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30 Apr 2019
China has topped Sportcal’s GSI Nations Index in 2019 by overtaking USA whilst Japan continues its meteoric rise by climbing two positions in to third.
30 Apr 2019
Tokyo, Japan, has opened up a significant gap at the top of Sportcal’s GSI Cities Index 2019, retaining the title of Global Sports City. Lima, Abu Dhabi, Glasgow and Budapest are the biggest climbers in the top 20, while Helsinki and London lose ground.
11 Apr 2019
A report into the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games has detailed heavier spending by local government than for the Glasgow Games 2014, but has also produced a long list of expected economic benefits.
19 Mar 2019
A new report says the Premier League can learn from the NFL when it comes to improving the spectator experience, while rugby and basketball offer good value.
14 Mar 2019
FISU president, Oleg Matytsin said the event “has set new standards”. Sportcal Events explores the achievements of the 2019 Winter Universiade in Krasnoyarsk, ahead of evaluating the event as part of Sportcal's GSI Event Studies Programme.
13 Mar 2019
Officials from Lima 2019, the organising committee for this year's Pan American Games, have visited London to learn how the London 2012 Olympics left a lasting legacy.
20 Feb 2019
The future of the Commonwealth Games remains under the microscope but figures from Gold Coast 2018 give proponents some ammunition with which to fight back.
17 Jan 2019
Upon launch of the Star Sixes soccer concept, Pitch International set lofty ambitions for a global six-a-side event bringing together retired stars from around the world. More than two years on, the commercial plan has shifted to a regionally-focused approach.
16 Jan 2019
The Hempel Sailing World Championships Aarhus 2018 delivered a significant direct economic and global media impact according to Sportcal's latest GSI Event Study, commissioned by World Sailing, Sport Event Denmark and the City of Aarhus.
16 Oct 2018
“If you don’t have another agenda, you shouldn’t be bidding for the games,” says Arup’s Jerome Frost, one of a team of UK specialists advising Lima on hosting the 2019 Pan American Games.