Ministry of Sport

“Crowds Will Rush Back To Sport” GBE Managing And Creative Director Says

Great Big Events (GBE) managing and creative director, Greg Bowman, told Ministry of Sport he believes “crowds will rush back to sport” as soon as they are given the chance, but the dominant feeling in the...

Category - International

Importance Of Removing Athletes From Play Post-Concussion

A new study has identified the importance of removing athletes from play immediately following a concussion, stating athletes who are removed from playing a sport following a concussion have a shorter recovery time and...

FIFA To Distribute $165 Million To Member Associations

FIFA is set to distribute $165 million across its 211 member associations over the next few days. The operational funding for 2019 and 2020 will be paid to 211 national governing bodies worldwide in an effort to reduce...

COVID-19 Threatens Women’s Football

FIFPRO, the world players’ union for football, has released a paper warning the growth of professional women’s football is threatened by the implications of COVID-19 (Coronavirus), and the sector faces “an almost...

Athletic Trainers Focus On Virtual Care Through COVID-19

As the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic has forced the suspension or cancellation of most major sporting competitions around the world, athletic trainers are finding virtual ways to remain operational. Even though their...

Dallas Mavericks Reimburse Employees Who Eat Locally

Dallas Mavericks owner, Mark Cuban, has announced the Mavericks will reimburse employees who purchase breakfast or lunch at independent establishments in the Dallas area. The decision is in an effort to support local...

WWE WrestleMania 36 Is Most Social Event In Its History

World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) has hailed last weekend’s WrestleMania 36 as the ‘most social event’ in its history after the pre-recorded, closed event recorded 967 million video views and 46 million hours of...

Bundesliga Planning To Return Within A Month

The Bundesliga could return as early as the beginning of May, with German Football League (DFL) chief executive, Christian Seifert, saying the country’s top two soccer competitions could resume play in less than a...