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Coaches invited to learn from the best

Coaches of all sporting levels are invited to the ICCE global coaches house to be held during GC2018 next month.

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Puma plans return to basketball court

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."

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Airline deal for surfers' top breaks

Budget airline AirAsia and Australia's leading surfing bodies inked a deal that will see the carrier become surfing's official airline partner.

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It's on the cards for netball fans

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.

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ASICS sign on as triathlon 'developer'

The International Triathlon Union has signed a multiple year global agreement with ASICS as a Global Development Partner.

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Maccas to feed AFLW players for five

Burger chain McDonald's has signed to sponsor the AFLW for the next five years.

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Secondary schools in boost for tennis programmes

The tennis programme for primary schools is working well and now is the time to include it in secondary schools, reports Tennis Australia.

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Optus sponsors GC2018 swim centre too

Telecommunications giant Optus has inked an deal to sponsor the aquatic centre for the April Commonwealth Games.

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Icecream brand has GC2018 licked

Peters Ice Cream has signed as a sponsor of the Commonwealth Games multi-sport event, to be held in April on the Coast Coast.

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Catching rugby sevens short in matches

Financial services company Invast Global has signed to become shorts sponsor for Australia's rugby sevens national teams this year.

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Yenda beer wets union whistles

Australian Beer Company inks a deal for its Yenda beer brand to partner Rugby Australia, and the super rugby club competition for the next three seasons.

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Roar signs loan deal on shirt fronts

Brisbane Roar signs a shirt sponsorship deal with loan provider Central Home Loans which will serve as a platinum partner for the rest of the current season and all of next.

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Games uniforms for winter athletes

Eighteen National Olympic Committees from four continents will be provided with free competition clothing for the Winter Olympics, thanks to the support of the IOC and the WFSGI.

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Diadora's uniforms show off green'n'gold

The huge Aussie team for the Commonwealth Games have had a chance to see what they will be wearing to compete in April.

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Outdoor retailer calls in administrators

Outdoor retailer Kangaroo Tent City & BBQs has entered administration.

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Nike is named as top sports brand

The Brand Finance Global 500 brands has Nike at number 40, and the only sports brand to feature in the top 100.

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The G lands both World T20 finals

Eight Aussie cities will host World T20 fixtures in 2020, when the men's and women's battles will be fought at either end of the year.

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Kia drives major new deal for tennis

Korean car brand Kia has added a further five years to its 17 as major sponsor of the Australian Open.

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Club grants to get Victorians moving

Health promotion foundation VicHealth is aiming to get more inactive Victorians taking part in community sport with around $400,000 in new funding.

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We were all watching the Ashes

The Nine Network reports a rating success for its Ashes coverage, with greater numbers viewing, and higher revenue from corporate sponsorship.

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Tennis Open: Counting the millions too

As the Aussie Open gets underway in Melbourne today, the dollars the two-week event generate are truly eye-watering.

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Academic calls for parks for oldies

Victoria University exercise researcher calls for seniors-only parks across Australia, saying "children have parks for exercise, why don't the elderly?"

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Yonex to play the Open again

Japanese racquet brand Yonex has renewed its partnership with the Australian Open tennis tournament for a third year.

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It's all down to business, Aussies say

Research shows that 58 percent of Aussies believe businesses have a responsibility to prevent environmental damage in their supply chain.

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Boxing Day 'spending hits $2.4 billion'

Australian Retailers Association tipped this year's Boxing Day sales to have reached $2.4 billion.

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