The International Modern Pentathlon Union (UIPM) has released accounts making plain the huge extent of its dependence on revenue arising from the sport’s place on the Olympic programme.
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Relations between Olympic hosts China and West still in freefall as allies join US in condemning proposed Hong Kong law
Tensions between the United States and China, the next Winter Olympic host, ratcheted steadily upwards this week, as provocative legislation edged closer to enactment in both countries.
Dentsu, the Tokyo 2020 marketing agency, has acknowledged that it anticipates "a material decline in revenues" this year because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The International Hockey Federation (FIH) is teaming up with NAGRA, the digital TV arm of the Kudelski Group, a Swiss technology company, to create a new multimedia platform that it hopes will develop into the "home" of the sport for its 30 million fans and practitioners worldwide.
International Olympic Committee (IOC) worldwide sponsor Alibaba Group appears to be weathering the COVID-19 crisis in a satisfactory manner.
Relations between US and Olympic hosts China set to deteriorate further after Hong Kong security law
United States-China relations appeared to nosedive further today, after China decided to impose a new national security law on Hong Kong.
Flooding in the north of the United States has impacted an industrial site owned by Dow, the giant chemicals company which is a worldwide sponsor of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), forcing the shutdown of on-site operating units.
Global sports sponsorship rights fees are set to fall by more than $17 billion (£14 billion/€15.5 billion), or 37 per cent year-on-year, according to a new projection.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has acknowledged that some worldwide sponsors might pay agreed sums later than originally anticipated, as a consequence of the postponement of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games forced by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Worldwide International Olympic Committee (IOC) sponsor Toyota has forecast a collapse in profits in the current financial year.
Exclusive: International Weightlifting Federation budgeted to spend 93 per cent of revenues on anti-doping in 2019
The International Weightlifting Federation (IWF) spent a sum equivalent to well over half its annual revenues on anti-doping in 2018.
IWF tells IOC it does not need advance payment of Tokyo 2020 money and announces extra funds for national bodies
The International Weightlifting Federation (IWF) has become the latest Summer Olympic sports body to declare that it will require no advance payment of money linked to the sport's presence on the Tokyo 2020 programme from the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
Exclusive: World Archery reschedules $2.5 million payment with Credit Suisse until after postponed Tokyo 2020 Olympics
World Archery has renegotiated the payment schedule via which it is financing the cost of the World Archery Excellence Centre in Lausanne, as it seeks to cope with the financial consequences of the coronavirus pandemic.
An unexplained injection of financial income enabled the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) to post a bigger-than-expected profit for 2019.
Airbnb, the short-term room-rental service that became a global sponsor of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) less than six months ago, is cutting 25 per cent of its workforce.