After almost a decade, Melbourne's Etihad Stadium will have a new name after a deal signed with The Walt Disney Company Australia.
Alinta Energy has signed up as major sponsor for the national men's team, in a win for Cricket Australia.
Kiteboarding is set to make its Summer Olympic debut in Marseille at Paris 2024 after being approved as one of the ten sailing events on the programme.
The inaugural National Disability Sports Conference will be held in conjunction with peak body Disability Sport and Recreation.
Football Federation Australia and MKTG have inked a deal for the launch of a new digital strategy.
The Hype DC brand is opening a new sneaker concept store in Sydney's Queen Victoria building, planned for end May.
Netball Australia has inked a fundraising partnership with confectionery brand Cadbury to help sustain grassroots sport.
Data provider Stats expands its partnership with the NRL for five years and will include under 16 junior representative matches.
Amazon will add a second Australian fulfilment centre later this year, planned for Moorebank in Sydney.
Global sportswear brand Under Armour is reported to be faltering a little in its relentless march forward, but our region has grown well.
The Ironman triathlon series has signed a multi-year extension to its partnership with running shoe brand Hoka One One.
Melbourne comes out tops as the best large city in the ultimate sports cities awards for 2018, along with having the best venues and the best event strategy.
According to Ispo News, visiting fitness clubs is a massive trend across Europe and growing fast.
According to a report in the UK's Financial Times, adidas is to cut the number of its stores globally "but make them better."
Melbourne FC has inked a partnership with Nissan's premium car brand Infiniti.
Health promotion foundation VicHealth is challenging sports organisations and local councils to develop new ideas to get Victorians active with up to $450,000 in funding up for grabs.
More than 6600 athletes are competing in the Commonwealth Games this week, participating in 18 sports.
Nike leads in the Brand Finance Top 50 list of the most valuable apparel brands in the world, with adidas showing up at number four.
Coaches of all sporting levels are invited to the ICCE global coaches house to be held during GC2018 next month.
Puma is reported to have plans to return to the basketball market "to better compete with adidas and Nike in the major markets of China and the USA."
Budget airline AirAsia and Australia's leading surfing bodies inked a deal that will see the carrier become surfing's official airline partner.
Netball fans can collect their favourite players with new Suncorp Super Netball trading cards, claiming to be the first range of trading cards in Australia focused on female athletes.
The International Triathlon Union has signed a multiple year global agreement with ASICS as a Global Development Partner.
Burger chain McDonald's has signed to sponsor the AFLW for the next five years.
The tennis programme for primary schools is working well and now is the time to include it in secondary schools, reports Tennis Australia.