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As Smart Energy Partner, Vattenfall joins Åre 2019 to enable climate-neutral World Ski Championships
Vattenfall has joined Åre 2019 as Smart Energy Partner, contributing advice and expertise to help the Championships become as climate smart as possible. Vattenfall also provides various technology solutions to ensure sustainable energy supply. This cooperation is an important piece of the puzzle to enable fossil-fuel free transport, to ensure continuous renewable power supply and to help compensate the event’s climate impact.
As the Red Bull Air Race World Championship returns to Ascot Racecourse for the third consecutive year on 13-14 August, the outcome is uncertain, but one thing is clear: whoever stands on the top of the podium at the legendary track will be doing so for the first time. With the retirement of Britain’s own two-time Ascot winner and three-time world champion Paul Bonhomme, the race for the title is wide open this year. A confident German, a charging Austrian and 12 more elite pilots will be eager to enter the ranks of winners at the historic racecourse – none more than another British hero, Nigel Lamb.
A forest of nearly 100 Astera Titan Tubes were used by lighting designer Nook Schoenfeld to create some high impact lighting effects during a sizzle-reel shoot to get player highlights for NHL ice hockey team Minnesota Wild, who are based in the Excel Center Arena, St Paul, Minneapolis. These are shown when the players’ names flash up onscreen before and during a game and are also used to highlight players on televised ads, interstitials and other promotions through a season. These clips are shot during a designated ‘media day’ about two weeks ahead of the season opening each season.
Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda, formerly known as Scuderia Toro Rosso, gave motorsports fans around the world an exclusive first look at the brand new Formula One car, “ATO1”, as part of a unique launch event on February 14th at 8pm CET live from Salzburg’s Hangar-7.
US telecommunications company AT&T and its DirecTV satellite service provider and broadcaster have agreed carriage deals for the new cable television channel that will be launched under a partnership between media company NBCUniversal, the International Olympic Committee and United States Olympic Committee.
Three years ago Claire Wilkie spotted a gap in the sports market. Not only were many smaller sports struggling to produce professional quality coverage, either through a lack of budget or production skills, but they were also often prohibited by the physical dimensions of the venues staging the competitions.