Results 1 - 15 from 2022 in „Sports”
It's time to stand together. Due to the coronavirus numerous #Bundesliga & 2nd Bundesliga matches will have to be held without a stadium audience over the next two weekends. Like all fans in Germany and throughout Europe, we regret that the unique football experience in the stadium, which we all love, is not possible at the moment. We therefore have come together as a #team and have decided that it is time to stand together! We wanted to do our part to ensure that as many fans as possible can still enjoy Bundesliga live. So together with our long-standing partner DFL Deutsche Fußball Liga, we have agreed that we will broadcast the original Sky Bundesliga conference on Saturday afternoon as well as the 2nd Bundesliga conference on Sunday live on #SkySportNewsHD, free to all, over the next two match days.
In an exciting partnership between ATP, ATP Media, Infosys (the Global Technology Services Partner of the ATP World Tour) and Sony Professional Solutions Europe, visitors to the Fan Zone at The O2 will be able to immerse themselves in matches by stepping into unique interactive pods featuring PlayStation®VR where they will find themselves in a virtual tennis world.
On November 13, the time has come to sign up for the Wings for Life World Run 2020. What happens when well over 100,000 people across the globe walk, run, and roll in wheelchairs at the same time for a great cause? Personal goals are reached, lifetime friendships are made and the world comes closer to finding a cure for spinal cord injury. The chase-based format is perfect for all levels of participation, everyone feels the excitement, and each person makes a difference. Registration opens November 13!
Max Verstappen believes that the Formula One drivers will "try and put on a good show for everyone watching at home on TV" when the 2020 season finally gets underway with the Austrian GP at Aston Martin Red Bull Racing's home track this weekend in Spielberg. The Dutchman has won the last two races at the Red Bull Ring and he is looking forward to getting back on the track alongside teammate Alexander Albon with team principal Christian Horner directing tactics from the pit wall.
"What are the Economic Consequences of the Current Crisis on the Financing of Sport, Lessons Learned and the Alternatives?"
Football fans in Russia and around the world today shared their enthusiasm as FIFA, the Local Organising Committee (LOC) and hosts Russia celebrated 100 days to go to the 2018 FIFA World Cup™. The milestone was marked by festivities across the 11 Host Cities and included a range of football matches, a 2018-metre race in Volgograd, thousands of volunteers ice skating in Moscow and a dancing masterclass entitled “We are the fans!” in Nizhny Novgorod.
Globecast, the global solutions provider for media, has announced today that it has successfully completed a major project with its customer Lagardère SPORTS to bring comprehensive daily coverage of the 11th All Africa Games to European and African audiences.
LiveU released its live broadcasting figures during the FIFA World Cup™ in Russia with 485 units onsite used by customers from over 40 countries. The numbers have doubled, and even tripled, since the 2014 FIFA World Cup™ – including over 15,000 hours of live broadcasting, over 30,000 live sessions and 36TB of live transmission – with LiveU’s LU600 4K HEVC solution enabling customers to broadcast more hours with less data. Customers used LiveU to follow the teams, interview the players and the fans, and capture the atmosphere with daily live feeds.