICF (International Canoe Federation) Maison du Sport International Av. de Rhodanie 54 Lausanne 1007 Switzerland Contact: José Perurena López President Tel: +41 21 612 0290 Web: www.canoeicf.com

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international IHF (International Handball Federation)

ISAF (International Sailing Federation)

ITTF (International Table Tennis Federation)

P.O. Box Peter Merian-Strasse 23 Basel 4002 Switzerland Contact: Hassan Moustafa President Tel: +41 61 228 9040 Web: www.ihf.info

Ariadne House Town Quay Southampton SO14 2AQ Great Britain Contact: Göran Petersson President Tel: +44 23 8063 5111 Web: www.sailing.org

Chemin de la Roche 11 1020 Renens/Lausanne Switzerland Contact: Adham Sharara President Tel: +41 21 340 7090 Web: www.ittf.com

ISF (International School Sport Federation)

998 Harbourside Drive Suite 221 North Vancouver V7P 3T2 Canada Contact: Marisol Casado President Tel: +1 604 904 9248 Web: www.triathlon.org

IIHF (International Ice Hockey Federation) Brandschenkestrasse 50 Brandschenkestrasse 50 Postfach 8027 Zurich Switzerland Contact: Fasel René President Tel: +41 44 562 2200 Web: www.iihf.com

Boomgaardstraat 22 B39 Berchem-Antwerpen 2600 Belgium Contact: Andrea Delpin President Tel: +32 3 286 0738 Web: www.isfsports.org

IMGA (International Masters Games Association)

ISSF (International Shooting Sport Federation)

Maison du Sport International Avenue de Rhodanie Lausanne 1007 Switzerland Contact: Kai Holm President Tel: +41 21 601 8171 Web: www.imga.ch

Munich 80336 Bavariaring 21 D-80336 München Germany Contact: Olegario Vázquez Raña President Tel: +49 89 544 3550 Web: www.issf-sports.org

IOC (International Olympic Committee)

ISU (International Skating Union)

Château de Vidy Case postale 356 Lausanne 1007 Switzerland Contact: Jacques Rogge President Tel: +41 21 621 6111 Web: www.olympic.org

IPC (International Paralympic Committee) Adenauerallee 212-214 Bonn 53113 Germany Contact: Philip Craven President Tel: +49-228-2097-200 Web: www.paralympic.org

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Chemin de Primerose 2 Lausanne 1007 Switzerland Contact: Ottavio Cinquanta President Tel: +41 21 612 6666 Web: www.isu.org

ITF (International Tennis Federation) Bank Lane Roehampton, London SW15 5XZ Great Britain Contact: Francesco Ricci Bitti President Tel: +44 20 8878 6464 Web: www.itftennis.com

ITU (International Triathlon Union)

10 Lake Circle Colorado Springs CO 80906 USA Contact: Ron Froehlich President Tel: +1 719 471 8096 Web: www.worldgames-iwga.org

OCA (Olympic Council of Asia) P.O. Box 6706 Kuiwait City 32042 Kuwait Contact: Sheikh Fahad Al-Sabah President Tel: +965 2 573 4972 Web: www.ocasia.org

ODECABE (Organización Deportiva Centroamericana y del Caribe) / CASCO (Central American and Caribbean Sports Organization) Anillo Periférico y Av. Del Conscripto Apartado Postal No 77-175Mexico Mexico City 10 Contact: Héctor Cardona President Tel: +52 55 573 632 Web: www.odecabe.org


ODEPA / PASO (Pan American Sports Organization)

UCI (Union Cycliste Internationale)

45, Serapio Rendon Col. San Rafael Mexico Mexico City Contact: Mario Vázquez Raña President Tel: +52 5 555 450 185 Web: www.paso-odepa.org

Ch. de la Mêlée 12 Aigle 1860 Switzerland Contact: Pat McQuaid President Tel: +41 24 468 5811 Web: www.uci.ch

ODESUR (South American Sports Organization)

UEFA (Union Européenne de Football-Association)

Avenida das Américas, 899 Barra da Tijuca Rio de Janeiro Brazil 22631-000 Contact: Carlos Arthur Nuzman President Tel: +55 21 3433 5946 Web: www.odesur.org

Route de Genève 46 Case postale Nyon 2 1260 Switzerland Contact: Michel Platini President Tel: +41 84 800 2727 Web: www.uefa.com

ONOC (Oceania National Olympic Committees)

UIPM (Union Internationale de Pentathlon Moderne)

GPO Box 798 Suva Fiji Islands Contact: Robin Mitchell President Tel: +679 330 2140 Web: www.oceaniasport.com

Stade Louis II - Entrance E 13 Avenue des Castelans 98000 Monaco Contact: Klaus Schormann President Tel: +377 9777 8555 Web: www.pentathlon.org

SOI (Special Olympics Inc.) 1133 19th Street, N.W. Washington DC 20036-3604 USA Contact: Timothy P. Shriver Chairman & CEO Tel: +1 (202) 628 3630 Web: www.specialolympics.org

SportAccord/GAISF Maison du Sport International Av. de Rhodanie 54 Lausanne 1007 Switzerland Contact: Hein Verbruggen President Tel: +41 (0) 21 612 30 70 Web: www.sportaccord.com

WCF (World Curling Federation) 74, Tay Street Perth PH2 8NP SCOTLAND Contact: Kate Caithness President Tel: +44 17 3845 1630 Web: www.worldcurling.org

WFSGI (World Federation of Sporting Goods Industry) Obere Zollgasse 75 P.O. Box 1664 3072 Ostermundigen/Bern Switzerland Contact: Motoi Oyama President Tel: +41 31 939 60 61 Web: www.wfsgi.org

CIES 60, 133, 134 Mike Burton Sports Travel 105, 117, 147 Sail Royal Greenwich 126 World Sport Group 98

USIP (Union Sportive Internationale des Polices / International Union of Police Sports) Wał Miedzeszynski 389a St Warsaw 03-975 Poland Contact: Sheikh Ahmad Nawaf AL-Ahmed AL-Sabah President Tel: +48 22 616 1233 Web: www.usip.org.pl

WADA (World Anti-Doping Agency) Stock Exchange Tower, 800 Place Victoria (Suite 1700) Montreal (Quebec) H4Z 1B7 Canada Contact: John Fahey President Tel: +1 514 904 9232 Web: www.wada-ama.org

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europe UEFA (Union of European Football Associations) Route de Genève 46 Case postale Nyon CH-1260 Switzerland Contact: Michel Platini President Tel: 41 848 00 2727 Web: www.uefa.com

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ECA (European Club Association) Route de St-Cergue 9 Nyon CH-1260 Switzerland Contact: Karl-Heinz Rummenigge Chairman Web: www.ecaeurope.com

EOC (European Olympic Committees) Palazzina CONI “Villino Giulio Onesti” Via della Pallacanestro Rome 19 - 00135 Italy Contact: Patrick Hickey President Tel: +39 063 685 7828 /7619 Web: www.eurolympic.org/

EHF (European Handball Federation) Hoffingergasse 18 Vienna 1120 Austria Contact: Tor Lian President Tel: +43-1-80 151 /0 Web: www.eurohandball.com

European Cycling Union (UEC) 1, Andrzeja Street Pruszkow PL-05-800 Contact: Wojciech Walkiewicz President Tel: (+48-22) 430 34 02 Web: http://uec-federation.eu

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ENGSO (European NonGovernmental Sports Organisation) Radiokatu 20 Helsinki FI-00093 SLU Finland Contact: Birgitta Kervinen President Tel: +358 9 3481 2500 Web: www.engso.eu

EAA (European Athletics) European Athletic Association Avenue Louis-Ruchonnet 18 Lausanne 1003 Switzerland Contact: Christian Milz Director General Tel: +41 21 313 4350 Web: www.european-athletics.org

EPC (European Paralympic Committee) Opernring 1  Stiege E / 2. Stock / Top 222-227  1010 Vienna  Austria Contact: Saskia Kanfer Office Manager Tel: +43 1890 067 610 Web: www.europaralympic.org

FIBA Europe Ismaninger Str. 21 Munich 81675 Germany Contact: Olafur Rafnsson President Tel: +49 89 780 6080 Web: www.fibaeurope.com


Tennis Europe Zur Gempenfluh 36 Basel 4059 Switzerland Contact: Olli Mäenpää CEO Tel: +41 61 335 9040 Web: www.tenniseurope.org

EBU (European Broadcasting Union) L’Ancienne-Route 17A Grand-Saconnex Switzerland 1218 Contact: Jean-Paul Philippot President Tel: +41 22 717 2111 Web: www.ebu.ch

European Commission - Sport Rue de la Loi 200 Brussels B-1049 Belgium Contact: Androulla Vassiliou Commissioner Web: ec.europa.eu/sport

LEN (Ligue Européenne de Natation - European Swimming League) 74 Grand-Rue L-1660 Luxembourg Contact: Nory Kruchten President Tel: +352 27 44 91 64 Web: www.len.eu

EUROSAF (European Sailing Federation)

European Union of Gymnastics (UEG) Avenue de Rhodanie 2 P.O. Box 188 1000 Lausanne 6 Switzerland Contact: Georges Guelzec President Tel: +41 216 137 332 Web: www.ueg.org

European Squash Federation The Firs Barston Lane Barston Solihull West Midlands B92 0JP England  Contact: Hugo Hannes President Tel: +44 1675 443922 Web: www.europeansquash.com

CIES 60, 133, 134 European Swimming Federation 195 Eurosport 96, 142, 164-167, 168, 170, 171, 198, 207, 212 Mike Burton Sports Travel 105, 117, 147 Museos Deportivos 6, 101, 147, 192, 233-235 Sail Royal Greenwich 126 wTVision 162, 182-185, 220

Contact: Marco Predieri President Web: www.eurosaf.org

EGA (European Golf Association) Place de la Croix-Blanche 19 Epalinges CH-1066 Contact: Antti Peltoniemi President Tel: Tel +41 217 857 060 Web: www.ega-golf.ch

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asia

Total Sports Asia Fifteen years of success and tremendous growth has firmly established Total Sports Asia (TSA) as Asia’s global leading independent sports marketing agency. We have regional offices in major markets such as – Kuala Lumpur, Beijing, Mumbai and Delhi. TSA is a fully integrated sports marketing company offering media rights distribution, production, events management, sponsorship and consultancy services to our clients. Our strength lies in creating innovative ways to bring sports properties closer to the fans and consumers while generating maximum exposure and demand for our clients’ brands. For more information please visit www.totalsportsasia.com

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Total Sports Asia Level 20-1, CP Tower, 11, Jalan 16/11, 46350, Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia Contact: Marcus Luer Group CEO e. marcus@totalsportsasia.com t. +603 76609611 f. +603 76609622


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Total Sports Asia (TSA), Asia’s global leader in sports content and branding solutions agency We are passionate about what we do and our mission is to enrich people’s lives through sports and entertainment. Fifteen years of success and tremendous growth has firmly established Total Sports Asia (TSA) as Asia’s global leading independent sports marketing agency. We have set up regional offices in major markets such as Kuala Lumpur, Beijing (Greater China), and Mumbai & Delhi (India-Sub). TSA has one of the most experienced management teams in the region. We have the advantage of bringing both top local and international talents together to service our wide range of clients. Our intimate knowledge and understanding of Asia’s diverse business cultures has earned us global recognition for our expertise in building, developing and marketing sports brands across the world. We are a fully integrated sports marketing company offering media rights distribution, production, events management, sponsorship and consultancy services to our clients. We work with Asian and international rights holders, corporations, government bodies, advertising agencies, sports federations and media platform owners. Our strength lies in creating innovative ways to bring sports properties closer to the fans and consumers while generating maximum exposure and demand for our clients’ brands. Taking sports television to new heights Our media department has been at the forefront of sporting content distribution in the region since 1997. We have taken sports properties to previously unexplored territories and have diversified their distribution beyond the traditional terrestrial and cable/satellite TV coverage into new platforms like IPTV, mobile, broadband, social networks, VOD, PPV, DMB and DVB-H. We have grown sports properties with a small Asian presence and minimal revenue streams into major players with multi-million dollar contracts across Asia. We pride ourselves in going beyond the traditional sales agency approach and delivering a “brand building” service to our clients.

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Some of Total Sports Asia’s partners over the years have included: zz US Open Tennis (USTA) zz BWF Badminton Federation major events and the Super Series zz All ITTF Table Tennis events zz AIBA World Championship Boxing as well as the World Series of Boxing zz World Wrestling Entertainment Inc (WWE™) zz PSA, WSF & WISPA Squash zz Barclays English Premier League zz Real Madrid, Everton, Aston Villa, Tottenham TV zz French Football Ligue 1 zz The Copa America zz The Copa Libertadores and Copa Sudamericana zz Football World Cup Qualifiers for Brazil, Argentina, Italy and Spain amongst many others zz UFC, One FC and M1 Mixed Martial Arts zz World Championship Boxing from HBO and Don King zz The World Games zz Formula One, Superbikes and MotoGP zz Golf majors and Pre-Olympic programming Producing worldwide We have over a decade of experience in Sports, News and Entertainment production. From creative concepts and formats to Live Outside Broadcasts, we provide the full turnkey solution you’re looking for across the globe. Working with Broadcasters, Rights Holders, International Governing Bodies and Sponsors we have been responsible for the production and distribution of thousands of hours of Program Content. World and Unilateral Live Feeds, Original programming, Highlights and News are delivered globally every day. With real “hands on” experience from countless World and International Championships, Olympic Games, Festivals, Concerts and we know all there is


about live events. But we are equally at home on the studio floor producing magazine and chat shows, reality TV talent shows and customized sponsored programming. We offer a professional and world class service. We offer a wide variety of services: Outside Broadcast Production and Management TV Facilities and Crewing Satellite Uplink , Distribution and Coordination Unilateral feeds and play outs Specialist Live Event Scoring and Managements systems z Live TV Graphics, Virtual Advertising, Statistics and Scoring solutions z Web Streaming production and delivery z Original Content concept and realization z Commissioned customized Archive programming z Promotional, Corporate and Commercial production z Sports Presentation and On Ground programming z New Media and data content delivery solutions z Location and Production Management z z z z z

driving higher roi wiTh pArTnerShipS Partnerships are the most effective way for brands to create an emotional link with their target markets leading to increased brand loyalty and sales. TSA has the marketing expertise and global contacts with rights holders to advise brands on the right fit to achieve their business objectives. This unique capability serves both rights holders and brands alike, providing the best outcome for both buyer and seller. We specialize in the following types of Partnerships: z Sponsorship – Long-term association with the world’s leading sports, teams and events provides a low-risk opportunity for brands to create a strategic association with a targeted audience and improve business objectives throughout the term. z Promotional Licensing – Short-term engagements with high profile rights holders offer a unique ability to create tactical campaigns, generating positive outcomes quickly. z Product Endorsement – Statistics show that consumers are generally less trusting of an advertisement when the message is delivered by the brand itself. Through engaging popular celebrities, a brand can utilize them as influencers on their target audience, thereby creating trust and acceptance by consumers.

Our partnerships division has worked with a number of international and Asian blue chip clients including Big Cola, Allianz, Axiata, One Sports, Courts, Nirmal Lifestyle, Honda, LG, Coca Cola, Red Bull Thailand, Telekom Malaysia and many more. We also represent major international rights holders for sponsorship/ licensing opportunities including the England FA, Premier League and Formula 1 teams. ACTivATion/evenTS Our experienced Activation and Events team have created excitement for brands across Asia and the world. From creating our own ticketed events to running specialized activations for brands, TSA’s team has one mandate—maximize results! Brands that generate the most value out of Partnerships all agree that the most important element in this process is Activation. Whether if a global brand who is already engaged in a sponsorship or a local brand looking to get in touch with its consumer base, TSA’s Activation and Events team will create a logical and effective link between the brand and its target market. Thorough understanding of how to execute events to generate specific results required by each brand is our competitive edge. TSA is recognized as Asia’s global leader in sports content and branding solutions agency. For more information please visit www.totalsportsasia.com

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asia Olympic Council of Asia

Asian Squash Federation

P.O. Box 6706 Hawalli  32042 Kuwait Contact: Sheikh Ahmad Al-Fahad Al-Sabah President Tel: +965 25734972 Web: www.ocasia.org

National Squash Centre National Sports Complex Bukit Jalil Sri Petaling Kuala Lumpur 57000 Malaysia Contact: Dato’ A Sani Karim President Tel: +603 8996 3964 Web: www.asiansquash.com

Guangzhou Asian Games Organising Committee 299 Tianhe Road Tianhe District Guangzhou 510620  PR China Contact: Peng Liu President Tel: +86 20 38005900 Web: www.gz2010.cn/en/

AFC AFC House Jalan 1/155B Bukit Jalil Kuala Lumpur 57000 Malaysia Contact: Zhang Jilong Senior Vice-President Tel: +603 8994 3388 Web: www.the-afc.com

Asian Table Tennis Union Room 602, NO.6 Zuo An Men Nei Ave Dong Cheng Dist. Beijing 100061 China Contact: Zhenhua Cai President Tel: +86 10 6718 6928 Web: www.attu.org

Asian Equestrian Federation Room 603, Olympic Center, Oryun-Dong Songpa-Ku Seoul 138749 South Korea Contact: Douk-Kee Ahn President Tel: +822 422 7563

Badminton Asia Confederation (BAC)

Asian Pacific Golf Confederation

Stadium Badminton Kuala Lumpur Batu 3 1/2 Mile Jalan Cheras Kuala Lumpur 56000 Malaysia Contact: Katsuto Momii President Tel: +60 3 9284 5421 Web: www.badmintonasia.org

Level 3, 95 Coventry Street South Melbourne Victoria 3205 Australia Contact: Kwang Soo Hur President Tel: +61 3 9626 5050 Web: wwwasiapacificgolf confederation.com

Asian Tennis Federation (Atf)

Asian Racing Federation

R.K. Khanna Tennis Stadium No. 1, Afric Avenue Safdarjung Enclave New Delhi 110029 India Contact: Anil Kumar Khanna President Tel: +91 11 2617 6258 Web: www.asiantennis.com

7/51 Druitt Street Sydney NSW 2000 Australia Contact: Andrew Harding Secretariat Tel: +61 2 9551 7700 Web: www.asianracing.org

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Asian-Pacific Broadcasting Union PO Box 12287, Kuala Lumpur 50772 Malaysia Contact: Javad Mottaghi Secretary-General Tel: +60 3 2282 3592 Web: www.abu.org.my

Total Sports Asia 97, 208, 213, 228-231 Two up Front 57 Velocity Brand Management 63, 66-69, 70, 98 World Sport Group 98


ARGENTINA

ARGENTINA

museos Deportivos International experience in desing, development & management of sports museums and huge shows. Leaders in South America in innovation and creativity. We developed Boca Juniors and River Plate interactive museums, as well as CONMEBOL´s Museum. We run the opening ceremonies of 2001 FIFA World Cup Sub20, 2002 Volley World Cup, & 2010 Teatro Colon reopening.

Virrey Olaguer y Felliu 2462 Piso 6 C1426EBB Ciudad de Buenos Aires Argentina Contact: Nicolás López Fagúndez e. alopez@museosdeportivos.com t. +5411-4780-4597 / 4782-8621 w. www.museosdeportivos.com

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BuiLDing uniQue eXPerienCes// DeVeLoPing Businesses// CreAting eVents// In line with current communication trends, we create, design and produce projects related to the entertainment market. They are mainly based on theme concepts designed for a discerning and constantly evolving globalized audience. We have a broad experience in planning and developing each stage of the process: business plan, design, content creation, building, start-up and running of museums and entertainment attractions, as well as the production of events and exhibitions. Just a few years after its foundation in 1998, Museos Deportivos became the entertainment market leader in South America in the field of sports, culture and tourism. Our team of creative designers and technicians imagine and produce one-of-a-kind experiences for each project. We believe this is the key to achieve a strong effect on visitors’ emotions and future recollections.

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Our company is renowned as well for its ability to bring projects to an attainable and sustainable reality. Our management team has participated in developments for the entertainment and real estate business, with investments over 50 million dollars. We are proud developers of Boca Juniors, River Plate and CSF (Confederación Sudamericana de Fútbol) Museums. Our clients list includes Bovis Lend Lease, DirecTV, Ernst & Young, Fox Sports, Golf Channel, Nike, Nissan, Pepsi, Samsung, Sky, Telefónica, Torneos y Competencias, Toyota, Young & Rubicam, among others. We have joined them to create and develop profitable businesses and unforgettable attractions. Business mAnAgement

Made-to-measure services. Entertainment construction projects. Organization of mega-events. We offer customized solutions, which include a wide


range of services at different scales, either to develop entertainment construction projects or to organize mega-events. We join our client to set its strategic objectives and throughout the project process as well; i.e, from a feasibility study and searching for investors up to the job instruction training and opening date. Our services are aimed at identifying opportunities, developing high-profit business models, setting financing and marketing systems, designing, building and managing the project day-to-day operations. Content Design

We create contents that surprise, thrill and inspire unforgettable experiences. Our professionals create a countless number of images and sensations for each project, using all sorts of expressive resources that give rise to unforgettable memories. Following the most advanced international design and creativity trends, we use scenic and audio visual resources to generate a story charged with emotions. In this way, attending an event or visiting a museum means an unforgettable experience whereby each visitor plays a key and active role within such story. Through the years, we have established a network of associated professionals and providers, who interpret and carryout our designers’ conceptions,

on the basis of precise budgets and controlled costs. Design / Architecture Architecture and design form a sole unit in our proposals. Such unit is based on a leading idea that joins both the environment’s physical and programmatic components. At the same time, it focuses on the main theme concept and the most attractive content for each project involved. We have a solid background that covers different types of spaces, buildings, premises and urban complexes. Tourism We have developed different tourist-oriented products. Far from the ordinary concepts, they emphasize “the experience” and its related emotions. Through La Boca Tour and Seefootball, our tour packages, we took more than 500,000 visitors to La Boca neighbourhood and the main football venues in the City of Buenos Aires, where Boca Juniors, River Plate and the National Team play their home games. Merchandising We manage the Club Atlético Boca Juniors’ official merchandising store (Boca Shop) at the Stadium and are working on a project to open some other points of sale in airports and the city harbour, through an agreement with the company that licenses Boca Products.

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ARGENTINA Comité Olímpico Argentino Juncal No 1662 C1062ABV Ciudad Autonoma de Buenos Aires Contact: Alicia Masoni De Morea President Tel: +54 11 4879 1700 Web: www.coarg.org.ar Asociación del Fútbol Argentino 1366 Viamonte Street (C1053ACB) Buenos Aires City Contact: Julio H. Grondona President Tel: +54 4370 7900 Web: www.afa.org.ar Unión Argentina de Rugby Reconquista 150 - 3º Piso Buenos Aires 1003 Contact: Luis Francisco Castillo President Tel: +54 11 4515 3500 Web: www.uar.com.ar Asociacion Argentina de Tenis Maipu 471 - 3er piso Buenos Aires 1376 Contact: Enrique Morea President Tel: +54 11 5277 6300 Web: www.aat.com.ar Confederación Argentina de Atletismo Raul Tacca 707 Santa Fe 3000 Contact: Juan Alberto Scarpin President Tel: +54 34 2458 3988 Web: www.cada-atletismo.org Asociacion Argentina de Polo Arévalo 3065 Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires Capital Federal Contact: Luis Lalor President Tel: +54 11 4777 8005 Web: www.aapolo.com

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Automóvil Club Argentino Avenida Del Libertador 1850 4° Buenos Aires C1425AAR Contact: Jorge Rosales President Tel: +54 11 4808 4371 Web: www.aca.org.ar Canal 7 Argentina Av Figueroa Alcorta 2977 Buenos Aires 1025 Contact: Carlos Asnaghi Sports Manager Tel: +54 911 6540 4000 Web: www.tvpublica.com.ar ESPN SUR SRL Maipu 939 Buenos Aires 1006 Contact: Federico Reyna Sr Director Programming Tel: +54 11 5031 0800 Web: www.espn.com.ar River Plate (Estadio Monumental Antonio Vespucio Liberti) Av. Pte. Figueroa Alcorta 7597 Buenos Aires 1428 Matías Almeyda Manager Tel: +54 11 4789 1200 Web: www.cariverplate.com Vélez Sársfield Av. Juan B. Justo 9200 Buenos Aires 1408 Tel: +54 11 4641 5663 Ricardo Gareca Manager Web: www.velezsarsfield.com.ar

Applied Image Recognition 82 CIES 60, 133, 134 Crystal CG72, 210 Definitive Events 90, 141 Eurosport 96, 142, 164-167, 168, 170, 171, 198, 207, 212 Mike Burton Sports Travel 105, 117, 147 Sail Royal Greenwich 126 SIS Live 220 SportsMark Europe 97, 126, 149 Whole Nine Yards Productions Limited 63, 151


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AUSTRALIA AUSTRALIA

Australian Olympic Committee PO Box 312 St Leonards NSW 1590 Contact: John D Coates President Tel: +61 2 8436 2100 Web: www.olympics.com.au

Australian Sports Commission PO Box 176 Belconnen ACT 2617 Contact: Simon Hollingsworth CEO Tel: +61 2 6214 1111 Web: www.ausport.gov.au

Swimming Australia Unit. 12 7 Beissel St Belconnen ACT PO Box 3286 Belconnen ACT 2617 Contact: David Urquhart President Tel: +61 2 6219 5600 Web: www.swimming.org.au

Athletics Australia Fawkner Towers, Suite 22 431 St Kilda Road Melbourne Contact: Robin Fildes President Tel: +61 3 9820 3511 Web: www.athletics.com.au

Cricket Australia 60 Jolimont Street Jolimont VIC 3002 Contact: Wally Edwards Chairman Tel: +61 3 9653 9999 Web: www.cricket.com.au

Rugby Australia (Australian Rugby Union) Ground Floor, 29 - 57 Christie Street Contact: Paul McLean President Tel: +61 2 8005 5555 Web: www.rugby.com.au

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Tennis Australia

Yachting Australia

Private Bag 6060 Richmond South Melbourne VIC 3121 Contact: Stephen Healy President Tel: +61 3 9914 4000 Web: www.tennis.com.au

Locked Bag 806 Milsons Point NSW 2061 Contact: David Gotze President Tel: +61 2 8424 7400 Web: www.yachting.org.au

Confederation of Australian Motor Sport

Brisbane QLD 4072 Contact: Tim Brailsford Executive Dean, Faculty of Business, Economics and Law Tel: +61 7 3365 6204 Web: www.uq.edu.au/bel

851 Dandenong Road Malvern East VIC 3145 Contact: Andrew Papadopoulos President Tel: +61 13 0088 3959 Mob: :+61 418 247 494 Web: www.cams.com.au

Football Australia Level 22 1 Oxford Street Locked bag A4071 (Sydney South NSW 1235) Darlinghurst NSW 1235 Contact: Frank Lowy President Tel: +61 2 8020 4000 Web: www.footballaustralia.com.au

Aussie Rules International PO Box 35 World Trade Centre Melbourne VIC 8005 Contact: Brian Clarke General Manager Web: www.aussierulesinternational.com

University of Queensland

Monash University Monash University Contact: Rae Frances Dean of Faculty of Arts Tel: +61 3 9905 2107 Web: www.arts.monash.edu.au

ABC (Granstand Sport) ABC Ultimo Centre 700 Harris Street Ultimo NSW 2007 Tel: +61 2 8333 1500 Web: www.abc.net.au/sport

Fox Sports Australia 235 Pyrmont Street Pyrmont NSW 2009 Contact: David Malone CEO Tel: +61 2 9552 4547 Web: www.foxsports.com.au


Network Ten 1 Saunders St Pyrmont NSW 2009 Contact: Jarrod Frykbert Company Director Tel: +61 2 9650 1010 Web: www.ten.com.au

SBS (Sport) Locked Bag 028 Contact: Shaun Brown Managing Director Tel: +61 2 9430 2828 Web: www.sbs.com.au/sport

Sport and Recreation Services (Capital Country) Level 8, Macarthur House 12 Wattle Street Lyneham ACT 2602 Contact: Sue Marriage Director Tel: +61 2 6207 2111 Web: www.tams.act.gov.au/play/ sport_and_recreation

NSW Sport and Recreation (New South Wales) Sport and Recreation, Office of Communities Level 3, 6 Figtree Drive Sydney Olympic Park Sydney NSW 2127 Contact: Graham Annesley MP, Minister of Sport and Recreation Tel: +61 2 9006 3700 Web: www.dsr.nsw.gov.au

Sport & Recreation Division (Northern Territory) Sports House Waratah Crescent Fannie Bay NT 0820 GPO Box 1448 Darwin NT 0801 Tel: +61 8 8982 2358 Web: www.sportandrecreation.nt.gov.au

Sport and Recreation Services (Queensland) 80 Albert Street, Brisbane Qld 4000 Contact: Phil Reeves MP, Minister for Child Safety and Sport Tel: +61 7 3237 0098 Web: www.sportrec.qld.gov.au

Office for Recreation and Sport (Southern Australia) 27 Valetta Road SA 5025 Contact: Paul Anderson Executive Director Tel: +61 8 7424 7677 Web: www.recsport.sa.gov.au

Sport and Recreation (Victoria)

Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit Australian Grand Prix Corporation 220 Albert Road South Melbourne VIC 3205 Contact: Lydia Zlobez Corporate Sales Manager Tel: +61 3 9258 7100 Web: www.grandprix.com.au

1 Spring Street Melbourne VIC 3000 Contact: James Merlino MP, Minister for Sport, Recreation and Youth Affairs Tel: +61 3 9208 3333 Web: www.sport.vic.gov.au

Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre

Department of Sport and Recreation (Western Australia)

c/o Melbourne Cricket Club PO Box 175 East Melbourne VIC 8002 Contact: John Wylie Chairman Tel: +61 3 9657 8888 Web: www.mcg.org.au

246 Vincent Street Leederville WA 6007 Contact: Terry Waldron MP, Minister for Sport and Recreation, Racing and Gaming Tel: +61 8 9492 9700 Web: www.dsr.wa.gov.au

Box 1, Aughtie Drive VIC 3206 Tel: +61 3 9926 1555 Web: www.msac.com.au

Melbourne Cricket Ground

Allphones Arena Olympic Boulevard

Calder Park Raceway (Australian Sydney Olympic Park Motorsport Club Ltd) Sydney 1 Holden Rd Diggers Rest VIC 3427 Contact: Ian MacArthur General Manager Tel: +61 3 8679 9800 Web: www.calderpark.com.au

Melbourne Racing Club (Horseracing) Gate 22, Station Street VIC 3162 Contact: Mike Symons Chairman Tel: +61 3 9257 7200 Web: www.melbourneracingclub. net.au

Melbourne Olympic Parks (Rod Laver Arena -Tennis) Batman Ave PO Box 4611 Melbourne VIC 3001 Tel: +61 3 9286 1600 Web: www.mopt.vic.gov.au

NSW 2127 Contact: Charles Chung Managing Director Tel: +61 2 8765 4321 Web: www.allphonesarena.com.au

NSW Tennis Centre Rod Laver Drive Sydney Olympic Park Sydney NSW 2127 Contact: Harry Beck President Tel: +61 2 9024 7600 Web: www.tennis.com.au/nsw

Rosehill Gardens Racecourse (Sydney Turf Club) Canterbury Park Racecourse King Street Canterbury NSW 2193 Contact: Bill Picken Chairman Tel: +61 2 9930 4000 Web: www.stc.com.au

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AUSTRALIA Stadium Australia (ANZ Stadium) Sydney Olympic Park Locked Bag 1999 Sydney Olympic Park Sydney NSW 2127 Contact: Daryl Kerry Director Tel: +61 2 8765 2000 Web: www.anzstadium.com.au

State Sports Centre

Cnr Showground Road and Murray Rose Avenue Sydney Olympic Park Sydney NSW 2127 Contact: Alan Marsh CEO Tel: +61 2 9714 7888 Web: www.sydneyolympicpark.com.au

Sydney Olympic Park Sports Centre Olympic Boulevard Sydney NSW 2127 Contact: Alan Marsh CEO Tel: +61 2 9763 0111 Web: www.sports-centre.com.au

Sydney Olypimc Park Athletic Centre

Sydney Cricket Ground

Sydney Showground (Homebush Bay)

Moore Park Road PO Box 150 Sydney NSW 2001 Contact: Jamie Barkley CEO Tel: +61 2 9360 6601 Web: www.scgt.nsw.gov.au

Sydney Football Stadium Moore Park Road PO Box 150 Sydney NSW 2001 Contact: Jamie Barkley CEO Tel: +61 2 9360 6601 Web: www.scgt.nsw.gov.au

Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre Olympic Boulevard NSW 2127 Contact: Kendra Osborn Health and Fitness Supervisor Tel: +61 2 9752 3666 Web: www.aquaticcentre.com.au

Sydney International Equestrian Centre Saxony Road NSW 2175 Tel: +61 2 9620 2698 Web: www.equestriancentre.nsw. gov.au

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Edwin Flack Avenue Sydney Olympic Park Sydney NSW 2127 Tel: +61 2 9752 3444 Web: www.athleticcentre.com.au

1 Showground Road Sydney Olympic Park Sydney NSW 2127 Contact: Jimmy Busteed Senior Manager Business Development Tel: +61 2 9704 1111 Web: www.sydneyshowground.com.au

Unique Venues of London 128, 130, 139 Velocity Brand Management 63, 66-69, 70, 98


AUSTRIA Bundesministerium für Landesverteidigung und Sport, Sektion V Spor Haus des Sports Prinz-Eugen-Straße 12 Wien 1040 Contact: Nobert Darabos Sport Minister Tel: +43 1 501 995 211 Web: www.sportministerium.at

AUSTRIA

Österreichisches Olympisches Comité Waldstraße 14 Oberwaltersdorf 2522 Contact: Karl Stoss President Tel: +43 2 2535 8168 Web: www.oeoc.at

Österreichischer Fussball-Bund Ernst-Happel-Stadion - Sektor A/F Meiereistraße 7 Wien 1020 Contact: Leo Windtner President Tel: +43 1 727 180 Web: www.oefb.at

Österreichischer Tennisverband Eisgrubengasse 2 - 6 Contact: Ernst Wolner President Tel: +43 1 8654 5060 Web: www.asn.or.at

Österreichischer Radsport Verband Hasenleitengasse 73 Contact: Otto Flum President Tel: +43 1 768 1691 Web: www.radsportverband.at

Österreichischer Automobil-, Motorrad- und Touring Club Österreichischer Leichtathletik- (ÖAMTC) Verband Schubertring 1-3 Haus des Sports Prinz-Eugen-Straße 12 Wien 1040 Contact: Johann Gloggnitzer President Tel: +43 1 505 7350 Web: www.oelv.at

Österreichischer Handballbund Hauslabgasse 24a Wien 1050 Contact: Gerhard Hofbauer President Tel: +43 1 544 4379 Web: www.oehb.at

Red Bull Arena Stadionstraße 2 Wals-Siezenheim 5071 Contact: Hofrat Alfred Denk Director Tel: +43 6 6243 3332 Web: redbulls.com/soccer/salzburg

Kitzbühel - Hahnenkamm (Skiing)

Wien 1010 Contact: Werner Kraus President Tel: +43 1 711 990 Web: www.oeamtc.at

Kitzbüheler Ski Club Hinterstadt 4 Kitzbühel 6370 Gunther Hujara Director Tel: +43 5 356 623 010 Web: www.hahnenkamm.com

Österreichischer Skiverband

Eisarena Salzburg

Olympiastrasse 10 Innsbruck 6010 Contact: Peter Schröcksnadel President Tel: +43 5 1233 5010 Web: www.oesv.at

Hermann Bahr-Promenade 2 Contact: Herbert Pilz Tel: +43 6 628 072 4311 Web: redbulls.com/icehockey

Eurosport 96, 142, 164-167, 168, 170, 171, 198, 207, 212

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BAHRAIN Bahrain Olympic Committeee Building no. 154 Avenue no. 66. Bilad Al Qadeem 362 Manama P.O. Box 26406 Contact: HH Sheikh Nasser Bin Hamad Al Khalifa President Tel: +973 1782 1200

BAHRAIN

General Organisation for Youth and Sport P.O.Box 253 Manama Tel: +973 1772 5500 Web: www.goys.gov.bh

Bahrain Athletics Association Bahrain National Stadium, ISA TWON Manama PO Box 29269 Contact: Talal Al Khalifa President Tel: +973 1768 4905 Web: www.bahrainathletics.com

Bahrain Badminton & Squash Federation Manama PO Pox 26902 Contact: Shk. Mohammed Bin A. Rahman Suhail Abdulhameed Secretary general Tel: +973 1729 2662

Bahrain Football Association Bahrain National Stadium Manama P.O. Box 5464 Contact: Shk. Salman Bin Ibrahim Al-Khalifa President Tel: +973 1768 9569 Web: www.bahrainfootball.org

Bahrain Motor Federation Manama P.O. Box 54336 Contact: Sheikh Abdulla Bin Isa Al-Khalifa President Tel: +973 1740 6333 Web: www.bmf.com.bh

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Bahrain Tennis Federation Manama PO BOX 26985 Contact: Shaikh Ahmed Al Khalifa President Tel: +973 687 236 Web: www.bahraintennis.com

Bahrain International Circuit Sakhir P.O.Box 26381 Tel: +973 1745 0000 Web: www.bic.com.bh

Bahrain Radio & TV Corporation (BRTC) PO Box 1075 Manama Contact: Fawzia Zainal Head of Programmes Tel: +973 871 111 Web: www.bahraintv.com (Under Renovation)

Orbit Satellite Television and Radio Network PO Box 18487 Manama Contact: Samir Abdulhadi President and CEO Tel: +973 17681147 Web: www.orbit.net

Middle East North Africa Telecom (MENA) NBB Tower, Government Avenue PO Box 3173 Manama Contact: Roy Sutton CEO Tel: +973 7706 0000 Web: www.menatelecom.com

UM7 (Universal Media Seven) PO Box 5989 Manama Contact: Fady Kamal General Manager Tel: +973 1570 0777 Web: www.universalmena.com

Total Sports Asia 97, 208, 213, 228-231


BELGIUM Comité Olympique et Interfédéral Belgian Judo Federation Belge Lange Akker, 10 Avenue de Bouchout 9 Bruxelles 1020 Contact: Pierre-Olivier Beckers President Tel: +32 2 474 5150 Web: www.olympic.be

Union Royale Belge des Sociétés de Football-Association (Belgian Football Association) 145, Avenue Houba de Strooper Bruxelles 1020 Contact: Francois De Keersmaecker President Tel: +32 2 477 1211 Web: www.footbel.com

Fédération Royale Belge de Tennis (Royal Belgian Tennis Federation) Galerie de la Porte Louise 203 / 3 Bruxelles 1050 Contact: Jean-Paul Van Ussel President Tel: +32 2 548 0304 Web: www.rbtf.be

Ligue Royale Belge d’Athlétisme (Royal Belgian Athletics Federation) Stade Roi Baudouin Maison de l’Athlétisme Contact: Eddy De Vogelaer President Tel: +32 2 474 7213 Web: www.val.be

Fédération Royale Belge d’Aviron (Royal Belgian Rowing Federation) Kastanjestraat 5 De Pinte 9840 Contact: Georges Lambert President Tel: +32 9 270 3042 Web: www.rowing.be

Royale Ligue Vélocipédique Belge (Royal Belgian Cycling Federation) Avenue du Globe 49 Forest 1190 Contact: Laurent De Backer President Tel: +32 2 349 1911 Web: www.belgiancycling.be

Zele 9240 Contact: Jacques Martens President Tel: +32 5 245 6340

Jan Breydel Stadium Club Brugge Koninklijke Voetbalvereniging vzw Olympialaan 74 Brugge 8200 Contact: Bart Verhaeghe President Tel: +32 5 040 2121 Web: www.clubbrugge.be

Stade Roi Baudouin (Koning Boudewijn Stadion) Asbl Prosport Bruxelles Avenue de Marathon 135/2 Bruxelles 1020 Contact: Marc Vlaeminck Director Tel: +32 2 474 3940 Web: www.prosportevent.be

BELGIUM

Flanders Sports Arena Zuiderlaan 14 Gent 9000 Contact: Bruno De Wannemaeker President Tel: +32 9 244 7222 Web: www.topsporthal.be

Stade Maurice Dufrasne

Antwerps Sportpaleis / Lotto Arena

Rue de la Centrale 2 Liège 4000 Contact: Michel Bruyninckx Director Tel: +32 4 252 2122 Web: www.standard.be

Schijnpoortweg 119 Merksem 2170 Contact: Jan Vereecke Managing Director Tel: +32 3 400 40 40 Web: www.sportpaleis.be

County Hall Ethias De Liège

Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps

Rue Croix Limont, 7B 5590 Ciney Contact: Coduti Luigi Director Tel: +32 (0)83/22 03 62 Web: www.covadis.be

Route du Circuit, 55 Francorchamps 4970 Contact: Pierre-Alain Thibault Managing Director Tel: +32 8 729 3700 Web: www.spa-francorchamps.be

Grenslandhallen / Ethias Arena Gouverneur Verwilghensingel 70 Hasselt 3500 Contact: Pierre De Strycker General Manager Tel: +32 1 129 9499 Web: www.grenslandhallen.be

Eurosport 96, 142, 164-167, 168, 170, 171, 198, 207, 212 wTVision 162, 182-185, 220

Flanders Expo Maaltekouter 1 Gent 9051 Contact: Tuytschaever Veerle Exhibition coordinator Tel: +32 9 241 9211 Web: www.flandersexpo.be

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BRAZIL Ministério do Esporte Esplanada dos Ministérios, Bloco A Brasília 70054-906 Contact: JOSÉ ALDO REBELO FIGUEIREDO Minister Tel: +55 61 3217 1800 Web: portal.esporte.gov.br

BRAZIL

Comitê Olímpico Brasileiro Avenida das Americas 899 Barra da Tijuca Rio de Janeiro 22631-000 Contact: Nuzman Carlos Arthur President Tel: +55 21 3433 5777 Web: www.cob.org.br

Confederaçao Brasileira de Futebol Rua Victor Civita 66 Bloco 1, Edifício 5 Andar Barra da Tijuca Rio de Janeiro 22775-044 Contact: Ricardo Terra Teixeira President Tel: +55 21 3572 1900 Web: www.cbf.com.br

Confederação Brasileira de Basketball Avenida Rio Branco, 245/16º Andar Centro Rio de Janeiro 20040-009 Contact: Correa Nunes Carlos Boaventura President Tel: +55 21 2544 3193 Web: www.cbb.com.br

Confederação Brasileira de Voleibol Av. Ministro Salgado Filho, 7000 Barra Nova, Saquarema Rio de Janeiro Contact: Filho Ary Graça President Tel: +55 22 2655 6000 Web: www.cbv.com.br

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Confederacao Brasileira de Tenis Automóvel Clube do Brasil Av. Santos Dumont, 843 - Luz São Paulo 01101-000 Contact: Lacerda Jorge President Tel: +55 11 3313 8656 Web: www.cbtenis.com.br

Vd Paulina, 34 São Paulo 01501-020 Contact: Gusmão Ariel President Tel: +55 11 3104 3441

Confederação Brasileira de Atletismo

(Big Mineiro Stadium) ADEMG - Administraçao de Estadios do Estado de Minas Gerais Av Antônio Abrahão Caran, 1001 Belo Horizonte 31275-000 Contact: Natal José Eustáquio CEO

Avenida Rio Purus, 103 Conj. Vieiralves-Bairro N.Sra das Graças Manaus Contact: Gesta De Melo Roberto President Tel: +55 92 3182 3200 Web: www.cbat.org.br

Confederação Brasileira de Polo Al. Gabriel Monteiro da Silva, 479 São Paulo 0141-000 Contact: Claudemir Siquini President Tel: +55 11 3097 9007

Estádio Mineirão

Estádio Mané Garrincha Brasilia

Estádio Governador José Fragelli Av Agrícola Paes Barros Cuiaba 78030-210 Tel: +55 65 3637 3334


Arena da Baixada

Radio E Televisao Bandeirantes

Rua Petit Carneiro, 47 Água Verde Curitiba Contact: José Geara Gláucio President Tel: +55 41 2105.5600

R Carlos Cyrillo Jr 92 São Paulo 0561 4000 Contact: Carlos Gomez Sports Director Tel: +55 11 3131 1333 Web: www.band.com.br

Estádio Plácido Aderaldo Castelo Av Alberto Craveiro, 2901 Fortaleza 60860-000 Tel: +55 85 3101 2999

Estádio Vivaldo Lima Flores Manaus Arena das Dunas Natal

Universidade de São Paulo

Recife Estádio do Maracanã Rua Professor Eurico Rabelo Rio de Janeiro 20271-150 Contact: Kühner Coelho Diogo Sports Secretary Tel: +55 21 2568 9962 Web: www.suderj.rj.gov.br/ maracana.asp

Escola de Educação Física e Esporte - USP Av. Mello Moraes 65, Cidade Universitária São Paulo 05508-030 Contact: Tani Go Director Tel: +55 11 3091 3077 Web: www.usp.br

Estádio Fonte Nova

Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

R Piracicaba 175 São Paulo 1433000 Contact: German Hartenstein General Manager Tel: +55 11 3677 7550 Web: www.espn.com.br

Museos Deportivos 6, 101, 147, 192, 233-235 wTVision 162, 182-185, 220

Rede TV!

Arena Cidade da Copa

ESPN DO Brasil

Inter Sport Clube 175

Rua da Varzea 240 São Paulo 011 40080 Contact: Honorilton Costa CEO Tel: +55 11 2184 5453 Web: rederecord.r7.com

Av. Padre Cacique, 891 Porto Alegre 90810-240 Tel: +55 51 3230 4600 Web: www.internacional.com.br

Salvador Estádio do Morumbi Praça Roberto Gomes Pedrosa São Paulo Contact: Juvenal Juvencio President Web: www.saopaulofc.net

Definitive Events 90, 141

Radio E Televisao Record

Ac Presidente Kennedy 2869 SP Osasco 6298290 Contact: Jose Emilio Ambrosio General Manager Tel: +55 11 3306 1086 Web: www.redetv.com.br

Estádio Beira-Rio

CIES 60, 133, 134

Escola de Educação Física e Desportos - (EEFD) Avenida Carlos Chagas Filho, 540 Rio de Janeiro 21941-599 Contact: Ramos Waldyr Mendes Director Tel: +55 21 2562 6850 Web: www.eefd.ufrj.br

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CANADA Ministry of State (Sport)

CANADA

Room 207 Confederation House of Commons Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0A6 Contact: Bal Gosal Minister Tel: +1 613 996-1119

Sport Canada Canadian Heritage, Sport Canada 15 Eddy Street, 16th Floor Gatineau, Quebec K1A 0M5 Contact: James Moore Minister Tel: +1 819 997-0055 Web: www.pch.gc.ca

Canadian Sport Tourism Alliance 116 Lisgar Street, Suite 600 Ottawa, Ontario K2P 0C2 Contact: Grant MacDonald President Tel: +1 613 688-5843 Web: www.canadiansport tourism.com

Athletics Canada 2445 St Laurent Blvd Suite B1-110 Ottawa Contact: Gordon Orlikow Chairman Tel: +1 613 260-5580 Web: www.athleticscanada.com

Baseball Canada 2212 Gladwin Cres. Suite A7 Ottawa, ON K1B 5N1 Contact: Ray Carter President Tel: +1 613 748-5606 Web: www.baseball.ca

Canada Basketball 1 Westside Drive Suite 11 Toronto, ON M9C 1B2 Contact: Wayne Parrish President Tel: +1 416 614-8037 Web: www.basketball.ca

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Hockey Canada

Canadian Automobile Association

Father David Bauer Arena 2424 University Drive NW Calgary, Alberta T2N 3Y9 Contact: Bob Nicholson President/CEO Tel: +1 403 777-3636 Web: www.hockeycanada.ca

CAA National Office 1145 Hunt Club Road, suite 200 Ottawa, ON K1V 0Y3 Contact: David Armour President Web: www.caa.ca

1451 West Broadway Suite 202 Vancouver, BC V6H 1H6 Contact: Chris Robinson President Tel: +1 604 734-6800 Web: www.canadaskiand snowboard.net

181 Queen Street Ottawa, ON K1P 1K9 Contact: Kirstine Stewart executive vice president Web: www.cbc.ca/sports

CBC Television Canadian Snowsports Association Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

Canadian Soccer Association Place Soccer Canada 237 Metcalfe Street Ottawa, ON K2P 1R2 Contact: Dominique Maestracci President Tel: +1 613 237-7678 Web: www.canadasoccer.com

Société Radio-Canada C.P. 6000 succ. centre-ville Montréal (Québec) H3C 3A8 Tel: +1 514 597-6000 Web: www.radio-canada.ca/sports

The Sports Network (TSN) CTVglobemedia Inc 299 Queen St. West Toronto, ON M5V 2Z5 Contact: Bonnie Brownlee Senior Vice-President, Corporate Communications Tel: +1 416 384-8000 Web: www.tsn.ca


RDS – Le Réseau des Sports 1755, Boul. René-Lévesque Est Bureau 300 Montréal (Québec) H2K 4P6 Contact: Patrick Roy Editor-in-Chief Tel: +1 514-350-0000 Web: www.rds.ca

Rogers Sportsnet One Mount Pleasant Rd. Toronto, ON M4Y 3A1 Tel: +1 888 451-6363 Web: www.sportsnet.ca

Scire Media Inc 370 King St. West Suite 435 PO Box 10 Toronto, ON M5V 1J9 Contact: John Levy President & CEO of Score Media Tel: +1 604 257-8427 Web: www.thescore.com

CTV Globemedia CTVglobemedia Inc 299 Queen St. West Toronto, ON M5V 2Z5 Contact: Ivan Fecan President Tel: +1 416 384-8000 Web: www.ctvglobemedia.com

Circuit Gilles Villeneuve 222 Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve Parc Jean-Drapeau Montréal (Québec) H3C 6A1 Contact: Bruno Savard Operations Manager Tel: +1 514350-4731 Web: www.circuitgillesvilleneuve.ca

Canada Hockey Place (Ice Hockey) General Motors Place 800 Griffiths Way Vancouver, BC V6B 6G1 Contact: Claude Allain Vice-Chair Tel: +1 604-964-0040 Web: www.hockeycanada.ca

Vancouver Olympic/Paralympic Centre (Curling/Wheelchair Curling) 4575 Clancy Loranger Way Vancouver, BC Contact: Andrew Norrie Project Manager Tel: +1 604 257-8457 Web: www.vancouver.ca/parks/ info/2010olympics/hillcrest.htm

Richmond Olympic Oval (Speed Skating) 6111 River Road Richmond, BC V7C 0A2 Contact: Michael O’Brien Chair Tel: +1 778 296-1400 Web: www.richmondoval.ca

Cypress Mountain (Freestyle Pacific Coliseum (Figure Skating/ Skiing and Snowboard) Short Track Speed Skating) P.O. Box 91252 100 North Renfrew Street Vancouver, BC V5K 3N7 Tel: +1 604 251-7787

West Vancouver, B.C. V7V 3N9 Tel: +1 604 913-6712 Web: www.cypressmountain.com

UBC Thunderbird Arena (Ice Hockey/Ice Sledge Hockey) 6066 Thunderbird Blvd Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z3 Contact: Matthew Tan Marketing Director Tel: +1 604 822-3532 Web: www.icerink.ubc.ca

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The Whistler Sliding Centre (Bobsleigh, Luge and Skeleton) 4910 Glacier Lane Whistler, BC V0N 1B4 Contact: Craig Lehto Track Director, Centre Manager Tel: +1 604 402-1401 Web: www.whistlerslidingcentre.com

Whistler Creekside (Alpine Skiing) 4910 Glacier Lane V0N 1B4 Tel: +1 604-964-0060 Web: www.whistlerblackcomb.com

Whistler Olympic/Paralympic Park (Biathlon, Cross-country Skiing, Nordic Combined and Ski Jumping) 4910 Glacier Lane V0N 1B4 Tel: +1 604-964-0060 Web: www.whistlerolympicpark.com

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TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

Trinidad and Tobago is the true destination for hosting world-class sporting events. From the 2001 FIFA Under-17 World Cup to the 2007 ICC Cricket World Cup and the International Open Golf Championships, Trinidad and Tobago has hosted some of the world’s best mega events. After the play, turn up the music, share some eats and drink and generally ‘lime’ (hang-out) the day away. The sports calendar is packed with tournaments and meets throughout the year and there is always something for you.

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Contact: Manohar Ramsaran/ Brent Smith t: 001-868-675-7034 Ext:227,276 e: mramsaran@tdc.co.tt e: bsmith@tdc.co.tt www.gotrinidadandtobago.com Trinidad and Tobago Tourism Development Company Limited (TDC) Sport Tourism Department Level 1, Maritime Centre # 29 Tenth Avenue Barataria Republic of Trinidad and Tobago


TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

Trinidad and Tobago is a major destination for hosting world-class sporting events. From the 2001 FIFA Under-17 World Cup to the 2007 ICC Cricket World Cup and the International Open Golf Championships, Trinidad and Tobago has hosted some of the world’s best mega events. T&T with its accommodating appetite for sport is one of the Caribbean’s premier sport tourism destinations that offers a wide array of sporting facilities. If your game is football, cricket, golf, motor racing, cycling, adventure racing, power boat racing, basketball, kayaking or simply getting in shape at the gym, you need not skip a beat. Trinidad and Tobago has the facilities, the enthusiasts and the support to keep you right on track. The vast, natural diversity together with the great weather and friendly people all lend to the professional event support. There is a rich sporting heritage and legacy created by a number of sporting disciplines. The football premiers like Dwight Yorke at Manchester United, Kenwyne Jones at Stoke City, to the cricketing legends like Brian Lara and Kieron Pollard’s T20 smashers have placed T&T as the place to exhibit sports talented.

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International athletes, fans, friends and family, come to play and watch the games they love. Our hospitality, sport facilities and international hotels complement the best experience. Trinidad & Tobago is therefore at the heart of the world-class sporting destination. On the beach or down in a village, join in a small goal “fete´-match” , a quick game of windball cricket and while you’re playing, there’s action off the field with enthusiastic partying in the stands. The infrastructure offers five world class football stadia, ICC approved cricketing pitches, 18 hole golf courses spread on lush greens, hiking and trekking trails, kayaking on the open Caribbean Sea, yatching and sailing facilities, horse racing tracks and a wide host of other amenities. Sport Tourism can be seen on any recreation ground or open field, whether it’s in the evening or weekend. Sport enthusiasts are always engaged in some type of sporting activity, for sure, its football or cricket. After the play, turn up the music, share some eats and drink and generally ‘lime’ (hang-out) the day away. Trinidad and Tobago has its share of activities to please adrenalin junkies as well. The sports calendar is packed with tournaments and meets throughout the year and there is always something for you.


On the more serene side, there is Tobago with its worldclass diving location. For the golf enthusiast, two courses sculpted around lakes, woodland copses, beaches, mangroves and palm trees offer fantastic golfing. Sport tourists who are more adventuresome in mind, a range of outdoor activities, both land and sea based, which promise anything from a massive adrenaline rush to a gentle experience of communing with nature exists. The Main Ridge Forest reserve in Tobago is a long-time haven for hikers and bird watchers. Mountain biking and horseback riding are also increasing in popularity. Mt Irvine Beach magnetizes the surfing champs and offers many water sports including windsurfing, kayaking, water skiing, jet skiing and Hobie-cat sailing, as well as the new hypes like kite sailing, para sailing and wake boarding. For the adventurous, Tobago has developed its own brand of

sporting events. During the Easter period, you may witness or participate in the unique sports of goat and crab racing as only Tobago will offer. International Tennis courts are available at Shaw Park where the International Tennis Federation recently held its Under 14 Championships. For spectators, Tobago has a healthy year-long calendar of events. In April, Tobago hosts the Tobago Game Fishing Tournament. In May, scores of world-class yachts descend upon the island (many from Trinidad) for the Angostura Sailing Week. And in late summer, locals and visitors gear up for the Carib Great Race Powerboat challenge. There’s also the Tobago Cycling Classic in September which has gained the recognition by being broadcast on ESPN. So hop on the earliest flight out of Europe and join us here in Trinidad and Tobago for a blast of sporting fun.

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caribbean Jamaica (Ministry of Information, Culture, Youth & Sports) 58a Half Way Tree Road Jamaica W.I. Contact: Olivia Grange Minister Tel: +1 876-926-3740-6 Web: www.jis.gov.jm

caribbean

Jamaica Olympic Association Ltd 9 Cunningham Avenue Kingston 6 Contact: Jamaica W.I.Michael S Fennell President Tel: +1 876 927-3017 Web: www.jamolympic.org

Jamaica Football Federation Limited 20 St. Lucia Crescent Kingston 5 Jamaica W.I. Contact: Dale Spencer President Tel: +1 876 929-8036 Web: www.jamaicafootball federation.com

Jamaica Amateur Athletic Association Room 20, National Arena Independence Park, PO Box 272 Kingston 6 Jamaica W.I. Contact: Howard Aris President Tel: +1 876 929-6623 Web: www.jaaaltd.com

Barbados (Ministry of Youth, Family & Sports) Constitution Road St.Michael Barbados W.I. Contact: Esther R Byer-Suckoo Minister Tel: +1 246 430-2704 Web: www.mes.gov.bb

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The Barbados Olympic Association Inc.

Trinidad & Tobago (Ministry of Sport and Youth Affairs)

Olympic Centre, Garfield Sobers Sports Complex Wildey St.Michael Barbados W.I. Contact: Steve R Scoute S.C.M. President Tel: +1 246 429-1998 Web: www.olympic.org.bb

Issa Nicholas Building Corner Duke and Frederick Street Port of Spain Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, W.I. Contact: Gary Hunt Minister Tel: +1 868 625-8875

Barbados Football Association

P.O. Box 529 63 Dundonald Street Port of Spain Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, W.I. Contact: Michael Larry Romany President Tel: +1 868 625-1285

Richmond Welches St. Michael P.O. Box 1362 Bridgetown BB 11000 Barbados W.I. Contact: Ronald Jones President Tel: +1 246 228-1707 Web: www.barbadossoccer.com

Amateur Athletic Association of Barbados Worrell House White Park Road St.Michael Barbados W.I. Contact: Estherr Maynard President Tel: +1 246 427-4684

Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee

Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation P.O. Box 400 43 Dundonald Street Port of Spain Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, W.I. Contact: Oliver Camps President Tel: +1 868 623-7312


National Amateur Athletic Association Trinidad & Tobago P.O. Box 605 Port of Spain Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, W.I. Contact: Ephraim Serrette President Web: www.ttnaaa.org

The Antigua and Barbuda Olympic Association P.O. Box 3115 Redcliffe Street St John’s Antigua and Barbuda Contact: E.P. Chet Greene President Tel: +1 268 462-3476

Antigua/Barbuda Football Association P.O. Box 773 Suite #19, Vendors Mall St John’s Antigua and Barbuda Contact: Everton Gonsalves President Tel: +1 268 562-6012 Web: www.footballantigua.com

Dominican Republic (Ministry of Education, Human Resource Development, Youth Affairs and Sports) Information and Communication Technology Unit 2nd Floor, General Post Office Building, Dame Mary Eugenia Charles Boulevard Contact: Sonia Williams Minister

Comité Olímpico Dominicano Apartado postal 406, Ave. Pedro Henríquez Ureña 107 Sector la Esperille Santo Domingo Dominican Republic Contact: Luis Mejia Oviedo President Tel: +1 809 685-8187 Web: www.colimdo.org/

Guyana Olympic Association

Sabina Park (Jamaica)

P.O. Box 10133 Roxanne Burnham Gardens 138 Georgetown Guyana Contact: Luis MEJIA OVIEDO President Tel: +1 592 223-6376

Kingston, Surrey Jamaica Contact: Naraysingh Raam Operations & Facilities Manager Bourda Oval Georgetown Guyana

Guyana Football Federation

Providence Stadium

Lot 17 Dadanawa Street Section “K” Campbellville P.O. Box 10727 Georgetown Guyana Contact: Frankie Wilson President Tel: +1 592 227-8758 Web: www.guyanaff.com

Georgetown Guyana Sir Vivian Richards Stadium Saint John’s Antigua and Barbuda

CONCACAF 725 Fifth Avenue, Floor 17 New York, NY 10022 Contact: Jack Austin Warner President Web: www.concacaf.com

West Indies Cricket Board P.O. Box 616 W St. John’s Antigua Contact: Julian R Hunte President Web: www.windiescricket.com

Sir Frank Worrell Memorial Ground Saint Augustine Trinidad and Tobago

University of the West Indies Mona Campus Mona Jamaica W.I.  Contact: E. Nigel Harris Vice Chancellor Tel: +1 876 927 2406 Web: www.uwi.edu

CIES 60, 133, 134

Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation The Pine St.Michael Barbados W.I. Contact: Mark Seale Head of Sports Tel: +1 246 467-5400 Web: www.cbc.bb

Caribbean Media Corporation Contact: Kevin Pile Managing Editor (Sports) Tel: +1 246 467-1006 Web: www.cmccaribbean.com

Kensington Oval (Barbados) Bridgetown Barbados Contact: Prescod Diane Event Coordinator

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SEEKING A MARKET IN ASIA? The International Table Tennis Federation, in partnership with our marketing agency, TMS international, is without doubt one of the best sport mediums for companies to reach their consumers, especially in the Chinese and Asian markets. If companies are looking for greater brand exposure to reach possible customers in these territories, then there is almost no better advertising or sponsorship tool than table tennis. Table Tennis, an Olympic Sport, has long been recognized as being one of the sports with the highest participation rates in the world and in China it is known

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as the national sport. A strong worldwide television distribution of events, linked with the position it enjoys in China is second to none. According to studies completed in 2009; table tennis in China, in 2008, was the second most viewed sport on China Central Television’s premier sports channel CCTV 5 in 2008; 16% of consumption being for table tennis, greater than all other popular sports except basketball. (Figure 1). The International Table Tennis federation’s World Championships is the flagship event. It is held annually and alternates between team and individual events.


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The World Championships attract by far the greatest number of television viewers worldwide. In China the finals of the 2010 World Championships in Moscow alone attracted a viewership of over 100 million!. Additionally, there are table tennis events held throughout the year. The ITTF’s World Title events include: the Men’s World Cup and Women’s World Cup; singles tournaments with invitations being sent to the top16 players from around the world. Furthermore, there is the World Team Cup, a team invitation event for the top eight countries in the world. Meanwhile, the Pro Tour is of premier importance on the ITTF calendar, with open international tournaments being held throughout the world, It culminates in the leading players qualifying for the Grand Finals at the end of the year. Finally, the end of each year closes with the Tournament of Champions, an invitation event, where the champions from our four key events: the Olympic Games, the World Championships, the World Cup and the Pro Tour Finals compete against the four leading world ranked players at the time. Never, throughout the year does the action stop. Two further promotional events organized by the ITTF are China versus the World Team Challenge match and the Volkswagen Cup. The China versus the World Team Challenge match sees the leading male and female players from China face the leading players from the rest of the world; it is a challenge for the Rest of the World Team to beat the country that leads the world in the sport of table tennis. Equally, the Volkswagen Cup presents a challenge for the world’s stars with the eight highest ranked men and women being invited, the one stipulation is that

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only one player per country is permitted to compete in each of the Men’s and Women’s Singles events; thus global media coverage is assured. There is no shortage of events throughout the whole year. An exclusive agreement with CCTV 5 in China and various broadcasters all over the World, sees the ITTF together with its partner TMS International, assume a very strong position to service its clients. Excellent exposure opportunities are presented, especially for those trying to make a strong mark in Asia and China, is thus available. Volkswagen, Liebherr and China Unicom, just to name a few of our major partners over the last few years have all been major benefactors of a partnership with the ITTF. Title sponsors of table tennis events have huge visibility on television broadcasts with their branding been prominent for over 90% of the broadcast. In terms of visibility, and TV ratings in China table tennis is without doubt one the best sports to sponsor. If you require more information or which to become a partner please visit our website www.ittf.com or contact us directly:

ITTF – Marketing Division Steve Dainton Marketing Director sdainton@ittf.com

TMS International: Anders Thunstrom Managing Director at@tmsin.com

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CHINA Chinese Olympic Committee

CHINA

2 Tiyuguan Road Beijing 100763 Contact: Liu Peng President Tel: +86 10 6711 6669 Web: www.olympic.cn

General Organisation of Sport of China 2 Tiyuguan Road Beijing 100763 Contact: Liu Peng Director General Tel: +86 10 8718 2008 Web: www.sport.gov.cn

Beijing Organising Committee for the Games of the XXIX Olympiad (BOCOG) 267 Beisihuanzhonglu Haidian Beijing 100083 Contact: Liu Qi President Tel: +86 10 6669 9185 Web: www.beijing2008.cn

Athletic Association of the People’s Republic of China

Chinese Basketball Association

Chinese Fencing Association

2 Tiyuguan Road, Chongwen District Beijing Beijing 100061 Contact: Zaiqing Yu President Tel: +86 10 5169 6007-8 Web: www.cba.gov.cn

15, Laoshan West Street, Shinjingshan District Beijing Beijing 100049 Tel: +86 10 6886 2588 Web: www.chnfencing.com

Chinese Cycling Association

Building A, Dong Jiu Da Sha, Xi Zhao Si Street, Chongwen District Beijing BEIJING 100061 Contact: Weimin Yuan President Tel: +86 10 5929 1031 Web: www.fa.org.cn

2 Tiyuguan Road Beijing Contact: Shijie Duan President Tel: +86 10 8718 3440/3441 Web: www.athletics.org.cn

LaoShan, West Street 157,Shi Jing Shan District Beijing Beijing 100149 Web: cycling.sport.org.cn

Federation of Automobile Sports of China (FASC)

2 Tiyu Guan Road, Chong Wen District Beijing Beijing 100763 Tel: + 86 10 6716 2993 Web: http://www.chinacricket.org/

9 Tiyuguan Road Beijing Beijing 100763 Contact: Zaiqing Yu President Tel: +86 10 6714 9373 Web: www.autosports.org.cn

Badminton Association of the People’s Republic of China 4 Tiyuguan Road Beijing Beijing 100061 Contact: Furong Li President Tel: +86 10 8718 3487 Web: badminton.sport.org.cn

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Chinese Cricket Association

Chinese Equestrian Association Laoshan, Shinjingshan District Beijing Beijing 100049 Contact: Zhichen Pan President Tel: +86 010-68882288 Web: http://equestrian.sport.org.cn

Chinese Football Association

Handball Association of Hong Kong, China Room 2007, Sports House, 1 Stadium Path, So Kon Po, Causeway bay Hong Kong Tel: +852 2504 8119 Web: www.handball.org.hk

Chinese Hockey Association 5 Tiyuguan Road Beijing Beijing 100061 Tel: +86 10 6716 6927 Web: www.hockey.sport.org.cn


China Judo Federation

Chinese Yachting Association

Jia 14, Tiantan Dongli Zhongqu, Chongwen District Beijing Contact: Baoliang Wang President Tel: +86 10 6701 2281 Web: judo.sport.org.cn

9 Tiyuguan Road Beijing Beijing 100763 Contact: Faqiang Zhang President Tel: +86 10 67113677 Web: sailboarding.sport.org.cn

Chinese Ski Association

Federation of University Sport of China (FUSC)

56 Zhongguancun South Street, Haidian District Beijing Beijing 100044 Tel: +86 10 8831 8265 Web: www.skiing.org.cn

Chinese Squash Association 2 Tiyuguan Road, Chong Wen District Beijing Beijing 100763 Contact: Xiaoning Zhang Director General Tel: +86 10 6716 1326 Web: squash.sport.org.cn

China Swimming Association

Damucang Hutong, 35 Xidan Beijing 100816 Contact: He Donchang President Tel: +86 1 5885 6868 Web: www.sports.edu.cn

Beijing Sport University ZhongGuanCun North street, HaiDian District Beijing 100084 Tel: +86 1 6298 9042 Web: www.bsu.edu.cn

5 Tiyuguan Road, Chong Wen District Beijing BEIIJING 100763 Contact: Xirang Zhang President Tel: +86 10 6717 0592/0596 Web: www.swimming.sport.org.cn

Hartpury College

Chinese Taekwondo Association

Hong Kong Sports Institute

Room 105#, No. 2, Tiyuguan Road, Chongwen District Beijing Beijing 100161 Contact: Dalin CUI President Tel: +86 10 8718 2930 Web: www.taekwondo.org.cn

2 On Chun Street, Ma On Shan, Sha Tin Hong Kong Contact: Dr Trisha Leahy Chairman Tel: +852 2681 6888 Web: www.hksi.org.hk/hksdb/ front/e_hksi1.html

Chinese Tennis Association

Shanghai University of Sport

9 Tiyuguan Road Beijing Beijing 100763 Contact: Caizhen Zhang President Tel: +86 10 6718 0176 Web: www.tennis.org.cn

Room 105, North forth building, Hengren Road, Yangpu Shanghai 200438 Tel: +86 21 5125 4714 Web: www.sus.edu.cn

Hartpury College China Office Guangzhou Contact: Giles Jacobs China Partnerships Manager Tel: +86 2 3432 0039 Web: www.hartpury.ac.uk

Beijing All Media and Culture Group – BAMC 14 Jianguomenwai Street Beijing 100022 Contact: Chaojun Ma machoajun@bamc.com.cn Director General and General Manager Tel: +86 10 6515 0033 Web: www.bamc.com.cn

Beijing Television – BTV 3 Xisanhuan Beilu Haidian District Beijing 100089 Contact: Liu Min / Luo Ying / Yi Hao President / Director of Advertising / Manager, Int Business Tel: +86 10 6841 9922 Web: www.btv.com

CCTV Sports & Entertainment Co., Ltd 11 Fuxing Road Haidian District Contact: Jason Jifang / Mr Jiang Heping Sport Manager / Head of Sport Tel: +86 10 8824 3346 Web: www.cctv.com/english

ESPN Star Sports - China Office (Beijing) E. Corp. I, LLC Suite 903-904, Tower E3, The Towers Centre - Oriental plaza No. 1, East Chang’an Ave Dong Cheng District Beijing 100738 Contact: Jamie Davis President, Star China Web: www.espnstar.com

Eurosport 1501 Golden Land Building – No. 32 Liang Ma Qiao Road P.R.China 100016 Contact: Christine Tran Marketing Executive Web: eurosport.qq.com

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CHINA Fortune TV Entertainment Production 3/F, Zhangjiagang Hotel No.18, Maolinju, Muxidi Haidian District Beijing 100038 Contact: Meng Xianming President Tel: +86 10 6858 1015

Greatsports Channel Shangai

Tianjin TV 188 Machang Street Hexi District Tianjin 300074 Contact: Wan Ke / Gao Guiqing President / Director of Advertising Tel: +86 22 2360 1992 Web: www.ctjtv.com,cn

CTPA – China TV Programme Agency

20F International Broadcasting Centre, 651 Nanjing (w) Road Shanghai 200041 Contact: Liu Yong Greatsports Channel Shangai Tel: +86 21 6256 5899 Web: www.smg.cn

Wu 12 Fu Xing Lu Beijing 100038 Contact: Ma Runsheng General Manager Tel: +86 10 639 55914 Web: www.cctv.com

Guangdong TV

2 Fuxingmenwai Avenue Xicheng District Beijing 100866 Contact: Cai Fuchao Minister Tel: +86 10 8609 3114 Web: www.sarft.gov.cn

331 East Huanshi Road Guangzhou Guangdong 510066 Contact: Zhang Huijian / Yin Jingyun President / Director of Advertising Tel: +86 20 8335 5188 Web: www.gdtv.com.cn

Hunan TV Liuyanghe Bridge East, Guangdian Building, West Tower Changsha Hunan 410003 Contact: Ouyang Changlin / Fan Xuwen President / Director of Advertising Tel: +86 73 1480 1111 Web: www.hunantv.com

NBA Asia Limited Room 1205-8 Man Yee Building Hong Kong Contact: Senior Director, Intl Communications Web: china.nba.com

Shanghai Television 298 Weihai road Shanghai 200041 Contact: Li Ruigang / Mei Lijun President / Director of Advertising Tel: +86 21 6256 5899 Web: www.smg.cn

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GlobeCast China 9F, South Tower, Raycom Info Tech Park C, 2 Kexueyuan South Road, Haidian District Beijing 100080 Tel: +86 10 8286 1740 Fax: +86 10 8286 1588 Web: www.globecastasia.com

Sina.com 20F Beijing Ideal International Plaza, 58 Northwest 4th Ring Road, Haidian District 100080 Tel: +86 10 8262 8888 Fax: +86 10 8260 7166 Web: www.sina.com.cn

Applied Image Recognition 82 Crystal CG 72, 210 International Table Tennis Federation 93, 147, 201, 254-257 Inter Sport Clube 175 Museos Deportivos 6, 101, 147, 192, 233-235 Total Sports Asia 97, 208, 213, 228-231 Two up Front 57 Unique Venues of London 128, 130, 139


DENMARK National Foundation for Culture and Sports Facilities (Lokale- og Anlægsfonden)

DENMARK

Kanonbådsvej 12 København K 1437 Contact: Oliver Vanges Consultant Tel: +45 32 83 03 30 Web: www.loa-fonden.dk

The National Olympic Committee and Sports Confederation of Denmark (Danmarks Olympiske Komité/ Danmarks Idræts-Forbund, DOK/DIF) Idrættens Hus Brøndby Stadion 20 Brøndby 2605 Contact: Niels Nygaard President Tel: +45 43 26 26 26 Web: www.dif.dk

Dansk Boldspil-Union DBU Allé 1 Brøndby 2605 Contact: Allan Hansen President Tel: +45 43 26 22 22 Web: www.dbu.dk

Dansk Haandbold Forbund Idrættens Hus Brøndby Stadion 20 Brøndby 2605 Contact: Per Rasmussen President Tel: +45 43 26 24 00 Web: www.dhf.dk

Danmarks Cykle Union (DCU) Idrættens Hus Brøndby Stadion 20 Brøndby 2605 Contact: Tom Lund President Tel: +45 43 26 28 02 Web: www.cyclingworld.dk

Dansk Hockey Union

DR Sporten

Idrættens Hus Brøndby Stadion 20 Brøndby 2605 Contact: Hans Peter Hansen President Tel: +45 43 26 23 70 Web: www.landhockey.dk

DR Byen Copenhagen 999 Contact: Lene Ugilt Hansen Editor-in-Chief (TV2 Sport) Web: www.dr.dk

Danmarks Ishockey Union Fodboldens Hus DBU Allé 1 Brøndby 2605 Contact: Peter Berg President Tel: +45 43 26 54 64 Web: www.ishockey.dk

Dansk Skiforbund Idrættens Hus Brøndby Stadion 20 Brøndby 2605 Contact: Klaus Gerlöv President Tel: +45 43 26 23 30 Web: www.skiportal.dk

EUROSPORT Danmark ApS Amager Strandvej 22 Copenhagen 2300 Contact: Ketil Berg-Sørensen Production Manager Tel: +45 32 57 73 10 Web: tv.eurosport.dk

Parken Stadium Øster Alle 50 Copenhagen 2100 Contact: Jørgen Glistrup CEO (PARKEN Sport & Entertainment A/S) Tel: +45 35 43 74 00 Web: www.parken.dk

Dansk Automobil Sports Union (DASU) Idrættens Hus Brøndby 2605 Contact: Morten Stig Bach Andersen President Tel: +45 43 26 28 80 Web: www.dasu.dk

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FINLAND Finnish Olympic Committee Radiokatu 20 Helsinki 00240 Contact: Roger Talermo President Tel: +358 93 48 121 Web: www.noc.fi

FINLAND

National Sports Council (Ministry of Education) P.O. Box 29 Helsinki 00023 GOVERNMENT Contact: Paavo Arhinmäki Minister of Culture and Sport Tel: +358 91 607 7412 Web: www.minedu.fi

Finnish Sport Federation (Suomen Liikunta ja Urheilu) Radiokatu 20 7th Floor Helsinki 00240 Contact: Juha Heikkala Director Tel: +358 93 48 121 Web: www.slu.fi

Nuori Suomi (Young Finland) Radiokatu 20 Helsinki 00240 Contact: Teemu Japisson President Tel: +358 93 48 121 Web: www.nuorisuomi.fi

Keski-Suomen Liikunta ry (Finnish Sports Federation, Central Finland) Rautpohjankatu 10 Jyväskylä 40700 Contact: Ristaniemi Olli President Tel: +358 10 666 4200 Web: www.kesli.fi

Hämeen Liikunta ja Urheilu ry (Finnish Sports Federation, Häme) Sarvijaakonkatu 32 Tampere 33540 Contact: Ari Koskinen Regional Director Tel: +358 20 748 2601 Web: www.hlu.fi

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Pohjois-Karjalan Liikunta ry (Finnish Sports Federation, Northern Karelia)

Keski-Pohjanmaan Liikunta ry (Finnish Sports Federation, Central Ostrobotnia)

Rantakatu 35 Joensuu 80100 Contact: Jari Hurskainen Regional Director Tel: +358 40 546 5236 Web: www.pokali.fi

Mannerheiminaukio 7 Kokkola 67100 Contact: Erkki Koivisto President Tel: +358 68 321 300 Web: www.kepli.com

Etelä-Karjalan Liikunta ja Urheilu Ry (Finnish Sports Federation, Southern Karelia)

Etelä-Suomen Liikunta ja Urheilu ry (Sport Federation of Southern Finland)

Kotipolku 2 Imatra 55120 Contact: Kalevi Ikonen President Tel: +358 20 781 5220 Web: www.eklu.fi

Olympiastadion, Eteläkaarre Helsinki 00250 Contact: Timo Haapaniemi President Tel: +358 96 132 000 Web: www.eslu.fi

Liikunta ja Urheilu ry (Finnish Finnish Football Association Sports Federation, Southwestern (Suomen Palloliitto) Finland) Urheilukatu 5 Yliopistonkatu 31 Turku 20100 Contact: Reijo Kallio President Tel: +358 25 151 900 Web: www.liiku.fi

P.O. Box 191 Helsinki 00251 Contact: Sauli Niinistö President Tel: +358 97 42 151 Web: www.palloliitto.fi


Autoliitto – Automobile and Touring Club of Finland (AL) Hämeentie 105 A, 4th floor P.O.Box 35 Helsinki 00551 Contact: Susanna SuokonautioHynninen FIA Club Correspondent Tel: +358 97 258 4400 Web: www.autoliitto.fi

Finnish Ice Hockey Association (Suomen Jääkiekkoliitto) Mäkelänkatu 91 Helsinki 00610 Contact: Kalervo Kummola President Tel: +358 97 56 750 Web: www.finhockey.fi

Finnish Ski Association (Suomi Hiihtoliitto) Radiokatu 20 Helsinki 00240 Contact: Jaakko Holkeri President Tel: +358 93 48 121 Web: www.hiihtoliitto.fi

Finnish Aviation Union (Suomen Ilmailuliitto) Finlands Flygförbund Helsinki-Malmin lentoasema Helsinki 00700 Contact: Hannu Halonen President Tel: +358 35 093 434 Web: www.ilmailuliitto.fi

Cycling Union of Finland (Suomen Pyöräilyunioni) Radiokatu 20 Helsinki 00240 Contact: Timo Luostarinen President Tel: +358 92 786 575 Web: www.pyoraily.fi

Finnish Handball Association (Suomen Käsipalloliitto) Radiokatu 20 Helsinki 00240 Contact: Kurt Wallin General Secretary Tel: +358 9 3481 2357 Web: www.finnhandball.net

University of Jyväskylä

Hartwell Areena (Ice Hockey)

L-326, Faculty of Sport and Health Sciences P.O.Box 35 (L) Jyväskylä 40014 Contact: Lasse Kannas Dean Tel: +358 14 260 1211

Areenankuja 1 Helsinki 00240 Anders Backman Managing Director Tel: +358 20 41 997 Web: www.hartwall-areena.com/en

Eurosport Finland Oy

Nordenskiöldinkatu 11-13 Helsinki 00250 Contact: Harry Bogomoloff Managing Director Tel: +358 94 777 1112 Web: www.helsinginjaahalli.fi

Leinikkitie 20 Vantaa 01350 Contact: Santeri Lähteensuo Production & Communications Dept. Tel: +358 92 715 258 Web: www.eurosport.com

YLE Urheilu P.O. Box 2 Yleisradio 00024 Contact: Mänty Kari Head of Sport Tel: +358 91 480 4484 Web: www.yle.fi/urheilu

Suomen Urheilutelevisio Oy / Nelonen Media Tehtaankatu 27-29 D Helsinki 00151 Contact: Anu Nissinen President Tel: +358 94 5451 Web: www.urheilukanava.fi

Helsinki Ice Hall

Helsinki Stadion (Finnair Stadion) Helsinki Stadion Management Oy Urheilukatu 5 Helsinki 00250 Contact: Juhani Lappalainen Event Manager Tel: +358 97 421 6700 Web: www.finnairstadium.fi

Eurosport 96, 142, 164-167,

168, 170, 171, 198, 207, 212

Helsinki Olympic Stadium (Helsingfors Olympiastadion) Stadion-säätiö Paavo Nurmen Tie 1 Helsinki 00250 Contact: Maija Innanen Managing Director Tel: +358 94 366 010

City of Helsinki Swimming Stadium Sports Department Hammarskjöldintie 5 Helsinki 00250 Tel: +358 31 087 856 Web: www.hel2.fi/liv/eng/ stadium.html

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FRANCE Le Ministère de la Santé, de la Jeunesse, des Sports et des Vies Associatives

FRANCE

95, avenue de France 75650 Paris, Cedex 13 Contact: Roselyne Bachelot-Narquin Ministre Tel: +33 1 40 45 90 00 Web: www.sport.gouv.fr

CNOSF Maison du Sport Français 1, avenue Pierre-de-Coubertin Paris 75640, Cedex 13 Contact: Denis Masseglia President Tel: +33 1 4078 2800 Web: www.franceolympique.com

Fédération Française Fédération Française de Football de Handball 87, Boulevard de Grenelle Paris 75738 Contact: Nöel Le Graët President Tel: +33 1 4431 7300 Web: www.fff.fr

62, Rue Gabriel Péri Gentilly 94250 Contact: Joël Delplanque President Tel: +33 1 4615 0355 Web: www.ff-handball.org

Fédération Française de Rugby

Fédération Française de Cyclisme

9 rue de Liège Cedex 09 Paris 75009 Contact: Pierre Carnou President Tel: +33 1 5321 1515 Web: www.ffr.fr

Fédération Française de Tennis Stade Roland Garros 2 Avenue Gordon Bennett Paris 75016 Contact: Jean Gachassin President Tel: +33 1 4743 4800 Web: www.fft.fr

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Z.A.C. de Nanteuil – Immeuble Jean Monnet 5, rue de Rome Rosny-Sous-Bois 93561 Contact: David Lappartient President Tel: +33 1 4935 6900

Fédération Française de Basketball Rue du Château des Rentiers 117 Paris 75013 Contact: Yvan Mainini President Tel: +33 1 5394 2500 Web: www.basketfrance.com

Fédération Française de Voile 17 rue Henri Bocquillon Paris 75015 Contact: Jean-Pierre Champion President Tel: +33 1 4060 3700 Web: www.ffvoile.fr

Fédération Française de Ski 50, rue des Marquisats B.P. 2451 Annecy 74011 Contact: Alain Methiaz President Tel: +33 4 5051 4034 Web: www.ffs.fr

Fédération Française de Natation 148 Ave Gambetta Paris 75980 Contact: Dominique Bahon Secretaire General Tel: +33 1 4031 1770 Web: www.ffnatation.fr

Federation Francaise d’Athletisme 33 Avenue Pierre de Coubertin Paris 75640 Contact: Jean Gracia Directeur Général Tel: +33 1 5380 7000 Web: www.athle.com


Fédération Française du Sport Automobile 32, avenue de New York Paris 75781 Contact: Nicolas Deschaux President Tel: +33 1 44 30 24 00 Web: www.ffsa.org

Université de Paris Descartes UFR STAPS 1 rue Lacretelle Paris 75015 Contact: Pascal Bordes Université de Paris Descartes Tel: +33 1 5656 1204 Web: www.staps.univ-paris5.fr

L’Equipe 24/24

Roland Garros

145 rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau Issy les Moulineaux 92138 Contact: Xavier Spender CEO Tel: +33 1 4123 3000 Web: www.lequipetv.fr

Stade Roland Garros 2 Avenue Gordon Bennett Paris 75016 Contact: Jean Gachassin President (FFT) Tel: +33 1 4743 4800 Web: www.rolandgarros.com

MCS 15 rue Cognacq Jay Paris 75007 Contact: Nicolas Rotkoff CEO Tel: +33 1 7746 8150 Web: www.machainesport.com

Longchamps Racecourse

Orange

Anecy 2018

6 Place d’Alleray Université Bordeaux 2 Paris Scolarité des Sciences et Techniques, 75015 Bâtiment AD - RdC Contact: Pierre Robert 146 rue Léo Saignat Head of Sport Channels Bordeaux Tel: +33 1 4444 2222 33076 Web: www.orange.fr Contact: Jean-Christophe Cometta Université Bordeaux 2 Paris Premier Tel: +33 5 5684 5200 60 Ave Charles de Gaulle Web: www.u-bordeaux2.fr Neuilly Sur Seine 92200 Canal+ SA Contact: Fabrice Clement 5/13 boulevard de la république Head of Sports Boulogne Billancourt Tel: +33 1 4192 5725 92100 Web: www.paris-permier.fr Contact: Bruno Poulain Managing Director Sport+ Stade de France Tel: +33 1 7135 3535 ZAC du Cornillon Nord Web: www.sportplus.canalplus.fr Saint Denis La Plaine Cedex 93216 Eurosport France Contact: Philippe Collin Delavaud 3 rue Rene et Gaston Caudron Managing Director Cedex 9 Tel: +33 1 5593 0000 Issy les Moulineaux Web: www.stadedefrance.com 92798 Contact: Laurent-Eric Le Lay Circuit Nevers Magny-Cours Director Technopôle Tel: +33 1 4093 8000 Magny-Cours Web: www.eurosport.fr 58470 Contact: Philippe Guillaume HBS France Production Circuit Manager 10 Boulevard Jean Jaures Tel: +33 3 8621 8000 Boulogne Billancourt Web: www.magnyf1.com 92100 Contact: Francois-Charles Bideaux Director of Production Tel: +33 1 5519 2070

46 Place Abel Gance Boulogne Billancourt 92100 Contact: Hubert Monzat General Director Tel: +33 1 4910 2030 BP2305 Annecy 74011 Contact: Jean-Luc Rigaut Maire d’Annecy Tel: +33 4 50 33 88 88 Web: www.annecy.fr

Eurosport 96, 142, 164-167, 168, 170, 171, 198, 207, 212 SIS Live 220 SportelMONACO 2011 139

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GERMANY Bundesministerium des Innern – Internetredaktion (Ministry of Interior)

GERMANY

Alt-Moabit 101 Berlin 10559 Contact: Hans-Peter Friedrich, Minister Tel: +49 3 018 6810 Web: www.bmi.bund.de

Bundesinstitut für Sportwissenschaft (Sport Science) Graurheindorfer Straße 198 (Haus 7) Bonn 53117 Contact: Jürgen Fischer Director Tel: +49 2 2899 6400 Web: www.bisp.de

Deutscher Olympischer SportBund

Deutscher Handball-Bund

Deutscher Golf Verband

Postfach 71 02 63 Frankfurt-Am-Main 60492 Contact: Thomas Bach President Tel: +49 6 967 000 Web: www.dosb.de

Strobelallee 56 Dortmund 44139 Contact: Urlich Strombach President Tel: +49 2 3191 1910 Web: www.dhb.de

Infanteriestraße 19 / Geb. 4a München 80797 Contact: Panos Meyer President Tel: +49 89 3407 7170 Web: www.golf.de

Deutscher Fussball-Bund

Deutscher Radfahrer-Bund

Otto-Fleck-Schneise 6 Postfach 71 02 65 Frankfurt-Am-Main 60528 Contact: Theo Zwanziger President Tel: +49 6 967 880 Web: www.dfb.de

Otto-Fleck-Schneise 4 Frankfurt-Am-Main 60528 Contact: Rudolf Scharping President Tel: +49 6 9967 8000 Web: www.rad-net.de

Deutsche Sporthochschule Köln (German Sport University Cologne)

Deutscher Tennis Bund

Allgemeiner Deutscher Motorsport Verband

Hallerstrasse 89 Hamburg 20149 Contact: Georg von Waldenfels President Tel: +49 4 041 1780 Web: www.dtb-tennis.de

Köpenicker Str. 325 Berlin 12555 Contact: Harald Täger President Tel: +49 3 065 762 930 Web: www.admv.de

Deutscher Leichtathletik Verband Deutscher Skiverband Alsfelder Strasse 27 Darmstadt 64289 Contact: Clemens Prokop President Tel: +49 6 151 770 830 Web: www.deutscher-leichtathletikverband.de

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Haus des Ski, Am ErwinHimmelseher-Platz Hubertusstrasse 1 Planegg 82152 Contact: Thomas Pfüller President Tel: +49 8 985 790 262 Web: www.ski-online.de

Am Sportpark Müngersdorf 6 Köln 50933 Contact: Walter Tokarski Vice-Chancellor Tel: +49 2 214 9820 Web: www.dshs-koeln.de

Rhur-Universität Bochum Fakultät für Sportwissenschaft Stiepeler Straße 129 Bochum 44801 Contact: Marie-Luise Klein Professor Tel: +49 2 343 228 091 Web: www.sposerver.sportdekanat. ruhr-uni-

Sport1 GmbH Münchener Str. 101 g Ismaning 85737 Contact: Jan Schwark Director Tel: +49 8 996 066 2700 Web: www.sport1.de


Signal Iduna Park (Borussia Dortmund) Strobelallee 50 Dortmund 44139 Contact: Reinhold Schulte Chairman (Signal Iduna Gruppe) Tel: +49 2 319 0200 Web: www.signal-iduna-park.de

Olympiastadion (Hertha Berlin BSC) Olympischer Platz 3 Berlin 14053 Contact: Peter von Löbbecke CEO (Olympiastadion Berlin GmbH) Tel: +49 3 0300 9280 Web: www.olympiastadion-berlin.de

Allianz Arena (FC Bayern München ) Werner-Heisenberg-Allee 25 München 80939 Contact: Muth Jürgen General Manager (Allianz Arena GmbH) Tel: +49 8 969 9310 Web: www.allianz-arena.de

Veltins-Arena (FC Schalke 04 ) Veltins-Arena Gelsenkirchen 45843 Contact: Felix Magath Sporting Director Tel: +49 2 093 6180 Web: www.veltins-arena.de

Mercedes-Benz-Arena (VfB Stuttgart) Mercedesstraße 87 Stuttgart 70372 Contact: Martin Rau CEO (Stadion NeckarPark GmbH) Tel: +49 1 805 832 5463 Web: www.gottlieb-daimlerstadion.de

Commerzbank Arena (Eintracht Frankfurt) Mörfelder Landstr. 362 Frankfurt am Main 60528 Contact: Thomas Pröckl CEO (Eintracht Frankfurt) Tel: +49 6 923 808 0121 Web: www.commerzbank-arena.de

BayArena (Bayer 04 Leverkusen) O2 World Bismarckstr. 122-124 Leverkusen 51373 Contact: Heiko Schulz Sporting Director Tel: +49 1 805 040 404 Web: www.bayer04.de

AWD Arena (Hannover 96) Arthur-Menge-Ufer Hannover 30169 Contact: Rolf Wieswesser Chairman Tel: +49 5 119 0200 Web: www.awd-arena.de

Anschutz Entertainment Group Operations GmbH O2 Platz 1 Berlin-Friedrichshain 10243 Contact: Detlef Kornett CEO Tel: +49 3 020 607 080 Web: www.o2world.de

Eurosport 96, 142, 164-167, 168, 170, 171, 198, 207, 212

Rhein-Neckar-Arena (1899 Hoffenheim) Dietmar-Hopp-Str. 1 Sinsheim 74889 Contact: Jochen Brucker Stadium Manager Tel: +49 7 2614 0220 Web: www.rheinneckararena.de

Hockenheim-Ring GmbH Motodrom Hockenheim 68766 Contact: Georg Seiler Managing Director Tel: +49 6 205 9500 Web: www.hockenheimring.com

Nürburg-Ring GmbH Otto-Flimm-Straße Nürburg 53520 Contact: Michael Köbele Circuit Manager Tel: +49 2 691 3020 Web: www.nuerburgring.de

Gof Valley GmbH (PGA Golf Munich)

Am Golfplatz 1 Valley 83626 Contact: Michael Weichselgartner CEO Tel: +49 8 024 902 790 Web: www.golfvalley.de

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GREECE Comité Olympique Hellénique 52, Avenue Dimitrios Vikelas Halandri, Athènes 15233 Contact: Spyros Capralos President Tel: +30 210 687 8888 Web: www.hoc.gr

GREECE

Hellenic Football Federation 3rd Floor 137 Singrou Avenue Athens 17121 Contact: Sofoklis Pilavios President Tel: +30 210 930 6000 Web: www.epo.gr

Hellenic Basketball Federation 37Kifisias Avenue, OAKA Maroussi, Athens Contact: George Vassilakopoulos President Tel: +30 210 681 3066 Web: www.basket.gr

Association Hellénique d’Athlétisme Amateur (SEGAS) 137 Singrou Avenue Nea Smyrni Athens Contact: Vassilios Sevastis President Tel: +30 210 935 1888 Web: www.segas.gr

Hellenic Swimming Federation Spyrou Loui Avenue O.A.K.A. AMAROUSSIO, ATTIKI 15123 Contact: Dimitrious Sarakatsanis Secretary general Tel: +30 210 6827582-5 Web: www.ekof.org.gr

AEK Arena (AEK Athens FC) Grammou 69-71 Maroussi, Athens 15124 Contact: Nikos Thanopoulos President & CEO Tel: +30 210 612 1371 Web: www.aekfc.gr

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Marfin Stadium (Panathinaikos FC) Eagaleo, Athens 12241 Contact: Nicholas D. Father President Tel: +30 210 870 9000 Web: www.pao.gr

Karaiskakis Stadium (Olympiakos FC) Poseidonos Avenue Faliro Piraeus, Athens 18547 Contact: Socrates P. Kokkalis President Tel: +30 210 480 0900 Web: www.olympiakos.gr

Olympic Indoor Sports Center 37, Kifissias Ave. Maroussi, Athens 15123 Tel: +30 210 683 4560 Web: www.oaka.com.gr Olympic Velodrome 37, Kifissias Ave. Maroussi, Athens 15123 Tel: +30 210 685 0205 Web: www.oaka.com.gr

Olympic Tennis Center 37, Kifissias Ave. Maroussi, Athens 15123 Tel: +30 210 683 4562 Web: www.oaka.com.gr

Athens Olympic Sports Complex / Olympic Aquatic Center Main Olympic Stadium 37, Kifissias Ave. Olympic Athletic Center of Athens “SPIROS LOUIS” 37, Kifissias Ave. Maroussi, Athens 15123 Contact: Alexandra Manou President Web: www.oaka.com.gr

Maroussi, Athens 15123 Tel: +30 210 685 0200 Web: www.oaka.com.gr

Faliro Coastal Zone Olympic Complex (Beach Volleyball, Handball, Taekwondo & Volleyball) Faliro Piraeus, Athens Tel: +30 210 870 7000


Galatsi Olympic Hall (Table Tennis & Rythmic Gymnastics) Omorfokklisias Nea Ionia

Helliniko Olympic Complex (Baseball, Basketball, Canoe, Fencing, Hockey, Kayak & Softball) Possidonos Avenue Elliniko Athens 17561 Tel: +30 210 870 7000

Nikaia Olympic Weightlifting Hall Athens 19019 Tel: +30 210 870 7000

Peace and Friendship Stadium Ethnarchou Makariou Ave Faliro Piraeus, Athens 18547 Contact: John Vasiliadis Tel: +30 210 489 3000 Web: www.sef-stadium.gr

PAOK Sports Arena Pylaia Thessalokini 55535

University of Athens Faculty of Physical Education & Sport Science 41, Ethnikis Antistaseos Street Daphne 17237 Contact: Christos Kittas Rector of the University Tel: +30 210 727 6032 Web: www.uoa.gr

Alpha Television 40.2, Attica Road Sea 1 Mesogeion Athens GR-190 02 Contact: Dimitris Kontominas Owner Tel: +30 210 212 4510 Web: www.alphatv.gr

Eurosport 96, 142, 164-167, 168, 170, 171, 198, 207, 212

Antenna TV Kifissias Avenue 10-12 Maroussi 151 25 Athens Contact: Minos Kyriakou Chairman Tel: +30-210-688-6100 Web: www.antenna.gr

Mega Roussou 4 & Mesogion ave. Athens GR-15126 Tel: +30 210 690 3000 Web: www.megatv.com

Nova Sports Synergistic Network Developments S.A. Manis St. Kantza Pallinis 15344 Tel: +30 210 660 2200 Web: www.navasports.gr

Skai Ethnarhou Makariou & Falireos 2 Neo Faliro Athens GR-185 47 Contact: Giannis Alafouzos Owner Tel: +30 210 4800 100 Web: www.skai.gr/tv/

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

ERT Sport+

School of Physical Education & Sports Sciences Thessalokini 54124 Contact: Anastasios Manthos Rector of the University Tel: +30 231 099 5269 Web: www.auth.gr/phed

ERT Digital – Ave Mesogeion 432 Agia Paraskevi Athens 15342 Contact: Sotirios Kostavaras Chief Editor (Sports News) Tel: +30 210 606 6000 Web: www.ertdigital.gr

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HONG KONG 2009 East Asian Games (Hong Kong) Ltd. Central 1/F, Hong Kong Park Sports Centre, 29 Cotton Tree Drive Hong Kong Tel: +852 3692 5997 Web: www.2009eastasiangames.hk

HONG KONG

Government Secretariat Home Affairs Bureau Wan Chai 31/F Southorn Centre, 130 Hennessy Road Hong Kong Tel: +852 2835 1575 Web: www.hab.gov.uk

Hong Kong Sports Information Centre Sha Tin Hong Kong Sports Institute, 2 On Chun Street, Ma On Shan Hong Kong Tel: +852 2681 6130 Web: www.hksi.org.hk

Leisure and Culture Services Departement Sha Tin 1-3 Pai Tau Street Hong Kong Contact: Thomas Chow JP Director Tel: +852 2414 5555 Web: www.lcsd.gov.hk

Sports Federation & Olympic Committee Hong Kong So Kon Po Causeway Bay 2/F Olympic House - 1 Stadium Path Hong Kong Contact: Timothy Tsun Ting Fok President Tel: +852 2891 3106 Web: www.hkolympic.org

Hong Kong Amateur Athletic Association Causeway Bay Room 2015, Olympic House, 1 Stadium Path, So Kon Po Hong Kong. Contact: Alex Moh President Tel: +852 2504 8215 Web: www.hkaaa.com

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Hong Kong Automobile Association (HKAA)

The Hong Kong Football Association

Kowloon G/F, 391 Nathan Road Hong Kong. Contact: Wesley W.H. Wan President Tel: +852 3583 3638 Web: www.hkaa.com.hk

Kowloon 55 Fat Kwong Street, Homantin Hong Kong. Contact: FOK Timothy Tsun Ting President Tel: +852 2712 9122 Web: www.hkfa.com

Hong Kong Badminton Association Limited

Hong Kong Golf Association

Causeway Bay Room 2005, Olympic House, 1 Stadium Path, So Kon Po Hong Kong. Contact: Tong Yun Kai President Tel: +852 2504 8318 Web: www.hkbadmintonassn.org.hk

Causeway Bay Room 2003, Olympic House, 1 Stadium Path, So Kon Po Hong Kong. Contact: Richard Siemens President Tel: +852 2504 8659 Web: www.hkga.com

Hong Kong Equestrian Federation

Hong Kong Sailing Federation

Shatin New Territories c/o Hong Kong Jockey Club Shatin Race Course, 6/F Central Complex Hong Kong. Contact: Mr Simon IP JP President Tel: +852 2966 5078 Web: www.hkef.org

Causeway Bay Room 1009, Olympic House, 1 Stadium Path, So Kon Po Hong Kong. Contact: Karl C. Kwok President Tel: 852 2504 8159 Web: www.sailing.org.hk


Hong Kong Squash Association 23 Cotton Tree Drive Hong Kong. Contact: David Y.Y.Mui President Tel: + 852 2869 0611 Web: www.hksquash.org.hk

Total Sports Asia 97, 208, 213, 228-231 Two up Front 57

Hong Kong Amateur Swimming Association Wanchai Room 1003, Queen Elizabeth Stadium, 18 Oi Kwan Road Hong Kong. Contact: A. de O. Sales Tel: + 852 2572 8594 Web: www.hkasa.org.hk

Hong Kong Stadium (South China Athletic FC, Happy Valley AthleticFC, IRB Sevens Series) So Kon Po 55 Eastern Hospital Road Hong Kong Tel: + 852 2895 7926 Sha Tin Racecourse (Horse-Racing Course) Hong Kong Web: www.sha-tin.com/

Hong Kong Tourism Board North Point 9-11 Floor, Citicorp Centre, 18 Whitfield Road Hong Kong Tel: +852 2508 1234 Web: www.discoverhongkong.com

University Sports Federation of Hong Kong Kowloon c/o Student Affairs Office, HKUST, Clearwater Bay Hong Kong Contact: Kenny Chow Council Chairman Tel: +852 2358 6656 Web: www.usfhk.org

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INDIA Department of Sports (The Ministry of Youth and Sports) Room 504, B-Wing, Shastri Bhawan New Delhi 110 001 Contact: I Srinivas Joint Secretary Tel: +91 11 2338 4152 Email: isrinivas@nic.in

INDIA

Gaya District Kabaddi Association The Royal Residency, Domuhan Road, Bodhgaya, District -Gaya Bihar Contact: Arun Kojha Organising Secretary

Indian Olympic Association Olympic Bhavan B-29, Qutub Institutional Area New Delhi 110 016 Contact: Suresh Kalmadi MP President Tel: +91 11 2685 2480 Web: www.olympic.ind

Equestrian Federation of India

WZ-114D, Main Road, Athletics Federation of India Radha Krishna Temple, Todapur Room No.44, 2nd Floor, Palika Place, Village Panchkuian Road New Delhi New Delhi New Delhi 110 012 New Delhi Contact: Lt Gen SS Kumar SM, VSM Contact: Umrao Singh President President Tel: +91 11 2584 4098 Tel: +91 11 2336 5671 Web: www.equestrian-india.org Web: www.indianathletics.org

Badminton Association of India D-196A, Bapu Nagar Jaipur Jaipur 302 015 Contact: L C Gupta President Tel: +91 14 1271 1042 Web: www.badmintonindia.org

Board of Control for Cricket in India Cricket Centre, Wankhede Stadium, “D” Road,Churchgate Mumbai Mumbai 400 020 Contact: N. Srinivasan President Tel: +91 22 2289 8800 Web: www.bcci.tv

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Fencing Federation of India (FFI) 42/6, Mohalla Sui Gran, Patiala Punjab Punjab 147 001 Contact: Mr. Arvind Khanna President

All India Football Federation Football House, Sector 19, Phase 1 Dwarka New Delhi New Delhi 110 075 Contact: Praful Patel President Tel: +91 11 2804 1430 Web: www.the-aiff.com

The Indian Golf Union (IGU) Room No. 1138 - B, Gate No. 27, Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium New Delhi New Delhi 110 003 Contact: Gen JJ Singh President Tel: +91 11 2436 7161 Web: www.tigu.in

Indian Cricket League 135 Continental Building, Dr. Annie Besant Road, Worli Mumbai 400 018 Contact: Subhash Chandra Founder Web: www.indiancricketleague.in

Indian Hockey Federation c/o Indian Olympic Association, B-29, Gutub Institutional Area New Delhi New Delhi 110 016 Contact: Suresh Kalmadi Chairman Tel: +91 11 2685 2479


The Federation of Motor Sports Clubs of India (FMSCI) A25, Krishna Towers - 6Th Floor, 50 Sardar Patel Road Chennnai Chennai 600 113 Contact: K. D. Madan President Tel: +91 44 2235 2673 Web: www.fmsci.in

Squash Rackets Federation of India Dhun Building, 3rd Floor, North Wing, 827 Anna Salai Chennnai Chennai 600 002 Contact: B.K. Ratnakar Rao President Tel: +91 44 2855 0254

IISWBM (Indian Institute of Social Welfare and Business Management) Management House, College Square West Kolkata 700 073 Contact: Prof P. K. Misra Director Tel: +91 33 2241 3756 Web: www.iiswbm.edu

Naval Tata Centre of Excellence in Sport Management House College Square (West) Kolkata 700073 Contact: Shashi Sharraf Tel: +91 33 2241 3756 Web: www.iiswbm.edu

All India Tennis Association

Allsport news

R K Khanna Tennis Stadium, Africa Avenue New Delhi New Delhi 110 029 Contact: Mr. Yashwant Sinha President Tel: +91 11 26179062 Web: www.aitatennis.com

13 chowringhee terrace Calcutta 700 020 Web: www.allsportindia.com

Sony Entertainment Television (SET) 4F Interface Building No 7 - Off Malad Link Road, Malad West Mumbai 400 064 Contact: Kunal Dasgupta Worldwide CEO Tel: +91 22 6708 1111 Web: www.setindia.com

Broadcasting Corporation of India Doordarshan Bhawan, Copernicus Marg New Delhi 110001 Contact: BS Lalli Web: www.dd.nic.in

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Doordarshan

Doordarshan Bhawan, Copernicus Marg New Delhi Winter Games Federation of India 110 001 7/19 Ansari Road, Contact: L. D. Mandloi Daryaganj Director General New Delhi 110 002 Tel: +91 11 2373 7606 Tel: +91 13 5275 3971 Web: www.ddindia.com Web: www.olympic.ind.in/national_ sports_federations.html ESPN Star Sports 22 Pushp Vihare Community Centre Association of Indian Universities New Delhi Inter University Sports Board of India Delhi-110048 A.I.U., Web: www.espnstar.com House 16 Conrade Indrajit Gupta Marg (Kotla Marg) INDIA – TEN SPORTS Taj New Delhi Television India Pvt Ltd New Delhi 110002 545, Chandana - Langford Town Gurdeep Singh Bangalore Contact: Secretary General 560 025 Assam University Web: www.tensports.com Abhay Buchha India Network 18 (Sport 18) Web: www.assamuniversity.nic.in Express Trade Tower, Plot No. 15-16, Sector-16A Noida Uttar Pradesh-201301 Tel: +91 12 0434 1818 Web: www.network18online.com

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National Olympic Committee of Indonesia Gedung Direksi Gelora Bung Karno JI Pintu I Senayan Jakarta 10270 Contact: Rita Subowo President Tel: +62 21 573 7494 Web: www.koni.or.id

State Ministry for Youth and Sports Affairs Jl Gerbang Pemuda No. 3 Senayan Jakarta 10110 Contact: Dr. Adhyaksa Dault State Minister Tel: +62 21 573 8312

Ministry of Culture and Tourism Sapta Pesona Building Jl. Medan Merdeka Barat No. 17 Jakarta 10110 Contact: Jero Wacik Minister Tel: +62 21 383 8167 Web: www.budpar.go.id

National Olympic Committee Of Indonesia Pintu 1-Senayan Jakarta 12190 Contact: Husin Djohar AriďŹ n President Tel: +62 21 5732044 Web: www.koni.or.id

Indonesia Athletics Association (PASI) Jalan Asia-Afrika, 18-19 Madya Stadium, Senayan Jakarta Contact: Mohamad Hasan President Tel: +62 21 573 1681 Web: www.indonesia-athletics.org

Persatuan Bulutangkis Seluruh Indonesia Jl Damai Raya, Kelurahan Cipayung Kec Cipayung Jakarta Timur Jakarta 13840 Contact: S Sutiyoso President Tel: +62 21 844 5078 Web: www.pb.pbsi.com

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Indonesian Basketball Federation

Football Association of Indonesia

Gelora Bung Karno, Jalan Asia Afrika, Senayan Jakarta Jakarta 10270 Contact: Noviantika Nasution President Tel: +62 21 574 2250 Web: www.perbasi.org

Gelora Bung Karno Pintu X-XI, P.O. Box 2305 Senayan Jakarta 10023 Contact: Nugraha Besoes Gen Secretary Tel: +62 21 570 4762 Web: www.pssi-football.com/id/ index.php

Cricket Indonesia

Indonesia Golf Association

Wisma Kodel Level 2 Jl. H R Rasuna Said Kav. B-4 Jawa Barat Jakarta 12910 Contact: Tjokorda Raka Kerthyasa President Tel: +62 816 1421240 Web: www.cricketindonesia.com

Gedung Direksi Gelora Bung Karno, 2nd Floor, Jl. Pintu Senayan Jakarta 10270 Contact: President Tel: +62 21 573 2811 Web: www.perbasi.org

Indonesian Cycling Federation

Wisma Kodel Level 2 Jl. H R Rasuna Said Kav. B-4 Jawa Barat Jakarta 12910 Contact: Tjokorda Raka Kerthyasa President Tel: +62 816 1421240 Web: www.cricketindonesia.com

Kanselary Koni Pusat, Stadion Gelora Bung Karno Senayan Jakarta 10270 Contact: Phanny Tanjung President Tel: +62 21 570 3007 Web: www.issi.or.id

Equestrian Commission of Indonesia Jalan PejatenRaya #8a Jakarta Jakarta 12510 Contact: Irvan Gading President Tel: +62 21 7919 3604 Web: www.equesina.org

Cricket Indonesia

Indonesian Cycling Federation Kanselary Koni Pusat, Stadion Gelora Bung Karno Senayan Jakarta 10270 Contact: Phanny Tanjung President Tel: +62 21 570 3007 Web: www.pgionline.org


Persatuan Squash Indonesia

ANTV

No.61, Blk S, Kebayoran Baru Jakarta Jakarta 12180 Contact: I.B. Sudjana President Tel: +62 21 720 8230 Web: www.koni.or.id

Sentra Mulia Building, 19th Floor – Jl Hr Rasuna Said Kav x-6 No 8 Jakarta Selaton 12940 Contact: Paul O’Hanlon President Tel: +62 21 522 2086 / 9175 Web: www.an.tv

Indonesian Swimming Federation PB. Prsi Stadion Renang Gelora Bung Karno Senayan Jakarta 10270 Contact: Purnomo Yusgiantoro President Tel: +62 21 251 0514 Web: www.pbprsi.org

Indonesian Taekwondo Association

Direct Vision Citra Grana Building 9F, Jl Jend Gatot Subroto Kav 35-36 Jakarta 12950 Contact: Yoesman Sugianto VP, Programming Tel: +62 21 3006 0000 Web: www.astro.co.id

TPI – Cipta Televisi Pendidikan Indonesia Jl Pintu II TMII Pondok Gede Jakarta Timur 13810 Contact: Dandy Nugroho President and Director Tel: +62 21 841 2473

Trans TV – Televisi Transformasi Indonesia Jl Kapten Tendean Kav 12 – 14 A Jakarta 12790 Contact: Ratna Oesman Mahadi Programming Director Tel: +62 21 7917 7000

Global TV

TV7

Pintu VI Stadion Utama Gelora Bung Karno Senayan Jakarta Contact: Lieutenant Gen. Erwin Sudjono President Tel: +62 21 573 5035 Web: www.pbti.or.id

Wisma Indovision Lt 17 – Ji Raya Panjang 2/111 Green Garden Jakarta 11520 Contact: Stephen K Sulistyo President Tel: +62 21 582 8555 Web: www.globaltv.co.id

Indonesian Tennis Association

Indovision

Mega Tower Lt 20 – Jl Kapten Tendean Kav 12 – 14 A Jakarta 12790 Contact: August Parengkuan President Director Tel: +62 21 7917 7000 Web: www.tv7.co.id

Gelora Senayan Tennis Stadium Jakarta Jakarta 10270 Contact: Martina Widjaja President Tel: +62 21 571 0298 Web: www.pelti.or.id

Jl Raya Panjang Block Z3 Kompl Rukan, Green Garden West Jakarta 11520 Contact: Budi Sutjiwan President Director Tel: +62 21 582 8000 / 581 9988 All Indonesia Football Federation Web: www.indovision.tv Agum Gumelar Indonesia Telkom Vision Sentul International Circuit Jl Prof Dr Supomo Km 42 Citeureup SH No 139 Bogor Jakarta Selatan West Java 12810 Contact: Rahadi Arsyad Indonesian University Sports Director Federation, Directorate of Tel: +62 21 8298800 Students Affairs Web: www.telkomvision.com c/o Dep. Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan J1., Pintu I-Senayan (4th floor), P.O BOX 19 Jakarta 10002 Contact: S Suharyono Secretary General Tel: +62 21 473 1805

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IRAN National Olympic Committee of Islamic Republic of Iran No. 44, 12th street Gandhi Avenue Tehran 15178 Contact: HE Mr Mohammad Ali Abadi President Tel: +98 21 8877 9136 Web: www.olympic.ir

IRAN

Olympic Academy of IRAN Enqelab Sports Complex Niayesh Highway, Vali Asr Ave Tehran 19199 Contact: Seyed Mostafa Hashemi Taba President Tel: +98-21-26216188 Web: www.olympicacademy.ir

Amateur Athletic Federation of I.R Iran Po Box 15875, Shahid Keshvari Sports Complex Tehran 6891 Contact: Seyed Mostafa Karimi President Tel: +98 21 2225 3194 Web: www.athletic.ir

Badminton Federation of the I.R. of Iran No. 14, Hejab Street, Keshavarz Blvd. Tehran Contact: Mehdi Karbasian President Tel: +98 21 8898 4439 Web: www.iranbadfed.com

Basketball Federation of I.R. of Iran Keshvari Sport Complex, Mirdamad Ave., South Razan St., P.O.Box 16313-1395 Tehran 1544 Contact: Mahmoud Mashhoon President Tel: +98 21 2225 8115 Web: www.iranbasketball.org

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The Baseball - Cricket Federation of Iran P.O. Box 15815-1881 Tehran Contact: Iqbal Sikander Development Officer Tel: + 98 21 830 7813 Web: http://irancricket.pib.ir

Cycling Federation of the I.R. Iran 3rd Floor, N째 10 - Varzandeh St., Shahid Mofateh Ave Tehran Contact: Amir Reza Vaezi Ashtiani President Tel: +98 21 8883 4710 Web: www.cfi.ir

Equestrian Federation of the Islamic Republic of Iran P.O.Box 19395/4755, Pasdaran, Avenue Bahurestan 8, #7 Tehran 1587 Contact: Mohhamad Reza Tabesh President Tel: +98 21 2255 6565 Web: www.feiri.ir

I.R. Iran Fencing Federation Dept. of International Affairs, P.O. Box 15815 Tehran 1881 Contact: Dr. Gholam Hossein Asgari President Tel: +98 21 8884 6904 Web: www.asianfencing.com

Islamic Republic of Iran Football Federation No. 2/2 Third St. Seoul Ave., 19958-73591 Tehran Contact: Kafashian Ali President Tel: +98 21 8821 3308 Web: www.ffiri.ir

Iran Hockey Federation Enghelab Sports Complex, Seoul Expressway Tehran 19956 Contact: Bahram Shafie President Tel: +98 21 2203 6162 Web: www.iranhockey.org


Iran Judo Federation P.O.Box.15815, Shahid Shiroodi Stadium Tehran 1881 Contact: Derakshan Mohammad President Tel: +98 21 882 8398

National University Sports Federation of I.R. Iran Ostad Nejatollahi, Havapeymaie Dead End Tehran Contact: Mahdi Talebpour President Tel: +98 21 8880 8115

Motorcycle and Automobile Federation of the Islamic Republic of Iran

Faculty of Physical Education and Sport Sciences, University of Tehran

Varzandeh St, P.O. BOX 15815 Tehran Contact: Ahmad Ghalebani President Tel: +98 21 8884 9181 Web: www.mafiri.ir

Kargar Shomali Avenue, 15th Street Tehran Tel: +98 21 802 1527 Web: www.ut.ac.ir/en/index.htm

Tennis Federation of the Islamic Republic of Iran Niayesh Highway / Valiasr Ave, Enghelab Sports Complex Tehran Contact: Martina Widjaja President Tel: +98 21 2203 90 96/7 Web: www.tennis.ir

Squash Federation I.R. Iran Enghlab Sport Complex, Niyaesh Ave. Tehran Contact: Hameed Ghasemi President Tel: +98 21 202 5858

I.R. Iran Amateur Swimming Federation Varzande Alley, Mofateh Avenue, P.O. Box 15815 Tehran 1881 Contact: Vahid Moradi Shahpar President Tel: +98 21 8884 8285

I.R. Iran Canoe, Kayak and Water Ski Federation No 78 Rahi Moayeri St, Dr Fatemi St, P.O.BOX 15815 Tehran 1881 Contact: Ahmad i Donyamal President Tel: +98 21 8801 3391

Dept of Physical Education, Faculty of literature and human science, Urmia University Contact: Narmin Ghanizadeh Attarzadeh Professor Tel: +98 441 336 4849 Web: www.urmia.ac.ir

IRINN - Iran News Network Jaam-e-Jam street Vali-e Asr Av Tehran Tel: +98 21 2201 3911 Web: www.irinn.ir

IRIB Digital Jaam-e-Jam street Vali-e Asr Av PO Box 19395 3333 Tehran Tel: +98 21 8877 1101 Web: www.irib.com

Press TV 6, East 2nd St., Farhang Blvd., Saadat Abad Tehran 19977-66411 Contact: Ali Saeidlou Head Tel: +98 21 2301 1130 Web: www.presstv.ir

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Faculty of Sports and Physical Education, Ferdowsi Unveristy Ferdowsi University Campus, Azadi Sq. Mashhad 9177948979 Contact: Professor Alireza Ashouri President Tel: +98 511 862 9581-2

Azadi Sport Complex Tehran Contact: Hassan Ziya Azari Manager Tel: +98 21 4473 9044 Web: www.azadisportcomplex.com

Iran TV-3 Sport Jaam-e-Jam street Vali-e Asr Av PO Box 19395 3333 Tehran Tel: +98 21 8877 1101 Web: www.irib.com/channels.ch3

Sahar TV Mansour Street, Shahid Motahhari Avenue Tehran Tel: +98 21 2216 2854 Web: www.sahartv.irib.ir

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IRAQ National Olympic Committee of Iraq PO Box 441 Baghdad +964 1 537 3218 Contact: Raad Hammoodi Salman AL-DULAIMI President Web: www.iraqiolympic.com

IRAQ

Iraqi Athletics Federation Al-Shaab Stadium, Zayona Str, PO Box 2249 Baghdad Contact: Talib Saffar Al-Hussan President Tel: +964 790 115 0803

Iraq Automobile and Touring Association Al-Mansour P.O.Box 6172 Baghdad Contact: Yassin Taha Shakir President Tel: +964 1 537 8274

Iraq Badminton Federation c/o Iraqi National Olympic Committee, PO Box 441, Palestine Street Baghdad Contact: Mazin Hadi Kezar President Tel: +964 1 774 8261

Iraq Basketball Federation c/o Iraq National. Olympic Committee, P.O. Box 441 Baghdad Contact: Hossein Mohammed Naji President Tel: +964 1 740 0159

Iraq Football Association Al-Shaab Stadium P.O. Box 484 Baghdad Contact: Najih Humoud President Tel: +964 1 774 3652

Iraq Tennis Federation P O Box 440 Baghdad Contact: Mr Hasanian F. Mulla President Tel: +964 1 774 8261

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Al Shaab Stadium Baghdad Physical Education college, University of Baghdad Jaderiyah Baghdad Tel: +964 1 778 4561 Web: www.uob.edu.iq

Collge of Physical Education, University of Mustansiriyah Baghdad Web: www.uomustansiriyah.edu.iq IMM - Iraqi Media Network Salhiya Baghdad Tel: +964 1 885 1526 Web: www.iraqimedianet.net

Al Sumariya TV Salhiya Baghdad Tel: +964 1 7170843 Web: www.alsumaria.tv

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ISRAEL The Olympic Committee of Israel P.O. Box 53310 Shitrit Street 2 Tel-Aviv 61533 Contact: Zvi Varshaviak President Tel: +972 3 649 8385 Web: olympic.tapuz.co.il

ISRAEL

The Israel Football Association Ramat-Gan Stadium 299 Aba Hilell Street Ramat-Gan 52134 Contact: Avi Luzon President Tel: +972 3 617 1500 Web: www.football.org.il

Israel Tennis Association 2 Shitrit Street Hader Yosef Tel-Aviv 69482 Contact: Ian Froman President Tel: +972 3 649 9440 Web: ita.one.co.il

Israeli Athletic Association PO Box 24190 Tel-Aviv Contact: Shlomo Ben Gal President Tel: +972 3 648 6256 Web: www.iaa.co.il

Eurosport 96, 142, 164-167, 168, 170, 171, 198, 207, 212 Total Sports Asia 97, 208, 213, 228-231

Ramat Gan Stadium 299 Aba Hillel Silver Street Tel-Aviv 68013 Tel: +972 3 675 2202

Nokia Arena Sport Palaces LTD 51,Yigal Alon St, P.O.Box 9228 Tel-Aviv 67062 Contact: Nir Perzina CEO Tel: +972 3 637 6000 Web: zahala@sportp.co.il

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ITALY The Ministy of Youth and Sport Viale dei Colli Portuensi, 345 Roma I-00151 Contact: Giovanna Melandri Minister Tel: +39 6 537 0332 Web: www.afsai.org

ITALY

Italian National Olympic Committe Largo Lauro De Bosis,15 Roma 1-0194 Contact: Giovanni Petrucci President Tel: +39 0636851 Web: www.coni.it

Federazione Ciclistica Italiana Stadio Olimpico – Curva Nord Cancello L – Porta 91 Roma I-00194 Contact: Renato Di Rocco President Tel: +39 6 3685 7253 Web: www.federciclisimo.it

Federazione Italiana Giuoco Calcio Via Gregorio Allegri 14 Roma I-00198 Contact: Giancarlo Abete President Tel: +39 6 8491 2542 Web: www.figc.it

Federazione Italiana Rugby Stadio Olimpico - Curva Nord Foro Italico Roma I-00194 Contact: Giancarlo Dondi President Tel: +39 6 4521 3102 Web: www.federugby.it

Federazione Italiana Sport Invernali Via Piranesi 44/B Milano I-20137 Contact: Giovanni Morzenti President Tel: +39 2 75 733 38 Web: www.fisi.org

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Sky Italia

Roma I-00191 Contact: Francesco Arese President Tel: +39 6 3685 6163 Web: www.fidal.it

Via Monte Penice 7 Milano 20138 Contact: Andrea Zappia VP Sport Channels Tel: +39 23 0801 2295 Web: www.skytv.it

Automobile Club d´Italia

Sportitalia c/o Interactivegroup

Via Marsala 8 Roma I-00185 Contact: Enrico Gelpi President Tel: +39 6 4998 2902 Web: www.aci.it

Via Tazzoli, 15 Milano I-20154 Contact: Cei Marco Producer Web: www.sportitalia.com

Treviso Sport Masters

Piazza Castello 16 Milano I-20121 Contact: Simona Govetosa Marketing & Communication Manager Web: www.eurosport.com

Via Nascimben, 1/b Treviso, 31100 Contact: Federico Fantini Director Tel: +39 041 234 6940 Web: www.mastersbs.it

Rai Sport Più TV Production, Largo Willy De Luca, 4 Roma I-00188 Contact: Mauro Masi General Manager (RAI TV) Web: www.raisport.rai.it

Eurosport Italy

Stadio Giuseppe Meazza (Stadio San Siro) Via Piccolomini, 5 Milano I-20121 Contact: Roberto Ruozi President Tel: +39 2 4871 3713 Web: www.sansiro.net


Stadio San Paolo

Torino Esposizioni (Ice hockey)

Pinerolo (Curling)

Pizzale Vincenzo Tecchio Napoli I-80125 Contact: Aurelio De Laurentiis President (SSC Napoli) Web: www.sscnapoli.it

Corso Massimo d’Azeglio 15 Torino 10126 Contact: Scamangas Myriam Press Office at Torino 2009 European Athletics Indoor Championship Press Office at Fidal Piemonte Tel: +39 11 112006

Palacurling Viale Grande Torino 1 Pinerolo 10064 Tel: +39 1 2136 1349 Web: www.comune.pinerolo.to.it/ curling

Stadio Olimpico Viale dei Gladiatori, 2 Roma I-00194 +39 6 36 851 Contact: Maurozio Cenci Stadium Manager (AS Roma) Web: www.asromacalcio.it

Stadio Artemio Franchi Viale Manfredo Fanti, 4 Firenze I-50137 Contact: Pantaleo Corvino Sport Director (ACF Fiorentina) Tel: +39 5 550 3011 Web: www.violachannel.tv

Stadio Olimpico di Torino Filadelfia, 96/B Torino I-10134 Contact: Alessio Secco Sport Director (Juventus FC) Tel: +39 1 165 631 Web: www.juventus.com

Autodromo Nazionale Monza (Monza Circuit) Via Vedano 5 Parco di Monza Monza 20052 Contact: Enrico Ferrari General Director Tel: +39 3 924 821 Web: www.monzanet.it

Oval Lingotto (Speed skating) Via Nizza 294 Torino 10126 Web: www.lingottofiere.it

Palasport Olimpico (Ice hockey) Corso Sebastopoli 123 Torino 10126 Contact: Prado Fernanda Graphic Designer / Venue Look Manager at TOROC

Palavela (Figure skating, short-track speed skating) Via Ventimiglia, 145 Torino 10127

Pragelato (Cross-country skiing, ski jumping and Nordic combined)

Web: www.comune.pragelato.to.it

CIES 60, 133, 134 Eurosport 96, 142, 164-167, 168, 170, 171, 198, 207, 212 Museos Deportivos 6, 101, 147, 192, 233-235

Bardonecchia (Snowboarding) Bardonecchia Snowpark Piazza Europa, 15 Bardonecchia 10052 Tel: +39 1 229 9137 Web: www.bardonecchiaski.com

Cesana Pariol (Luge, bobsleigh and skeleton) Pista di Cesana Pariol Cesana Torinese 10054 Contact: Stefano Bompard Venue Manager Tel: +39 1 228 9599

Pinerolo (Curling) Palacurling Viale Grande Torino 1 Pinerolo 10064 Tel: +39 1 2136 1349 Web: www.comune.pinerolo.to.it/ curling

Pragelato (Cross-country skiing, ski jumping and Nordic combined)

Web: www.comune.pragelato.to.it

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JAPAN Japanese Olympic Committee c/o Kishi Memorial Hall - 1-1-1 Jinnan Shibuya-Ku Tokyo 150-8050 Contact: Takeda Tsunekazu President Tel: +81 3 3481 2286 Web: www.jac.or.jp

JAPAN

Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology 3-2-2 Kasumigaseki, Chiyoda-ku Tokyo 100-8959 Contact: Ryu Kono Minister Tel: +81 3 5253 4111 Web: www.mext.go.jp/english

Japan Association of Athletics Federations (JAAF) c/o Kishi Memorial Hall 3F, 1-1-1 Jinnan, Shibuya-ku Tokyo105-8050 Contact: Yohei Kono President Tel: +81 3 3481 2300 Web: www.rikuren.or.jp/english

Japan Automobile Federation (JAF) Jidosha Kaikan 14F, 1-1-30 Shibdaimon, Minato-Ku Tokyo 105-0012 Contact: Setsuo Tanaka President Tel: +81 3 3578 4936 Web: www.jaf.or.jp

The Nippon Badminton Association (NBA) Kishi Memorial Stadium 3F, 1-1-1 Jinnan, Shibuya-ku Tokyo 150-8050 Tel: +81 3 3481 2382 Web: www.u-netsurf.ne.jp/nichiba

Japan Cycling Federation (JCF)

Japan Football Association

No.2 Nihon Jitensha Kaikan, 1-9-15 Akasaka, Minato-ku Tokyo 107-0052 Contact: Mr. Shoichi Iwadate President Tel: +81 3 3582 3713 Web: www.jcf.or.jp

JFA House Football Ave. Bunkyo-ku Tokyo 113-8311 Contact: Motoaki Inukai President Tel: +81 3 3830 2004 Web: www.jfa.or.jp/eng

Japan Equestrian Federation (JEF)

Kyobashi YS Bldg., Floor 2, 1-12-5, Kyobashi, Chuo-ku Tokyo

c/o Baji Chikusan Kaikan 6F, 2-6-16 Shinkawa, Chuo-ku Tokyo 04-0033 Contact: Dr Genshitsu Sen President Tel: +81 3 3297 5611 Web: www.equitation-japan.com

Federation Japonaise d’ Escrime (FJE)

c/o Kishi Memorial Hall 4F, 1-1-1 Jinnan, Shibuya-ku Japan Basketball Association Tokyo 5th Floor, Kishi Memorial Hall, 1-1-1, 105-8050 Jinnan, Shibuya-Ku Contact: Yamamoto Hideo Tokyo President 105-8050 Tel: +81 3 3481 2378 Contact: Kurayo Hazime Web: www.squash-japan.com Vice Chairman Web: www.npb.or.jp

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Japan Golf Association (JGA)

Japan Handball Association 1-1-1 Jinnan, Shibuya-ku Tokyo 150-8050 Tel: +81 3 3481 2361 Web: www.handball.jp/eng

Japan Hockey Association (JHA) c/o Kishi Memorial Hall 5F, 1-1-1 Jinnan, Shibuya-ku Tokyo 150-8050 Contact: Motohito Yoshida President Tel: +81 3 3481 2330 Web: www.hockey.or.jp


Japan Judo Federation

Japan Tennis Association

Biwako Seikei Sport College

C/o Kodokan Judo Institute, 16-30, Kasuga 1-chome, Bunkyo-ku Tokyo 112-0003 Contact: Yukimitsu Kano President Tel: +81 3 3818 4199 Web: www.judo.or.jp

C/o Kishi Memorial Hall, 1-1-1 Jinnan, Shibuya-ku Tokyo 150-8050 Contact: Masaaki Morita President Tel: +81 3 3481 2321 Web: www.tennis.or.jp

1204 Kitahira, Shiga-cho Shiga 520-0503 Contact: Minoru Iida President Tel: +81 77 596 8410 Web: www.bss.ac.jp

Japan Sailing Federation

J-League Professional Football League

Kishi Memorial Hall, 1-1-1 Jinnan, Shibuya-ku Tokyo 105-8050 Contact: Tatsumitsu Yamasaki President Tel: +81 3 3481 2357 Web: www.jsaf.or.jp

JFA House 9F, 3-10-15 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku Tokyo 113-0033 Contact: Kazuyuki Umino President Tel: +81 3 3830 2006 Web: www.j-league.or.jp

Ski Association of Japan

Suzuka Circuit (Race-use)

Kishi Memorial Hall 1-1-1 Jinnan, Shibuya-ku Tokyo 105-8050 Tel: +81 3 3481 2315 Web: www.ski-japan.or.jp

Suzuka International Racing Course, 8992 Ino-cho Suzuka Mie-ken S10-02 Contact: Hiroshi Oshima President Web: www.suzukacircuit.co.jp

Japan Squash Association 2F New Matsumoto Bld. 2-1-10, Sotokando, Chyodo-Ku Tokyo 101-0021 Contact: Totsumi Fujigasaki President Tel: +81 3 5256 0024 Web: www.squash-japan.com

Japan Swimming Federation (JASF)

National Agency for the Advancement of Sports and Health (NAASH) Olympic Stadium 10-2 Kasumigaoka, Shinjuku-ku Tokyo 160-0013 Tel: +81 33 403 1151 Web: www.naash.go.jp

Japan Institute Of Sports Sciences 3-15-1, Nishigaoka, Kita-ku Tokyo 115-0056 Contact: Yasutaka Iwagami Director General Tel: +81 3 5963 0200 Web: www.jiss.naash.go.jp/english

Japanese University Sports Board Japanese Olympic Committee, Kishi Memorial Hall 1-1-1 Jinnan, Shibuya-ku Tokyo 150-8050 Contact: Tanaka Hidetoshi Tel: +81 3 3481 2286 Web: www.joc.or.jp

Dept of Sport Behavioral Science, Nagoya University Furo-cho, Chikusa-ku Nagoya 464-8601 Contact: Tamotsu Nishida Prof. of Sport Psychology Tel: +81 52 789 2606 Web: www.educa.nagoya

c/o Kishi Memorial Hall, 1-1-1 Jinnan, Shibuya-ku Tokyo 150-8050 Contact: Toshihiro Hayashi President Tel: +81 3 3481 2306 Web: www.swim.or.jp

Sapporo Dome Co., Ltd. Sapporo Dome (Consadole Sapporo FC & Nippon Ham Fighters BC) 1-3 Hitsujigaoka, Toyohira-ku Sapporo 062-0045 Tel: +81 11 850 1000 Web: www.sapporo-dome.co.jp

National Institute of Fitness and Sports (NIFS)

Japan Taekwondo Federation

Tokyo Dome Corporation

Nippon Sport Science University

c/o Japanese Olympic Committee, 3F, 1-1-1 Jinnan Shibuya-ku Tokyo 105-8050 Contact: Noboru Kanehara President Tel: +81 3 3481 2732 Web: www.ajta.gr.jp

Tokyo Dome (Tokyo Yomiuri Giants BC) 3, Koraku 1-chome, Bunkyo-ku Tokyo 663-8152 Tel: +81 3 5800 9999 Web: www.tokyo-dome.co.jp

7-1-1 Fukasawa, Setagaya Tokyo 158-8508 Tel: +81 3 5706 0900 Web: www.nittai.ac.jp/eng

Kanoya Contact: Tetsuo Fukunaga President Web: www.nifs-k.ac.jp/english/ index.htm

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JAPAN Dept of Health and Sport Sciences, Graduate School of Medicine, Osaka University 2-2 Yamadaoka Suita Osaka 565-0871 Contact: Yoshinobu Ohira Prof. of Applied Physiology Web: www.med.osaka-u.ac.jp/index. html

Osaka University of Health and Sport 1-1 Asashirodai, Kumatori-cho, Sennan-gun Osaka 590-0496 Contact: Hirohide Nagayoshi President Tel: +81 72 453 7020 Web: www.ouhs.ac.jp

Dept of Health and Sport Sciences, University of Tokyo 7-3-1, Hongo, Bunkyo-ku Tokyo 113-8654 Contact: Hiroshi Komiyama President Tel: +81 3 5454 6133 Web: www.u-tokyo.ac.jp

School of Sports Science, Waseda University 1-104 Totsukamachi, Shinjuku-ku Tokyo 169-8050 Contact: Katsuhiko Shirai President Tel: +81 3 3202 8583 Web: www.waseda.jp/eng

Nippon Television FC Co Ltd 3294 Yanokuchi Inagi City Tokyo 206-0812 Fuji Television Network 2-4-8 Daiba, Minato-ku Tokyo 137 8088 Contact: Hisashi Hieda Chairman and CEO Tel: +81 3 5500 8888 / 8770 Web: www.fujitv.co.jp

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J-Sports

Sports Television Inc

2-4-24 Aomi, Koto-ku Tokyo 135-8668 Contact: Kazushige Sasajima President Tel: +81-3-5500-3488 Web: www.jsports.co.jp

Yatsuka Bldg - 7F Higashi-Azabu 1-3-8 Minato-Ku Tokyo 106-004 TV Asahi - Asahi National Broadcasting 6-9-1 Roppongi, Minato-ku Tokyo 106-8001 Contact: Michisada Hirose President and CEO Tel: +81 3 6406 1111 Web: www.tv-asahi.co.jp

Jupiter Golf Network Tokyo Opera City Tower, 35th Floor, Nishi Shinjuku, Shinjuku ku 3-20-2 Tokyo 163-1462 Contact: Tetsuro Takeoka President Tel: +81 3 5353 7050 / 5541 6886 Web: www.golfnetwork.co.jp

Nippon Television Network Corporation 1-6-1 Higashi Shimbashi, Minato-ku Tokyo 105-7444 Contact: Seiichiro Ujiie Executive Chairman Tel: +81 3 6215 1111 Web: www.ntv.co.jp/english/index. html

NHK – Japan Broadcasting Corporation 2-2-1 Jinnan, Shibuya-ku Tokyo 150-8001 Contact: Shigehiro Komaru President Tel: +81 3 5455 2109 Web: www.nhk.or.jp

TV Tokyo Channel 12 4-3-12 Toranomon, Minato-ku Tokyo 105-8012 Contact: Masayuki Shimada President Tel: +81 3 3432 1212 Web: www.tv-tokyo.co.jp

Fuji Television Network Tokyo 137 8088 Contact: Nakao Yoshinobu Tel: +81 1 8099 3188 Web: www.fujitv.co.jp/en

Sports-I Network Inc 3-35-8, Jingu-mae 3-chome, Shibuya-ku Tokyo 150-8509 Contact: Yoshitada Sonoda President Tel: +81 3 3497 9900 Web: www.sports-i.co

Sky A 2-248 Asahi Broadcasting, Kita Ku Oyodo Minami Osaka 531 Contact: Yoshio Mishimura President Web: www.sky-a.co.jp

Total Sports Asia 97, 208, 213, 228-231 Two up Front 57


JORDAN Jordan Olympic Committee PO Box 19258 Amman 11196 Contact: HRH Prince Faisal bin Al-Hussein President Tel: +962-6-5671171 Web: www.joc.jo

JORDAN

Jordan Athletic Federation PO Box 413, Sports Palace, Al- Hussein Youth City Amman Contact: Zeidan Alawin President Tel: +962 6 566 5362

Royal Automobile Club of Jordan Wadi Seer Cross Roads (8Th Circle), P.O. Box 920 Amman 11118 Contact: H.E. Walid Asfour President Tel: + 962 6 585 0626 Web: www.racj.com

Jordan Badminton Federation P.O. Box 961908, Tla’ Al Ali Amman 1119 Contact: Mr Mohammad Oda Al-Jbour President Tel: +962 6 4642 4449 Web: joc.jo/jordan badminton.shtm

Royal Jordanian Equestrian Federation Sport City, Gate #6, Opposite Minstry of Interior Amman 11183 Contact: HRH Prince Faisal bin Al-Hussein Tel: +962 6 565 0821

Jordan Football Assciation Al-Hussein Youth City P.O. Box 962024 Amman 11193 Contact: HRH Prince Faisal bin Al-Hussein Tel: +962 6 565 7662 Web: www.jfa.com.jo

Jordan Squash Association El - Hassan Squash Centre, El – Hussien Youth City, PO Box 962668 Amman 11196 Contact: Anas Al-Tal President Tel: +962 6 569 0840

Jordan Swimming Federation P.O. Box 183156 Amman 11118 Contact: Jackleen Khoury President Tel: +962 6 568 6157

Jordan Tennis Federation Sport City /Gate 4/5, PO Box 961046 Amman 11196 Contact: Hazem Adas President Tel: +962 6 568 2796 International Stadium Sport City Amman 11196

Sports Federation of Jordanian Universities SFJU Chairman Al-Balqa’ Applied University Al Salt 19117 Contact: Abdul Haklim Wriekat President Tel: +962 2 353 2068

ATV PO Box 3535 Amman 11821 Contact: Talal Awamleh CEO Tel: +962 6 550 1555 Web: www.atv.jo

Total Sports Asia 97, 208, 213, 228-231

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KAZAKHSTAN National Olympic Committee of Republic of Kazakhstan 77, Zhambyl street Almaty 50000 Contact: Mr Temirkhan Dosmukhambetov President Tel: +7 7272 935 331 Web: www.olympic.kz

KAZAKHSTAN

Ministry of Tourism and Sports 33, Abai Ave. Astana 10000 Contact: Mr. Temirkhan Dosmukhambetov Minister Tel: +7 7172 75 31 35

Kazakhstan Cycling Federation 28”B” Druzhby St. Astana 10000 Contact: Mr. Daniyal Akhmetov President Tel: +7 172 282 043

Equestrian Federation of The Republic of Kazakhstan Osennyaya Almaty 50037 Contact: Alexandr Machkevitch President Tel: +7 7273 849 928 Web: www.kazequestrian.org

Football Federation of Kazakhstan Satpayev Street 29/3 Almaty 50012 Contact: Adilbek Dzhaksybekov President Tel: +7 7272 924 492

Ski Association of the Republic of Kazakhstan 15, Satpayev str., office 509-510 Almaty Tel: +7 7272 509 653

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Swimming Federation of the Republic of Kazakhstan

Student Sports Federation of the Republic of Kazakhstan

48 Abay Avenue Central Swimming Pool Almaty 50022 Contact: Andrey Kryukov President Tel: +7 7272 920 476

83/83 Abal Av., Kazakh Academy of Sport and Tourism Almaty Contact: Kairat Zakiryanov President Tel: +7 7272 920 756 Web: www.kazacademsport.kz

Taekwondo Federation of The Republic of Kazakhstan

Khabar TV

Office “TOO BALSHAM”, Micro district Almagul, 258 B Gagarin Street Astana Contact: Isabekov Shamsat Zhaksylikovich President Tel: +7 7272 703 740

Federation of Tennis of the Republic of Kazakhstan 14 Irchenko Street Astana 100000 Contact: Bulat Utemuratov President Tel: +7 7172 390 558

13 Republic Plaza, 6th Floor Almaty 480013 Contact: Gulnara Mustakhimovna General Director Tel: +7 3272 638 269 Web: www.khabar.kz

Alma TV Cable Network 23 Aitieva St Almaty 480096 Contact: Natalya Basalayeva Managing Director Tel: +8 3272 638 269 Web: www.caspionet.kz

Total Sports Asia 97, 208, 213, 228-231


MALAYSIA Olympic Committee of Malaysia

MALAYSIA

Mezzanine Floor – Wisma OCM Hang Jebat Road Kuala Lumpur 50150 Contact: HRH Prince Tunku Imran President Tel: +60 3 2078 7648 Web: www.olympic.org.my

Ministry of Youth and Sports KBS Tower, 27 Persiaran Perdana, Precint 4 Kuala Lumpur 62570 Contact: Sri Ismail Sabri Bin Yaakob Minister Tel: +60 3 8871 3333

Malaysia Amateur Athletic Union c/o Majlis Sukan Negara, Kompleks Sukan Negara Contact: Shahidan Kassim President Tel: +60 3 9057 2119

The Automobile Association of Malaysia Block E-7-4, Megan Avenue 1, 189 Jalan Tun Razak Kuala Lumpur 50400 Contact: H. H. Tunku Mudzaffar Chairman Tel: +60 3 2161 2172 Web: www.aam.org.my

Badminton Association of Malaysia Stadium Juara, Kompleks Sukan Bukit Kiara, Jalan 1/70D Bukit Kiara 60000 Kuala Lumpur Kenny Goh Contact: Dato’ Sri Mohd Nadzmi Mohd Salleh President Tel: +60 3 2093 9220 Web: www.bam.org.my

Equestrian Association of Malaysia A12-3A Jalam Selaman 1/1, Dataran Palma 68000 Ampang Selangor Contact: Dr Jamaluddin Dato Mohammed Jarjis President Tel: +60 3 4270 6847

Malaysia Fencing Association P.O. Box 8486, Kelana Jaya Selangor Darul Ehsan 47301 Petaling Jaya Contact: Ahmad Farik President Tel: +60 3 7877 8464 Web: members.tripod.com/~leongpc/ fencing/Mff.html

Football Association of Malaysia Wisma FAM Jalan SS5A/9 Kelana Jaya 47301 Petaling Jaya Contact: HRH Sultan Ahmad Shah President Tel: +60 3 7873 3100 Web: www.fam.org.my

Malaysia Basketball Association

Malaysian Handball Federation

12th floor, MABA Building, 6, Jalan Hang Jebat 50150 Kuala Lumpur Contact: Sri Tiong King Sing JP President Tel: +60 3 2072 5185 Web: www.maba.com.my

1st-3rd floor, No. 80&82, Jalan SS 21/62, Damansara Utama Selangor 47400 Petaling Jaya Tel: +60 3 7710 1500

Malaysian Hockey Association 2nd Floor, National Hockey Stadium, Bukit Jalil 57000 Kuala Lumpur Contact: HRH Tengku Abdullah Ahma Shah President Tel: +60 3 8998 6195

Malaysia Judo Federation Lot 2, 1st Floor, Wisma O.C.M. Jalan Hang Jebat, 5 Contact: Dato` Mohamad Taufik Bin Haji Omar President Tel: +60 3 2078 9740

Squash Rackets Association of Malaysia Pusat Skuasy Nasional Kompleks Sukan Negara Bukit Jalil Sri Petaling 57000 Kuala Lumpur Contact: Abdullah Sani Karim President Tel: +60 3 8996 3964 Web: www.malaysiasquash.com

Amateur Swimming Union of Malaysia Pusat Akuatik Nasional Kompleks Sukan Negara Bukit Jalil Kuala Lumpur 57700 Kuala Lumpur Contact: Shahidan Kassim President Tel: +60 3 8996 1755 Web: www.malaysiaswimming.org

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MALAYSIA Malaysia Taekwondo Association

Media Prima

1st Fl, Wisma O.C.M, Jalan Hang Jebat 50150 Kuala Lumpur Contact: YM Raja Bin Raja Dato’ Nong Chik Taharudin President Tel: +60 3 2078 5041

Sri Pentas No3 Persiaran Bandar Utama – Bandar Utama Petaling Jaya 47800 Contact: Abdul Rahman Ahmad Group Managing Director / CEO Tel: +60 3 7726 6333 Web: www.mediaprima.com.my

Lawn Tennis Association of Malaysia National Tennis Centre Jalan Duta 50480 Kuala Lumpur Contact: Bhg. Datuk Abdul Razak. Latiff President Tel: +60 3 6201 6173

Malaysian Yachting Association C/o Regency Tanjung Tuan Beach Resort, Batu 5 Jalan Pantai 71050 Port Dickson Negeri Sembilan Darul Khusus Contact: Muhammad Ali Hashim President Tel: +60 6 646 3643

ABU (Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union) Asian-Pacific Broadcasting Union PO Box 12287, Kuala Lumpur 50772 Malaysia Contact: Javad Mottaghi Secretary-General Tel: +60 3 2282 3592 Web: www.abu.org.my

Astro All Asia Broadcast Centre, Technology Park Malaysia, Lebuhraya Puchong-Sg Besi Bukip Jalil Kuala Lumpur 57000 Contact: Robert Odendal CEO Tel: +60 3 9543 4188 Web: www.astroplc.com

MCOM Media 51B, Jln USJ 10/1, UEP Subang Jaya Subang Jaya, Selangor 47620 Tel: +60356357156 Web: www.mcommedia.com

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NasionCom 5-5 The Boulevard, Mid Valley City Lingkaran Syed Putra Kuala Lumpur 59200 Contact: Peter Tham Kok Rahim Group Managing Director Tel: +60 3 2297 7733 Web: www.nasiocom.com.my

Natseven TV – NTV7 no 7, Jalan Jurubina U1/18, HicomGlenmarie Industrial Park, Selangor Darul Ehsan Shan Alam 40150 Contact: Armin Awaluddin CEO Tel: +60 3 55 69 1777 Web: www.ntv7.com.my

Radio Television Malaysia – RTM Sports Unit TV Dept of Broadcasting – Level 2 LBC Building, Jabatan Penyiaran Malaysia, Angkasapuri Kuala Lumpur 50614 Contact: Norhyati Ismail Director General Tel: +60 3 2282 5333 Web: www.rtm.net.my

Sports & Events Network 13A-16, Jalan Cempaka SD 12/2, Bandar Sri Damansara Kuala Lumpur 52200 Contact: En. Zainal Abidin Senior Manager Tel: +60 3 6272 6363 Web: www.sen.com.my

System Televisyen Malaysia – TV3 Sri Pentas No3 Persiaran Bandar Utama - Bandar Utama Petaling Jaya 47800 Contact: Anwar Jamalullail Chairman Tel: +60 3 7726 6333 Web: www.tv3.com.my

Telekom Malaysia Level 51 North wing, Menara TM, Jalan Pantai Baharu Kuala Lumpur 50672 Contact: Tan Sri Dato Chairman Tel: +60 3 2240 1221 Web: www.tm.com.my

Total Sports Asia 97, 208, 213, 228-231


MEXICO Comité Olímpico Mexicano Apartado postal 36 024 Av. del Conscripto y Anillo Perif Lomas de Sotelo, Mexico City 11200 Contact: Felipe Muñoz Kapamas President Tel: +52 55 2122 0200 Web: www.com.org.mx

MEXICO

Comité Organizador de los Juegos Panamericanos Guadalajara 2011 Pablo Neruda 3232 Col. Providencia 1a Sección Guadalajara 44630 Contact: Andrade Carlos Director General Tel: +52 33 1404 1414 Web: www.guadalajara2011.org.mx

Federación Mexicana de Fútbol Asociación, A.C. Colima No. 373 Colonia Roma Delegación Cuauhtémoc, Mexico City 6700 Contact: Justino Compean President Tel: +52 55 5241 0166 Web: www.femexfut.org.mx

Federacion Mexicana de Atletismo Ave Periferico y Conscripto S/N Col. Lomas de Sotelo (COM) Del Miguel Hidalgo Mexico City Contact: Antonio Lozano Pineda President Tel: +52 55 5557 8991 Web: www.memeat.org.mx

Automóvil Club de México Av.Gabriel Mancera 320-A PB Col. del Valle Mexico City 3100 Contact: Michel Boeri President Tel: +52 55 5488 6600

Estadio Tecnológico de Monterrey Calle Junco de la Vega y Avenue Manuel Barragán Monterrey, Colonia Tecnológico 64830 Tel: +52 (0)181 8347 2274

Estadio Azteca

Estadio La Bombonera

Calzada de Tlalpan 34000 Mexico City, Santa Ursula Coapa 8450 Contact: Alejandro De Haro Lebrija President Tel: +52 55 5487 3136

Felipe Villanueva 300 Constituyentes, De San Bernardino Toluca De Lerdo 50080 Tel: +52 72 2215 5149

Auditorio Nacional

Porifirio Diaz 38 Col. Insurgentes San Borja Mexico City 3100 Tel: +52 55 5584 0671 Web: www.universidadde delporte.com

Paseo de la Reforma 50 Chapultepec Mexico City Tel: +52 55 9138 1350

Federación Mexicana de Polo

Palacio de los Deportes

Mexico City Contact: Rogelio Igartua President Tel: +52 55 5803 0176 Web: www.polopanama.com/ federaciones.html

Lote 2, 465 Avenida Añil Granjas México Mexico City 8400 Tel: +52 55 5648 1019

Universidad del Deporte

Museos Deportivos 6, 101, 147, 192, 233-235

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NETHERLANDS NETHERLANDS

Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport Parnassusplein 5 Den Haag 2511 VX Contact: Abraham Klink Minister Tel: +31 70 340 7911 Web: www.minvws.nl

Nederlands Olympisch Comité Nederlandse Sport Federatie P.O. Box 302 Arnhem 6800 AH Contact: André BOLHUIS President Tel: +31 26 483 4647 Web: www.nocnsf.nl

Koninklijke Nederlandse Voetbalbond Woudenbergseweg 56-58 P.O. Box 515 Zeist 3700 AM Contact: Michael Van Praag President Tel: +31 34 349 9201 Web: www.knvb.nl

Koninklijke Nederlandse Lawn Tennis Bond P.O. Box 1617 Amersfoort 3800 BP Contact: Karin Van Bijsterveld President Tel: +31 33 454 2600 Web: www.knltb.nl

Koninklijke Nederlandse Atletiek Unie Postbus 60100 Papendallan 60 Arnhem Contact: Theo Hoex President Tel: +31 26 483 4800 Web: www.atletiek.nl

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Nederlands Handbal Verbond

RTL Nederland

P.O. Box 64 Oosterbeek 6860 AB Contact: Henk Van Vliet President Tel: +31 26 707 1424 Web: www.handbal.nl

PO Box 15016 Hilversum 1200 Contact: Frank Verzantvoort Head of Sports Tel: +31 35 6718 754 Web: www.rtl.nl

Koninklijke Nederlandsche Wielren Unie

ArenA Boulevard 1 Amsterdam Zuidoost 1101 AX Contact: Dolf Pel Stadium Manager Tel: +31 20 311 1333 Web: www.advisory.amsterdam.nl

P.O. Box 2661 Nieuwegein 3430 GB Contact: Marcel J.G Wintels President Tel: +31 30 751 3300 Web: www.knwu.nl

Koninklijke Nederlandsche Automobiel Club Wassenaarseweg 220 Den Haag 2596 EC Contact: R.S Croll President Tel: +31 70 383 1612 Web: www.knac.nl

NOS PO Box 26600 Hilversum 1202 Contact: Jan De Jong Managing Director Tel: +31 35 677 4539 Web: www.football.no

Amsterdam ArenA Advisory

Stadion Feijenoord / Stadion De Kuip Van Zandvlietplein 1 Rotterdam 3077 AA Contact: Jan van Merwijk General Manager Tel: +31 10 492 9444 Web: www.dekuip.nl

Eurosport 96, 142, 164-167, 168, 170, 171, 198, 207, 212 Unique Venues of London 128, 130, 139


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NEW ZEALAND SPARC (Sport & Recreation New Zealand) Ground floor, AMP Building 86 Customhouse Quay Wellington 6140 Contact: Murray McCully Minister Tel: +64 4 472 8058 Web: www.sparc.org.nz

New Zealand Olympic Committee TSB Bank Arena 4 Queens Wharf Wellington 6011 Contact: Mike Stanley President Tel: +6443850070 Web: www.olympic.org.nz

New Zealand Football North Harbour Stadium, Oteha Valley Road P.O. Box 301-043 Albany, Auckland Contact: Frank Van Hattum President Tel: +64 9 414 0175 Web: www.nzfootball.co.nz

Snow Sports New Zealand 33-35 Reece Crescent P.O. Box 395 Wanaka Contact: Ross Palmer CEO Tel: +64 3 443 4085 Web: www.snowsports.co.nz

New Zealand Rugby Union P.O. Box 2172 Wellington Contact: John Sturgeon President Tel: +64 4 499 4995 Web: www.nzru.co.nz

Tennis New Zealand P.O. Box 18 308, Scarbo Tennis Centre 69 Merton Road, Glen Innes Auckland 1743 Contact: David Patterson President Tel: +64 9 528 5428 Web: www.tennisnz.com

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Yachting New Zealand P.O. Box 91 209 Victoria Street West Auckland 1142 Contact: Jan Dawson President Tel: +64 9 361 1471 Web: www.yachtingnz.org.nz

Swimming New Zealand Pelorus Trust Sport House 93 Hutt Park Road Seaview 5012 Contact: Murray Coulter President Tel: +64 4 560 0345 Web: www.swimmingnz.org.nz

New Zealand Cricket P.O. Box 958 Christchurch Contact: Justin Vaughan CEO Tel: +64 3 366 2964 Web: www.blackcaps.co.nz

TVNZ 100 Victoria Street West P.O.Box 3819, Shortland Street Auckland 1140 Contact: Stu Dennison Executive Producer Sport Tel: +64 9 916 7000 Web: www.tvnz.co.nz

SKY NZ P.O. Box 9059 Newmarket, Auckland Contact: Peter Macourt Chairman Tel: +64 9 525 5555 Web: www.skytv.co.nz

Eden Park Stadium Private Bag 56906 Kingsland, Auckland Contact: John Alexander CEO, Eden Park Management Team Tel: +64 9 815 5551 Web: www.edenpark.co.nz

Velocity Brand Management 63, 66-69, 70, 98


NIGERIA Nigeria Olympic Committee P.O. Box 3156 GPO Marina Lagos Contact: Sani Ndanusa President Tel: +234 1 585 0529

Nigeria Football Federation

NIGERIA

Plot 2033, Olusegun Obasanjo Way Zone 7, Wuse Abuja Garki, Abuja 5101 Contact: Aminu Maigari President Tel: +234 9 523 7326

Nigeria Basketball Federation (NBBF) c/o Indoor Sports Hall, National Stadium Complex P.O. Box 145 Surulere, Lagos Contact: Mallam Tijjani Umar President Tel: +234 1 819 6337

Abuja National Stadium The Federal Capital Territory Abuja Contact: Victor Osunsanmi Stadium Manager

Hally Sports International Ltd 91

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NORWAY Norwegian Olympic and Paralympic Committee and Confederation of Sports Oslo 840 Contact: Mr Børre ROGNLIEN President Tel: +47 21 029 000 Web: www.idrett.no

NORWAY

Norges Fotballforbund Serviceboks 1 Ullevål Stadion Oslo 840 Contact: Yngve Hallèn President Tel: +47 21 029 300 Web: www.fotball.no

The Norwegian Ski Federation Sognsveien 75 J Ullevål Stadion Oslo 840 Contact: Sverre K Seeberg President Tel: +47 21 029 000 Web: www.skiforbundet.no

Norges Luftsportforbund Rådhusgaten 5 B inngang Dronningens gt. Oslo 102 Contact: Otto Lagarhus President Tel: +47 23 010 450 Web: www.nak.no

Norges Cykleforbund P.O. Box 170 Rud 1309 Contact: Harald Tiedemann Hansen President Tel: +47 67 804 920 Web: www.sykling.no

Norges Håndballforbund Sognsveien 75 A Oslo 840 Contact: Karl-Arne Johannessen President Tel: +47 21 029 000 Web: www.handball.no

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Norges Automobil-Forbund Østensjøveien 14 Pb. 6682 Etterstad Oslo 609 Contact: Høyesterettsadvokat Magne Revheim President Tel: +47 92 608 505 Web: www.naf.no

Norges Ishockeyforbund Sognsvn. 75 J Ullevål Stadion Oslo 840 Contact: Ole-Jacob Libæk President Tel: +47 21 029 000 Web: www.hockey.no

Norges Bandyforbund (Hockey) Serviceboks 1 Ullevål Stadion Oslo 840 Contact: Abdul Farooq President Tel: +47 21 029 570 Web: www.bandyforbundet.no/hockey

Norwegian School of Sport Sciences (Norges Idrettshøgskole) P.O. Box 4014 Ullevål Stadion Oslo 806 Contact: Sigmund Loland Chancellor Tel: +47 23 262 000 Web: www.nih.no

NRK Bjørnstjerne Bjørnsons plass Oslo 362 Contact: Gro Holm Director for News, Sports and Regions Department Tel: +47 23 047 000 Web: www.nrk.no

EUROSPORT Norge AS Gaustadalléen 21 Oslo 349 Contact: Rolf Kåre Valderhaug Tel: +47 22 958 452 Web: www.eurosport.no


TV 2 Norway

Hafjell Alpine Centre

Nostegaten 72 Bergen 5020 Contact: Rune Andersen Manager Tel: +47 55 908 070 Web: www.tv2.no

Hafjell Alpinsenter Øyer 2636 Tel: +47 61 274 700 Web: www.hafjell.no

Norwegian Broadcasting Corp

Lillehammer Olympiapark AS, Håkons Hall Postboks 183 Lillehammer 2801 Tel: +47 61 054 200 Web: www.olympiaparken.no

Bj Bjoernsens Pl 1 Oslo 340 Contact: Rune Haug Head of Sport Tel: +47 23 047 000 Web: www.nrk.no

Bislett Stadion (Formerly Speed Skating, now Football) Bislett Oslo Contact: Eilif Holte Chairman Tel: +47 23 462 000 Web: www.idrettsetaten.oslo. kommune.no/bislett_stadion

Akeforeningen (Bobsleigh Course) P.O. Box 19 Slemdal Oslo 321 Contact: Harald Rolfsen Chairman Tel: +47 22 490 121 Web: www.akeforeningen.no

Holmenkollen Ski Jump Stortingsgaten 12 Oslo 161 Contact: Julien De Smidt Director Tel: +47 21 518 148 Web: blog.jdsa.us

Håkons Hall Olympiaparken, Håkons Hall Gamle Nordsetervegen 45 Lillehammer 2609 Tel: +47 61 054 200 Web: www.olympiaparken.no

Lysgårdsbakkene Ski Jumping Arena

Lillehammer Olympiapark AS, Håkons Hall Postboks 183 Lillehammer 2801 Tel: +47 61 054 200 Web: www.olympiaparken.no

Jordal Amfi (Indoor skating hall and sports arena) Jordalgata 12 Ensje Oslo 657 Tel: +47 22 680 532 Web: www.vif-hockey.no

Ullevaal Stadion Sognsveien 75 J Oslo 840 Contact: Kjell Borgersen Stadium Manager Tel: +47 21 029 278 Web: www.ullevaal-stadion.no

Eurosport 96, 142, 164-167, 168, 170, 171, 198, 207, 212

Birkebeineren Skistadion Lillehammer Olympiapark AS, Håkons Hall Postboks 183 Lillehammer 2801 Tel: +47 61 054 200 Web: www.olympiaparken.no

Kanhugen Freestyle Arena Lillehammer Olympiapark AS, Håkons Hall Postboks 183 Lillehammer 2801 Tel: +47 61 054 200 Web: www.olympiaparken.no

Vallhall Arena P.O. Box 6438 Etterstad Oslo 605 Tel: +47 23 247 840 Web: www.vallhall.no

Valle Hovin (Speed Skating Ice Rink) Innspurten Oslo 663 Tel: +47 23 462 119 Web: www.vallehovin.no

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PAKISTAN Pakistan Olympic Association Olympic House - Hameed Nizami Road (Temple Road) 2 Lahore 54000 Contact: Lt. Gen. Syed Arif Lt Gen Syed Hasan President Tel: +92 42 637 0589 Web: www.poa.org.pk

PAKISTAN

Ministry of Sports 11th Floor, Green Trust Tower, Jinnah Avenue Road Islamabad Contact: Mian Shamim Haider Minister Tel: +92 51 920 2680 Web: www.pakistan. gov.pk/ministries/index. jsp?MinID=43&cPath=713

Pakistan Badminton Federation 55 Lawrence Road Lahore Contact: Aamer Hayat Khan Rokhri President Tel: +92 42 631 3751 Web: www.pakistanbadminton.org

Pakistan Cricket Board Gaddafi Stadium Lahore Contact: Zaka Ashraf Chairman Tel: +92 42 571 7231-4 Web: www.pcb.com.pk

Pakistan Cycling Federation 335 - Sector S - Phase II, Defence Housing Authority Lahore Contact: Nouraiz Shakoor Khan President Tel: +92 54 2921 1211

Pakistan Hockey Federation National Hockey Stadium, Ferozepur Road Lahore 54600 Contact: Qazim Zia President Tel: +92 42 575 2180 Web: www.phf.com.pk

Motorsport Association of Pakistan B-14 Block A, S. M. C . H. Karachi Contact: Tausif H. Agha President Tel: +92 21 111 000 862 Web: www.motorsportpakistan.com

Pakistan Squash Federation

Air H.Q. (Unit), Sector E / 9, PAF Complex Islamabad Equestrian Federation Geo Television Network of Pakistan 5th floor Jang Printing House I.I. C/o the President’s Body Guard, Near Chundrigar Road Qasim Market, P.O. Box 837 Karachi Rawalpindi 75400 Contact: Lt. Gen.Syef Arif Hasan Tel: +92 21263 7111 President Web: www.geo.tv Tel: +92 51 927 0256

Pakistan Television Corporation Ltd – PTV Federal Television Comples – Constitution Avenue Shalimar F-5/1 PO Box 1221 Islamabad Contact: Shahid Rafi Chairman Tel: +92 51 920 8651/2194 Web: www.ptv.com.pk

Shalimar Television Network – STN 36, Sector H9 Islamabad Contact: Shahid Rafi Chairman Tel: +92 51 925 7396 400 Web: www.stn.com.pk

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POLAND

POLAND

Warsaw – the unique city hosting the unique sport event! In the eve of UEFA EURO 2012™ it’s worth find out more about the flourishing metropolis chosen to be the heart of the biggest football enterprise in Europe. To learn more about Warsaw, please visit the official websites: www.um.warszawa.pl/en http://uefaeuro2012.um.warszawa.pl/.

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Press Department, Warsaw City Council 3/5 Bankowy Sq., 00-950 Warsaw t. (+48 22) 443 34 74 e. press.euro2012@ um.warszawa.pl (FTP) http://prasowy. um.warszawa.pl/euro2012


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POLAND Warsaw, the capital city of Poland is well-known for a multitude of reasons. Its colorful history, full of political breakthroughs and heroic efforts to become an integral part of the European culture has been known to the public for many years. Today, after many years of intensive and arduous work, Warsaw finally stands a chance to show the world its new, charming image. As one of UEFA EURO 2012™ host-cities Warsaw will become an arena where Europe’s top football teams will compete and it will be a place integrating thousands of fans. There is no time to lose! The Capital City’s preparations for UEFA EURO 2012TM have entered their decisive phase – 200 days before the kick-off

of the tournament most of the investments are in progress, while many have been completed. Despite the limitations enforced by the crisis, the cost of projects implemented in Warsaw by central, city, and provincial institutions will amount to a total of PLN 17 billion, of which about 40 city investments connected with the preparations will cost about PLN 6 billion. THE NATIONAL STADIUM The construction of the National Stadium, managed by Narodowe Centrum Sportu (The National Sports Centre) is nearing its end. The stadium will accommodate 58 thousand spectators. The official opening will take place in November 2011.

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Author: Zbigniew Panow WHAT WILL WARSAW OFFER TO FANS? Warsaw is getting prepared to receive – on matchdays – up to 150 thousand fans from this country and abroad; on other days there will be about 30-50 thousand visitors. In late November 2010, the City Office submitted to UEFA the Host City concept, outlining the principles of fan zone organisation, the promotion programme, and decorations. The selected location for the Warsaw Fan Zone is Defilad Square around the Palace of Culture and Science – the very heart of the city. It has all the necessary infrastructure allowing the organisation of a Zone for over 100 thousand spectators, and a City Media Centre. For the entire duration of the Tournament, football, sporting emotions and great, unforgettable fun will be the most important things in the zone. The City will provide accommodation for the so-called “UEFA family” and fans. Warsaw has nearly 33 thousand beds, including 22 thousand in the hotels. The entire Masovia region provides further 26 thousand, including 9 thousand in hotels. The city also supports the organisation of a tent fancamp for 5 thousand people by one of the sponsors of EURO 2012. The fans who will come to EURO 2012 will also be given an opportunity to take advantage of the accommodation base in the neighbouring Łódzkie and Lubelskie Provinces. Within 2hours’ driving distance from Warsaw there will be over 85 thousand beds available. Most of the accommodation will be available through a reservation system “Polish Pass” which will be created and which will enable a purchase of railway and public transport tickets as well as insurance.

FAN ZONE Plac Defilad around the Palace of Culture and Science is a location of Fan Zone in Warsaw– the exact center of the city. Supporters area surface will cover approximately 120 thousand square meters and will be able to adopt about 100 thousand spectators on match days. On the days when no matches will be played in Warsaw, we expect 20 - 30 thousand fans. The Fan Zone will include: zz 2 scenes and 8 large screens zz All entertainment activities sponsors zz All catering of the area. 7.000 m2 zz Souvenirs Official UEFA EURO 2012 ™ zz Press Center City - Host platform for TV stations zz2-4 solid points in 40 professional medical and first aid patrols Fan Zone will start operating on the eve of the opening of the tournament - June 7, 2012 in the chair. 17.00 and probably wound up on July 2 at noon, the day after the final match in Kiev. It will be open from h. 10 to 1 am, in the finest days of match up to 4 in the morning. In Fan Zone every day, even on days when no matches are played at the National Stadium, will be held promotional sponsors, and many entertainment events. In this area throughout the duration of the tournament will be the most important football, sports, and great excitement, unique entertainment. Don’t waste your time! Become one of those who will discover new image of the capital city of Poland! Come and fall in love with Warsaw.

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POLAND POLAND POLAND

Ministry of Sport and Tourism ul. Senatorska 14 Warszawa 00-082 Contact: Ewa Suska Director, Department of International Cooperation Tel: +48 22 244 3102 Web: www.msport.gov.pl

Polish Olympic Committee Wybrzeze Gdynskie 4 Warszawa 01-531 Contact: Andrzej KraÐnicki President Tel: +48 22 560 3700 Web: www.pkol.pl

Polski Zwizek Piłki Nonej (Polish Football Association) Bitwwy Warszawskiej 1920 r. 7 Warszawa 02-366 Contact: Lato Grzegorz President Tel: +48 22 551 2315 Web: www.pzpn.pl

Polski Zwiazek Lekkiej Atletyki (Polish Athletics Association) Kopernika 30 Warszawa Contact: Jerzy Skucha President Tel: +48 22 829 8783 Web: www.pzla.pl

Zwiazek Pilki Recznej W Polsce (Polish Handball Assoication)

Polski Zwizek Motorowy (Polish Automobile & Motorcycle Federation) Zarzd Główny ul. Kazimierzowska 66 Warszawa 02-518 Contact: Andrzej Witkowski President Tel: +48 22 849 93 61 Web: www.pzm.pl

TVP Sport - Telewizja Polska S.A ul. J.P. Woronicza 17 Warszawa 00-999 Contact: Romuald Orzeł General director Tel: (22) 547 85 15

Polsat Sport

ul.Tamka 3 Warszawa 00-349 Contact: Andrzej Kranicki President Tel: +48 22 892 9012 Web: www.zprp.pl

ul. Ostrobramska 77 Warszawa 04-175 Contact: Marian Kimita Director Web: http://polsatsport.pl/

Polski Zwiazek Narciarski (Polish Ski Association)

Office for Euro 2012 Długi Targ 39/40 Gdask 80-831 Contact: Piotr Soyka Chairman of the Euro 2012 Tel: +48 (058) 526 81 09 Web: www.baltic-arena.eu

ul. Mieszczanska 18 / 3 Krakow 30-313 Contact: Apoloniusz Tajner Chairman Tel: +48 12 260 9972 Web: www.pzn.pl

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Baltic Arena (Gdask)

National Stadium (Warszawa) EURO 2012 Warsaw Plac Bankowy 3/5 Warszawa 00-950 Contact: Jacek Wojciechowicz Deputy Mayor Warszawy, President of Team Tel: +22 443 10 14 Web: www.um.warszawa.pl/euro2012

Stadion Wrocław Office for EURO 2012 ul. Ofiar Owicimskich 36 Wrocław 50-059 Contact: Hanna Domagała Director of the Office for EURO 2012 Tel: +48 71 787 63 10 Web: www.2012.wroc.pl

Eurosport 96, 142, 164-167, 168, 170, 171, 198, 207, 212


PORTUGAL Portugese Olympic Committee Travessa da Memoria no. 36 Contact: José Vicente Moura President Tel: +351 21 361 7260 Web: www.comiteolimpico portugal.pt

Portugese Golf Federation v.das Túlipas, 6Edif.Miraflores, 17 Alges 1495 - 161 Contact: Manuel A de Sousa President Tel: +351 21 412 3780 Web: www.fpg.pt

Portugese Athletics Federation Largo da Lagoa, 15 B Linda-a-Velha 2799-538 Contact: Fernando Mota President Tel: +351 21 414 6020 Web: www.fpatletismo.pt

Portugese Cycling Federation Rua de Campolide, nº 237 Lisboa 1070-030 Contact: Artur Moreira Lopes President Tel: +351 213 802 140 Web: www.uvp.fcp.pt

Portugese Football Federation Rua Alexandre Herculano 58 Contact: Gilberto Medail President Tel: +351 21 325 2700 Web: www.fpf.pt

Universities (Sport Management) ISEG (Instituto Superior de Economia e Gestão) Rua do Quelhas, n.º 6 Lisbon 1200-781 Contact: Antionio Augusto Dean Tel: +351 213 925 800 Web: aquila.iseg.utl.pt/aquila/ instituicao/ISEGvenues

Estádio Cidade de Coimbra (Académica de Coimbra)

Estoril Open Tennis João Lagos Sports SA Rua da Barruncheira, 6 Contact: João Lagos Tournament Director Tel: +351 21 303 49 00 Web: www.estorilopen.net

Eurosport 96, 142, 164-167, 168, 170, 171, 198, 207, 212 WTVision 162, 182-185, 220

Rua D. Manuel I Coimbra 3030-320 Contact: Simões Eduardo President Tel: +351 239 090 341 Web: www.academica-oaf.pt

Estádio do Restelo (Belenenses) Complexo Desportivo Do Belenenses Lisbon 1449-015 Estádio do Luz (SL Benfica) Estádio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica Lisbon 1500-313 Contact: Luis Filipe Vieira President Tel: +351 217 219 567 Web: www.slbenfica.pt

Estádio AXA (Sporting Braga) Loja do Bingo Av. da Liberdade, Galerias Contact: António Salvador President Tel: +351 253 206 860 Web: www.scbraga.pt

Estádio do Dragão (FC Porto) Sport TV Portugal Edifaecio Sport.TV Parque das Nações, R Pedro e Iness Lisboa 1998-024 Contact: Nuno Ferreira Programming and News Director Tel: +351 21 891 7800 Web: www.sporttv.pt

Federation of University Sport Estadio Universitario de Lisboa Pav.1 Av. Prof. Egas Moniz Contact: Luis Andre Couto President Tel: +351 217818160 Web: www.fadu.pt

Via Futebol Clube do Porto Contact: Pinto da Costa President Tel: +351 225 570 400 Web: www.fcporto.pt

Estádio José Alvalade (Sporting CP) Lumiar Lisbon 1600 Contact: José Eduardo Bettencourt President Tel: +351 217 516 000 Web: www.sporting.pt

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QATAR Qatar Olympic Committee PO box 7494 oor 18 Qatar NOC Building Doha Contact: HRH Prince Tamim Bin Hamad Al-Thani President Tel: +974 494 4444 Web: www.qatarolympics.org

QATAR

Qatar Association of Athletics Federation 8th Floor, Hudafi Tower, Qatar NOC Building Doha 8139 Contact: Abdullah Ahmed AL-ZAINI President Tel: +974 494 4504-5

Qatar Basketball Federation PO Box 7180 Doha Contact: Shk. Saud Bin Ali Al-Thani President Tel: +974 494 4166

Qatar Cycling Federation PO Box 22512 Doha Contact: Sheikh Khalid Bin Ali Al Thani President Tel: (00974) 44475834 Web: www.qatarcf.org

Qatar Equestrian Federation PO Box 24464 Doha Contact: Mr. Rashid Ali Al Mansoori President Tel: +974 481 0 368 Web: www.qatarequestrian.com

Qatar Fencing Association Doha Contact: Sheikh Saoud Bin Abdulrehman Al-Thani President Tel: +974 482 8291-2

Qatar Football Association 7th Floor, QNOC Building West Bay Doha 5333 Contact: Shk. Hamad Bin Khalifa Al-Thani President Tel: +974 494 4411 Web: www.qfa.com.qa

Qatar Handball Association

PO Box 23515 Doha Contact: Khalifa M. Al-Sewaidi President Tel: +974 442 0305 Web: www.qatarsailing.org

Qatar Squash Federation

P.O.Box 7241 Doha Contact: Ahmed Mohammed Al-Shabbi President Tel: +974 441 5635

PO Box 24554 Doha 24554 Contact: Nabeel Ali Bin Ali President Tel: +974 488 7671-2 Web: www.qatarsquash.com

Qatar Judo Federation

Qatar Swimming Association

PO Box 23554 Doha Contact: Khalid Bin Hamad Al-Atiya President Tel: +974 468 9218-9

PO Box 19194 Doha Contact: Yousif Ahmad Al Saai President Tel: +974 494 4222

Qatar Motor and Motorcycle Federation

Qatar Taekwondo Federation

Salwa Road Doha 8708 Contact: Nasser Khalifa Al-Attiyah President Tel: +974 437 9884 Web: www.qmmf.com

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Qatar Sailing and Rowing Federation

PO Box 9874 Doha Contact: Mr. Mohamed Ahmad K.M. Al-Sulaiti President Tel: +974 493 22 37-8 Web: www.qtkf.org


Qatar Tennis Federation

QSI (Qatar Sports Investments)

Aspetar

Khalifa Intl. Tennis Complex Majlis Al- Taawon St. Al Dafina Doha 4959 Contact: Mr Nasser Ghanim Al-Khelaifi President Tel: +974 440 9666

PO Box 24926 Doha Contact: Perry Smith International Relations Manager

Sport City, Near Khalifa Stadium PO Box 29222 Doha Contact: Linda Taef Communications Manager Tel: +974 413 2000 Web: www.en.aspetar.comv

Qatar Racing & Equestrian Club Sami Jassim Al Boenain PO Box 7559 Doha Contact: HE Sheikh Mohamed Bin Faleh Al Thani Chairman Tel: +974 44808122 Web: http://qrec.gov.qa/website/ index.html

Al Sadd Football Club Al Sadd Sports Club, P.O.Box 2122 Doha Contact: Sheik Mohammed bin Kahlifa Al Thani President Tel: +974 444 8080 Web: www.al-saddclub.com

Losail International Circuit Al Wusail, North Relief Road Doha +974 472 9151 Contact: Nasser Khalifa Al Attiyah General Manager Web: www.circuitlosail.com

Khalifa International Stadium Aspire Zone P.O.Box 23833 Doha Contact: Milton O’Brien General Manager, Venues and Visitor Services Tel: +974 447 67 86 Web: www.aspirezone.qa

College of Education, Qatar University P. O. Box 2713 Doha Contact: Dr. Mohamed Fouad Habib Head of Department Tel: +63 2 549 9159 Web: www.qu.edu.qa/education/ index.php

Total Sports Asia 97, 208, 213, 228-231 Whole Nine Yards Productions Limited 63, 151

Al Jazeera Sports Channel TV Roundabout, P.O. Box 23231 Doha Contact: Nasser Al Khelaifi Director Tel: +974 489 1888 Web: www.aljazeerasport.net

Qatar TV P.O. Box 1944 Doha Contact: Ali Saheed Al Qahtani General Manager Tel: +974 489 4444 Web: www.qatar-tv.net

Qatar Cable Vision PO Box 217 Doha Contact: Sheikh Abdullah Bin Mohammed Bin Saud Al Thani Chairman Tel: +974 4 177 Web: www.qtel.com.qa

Qatar Ministry of Information and Culture PO Box 1836 Doha Web: www.mofa.qa Aspire Academy P.O. Box 22287 Doha Contact: Katia Abboud Tel: +9744136000 Web: www.aspire.qa

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RUSSIA Russian Olympic Committee Luzhnetskaya Naberezhnaia 8 Moscow 119992 Contact: Leonid Tyagachev President Tel: +7 495 725 4535 Web: www.roc.ru

RUSSIA

Football Union of Russia House of Football Ulitsa Narodnaya 7 Moscow 115172 Contact: Vitaliy Mutko President Tel: +7 495 926 1300 Web: www.rfs.ru

Russian Tennis Federation Luzhnetskaya Naberezhnaia 8 Moscow 118971 Contact: Shamil Tarpischev President Tel: +7 495 923 2137 Web: www.tennis-russia.ru

Russian Ski Association Luzhnetskaya Naberezhnaia 8 Moscow 119992 Tel: +7 495 725 4547 Web: www.ski-russia.ru

All-Russia Athletic Federation (ARAF) Luzhnetskaya Naberezhnaia 8 Moscow 119992 Contact: Valentin V Balachnichev President Tel: +7 495 637 9420 Web: www.rusathletics.com

Rugby Union of Russia Luzhnetskaya Naberezhnaia 8 Moscow 119992 Contact: Vyacheslav Kopiev President Tel: +7 495 725 4680 Web: www.rugby.ru

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Russian Ice Hockey Federation Luzhnetskaya Naberezhnaia 8 Moscow 119992 Contact: Vladislav Tretiak President Tel: +7 495 637 0200 Web: www.fhr.ru

Sochi 2014 Team 40/3, Bolshaya Ordynka str Moscow 119017 Contact: Alexander Zhukov Deputy Prime Minister of Russia, Chairman of the Supervisory Board Tel: +7 495 984 2014 Web: www.sochi2014.com

Luzhniki Palace of Sports (Gymnastics, Judo) Luzhniki 24 Moscow Tel: +7 495 780 0808 Web: www.luzhniki.ru

Olympiysky Sports Complex (Basketball, Boxing, Swimming) 16, Olympiyskiy prosp Tel: +7 495/9741264 Web: www.luzhniki.ru

CSKA (Central Sports Club of the Army) Sports Complex (Wrestling, Fencing) Web: www.luzhniki.ru

Grand Arena (Athletics, Football) of the Central Stadium – Luzhniki Stadium Luzhniki 24 Moscow Tel: +7 495 785-971 Web: www.luzhniki.ru

Petersburg Sports and Concert Complex Gagarina 8 St Petersburg 196105 Tel: +7 812 388 1211 Web: www.spbckk.ru

Definitive Events 90, 141 Eurosport 96, 142, 164-167, 168, 170, 171, 198, 207, 212 Inter Sport Clube 175 Unique Venues of London 128, 130, 139


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SAUDI ARABIA Saudi Arabian Olympic Committee Prince Faisal Fahd Olympic Complex PO Box 6040 Riyadh 11442 Contact: HRH Prince Sultan Fahd Abdulaziz President Tel: +966 1 482 1832 Web: www.saudiolympic.org.sa

SAUDI ARABIA

Ministry of Culture and Information - Saudi Arabia Nasseriya Street Riyadh 11161 Contact: Iyad bin Ameen Madani Minister of Culture and Information Tel: +966 1 401 4440

Saudi Arabian Athletics Federation P.O. Box 5802, Al-Maazar Street Riyadh Contact: Nawaf Bin Mohammed Bin Abdullah Al Saud President Tel: +966 1 482 0741 Web: www.saaaf.com

Saudi Arabian Equestrian Federation

P.O. Box 60602, Al Mathaar, Olympic Complex Riyadh Saudi Arabia, Basketball 11555 Federation Contact: H.R.H. Prince Nawaf Bin P.O. Box 4697, Prince Faisal Bin Fahd Faissal Bin Fahd Bin Abdul Aziz Al Street Saud Riyadh President 11412 Tel: +966 1 482 3837 Contact: HRH Prince Talal Bin Badr Bin Saud Bin Abdul Aziz Saudi Arabian Fencing President Federation Tel: +966 1 482 1713 POBox 58938 Riyadh 11515 Saudi Cricket Center Tel: +966 1 482 1022 P.O. Box 7272 Riyadh Saudi Arabia Football Federation Jeddah 21462 Al Mather Quarter Prince Faisal Bin Contact: Nadeem A. Nadwi Fahad Street P.O. Box 5844 Chief Executive Riyadh Tel: + 966 2 672 7434 11432 Web: www.saudicricket.net Contact: HRH Prince Sultan Bin Fahad Bin Abdul Aziz Saudi Cycling Federation President P.O. Box 5828 Tel: +966 1 482 2240 Riyadh 11432 Contact: Mr. Yasser H. Abu-Azma President Tel: +966 1 482 0166

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Saudi Arabian Judo & Taekwondo Federation Prince Faisal Ibn Fahad Olympic Complex, Second oor P.O. 6042 Riyadh 11442 Contact: Dr. Ahmed Saad Almofareh President Tel: +966 1 482 0901

Saudi Arabian Motor Sport Federation P.O. Box 87881 Riyadh 11652 Contact: Mishaal Fahd Al Sudairy President Tel: +966 1 477 1035 Web: www.samf.gov.sa

Saudi Squash Federation P.O. Box 57377 Riyadh 11574 Contact: Dr. Abdul Aziz Al-Mansor President Tel: +966 1 482 2731 Web: www.saudi-sq-fed.org


Saudi Arabian Swimming Federation

College of Education, Umm Al-Qura University

Prince Faisal Bin Fahad Olympic Center Ma’ather Street Riyadh 11491 Contact: Prince Abd Alaziz Ben Fahed Ben Abd Allah Al-Saud President Tel: +966 1 482 1260

P.O. Box (798) Makkah 21955 Contact: Bakri Bin M’atoog Bin Bakri Al-Assas President Tel: +966-506539304 Web: www.uqu.edu.sa

Saudi Arabian Tennis Federation

Physical Education and Sport Department, King Saud University

Saudi Olympic Complex, P.O. Box 29454 Riyadh Riyadh 11457 Contact: Dr Abdulrahman S.Alangary President Tel: +966 1 482 0188 Web: www.sauditenfed.gov.sa

P.O. Box 2454 Riyadh 11451 Contact: Dr. Salah Saka Head of Department Tel: +96614670000 Web: www.ksa.edu.sa

Al Ahli Football Club P.O. Box 12333 Jeddah 21473 Contact: Dr. Ayman Salih Fadil President Tel: +966 2 674 0000 Web: www.alahlisc.com

Contact: Nizam Ghantouse Tel: +966 1 462 5093 Web: www.armadco.com ART Dallah Tower, Palasteen Street Jedah 21482 Tel: +966 1 442 8400

Al Ittihad Football Club

Saudi Arabian TV

P.O. Box 5945 Jeddah 21432 Contact: Mansour Bin Hamdan Al Blwai President Tel: +966 1 672 8888 Web: www.alittihad.com.sa

Ministry Of Information PO Box 529 Riyadh 11421 Web: www.spacetoon.com

Al Shabab Football Club P.O. Box 60595 Riyadh 11555 Contact: Talal H. Al Sheikh President Tel: +966 1 441 844 Web: www.shababclub.com

Arab Reach Media Services

Saudi TV T V Street Nasiria Riyadh 57137 Ten Sports

Taj Television India Pvt Ltd 403 Manish Commercial Center India 400 030 Contact: Nickola Dsouza Tel: +9122 66623101 Web: www.tensports.com

King Abdul Aziz Stadium Makkah

King Fahd International Stadium Riyadh

Prince Mohamed bin Fahd Stadium Dammam

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SINGAPORE Singapore National Olympic Committee Singapore Sports Council Building, West Wing – 2nd Storey, 230 Stadium Boulevard 397779 Contact: Chee Hean Teo President Tel: +65 6345 9273 Web: www.singaporeolympics.com

SINGAPORE

Ministry of Community Development, Youth and Sports 512 Thomson Road, MCYS Building 298136 Contact: Dr Vivian Balakrishnan Minister Tel: +65 6354 8893 Web: app.mcys.gov.sg/web/ home_main.asp

Singapore Sports Council 230 Stadium Boulevard Singapore 397799 Contact: Jin Tek Oon Executive Director Tel: +65 6345 7111 Web: www.ssc.gov.sg

Singapore Athletic Association 3 Champions Way, Singapore Sports School (Blk 1),),#01-10 +65 6386 2721 Contact: Lin Kok Loh President Web: www.singaporeathletics.org.sg

Football Association of Singapore Singapore Squash Rackets 100 Tyrwhitt Road Jalan Besar Association Stadium 01-02 Singapore 207542 Contact: Ho Peng Kee President Tel: +65 6348 3477 Web: www.fas.org.sg

Singapore Golf Association

1 Goldhill Plaza, #03-29 Podium Block Singapore 308899 Contact: Dr Ong Leong Boon President Singapore Badminton Association Tel: +65 6256 1318 3, Champions Way #03-50 Web: www.sga.org.sg Singapore 737912 Contact: Yi Shyan Lee Singapore Motor Sports President Association Tel: +65 6344 1773 20 Maxwell Road #10-18 Web: www.singaporebadminton. Singapore 069113 org.sg Contact: Teng Lip Tan President Equestrian Federation Tel: +65 6227 7889 of Singpore Web: www.smsa.org.sg 51 Fairways Drive Singapore 286965 Singapore Sailing Federation Contact: Dr Melanie Chew 1500 East Coast Parkway, National President Sailing Centre Tel: +65 6466 4123 Singapore 468963 Web: www.efs.org.sg Contact: Teo-Ping Low President Tel: +65 6444 4555 Web: www.sailing.org.sg

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Room 15, 15 Stadium Road, National Stadium (South Entrance) Singapore 399718 Contact: Desmond Hill President Tel: +65 6345 5675 Web: www.ssra.org.sg

Singapore Swimming Association Toa Payoh Swimming Complex 301 Lorong 6 Singapore 319390 Contact: Jeffrey Leow President Tel: +65 6258 1011 Web: www.swimming.org.sg

Singapore Taekwondo Federation 260A Tanjong Katong Road Singapore 437048 Contact: Mr. Milan Kwee President Tel: +65 6345 1491

Singapore Tennis Association 100 Tyrwhitt Road, 04-02 (Jalan Besar Swimming Complex) Singapore 207542 Contact: Edwin Lee President Tel: +65 6295 2283 Web: www.singtennis.org.sg


Singapore Rugby Union

ESPN Star Sports

Toa Payoh Swimming Complex, (Second Floor), 301 Toa Payoh Lorong 6 Singapore 319392 Contact: Low Teo Ping President Tel: +65 6469 5955 Web: www.singaporerugby.com

151 Lorong Chuan 03-01 New Tech Park Singapore 556741 Contact: Jamie Davies Managing Director Tel: +65 6488 6500 Web: www.espnstar.com

Singapore National Stadium

Eurovision Asia-Pacific

Kellang Singapore National Institute Of Education Pess 1 Nanyang Walk, Office 5-3-18 Singapore 637616 Contact: Michael Chia Head, Physical Education and Sports Science Web: www.nie.edu.sg

15-11/13 Shaw Tower, 100 Beach Road Singapore 189702 Web: www.eurovision.net

Physical Education and Sports Science, National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University 1 Nanyang Walk Singapore 637616 Contact: A/P Michael Chia Head of Department Tel: +65 6790 3719 Web: www.pess.nie.edu.sg

School of Sports, Health & Leisure, Republic Polytechinic 9 Woodlands Ave 9 Singapore 738964 Contact: Eden Liew Deputy Principal Tel: +65 6510 3000 Web: www.rp.sg

Singapore Sports School 1 Champions Way Singapore 737913 Contact: Deborah Tan Principal Tel: +65 6766 0100 Web: www.sportsschool.edu.sg

Total Sports Asia 97, 208, 213, 228-231 Two up Front 57 World Sport Group 98

MediaCorp TV Channel 5/8 Caldecott Broadcast Centre, Andrew Road Singapore 299939 Contact: Ho Kwon Ping Chairman Tel: +65 6333 3888 Web: www.ch5.mediacorptv.com

MediaCorp TV12 12 Prince Edward Road Suite 05-00 Bestway Building Singapore 79212 Contact: Alice Tan CEO Tel: +65 6225 8133 Web: www.mediacorp.sg

Media Corp TV Singapore Pte Ltd Caldecott Broadcast Centre, Annex Building Level 4 – Andrew Road Singapore 299939 Web: www.mediacorp.com.sg

Nimbus Sport International Pte Ltd 6 Battery Road #16-01 Singapore 49909 Star TV #27-02 Singapore Land Tower, 50 Raffles Place Singapore 48623 Tel: +65 6220 0369 Web: www.startv.com/singapore.html

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SOUTH AFRICA Sport and Recreation South Africa Cnr Queen & Vermeulen Street 66 Regent Place Building Pretoria 1 Contact: Makhenkesi Stofile Minister Tel: +27 12 304 5000 Web: www.srsa.gov.za

SOUTH AFRICA

South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (SASCOC) P.O. Box 1355 Houghton Johannesburg 2041 Contact: Gideon Sam President Tel: +27 11 483 3788 Web: www.sascoc.co.za 2010 Communication Project Management Unit

Government Communication and Information System (GCIS) Tel: +27 12 314 2494 Web: www.gcis.gov.za Sporting Chance 1 Mariendahl Avenue Newlands, Cape Town 7700 Contact: Brad Bing Managing Director Tel: +27 21 683 7299 Web: www.sportingchance.co.za

Athletics South Africa PO Box 2712 Houghton 2041 Contact: Leonard Chuene President Tel: +27 11 880 5800 Web: www.athletics.org.za

South African Football Association 125 Samuel Evans Road Aeroton Johannesburg Contact: Kirsten Nematandani President Tel: +27 11 494 3522 Web: www.safa.net

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Cricket South Africa

City Oval

The Wanderers Club 21 North Street, Illovo Johannesburg 2196 Contact: Gerald Majola President Tel: +27 11 880 2810 Web: www.cricket.co.za

Pietermaritzburg Contact: Sibonelo Ngcobo Tel: +27 33 345 2791

South Africa Rugby Union 5th Floor, Sports Science Centre Boundary Road Newlands 7700 Contact: Andy Marions Managing Director Tel: +27 21 659 6728 Web: www.sarugby.co.za

South African Rugby League Contact: Dave Van Reenen President Tel: +27 82 368 0517 Web: www.sarugbyleague.co.za

South African Hockey Federation Contact: Dave Carr President Tel: +27 11 494 3640 Web: www.sahockey.co.za

Sahara Stadium Kingsmead Old Fort Road Durban, KwaZulu-Natal Contact: Kevin Admas Tel: +27 31 335 4200 Web: www.cricket.co.za

Newlands Cricket Ground Campground Road Newlands, Cape Town Contact: Brendan Germishuys Tel: +27 21 540 3799 Web: www.cricket.co.za

Sahara Oval St George’s Park Drive Port Elizabeth 6001 Contact: Tono Mle Tel: +27 11 880 2810 Web: www.cricket.co.za


Ellis Park Stadium

Loftus Versfeld Stadium

(Coca-Cola Park) PO Box 16075 Doornfontein Johannesburg 2028 Contact: Denzel Burgess Operations Manager Web: www.ellispark.co.za

Pretoria, Gauteng 2 Contact: Hugo Kemp Stadium Manager Tel: +27 12 358 2010 Web: www.tshwane.gov.za

Isaiah Ntshangase Road Durban 4001 Tel: +27 31 311 4720 Web: www.durban.gov.za

Green Point Stadium

Peter Mokaba Stadium

Green Point, Cape Town Tel: +27 21 430 0410 Web: www.greenpointstadiumvc. co.za

Dorp Street Polokwane, Pietersburg 699 Contact: Skotlelo Ramaahlama Stadium Manager Tel: +27 15 290 2109 Web: www.polokwane.gov.za

Soccer City (First National Bank Stadium) Nasrec Road Nasrec Johannesburg, Guateng Contact: Corne Esterhuizen Senor Site Manager (Grinaker - LTA) Tel: +27 11 494 3640 Web: www.soccercity2010.co.za

Royal Bafokeng Stadium Hedeira Road Phokeng Rustenburg Contact: Mpho Colin Modisakeng Stadium Manager

Free State Stadium

Supersports International

Att Horak Ave Vodacom Park Bloemfontein, Free State 9300 Contact: Louise Venter Information Officer (Manguang Tourism) Tel: +27 51 405 8489 Web: www.fsrugby.co.za

137 Bram Fischer Drive Johannesburg 2194 Contact: Imtiaz Patel CEO Tel: +27116866952

Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium Lake View Road Prince Alfred’s Park Nelson Mandela Bay Contact: Roland Williams Communications Director (Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality) Tel: +27 79 490 0009 Web: www.nelsonmandelabay.gov.za

Unique Venues of London 128, 130, 139

Mbombela Stadium PO Box 45 Mbombela Rural, Ehlanzeni Nelspruit 1200 Contact: F S Siboza Acting Municipal Manager (Mbombela Local Municipality) Tel: +27 13 759 9111

Moses Mabhida Stadium (Durban Stadium)

CIES 60, 133, 134

SABC Sport PO Box 8606 Auckland Park Johannesburg Contact: Mzimasi Mgebisa Project Manager Tel: +27 11 7146369

E.TV P.O Box 12124 Mill Street Gardens Cape Town 8001 Contact: Marcel Golding CEO Tel: +27214814500

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SOUTH KOREA Korea Sports Council & Korean Olympic Committee 88 Oryun-Dong, Songpa-Gu Seoul 138-749 Contact: Yun-Taek Lee President Tel: +82 2 2144 8144 Web: www.sports.or.kr/eng/ ksckoc.eng

SOUTH KOREA

Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism 42, Sejongno, Jongno-Gu Seoul 110-703 Contact: In-Chon Yu Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Tel: +82 2 3704 9144 Web: www.mcst.go.kr/english/ index.jsp

Korea Athlectics Federation 10 Jamsil-Dong, Songpa-Gu Seoul 132-220 Contact: Pil-Ryeol Shin President Tel: +82 2 414 3032

Korea Automobile Racing Association (KARA) 114 Olympic Park Tennis Court, #882, Banyi-Dong, Songpa-Gu Seoul Contact: Mr Yung-Cho Chung President Tel: +82 2 424 2951 Web: www.kara.or.kr

Korea Baseball Organisation 976-16 Dogok-Dong, Gangam-Gu Seoul 135-270 Contact: Mr Il-Sung Ha Secretary Tel: +82 2 3460 4600 Web: www.koreabaseball.com

Korea Basketball Association 104, Velodrome, 88-2, Oryun-Dong, Songpa-Gu Seoul Contact: Mr Jong-Gul Lee President Tel: +82 2 420 4221 Web: www.koreabasketball.or.kr

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Korea Cycling Association

Korea Hockey Association

409, Olympic Centre, 88, Oryun-Dong, Songpa-Gu Seoul Contact: Mr In-Bae Im President Tel: +82 2 420 4247 Web: www.cycling.or.kr

602, Olympic Centre, 88, Oryun-Dong, Songpa-Gu Seoul Contact: Mr Ki-Soo Choi Cho President Tel: +82 2 420 4267

Korean Equestrian Federation

503, Olympic Hall, 88, Oryun-Dong, Songpa-Gu Seoul Contact: Won-Kwan Kim President Tel: +82 2 419 6454-5

603, Olympic Centre, 88, Oryun-Dong, Songpa-Gu Seoul Contact: Mr Deok-Ki Ahn President Tel: +82 2 420 7563 Web: www.horsesports.or.kr

Korea Football Association KFA House 2f, Shinmunro2-Ga, Jongro-Gu Seoul 1-131 Contact: Mr. Chung-Yun President Tel: +82 2 2002 0707 Web: www.kfa.or.kr

Korea Squash Federation

Korea Swimming Federation RM 510 Olympic Center, 88 OhryunDong Songpa-Ku 138-749 Seoul Contact: Mr Hong-Taek Lee President Tel: +82 2 420 4236 Web: swimming.sports.or.kr

Korea Taekwondo Association Room 101, Velodrome, Olympic Park, 88-2, Songpa-Gu Seoul Contact: Mr. Joon-Pyo Hong President Tel: +82 2 420 4271~3 Web: www.koreaTaekwondo.org


World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) 4F Joyang Building, 113 SamseongDong, Gangnam-Gu Seoul 134-090 Contact: Dr. Chung-won Choi President Tel: +82 2 566 2505 Web: www.wtf.org

Incheon Munhak World Cup Stadium (FC Incheon United) San 8, Munhak-Dong, Nam-Gu Incheon Contact: Sang-Ki Park Managing Director Tel: +82 32 456 3024 Web: english.incheon.go.kr

Seoul Sang-am World Cup Stadium (FC Seoul) 515 Seongsan-Dong, Mapo-Gu Seoul Tel: +82 2 2128 2000 Web: www.sisul.or.kr/grobal/eng/ worldcup/worldcup01.jsp

Suwon World Cup Stadium (Suwon Samsung Bluewings FC) 228, Wooman 1-Dong, Paldal-Gu Suwon-Si Gyeonggi-Do, 442-817 Contact: Eun-Ho Lee Managing Director Tel: +82 31 247 2002 Web: www.fcbluewings.com

Olympic Stadium Olympic Street, Songpa-Gu Seoul Contact: Eun-Ho Kim Managing Director Tel: +82 2 2240 8746

Korean University Sports Board P.O. BOX 1106, 7th Floor, Olympic Center, 88 Oryun-Dong, Songpa-Gu Seoul Contact: Sung Hoon Jung President Tel: +82 2 420 4213 Web: www.sports.or.kr

Daekyo Broadcasting

Q Channel

446-3 Bangbae-Dong, Seocho-Gu Seoul 137-060 Contact: Ja Song Chairman and CEO Tel: +82 2 520 9114 / 822 829 0615 Web: www.daekyo.co.kr / daekyo.com

Joongang Broadcasting Corporation – 7 Sunhwa-dong, Jung-Gu Seoul 100-759 Contact: Han Nam Kyu President Tel: +82 2 751 9123 Web: www.qchannel.co.kr

IB Sports 8th floor, National Pension Service Gangnam Center, 4-15, NonhyeonDong, Gangnam-gu Seoul 135-811 Tel: +82 2 775 1300 Web: www.ibsports.com

Joongang Broadcasting Corporation 7 Soonhwa-Dong, Chung-ku Seoul 100-759 Contact: Moon-Yeon Kim President Tel: +82 2 751 9123 Web: www.jbci.co.kr/english

SBS Golf 88-2, Bangi 2-dong, Songpa-Gu Seoul 138-050 Contact: Dongho Kim Chairman Tel: +82 2 2240 5600 Web: www.sbsgolf.com

Total Sports Asia 97, 208, 213, 228-231 Two up Front 57

Korean Broadcasting System (KBS) KBS Sports, 18 Yeouido-Dong, Yeongdeungpo-Gu Seoul 150-790 Contact: Yun-Joo Jung President and CEO Tel: +82 2 781 1474 Web: www.kbs.co.kr / english.kbs. co.kr

KBS Media 18 Yeouido-dong, Yeongdeungpo-Gu Seoul 150-790 Contact: Mr Byung-Soon Lee President and CEO Tel: +82 2 781 8460 / 43 Web: www.kbsmedia.co.kr

MBC ESPN MBC - ESS Sports Co. Ltd, 34-1, Yoido-dong, Youngdungpo-gu Seoul 1507-728 Contact: Geun-Bok Chang President Tel: 82 2 368 2640 Fax: 82 2 368 2610 Web: www.mbcespn.com

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SPAIN Comité Olímpico Español

SPAIN

Calle Arequipa 13 Gran Via de Hortaleza Madrid 28043 Contact: Alejandro Blanco Bravo President Tel: +34 91 381 5500 Web: www.coe.es

Real Federación Española de Fútbol Ramón y Cajal s/n Apartado postal 385 Las Rozas 28230 Contact: Angel Maria Villar Llona President Tel: +34 91 495 9800 Web: www.rfef.es

Real Federación Española de Tenis Passeig Olímpic, 17-19 (Estadi Olímpic) Barcelona 08038 España Contact: José Luis Escañuela President Tel: +34 93 200 5355 Web: www.rfet.es

Real Federación Española de Basketball Avda de Burgos 8-A-9ª Planta Edificio Bronce Planta Madrid28036 Contact: José Luis Saez Regalado President Tel: +34 91 383 2050 Web: www.feb.es

Teledeportes Prado del Rey s/n Pozuelo de Alarcón (Madrid) 28223 Contact: Carlos de Andrés Perdiguer Director Tel: +34 93 582 3050 Web: www.rtve.es/deportes

Eurosport Television SA

Madrid Masters

c/ Miguel Yuste 17, 4° Madrid 28037 Contact: Antonello Lodoletti Sales Director Tel: +34 91 375 7950 Web: www.es.eurosport.yahoo.com

Club de Campo Villa de Madrid CARRETERA CASTILLA KM.2 Madrid 28040 Contact: Joaquín Castillo President (Golf Club) Tel: +34 91 550 2010 Web: www.clubvillademadrid.com

Mundo Marino Group

Volvo Masters

Port America’s Cup Next to the Veles y Vents office Valencia 46024 Tel: +34 96 381 6066 Web: www.mundomarino.es

Valderrama Golf Club Sotogrande, Prov de Cadiz 11310 Contact: Derek Brown General Manager Tel: +34 95 679 1200 Web: www.volvomasters.com

Circuit de la Comunitat Valenciana Valmor Sports S.L. José Aguirre, 40 3º Dcha. Tel: +34 96 252 5220 Web: www.circuitvalencia.com

Valencia Street Circuit (Formula 1 Telefónica Grand Prix of Europe)

Contact: Fernando Roig President Web: www.valenciastreetcircuit.com

CIES 60, 133, 134 Eurosport 96, 142, 164-167, 168, 170, 171, 198, 207, 212 Museos Deportivos 6, 101, 147, 192, 233-235 Unique Venues of London 128, 130, 139 wTVision 162, 182-185, 220

Circuits de Catalunya S.L. Mas “La Moreneta” P.O. Box 27 Montmeló - Barcelona 8160 Tel: +34 93 571 9700 Web: www.circuitcat.com

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SWEDEN Swedish Olympic Committee Sofiatornet Olympiastadion Stockholm 114 33 Contact: Stefan Lindeberg President Tel: +46 8 402 6800 Web: www.sok.se

SWEDEN

Svenska Fotbollförbundet P.O. Box 1216 Solna SE-171 23 Contact: Lars-Ake Lagrell President Tel: +46 8 735 0900 Web: www.svenskfotboll.se

Svenska Handbollförbundet Idrottens Hus Stockholm 114 73 Contact: Hans Vestberg President Tel: +46 8 699 6000 Web: www.handball.info

Swedish Ice Hockey Association P.O. Box 5204 Bolidenvägen 22 Johanneshov 121 16 Contact: Christer Englund President Tel: +46 8 449 0400 Web: www.hockeyligan.se

Svenska Cykelförbundet Idrottens Hus Fiskartorpsvagen 15 A, Stockholm 114 73 Contact: Yvonne Mattsson President Tel: (+46-8) 699 63 00-66 Web: www.scf.se

The Swedish School of Sport and Health Sciences (GIH) P.O. Box 5626 Stockholm 114 86 Contact: Bo Lundquist Director Tel: +46 8 459 2800 Web: www.gih.se/english

SVT

Stockholm Globe Arenas

Oxenstiernsgatan 26-34 Stockholm S-105 10 Contact: Albert Svanberg Head of SVT Sport Tel: +46 8 784 8000 Web: www.svt.se

Globentorget 2 Stockholm Contact: Henrik Berndtson Sales & Business Development Manager

TV4 TV4 AB Tegeluddsvägen 3-5 Stockholm 115 79 Contact: Johan Kleberg Director of TV4 Sport Tel: +46 8 459 4000 Web: www.tv4.se

C Sports C More Entertainment AB Regeringsgatan 25 Stockholm 115 84 Contact: Mats Örbrink Editor Tel: +46 20 24 00 24 Web: www.csports.se

The Stockholm Arena SGA Fastigheter AB, Globentorget 2 P.O. Box 10026 Stockholm 121 26 Contact: Mats Grönlund CEO Tel: +46 8 5083 5388 Web: www.stockholmsarenan.se

Eurosport 96, 142, 164-167, 168, 170, 171, 198, 207, 212 Unique Venues of London 128, 130, 139

Stockholm Olympiastadion Box 10055 Lidingövägen 1 Stockholm 115 41 Tel: +46 8 219 456

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SWITZERLAND AIBA (Association Internationale de Boxe Amateur – International Boxing Association) Maison du Sport International Av. de Rhodanie 54 Lausanne 1007 Contact: Ho Kim Executive Director Tel: +41 21 321 2777 Web: www.aiba.org

SWITZERLAND

AIOWF (Association of the International Olympic Winter Sports Federations) Brandschenkestrasse 50 Postfach 1817 8027 Zurich Switzerland Contact: Fasel René President Tel: +41 44 562 22 00

ASOIF (Association of Summer Olympic International Federations) Maison du Sport International Av. de Rhodanie 54 Lausanne 1007 Switzerland Contact: Denis Oswald President Tel: +41 21 601 4888 Web: www.asoif.com

FIE (Fédération Internationale d’Escrime)

FIH (Fédération Internationale de Hockey)

Maison du Sport International Av. de Rhodanie 54 Lausanne 1007 Contact: Alisher Usmanov President Tel: +41 21 320 3115 Web: www.fie.ch

Rue du Valentin 61 Contact: Negre Leandro President Tel: +41 21 641 0606 Web: www.worldhockey.org

FEI (Fédération Équestre Internationale)

FIFA (Fédération Internationale de Football Association)

FILA (Fédération Internationale des Luttes Associées – International Federation of Associated Wrestling Styles)

HM King Hussein I Building Chemin des Délices 9 Lausanne 1006 Switzerland Contact: Bint Al Hussein Haya President Tel: +41 21 310 4747 Web: www.fei.org

FIFA-Strasse 20 Zurich 8077 Contact: Sepp Blatter President Tel: +41 43 222 7777 Web: www.fifa.com

Rue du Château 6 Corsier-sur-Vevey 1804 Contact: Raphaël Martinetti President Tel: +41 21 312 8426 Web: www.fila-wrestling.com

FIBA (Fédération Internationale de Basketball)

FIG (Fédération Internationale de Gymnastique)

FINA (Fédération Internationale de Natation)

Avenue de la Gare 12 Lausanne 1003 Switzerland Contact: Bruno Grandi President Tel: +41 21 321 5510 Web: www.fig-gymnastics.com

Avenue de l’Avant-Poste 4 Lausanne 1005 Switzerland Contact: Julio C. Maglione President Tel: +41 21 310 4710 Web: www.fina.org

Avenue Louis Casaï, 53 Cointrin/Geneva 1216 Switzerland Contact: Yvan Mainini President Tel: +41 22 545 0000 Web: www.fiba.com

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FISA (Fédération Internationale IIHF (International Ice Hockey des Sociétés d’Aviron – Federation) International Rowing Federation) Brandschenkestrasse 50 Maison du Sport International Av. de Rhodanie 54 Lausanne 1007 Contact: Denis Oswald President Tel: +41 21 617 8373 Web: www.worldrowing.com

FITA (Fédération Internationale de Tir a L’Arc – International Archery Federation) Maison du Sport International Av. de Rhodanie 54 Lausanne 1007 Contact: Ugur ERDENER President Tel: +41 21 614 3050 Web: www.archery.org

FIVB (Fédération Internationale de Volleyball ) Château Les Tourelles Ch Edouard Sandoz 2-4 Contact: Jizhong Wei President Tel: +41 21 345 3535 Web: www.fivb.org

ICF (International Canoe Federation) Maison du Sport International Av. de Rhodanie 54 Lausanne 1007 Contact: José Perurena López President Tel: +41 21 612 0290 Web: www.canoeicf.com

IHF (International Handball Federation) P.O. Box Peter Merian-Strasse 23 Basel 4002 Switzerland Contact: Hassan Moustafa Tel: +41 61 228 9040 Web: www.ihf.info

Postfach 1817 Zurich 8027 Contact: Fasel René President Tel: +41 44 562 2200 Web: www.iihf.com

IOC (International Olympic Committee) Château de Vidy Case postale 356 Lausanne 1007 Contact: Jacques Rogge President Tel: +41 21 621 6111 Web: www.olympic.org

UEFA (Union Européenne de Football-Association) Route de Genève 46 Case postale Nyon 21260 Contact: Michel Platini President Tel: +41 84 800 2727 Web: www.uefa.com

European Athletics European Athletic Association Avenue Louis-Ruchonnet 18 Lausanne 1003 Contact: Christian Milz Director General Tel: +41 21 313 4350 Web: www.european-athletics.org

Tennis Europe ISU (International Skating Union) Zur Gempenfluh 36 Chemin de Primerose 2 Lausanne 1007 Contact: Ottavio Cinquanta President Tel: +41 21 612 6666 Web: www.isu.org

ITTF (International Table Tennis Federation) Chemin de la Roche 11 1020 Renens/Lausanne Switzerland Contact: Adham Sharara President Tel: +41 21 340 7090 Web: www.ittf.com

SportAccord/GAISF

Basel 4059 Contact: Olli Mäenpää CEO Tel: +41 61 335 9040 Web: www.tenniseurope.org

EBU (European Broadcasting Union) L’Ancienne-Route 17A Grand-Saconnex 1218 Contact: Jean-Paul Philippot President Tel: +41 22 717 2111 Web: www.ebu.ch

CAS (Court of Arbitration for Sport)

Maison du Sport International Av. de Rhodanie 54 Lausanne 1007 Contact: Hein Verbruggen President Tel: +41 (0) 21 612 30 70 Web: www.sportaccord.com

Château de Béthusy Avenue de Beaumont 2 Lausanne 1012 Switzerland Contact: John D. Coates President Tel: +41 21 613 5000 Web: www.tas-cas.org

UCI (Union Cycliste Internationale)

IMGA (International Masters Games Association)

Ch. de la Mêlée 12 Aigle 1860 Contact: Pat McQuaid President Tel: +41 24 468 5811 Web: www.uci.ch

Maison du Sport International Avenue de Rhodanie 54 Lausanne 1007 Contact: Kai Holm President Tel: +41 21 601 8171 Web: www.imga.ch

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SWITZERLAND WFSGI (World Federation of Sporting Goods Industry) Obere Zollgasse 75 P.O. Box 1664 3072 Ostermundigen/Bern Switzerland Contact: Motoi Oyama President Tel: +41 31 939 60 61 Web: www.wfsgi.org

Federal OfďŹ ce for Sport Route principale 247 Macolin CH-2532 Contact: Matthias Remund Director Tel: +41 32 327 61 11 Web: www.baspo.admin.ch

Swiss Olympic Association Postfach 606 Berne 22 3000 Contact: Jorg Schild President Tel: +41 31 359 7111 Web: www.swissolympic.ch

Swiss Football Federation Postfach Berne 15 3000 Contact: Peter Gillieron President Tel: +41 31 950 8111 Web: www.football.ch

Swiss Ski Federation Maison du Ski Worbstrasse 52 Muri/Berne 3074 Contact: Urs Lehman President Tel: +41 31 950 61 33 Web: www.swiss-ski.ch

Swiss Tennis Route de Soleure 112 Case Postale Bienne CH-2501 Contact: Rene Stammbach President Tel: +41 (0)32 344 07 46 Web: www.swisstennis.ch

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Swiss Cycling Haus des Sportes Talgutzentrum 27 Ittigen 3063 Contact: Melchior Ehrler President Tel: +41 31 3597233 Web: www.cycling.ch

SRG SSR Idee Suisse Fernsehstrasse 1 - 4 Postfach Zurich 8052 Contact: Adrian Boss Sports Rights Tel: +41 44 305 6538 Web: www.sf.tv

CIES 60, 133, 134 Eurosport 96, 142, 164-167, 168, 170, 171, 198, 207, 212


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TURKEY

TURKEY

Euroasia Sports is a company with the widest service network in Turkey’s sports industry sector, which is steadily increasing its might in the world of sports. Our firm, which was established in order to present top-level consultancy and organizational services to its clients by assessing conditions considered unique to Turkey, the Near East, the Middle East, and other Islamic countries. Euroasia Sports provides services in a number of fields, from Event Planning and Sports Communications to Corporate Hosting, from Sports Broadcasting to Sports Marketing and Sponsorship. We provide services that add value to the activities of professional firms which invest in the sports sector, sports federations as well as authorized institutions of Turkish Sports with our sports- and business managementspecialized team with transparency, openness and creativity values.

Deniz Silistre EUROASIASPORTS Business Development & Planning Director t. +(90) 212 211 59 00 f. +(90) 212 217 39 00 gsm. +(90) 530 545 49 31 Address. Kasap Sokak, Eser Is Merkezi No: 16, A Blok, Kat:6, Daire: 52-53 Esentepe 34394 Istanbul e. deniz@euroasiasports.com w. www.euroasiasports.com

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today’s sport is an industry which focuses greatly on the social aspect and has unique dynamics which are distinct from other sectors in the world. For this reason, Euroasia Sports adds positive values to the firms/institutions it undertakes partnerships with its specialized staff members which have spent a significant part of their professional lives involved in various levels of sports. Besides our professional crew, we present top-level services by benefiting from the finest national and foreign academicians and work partners whenever our projects deem this to be necessary. We create a difference in bringing to life projects that make contemporary and strategic contributes to the sports and promotion of the sports industry of our developing country. We provide following services with all the described objectives. SportS CoMMuniCationS and SponSorSHip Along with the comprehension of the critical importance of sponsorship and sports communications within the marketing strategies of companies, a number of establishments in our country have focused their attention in this field. However, the vitalization and rapid growth of the sector has brought a number of difficulties with it. As the number of firms that enter the sector and allocate budgets for sponsorship increases, sponsors find it gradually more difficult to get a high return on their investments. The most important criterias in creating a difference in such an environment are to properly analyze the consumer and to be able to take appropriate action. The first step of taking action is the ability to approach the target group. For this reason, it is our primary goal to ensure the development of a warm and cordial relationship between the brand names and the consumer at all stages of our projects. The following are the explanations of services we present to local brand names, such as Bank Asya, Nesine.com, as well as global brand names such as AON and Herbalife:

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Detailed Analysis Regarding the Sports Industry Selection of Right Projects and Values Preparing Sponsorship Agreements Analyzing Target Audiences Formulating Sports Communications Strategy Determining and Managing Communications Channels z Measuring Activation and Investment Effectiveness z Advertising, Promotion and Production z PR and Lobby Activities z z z z z z

eVent planning and ManageMent The planning and management of sportive events are the main competitor fields that Euroasia Sports is involved in. Our event management team provides our customers with full service in the planning and management with all aspects of these projects in the development of creative, unique and intelligent projects. Amongst the events we have successfully realized with high participation were; Extreme Sailing Series, Erzurum 2011 Winter Universiade, International Skating Union (ISU) Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating Istanbul, IIHF World U20 Championship and the IIHF World U18 Championship organizations, whereas the following studies were executed at this events. z Event planning and assessment z Event and organization management 1. Accreditation 2. Transportation 3. Catering 4. Sound & Lighting 5. Branding 6. Accommodation z Event marketing and communications BroadCaSting and BroadCaSting rigHtS Sports broadcasting rights, the value of which steadily increases with each passing day, have become one of the most important commercial assets in the hands of broadcasting companies on the subject of content.


As the Euroasia Sports team, we show our customers the way with our knowledge and experience in critical subjects such as the characteristics of products in the market, viewer profiles, as well as developments in the national and international broadcast rights markets. Euroasia Sports provides intermediary services in regards to marketing broadcasting rights of a number of national and international events. Moreover, the production of sports events carried out by our firm as well as the production of a number of productions of several sports programs such as Soccer Prince Turkey for the TRT Sports channel within the aegis of the state television TRT, which is the most important television channel in Turkey. The following is a description of our firm’s services in the fields of broadcasting and publishing rights. zz Market research zz Sectorial analysis zz Determining sports broadcasting rights values zz Sports media planning zz Formulating sports media strategy zz Program planning zz Program production zz New media usage and social network optimization Sports Marketing Whenever the term ‘sports marketing’ is mentioned, we find ourselves facing two fundamental factors. The first can be summarized as the marketing of products the sports industry has created, while the second one is the marketing and sales of the products via the sports sector. The consumer and the sector need to be properly analyzed in order to achieve creative marketing solutions under both conditions. Because Euroasia Sports is an establishment which has specialized in the sports industry, it possesses detailed information and a communications network regarding the sector’s shareholders and consumers. For this reason, our firm offers services well beyond the traditional marketing solutions. The information accumulation we possess makes it possible to make spot on decisions on a number of issues, such as market research, consumer perception, consumer segmentation and determining targets. zz Market Research zz Determining and Analyzing Sports Consumer Profiles zz Marketing Leagues, Tournaments and other Sportive Events zz Marketing TV, Internet and New Media Broadcasting Rights zz Marketing Advertising Space

zz Formulating the Range of Licensed Products,

Distribution and Determining Sales Strategies zz Sports-Oriented Promotional Activities

Corporate Consultancy and Project Management As with sports institutions throughout the world, the institutions in our country feel the pressure of the rapidly developing sports industry with each passing day. In this context, the increase of financial resources and their effective usage by these institutions gains more importance. On the other hand, sports management is still regarded as a means to attain social status, or an exciting hobby that people deal with in their spare time. In considering the existing conjuncture of this situation, in reality, there isn’t a single sports institution that is sustainable. For this reason, the top management bears critical importance in gearing itself towards forming an institutional structure that can be used to the benefit of Turkish Sports, towards using its limited working hours more effectively and towards making only strategic decisions without getting involved with daily affairs. In this regard, the institutions we provide services in the fields of corporate consultancy and project management are the very highest institutions of Turkish Sports, such as The General Directorate of Youth & Sports (GSGM), which is taking important steps in the name of structuring, as well as various sports federations. The preparation of a Master Plan for the Erzurum Winter Universiade 2011, which was considered a landmark in Turkish Sports as a multi-winter sports event which was held in our country for the first time, as well as the follow-on consultancy services presented to all departments of the Organization Committee to ensure adherence to the initial plan is just one example of the important studies we conduct within this scope. The following titles summarize our consultancy services: zz Corporate targets and determining suitable strategies zz Organizational Planning zz Determining corporate principles

and fundamental values zz Organizational design zz Determining tasks, authorities and responsibilities zz Forming a inner-corporate reporting network zz Professional Reporting studies zz Solutions that increase the productivity

of the management board zz Corporate identity studies

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TURKEY National Olympic Committee of Turkey Olimpiyatevi / Olympic House Kisim Sonu 4 Atakoy-Istanbul 34158 Contact: Ugur ERDENER President Tel: +90 212 560 0707 Web: www.turkishnoc.org

Türkiye Futbol Federasyonu (Turkish Football Federation) Istinye Mah. Darüssafaka Cad. 45 Post Code: 34330 Kat 2 ve 3 Sanyer Istanbul Contact: Mahmut Ozgener President Tel: +90 212 362 2222 Web: www.tff.org

Türkiye Basketbol Federasyonu (hosting 2010 FIBA World Championship) Abdi Ipekci Spor Salonu 10. Yıl Cad. Zeytinburnu Istanbul 34020 Contact: Turgay Demirel President Tel: +90 212 679 7420 Web: www.tbf.org.tr

Türkiye Atletizm Federasyonu (Turkish Athletics Federation) Atletizm Federasyonu Baskanligi Naili Moran, 19 mayis Spor Kompleksi Ulus - Ankara Contact: Mehmet Terzi President Tel: +90 312 310 7652 Web: www.taf.org.tr

Instanbul Park Circuit Göçbeyli Köyü Yolu Tuzla Istanbul 34959 Contact: Gül Abdullah President Tel: +90 216 677 1010 Web: www.istanbulparkcircuit.com

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Ali Sami Yen Sport Complex / Türk Telekom Arena (Galatasaray FC)

TURKEY

Ali Sami Yen Stadyumu Mecidiyekoy Fulya Istanbul 34394 Contact: Adnan Polat Chairman Tel: +90 212 216 1500 Web: www.galatasaray.org

Istanbul Atatürk Olympic Stadium

Kayseri Arena (2010 FIBA World Championship Venue)

Ikitelli Istanbul Contact: President Tel: +90 212 413 3000 Web: www.ataturkolimpiyatstadi.net

Antalya Hasim Isçan 07100

Besiktas Inönü Stadium

Halkapinar Spor Salonu Atatürk Spor Komleksi Halkapinar Izmir 35220 Tel: +90 232 486 3536

Süleyman Seba Caddesi, No:48 BJK Plaza Akaretler, Besiktas Istanbul 34357 Contact: Yıldırım Demirören Chairman Tel: +90 212 310 1000 Web: www.besiktasjk.com.tr

Sükrü Saracoglu Stadium (Fenerbahçe) Fenerbahçe Sports Club Fenerbahce Sükrü Saracoglu Stadium Kadıköy, Caferaga 34714 Contact: Aziz Yıldırım President Tel: +90 216 542 9250 Web: www.fenerbahce.org

Abdi Ipekçi Arena (2010 FIBA World Championship Venue) 10. Yıl Cad. Zeytinburnu Istanbul 34020 Contact: Turgay Demirel Tel: +90 212 679 7420 Web: www.tbf.org.tr

Ankara Arena (2010 FIBA World Championship Venue) Gar. 06330 / Ankara Ankara 06330 Tel: +90 312 318 16 10

Izmir Halkapınar Sport Hall (2010 FIBA World Championship Venue)

Sinan Erdem Dome (2010 FIBA World Championship Venue) Bakırköy Zuhuratbaba

Turkiye Radyo Televizyon Kurumu Or-an, Ankara 06540 Tel: +90 312 490 4300 Web: www.trt.net.tr

Istanbul University Department of Physical Education and Sport Istanbul Üniversitesi Merkez Kampüsü Beyazıt/Eminönü Istanbul 34452 Contact: Söylet Yunus President Tel: +90-212 631 08 60 Web: www.istanbul.edu.tr

CIES 60, 133, 134 Eurosport 6, 142, 164-167, 168, 170, 171, 198, 207, 212


UNITED ARAB EMIRATES United Arab Emirates National Olympic Committee P.O. Box 4350 Dubai UAE Contact: Sheikh Ahmed Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum President Tel: +971 4 268 7333 Web: www.uaenoc.ae

UAE

Dubai Sports Council P.O. Box 9888 Dubai UAE Contact: Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum President Tel: +971 4 324 4446 Web: www.dubaisportscouncil.net

General Authority of Youth and Sports Welfare Po Box 539 Musaffah Street Near Zayed Sport City Abu Dhabi Contact: brahim Abdul Malik Mohd Tel: +971 2 449 1000 Web: www.youth-sports.ae

United Arab Emirates Equestrian & Racing Federation P.O. Box 3234 Khalidya Street Abu Dhabi UAE Contact: Sheikh Sultan Bin Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan President Tel: +971 2 666 1800 Web: www.uaeequafed.ae

Automobile and Touring Club For United Arab Emirates (ATCUAE) ATCUAE Building, Al Wuheida Str. PO Box 5078 Al Mumzar Dubai UAE Contact: Mohammed Ahmad Bin Sulayem President Tel: +971 4 2961122 Web: www.atcuae.ae

Emirates Cricket Board Sharjah Cricket Stadium P.O. Box 88 Sharjah UAE Tel: + 971 6 542 2991 Web: www.emiratescricket.com

ICC (International Cricket Council) Street 69, Dubai Sports City Emirates Road, P.O. Box 500070 Dubai UAE Contact: Sharad Pawar President Tel: +971 4 382 8800 Web: icc-cricket.yahoo.net

Abu Dhabi Motor Racing Circuit Yas Marina Circuit, Yas Island P.O Box 130001 Abu Dhabi, UAE Contact: Paul Quinn International Media Manager Tel: +971 (0) 2 4100 824 Web: www.yasmarinacircuit.ae

Dubai Sports City Emirates Road (next to Dubai Autodrome) P.O. Box 111123 Dubai UAE Contact: Khalid Al Zarooni President Tel: +971 4 425 1111 Web: www.dubaisportscity.ae

PGA European Tour 201 Sport Resolutions 151, 188, 189 Velocity Brand Management 63, 66-69, 70, 98 wTVision 162, 182-185, 220

Dubai Autodrome P.O.Box 57331 Dubai UAE Contact: Richa Mergulhao Track Manager Tel: +971 4 367 8700 Web: www.dubaiautodrome.com

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UKRAINE Ministry of Family Youth and Sport Esplanadna St. 42 Kiev 01023 Contact: Ravil Safilullin Minister

UKRAINE

Ukraine Olympic Committee Esplanadna St. 42 01601 Kiev Contact: Sergey Bubka President Tel: +380 44 246 6233 Web: www.noc-ukr.org

Euro 2012 Labaratorny Prov.7-a Kiev 01133 Contact: Grygoriy SURKIS Tournament Director Ukraine Tel: (+380)44-521-05-18 Web: www.euro2012.com

Ukraine Gymnastics federation Kiev 01901 Contact: Albina Deryugina President Tel: +380 44-270-52-89 Web: www.ukraine-rg.com

Ukraine Football Federation Labaratorny Prov.7-a Kiev 01133 Contact: Grygoriy Surkis President Tel: +38 44-521-05-18 Web: ffu.org.ua

Ukraine Wrestling Federation Esplanadna Str.42 Kiev 01601 Contact: Elbrus Tedeev President Tel: +380 44-289-11-54 Web: www.ukrwrestling.com

Boxing Kominterna Str.8 Kiev 01032 Contact: Volodymyr Prodyvus President Tel: +380 44-244-69-52 Web: www.fbu.net.ua

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Eurosport 96, 142, 164-167, 168, 170, 171, 198, 207, 212


UNITED KINGDOM The British Olympic Association 6O Charlotte St London W1T 2NU Contact: Andy Hunt Chief Executive Tel: 0207 842 5700 Web: www.boa.org.uk

UNITED KINGDOM

The British Paralympic Association 6O Charlotte St London W1T 2NU Contact: Phil Lane CEO Tel: 0207 842 5789 Web: www.paralympics.org.uk

CGF (Commonwealth Games Federation) 2nd Floor 138 Piccadilly London W1J 7NR UK Contact: Michael Hooper Chief Executive Officer Tel: 020 7491 8801 Web: www.thecgf.com

London 2012 One Churchill Place Canary Wharf London E14 5LN Contact: Paul Deighton Chief Executive Tel: 0203 2012000 Web: www.london2012.com

UK Sport 40 Bernard Street London WC1N 1ST Contact: John Steele Chief Executive Tel: 020 7211 5100 Web: www.uksport.gov.uk

ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL Football Association Wembley National Stadium Ltd Wembley London HA9 0WS Contact: Ian Watmore Chief Executive Tel: 0844 980 8001 Web: www.thefa.com

FA Premier League 30 Gloucester Place London W1U 8PL Contact: Richard Scudamore Chief Executive Tel: 020 7864 9000 Web: www.premierleague.com

ATHLETICS UK Athletics Athletics House, Central Boulevard Blythe Valley Park Solihull B90 8AJ Contact: Niels de Vos Chief Executive Tel: 0870 998 6800 Web: www.ukathletics.net

BOXING Amateur Boxing Association of England Ltd The English Institute of Sport Coleridge Road Sheffield S9 5DA Contact: Diane Barnard Operations Manager Tel: 011 4223 5654 Web: www.abae.co.uk

CRICKET England & Wales Cricket Board Lord’s Cricket Ground London NW8 8QZ Contact: David Collier Chief Executive Tel: 020 7432 1200

CYCLING British Cycling National Cycling Centre Stuart Street Manchester M11 4DQ Contact: Simon Lillistone Marketing & Communications Director Tel: 0161 274 2000 Web: www.britishcycling.org.uk

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UNITED KINGDOM EQUESTRIAN British Equestrian Federation

NETBALL England Netball Association

National Agricultural Centre Stoneleigh Park Kenilworth CV8 2RH Contact: Andrew Finding Chief Executive Tel: 024 7669 8871 Web: www.bef.co.uk

Netball House 9 Paynes Park Hitchin SG5 1EH Contact: Paul Clark Chief Executive Tel: 01462 442344 Web: www.englandnetball.co.uk

GOLF RUGBY LEAGUE Professional Golfers’ Association Rugby Football League Centenary House The De Vere Belfry Sutton Coldfield B76 9PT Contact: Sandy Jones, Chief Executive Tel: 01675 470333 Web: www.pga.info

Red Hall Red Hall Lane Leeds LS17 8NB Contact: Richard Lewis Executive Chairman Tel: 0844 477 7113 Web: www.therfl.co.uk

HOCKEY England Hockey

RUGBY UNION Rugby Football Union

Bisham Abbey National Sports Centre Marlow, Buckinghamshire, SL7 1RR Contact: Sally Munday Chief Executive Tel: 01628 897500 Web: www.englandhockey.co.uk

Rugby Road Twickenham TW1 1DS Contact: Paul Vaughan Business Operations Director Tel: 0870 405 2000 Web: www.rfu.com

HORSE RACING British Horseracing Authority 75 High Holborn London WC1V 6LS Contact: Nic Coward Chief Executive Tel: 020 715 20000

MOTOR SPORTS The Royal Automobile Club Motor Sports Association Ltd Motor Sports House Riverside Park Colnbrook Slough SL3 0HG Contact: Allan Dean-Lewis MBE External Affairs Executive Tel: 01753 765000 Web: www.msauk.org

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SAILING/YACHTING Royal Yachting Association RYA House Ensign Way, Hamble Southhampton SO31 4YA Contact: Rod Carr Chief Executive Tel: 0238 060 4213 Web: www.rya.org.uk

TENNIS The Lawn Tennis Association The National Tennis Centre 100 Priory Lane Roehampton London SW15 5JQ Contact: Adam Mason Head of Commercial Tel: 0208 487 7000 Web: www.lta.org.uk

Applied Image Recognition 82 CIES 60, 133, 134 Crystal CG 72, 210 Definitive Events 90, 141 Eurosport 96, 142, 164-167, 168, 170, 171, 198, 207, 212 Mike Burton Sports Travel 105, 117, 147 Sail Royal Greenwich 126 SIS Live 220 SportsMark Europe 97, 126, 149 Whole Nine Yards Productions Limited 63, 151


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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA USOC US Olympic Complex 27 South Tejon, CO 80903 Colorado Springs Colorado Contact: Scott Blackmun CEO Tel: 001 719 634 5000 Web: www.teamusa.org

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

Major League Baseball 245 Park Avenue, 31st Floor New York NY 10167 Contact: Alan Selig Commissioner Tel: 001 212 931-7800 Web: mlb.mlb.com

National Football League 280 Park Avenue New York NY 10017 Contact: Roger Goodell Commissioner Tel: 001 212 712 8800 Web: www.nfl.com

NBA Olympic Tower 645 Fifth Avenue New York 10022 Contact: David Stern Commissioner Tel: 001 212 407 8000 Web: www.nba.com

National Hockey League 1251 Avenue of the Americas, 47th Floor New York NY 10020 Contact: Gary Betman Commissioner Tel: 001 212 789 2000 Web: www.nhl.com

USA Track and Field 132 East Washington Street, Suite 800 Indianapolis IN 46204 Contact: Doug Logan

CEO

Tel: 001 317 261 0500 Web: www.usatf.org

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Rice University

1 Olympic Plaza, Colorado Springs COLO 80909 Contact: Chuck Wielgus CEO Tel: 001 719 866 4578 Web: www.usaswimming.org

6100 Main MS-545 P.O. Box 1892 Houston TX 77251-1892 Contact: Clark D Haptonstall Professor in the Practice of Sport Management Tel: 713-348-8813 Web: sportmanagement.rice.edu

Equestrian 4047 Iron Works Parkway Lexington KY 40511 Contact: John Long CEO Tel: 001 859 258 2472 Web: www.usef.org

MLS 110 East 42nd St 10th Floor New York NY 10017 Contact: Don Garber Commissioner Tel: 001 212 450 1200 Web: www.mlssoccer.com

Neag School of Education, University of Connecticut Gentry 342, 249 Glenbrook Road Unit 2064 C Storrs CT 06269-2064 Contact: Richard L Schwab Dean Tel: 860-486-3813 Web: www.education.uconn.edu

University of Michigan 3150 Observatory Lodge 1402 Washington Heights Ann Arbor MI 48109-2013 Contact: Rodney Fort Professor, Sport Management Tel: 734-647-8989 Web: www.kines.umich.edu


University of California, Santa Barbara Department of Exercise & Sport Studies UCSB Santa Barbara CA 93106-3025 Contact: Jon Spaventa Director Tel: 805-893-3702 Web: www.essr.ucsb.edu

The University of Texas at Austin University of Texas at Austin Sport Management Program, Kinesiology and Health Education Bellmont Hall 1007, 1 University Station-D3700 Austin TX 78712-0360 Contact: Richard Hogeda Undergraduate Coordinator Tel: 512-475-6146 Web: www.edb.utexas.edu

University of Florida FLG 300E, Department of Tourism, Recreation & Sport Management P.O. Box 118208 Gainesville Fl 32611-8208 Contact: Garrett Beatty Academic Adviser Tel: 352-392-4042 ext. 1312 Web: hhp.ufl.edu

University of Miami Merrick Bldg. 313-E, School of Education 5202 University Drive Coral Gables FL 33146 Contact: Issac Prilleltensky Dean, School of Education. Professor of Educational and Psychological Studies Tel: 305-284-3505 Web: education.miami.edu

Ohio State University School of Physical Activity & Educational Services (PAES), A100 PAES Building 305 W. 17th Ave Columbus OH 43210-1224 Phone: (614) 292-6787 Web: ehe.osu.edu

University of Georgia Department of Kinesiology, Ramsey Student Center, 300 River Road Athens GA 30602-6554 Contact: Carter Priscilla Academic Advisor Tel: 706-542-8391 Web: www.coe.uga.edu

Applied Image Recognition 82 Crystal CG 72, 210 SIS Live 220 SportsMark Europe 97, 126, 149 Unique Venues of London 128, 130, 139

University of Minnesota School of Kinesiology, 207 Cooke Hall 1900 University Ave. SE Minneapolis MN 55455 Contact: Jo Ann Buysee Coordinator, sport management program Tel: 612-625-5300 Web: www.cehd.umn.edu

Indianapolis Motor Speedway, LLC 4790 West 16th Street Indianapolis IN 46222 Contact: Jeff Belskus President & CEO Tel: +1 317-492-8500 Web: www.indianapolismotor speedway.com

NASCAR Circuit NASCAR PO Box 2875 Daytona Beach FL 32120-2875 Contact: Brian France CEO Tel: +386-681-5977 Web: www.nascar.com

US Open Tennis Stadium United States Tennis Association 70 West Red Oak Lane White Plains NY 10604 Contact: John B. Hess CEO Tel: 914-696-7000 Web: www.usopen.org

US Open Golf Courses The United States Golf Association PO Box 708 Far Hills NJ 07931-0708 Contact: James Vernon President Tel: 908-234-2300 Web: www.usopen.com

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index Action Images Aerial Camera Systems Airton Risk Management Applied Image Recognition BBC Worldwide Birkbeck College (SMRS)

74 218 60, 90, 176-179, 180 82 2, 207 136

Bowtie

218, 219

Calacus

60, 192

Charles Russell CIES City of Manchester Clipper Ventures