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    • Sports sponsorships

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    • Sports agent

    • A sports agent is a legal representative hence agent for professional sports figures like athletes, managers and coaches and he procures and negotiates employment and endorsement contracts for the athlete or coach whom he represents. Because of the unique characteristics of the industry sports agents are responsible fo ... Read »


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    • Tetsuro Kiyooka

    • Tetsuro Kiyooka

      Tetsuro Kiyooka (清岡 哲朗, Tetsuro Kiyooka, July 30, 1970) is a Japanese entrepreneur, businessperson and former FIFA Players' Agent (Sports agent) who founded Shootribe Inc in 2000, a sports agency and web design operation. He holds Permanent residency in Canada and his ancestors are the Shizoku in To ... Read »


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    • Contract year phenomenon

    • Contract year phenomenon is a term used in North American sports to describe the occurrence when athletes perform at a very high level in the season prior to their free agency eligibility. Most often, these athletes have seasons that are statistically better than previous years, but then once they sign their new contra ... Read »


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    • Economics of the FIFA World Cup

    • The FIFA World Cup has a significant impact on the global economy. FIFA, football’s global governing body with 204 member countries, is beginning to view itself as a global "big business". The 1994 World Cup in the United States was hosted in a number of different cities. In Los Angeles, site of the final, th ... Read »


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    • The ESPN Sports Poll

    • The ESPN (Chilton) Sports Poll was created by the Chilton Company in 1993 and launched on January 4, 1994. The Sports Poll was the first ongoing research service to measure sports fan interests, activities and preferences in the United States. In 1997, the influence of the Sports Poll was recognized by Sporting News: " ... Read »


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    • Financial history of the New York Giants

    • The New York Giants, an American football team which plays in the National Football League (NFL), have had a long, and at times turbulent financial history. The Giants were founded in 1925 by businessman and bookmaker Tim Mara with an investment of 500 US$, and became one of the first teams in the then five-year-old NF ... Read »


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    • Game 39

    • "Game 39" or the international round was a proposed extra round of matches in the Premier League to be played at neutral venues outside England. The top football league in England, the Premier League is currently played on a double round robin basis, where each team play the other 19 home and away, giving a total of 38 ... Read »


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    • Gate receipts

    • Gate receipts, or simply "gate," is the sum of money taken at a sporting venue for the sale of tickets. Traditionally, gate receipts were largely or entirely taken in cash. Today, many sporting venues will operate a season ticket scheme, which will mean they allocate a proportion of season ticket moneys when announcin ... Read »


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    • High performance sport

    • High performance sport or élite sport is sport at the highest level of competition, with élite athletes as the competitors. In sports administration "high performance sport", where the emphasis is on winning prestigious competitions, is distinguished from "mass sport" or "recreational sport", where the emphasis i ... Read »


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    • Sport industry

    • Sport industry is a market in which people, activities, business, and organizations involved in producing, facilitating, promoting, or organizing any activity, experience, or business enterprise focused on sports. It is the market in which the businesses are products offered to its buyers are sports related and may be ... Read »


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    • List of largest sports contracts

    • The following is a list of the largest sports contracts. These figures include signing bonuses but exclude options, buyouts, and endorsement deals. This list does not reflect the highest annual salaries or career earnings, only the largest contracts and thus is limited to athletes in team sports and auto racing. Athlet ... Read »


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    • Sport management

    • Sport management is an industrious field concerning the business aspects of sports and recreation. Some examples of sport managers include the front office system in professional sports, college sports managers, recreational sport managers, sports marketing, event management, facility management, sports economics, spor ... Read »


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    • North American Association of Sports Economists

    • The North American Association of Sports Economists (NAASE) is an organization that promotes and facilitates research and teaching in the economics of sports. NAASE was founded in 2007. The organization emerged from the many sessions focused on sports economics at the Western Economic Association International (WEAI) m ... Read »


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    • MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference

    • MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference

      The goal of the MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference is to provide a forum to discuss the increasing role of analytics in the sports industry. Founded in 2006, the conference is co-chaired by Daryl Morey (General Manager & Managing Director of Basketball Operations for the Houston Rockets) and Jessica Gelman (Vice Pre ... Read »


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    • NBA fines

    • The Commissioner of the National Basketball Association (NBA) oversees all the fines handed out to NBA players and organizations for misconduct. In accordance with the constitution and by-laws of the NBA, the commissioner Adam Silver, (preceded by David Stern from 1984-2014) is responsible for overseeing fines han ... Read »


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    • Personal finances of professional American athletes

    • The personal finances of professional American athletes is a subject of widespread discussion due to the often high salaries of such athletes and the high rates of personal bankruptcy and other financial distress. According to a 2009 Sports Illustrated article, 78% of National Football League (NFL) players are either ... Read »


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    • Pro shop

    • A pro shop is a sporting-goods shop within a public or private-membership amateur sporting activities facility of some kind, most commonly a golf course, where it will typically be located in the country club building. In the case of golf pro shops, such stores usually provide equipment such as golf balls, clubs, shoes ... Read »


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    • Professional sports

    • Professional sports, as opposed to amateur sports, are sports in which athletes receive payment for their performance. Professional athleticism has come to the fore through a combination of developments. Mass media and increased leisure have brought larger audiences, so that sports organizations or teams can command la ... Read »


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    • Professional sports league organization

    • Professional sports leagues are organized in numerous ways. The two most significant types are one that developed in Europe, characterised by a tiered structure using promotion and relegation to determine participation in a hierarchy of leagues or divisions, and a North American originated model characterized by its us ... Read »


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    • RacingThePlanet

    • RacingThePlanet is an organizer of off-trail and rough-country endurance foot-races, including the 4 Deserts. The company also operates an outdoor products store and a dried foods company. The 2011 Kimberley Ultramarathon was the subject of a parliamentary inquiry in Western Australia after a number of competitors suf ... Read »


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    • Sports rating system

    • A sports rating system is a system that analyzes the results of sports competitions to provide ratings for each team or player. Common systems include polls of expert voters, crowdsourcing non-expert voters, betting markets, and computer systems. Ratings, or power ratings, are numerical representations of competitive s ... Read »


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    • SportVU

    • SportVU is a camera system hung from the rafters that collects data at a rate of 25 times per second and follows the ball and every player on the court. SportVU provides in-depth statistics, including real-time player and ball positioning through sophisticated software and statistical algorithms. SportVU's speed, dista ... Read »


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    • Stadium subsidy

    • A stadium subsidy is a type of government subsidy given to professional sports franchises to help finance the construction or renovation of sports venues. Stadium subsidies can come in the form of tax-free municipal bonds, cash payments, infrastructure improvements and operating cost subsidies. Funding for stadium subs ... Read »


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    • Starting Lineup (toy line)

    • Starting Lineup was a brand of action figures produced from 1988 to 2001, first by Kenner and later by Hasbro. They were conceived by Pat McInally, himself a former professional American football player with the Cincinnati Bengals, in 1986. The figures became very popular, and eventually included sports stars from base ... Read »


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    • Tapping up

    • In professional team sports, tapping up (British English) or tampering (American English) is an attempt to persuade a player contracted to one team to transfer to another team, without the knowledge or permission of the player's current team. This kind of approach is often made through the player's agent. It is express ... Read »


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