Monday, September 25, 2023

Oakley launches powerful ‘Be Who You Are’ campaign with Julian Wilson

Oakley launched a film with professional surfer Julian Wilson in a ‘Be Who You Are’ series on her decision to step back from competing. Featuring skateboarder Andrew Brophy and photographer Jimmy Lees, the film is a glimpse into the factors that shaped Wilson’s decision to take a break from competitive surfing.

ARQ Group partners with Hawthorn F.C to provide upskilling to players

Digital tech services and consulting firm ARQ Group has signed partnerships with Box Hill Hawks Football Club and Hawks Netball Club, part of the legendary Hawthorn Football Club.
Lamborghini F1 car

ZCG inks a partnership with Scuderia Ferrari for 2023 Formula 1 season

Z Capital Group, L.L.C. (ZCG) announced it has signed as a Team Partner to Scuderia Ferrari for the 2023 season. Through this deal, ZCG’s logo will appear on the SF-23 livery starting at the Bahrain Grand Prix, the first round of the 2023 Formula 1 World Championship.
Left to Right: Nathan King, Taryn Dickens and Assistant Minister for Defence, Assistant Minister for Veterans Affairs, Assistant Minister for the Republic, Hon. Matt Thistlethwaite MP

Flight Sergeant Nathan King and Able Seaman Taryn Dickens to captain Australia at the...

Flight Sergeant Nathan King and Able Seaman Taryn Dickens have been announced as the co-captains of Team Australia for Invictus Games Düsseldorf 2023. The duo will lead the combined Team Australia of 31 current and former military personnel along with more than 90 of their family and friends at the games that will run from 9–16 September, 2023.
Lewis Hamilton takes historic 100th pole in Barcelona

BusyFormula #001: “All hail the king!” Lewis Hamilton takes historic 100th pole in Barcelona

While we cannot resolve this ‘best driver versus best machinery’ debate in one article, we can say that there have been so many great drivers in great cars.

BusyFormula #020: Mercedes F1 boss Toto Wolff apologizes to Red Bull for Bottas incident...

Mercedes F1 Team Principal Toto Wolff apologized to his rivals at Red Bull for the Turn 1 incident at the Hungarian Grand Prix that took out Sergio Perez and badly damaged Max Verstappen’s Red Bull.

COVID-19 checks led to fewer sports injury hospitalisations in 2019–20

There were 7,800 fewer Australians admitted to hospital for injuries sustained while playing sport in 2019–20, according to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW). The report, Sports injury hospitalisations in Australia, 2019–20, shows the COVID-19 pandemic restrictions on organised sport from March 2020 resulted in fewer hospitalisations for winter sports, such as football, while those for solo activities such as cycling rose.

Sydney FC extends partnership with GoTo as they move into new stadium

GoTo, the all-in-one business communications and IT support platform, recently announced Sydney FC has extended its official partnership with the business, as GoTo has increased its commitment to the Sky Blues.
Anne-Laure Descours, Chief Sourcing Officer at PUMA

Voices of a RE:GENERATION by PUMA shapes future of sustainability

Sports company PUMA has recently announced a new initiative that looks to evolve how the brand navigates its corporate sustainability journey by including the next generation’s insights, perspectives and recommendations. The project, known as Voices of a RE:GENERATION, will kick off with PUMA collaborating and giving a ‘seat at the table’ to four, young, environmentalist ‘voices’ from across Europe and the Unites States over a year-long period.

National Hockey League onboards Brightcove to power online streaming content across its digital platforms

Brightcove, the global streaming tech company, announced an agreement with the National Hockey League (NHL®) to provide its award-winning tech and platform for the delivery of digital video content on the websites of the League and the 32 Clubs, as well as the NHL app. Brightcove’s streaming solutions – including best-in-class ingest, players, management, data and insights, and monetization – will transform how the NHL delivers its video to hockey fans worldwide, including by offering high-quality video, fast load times and fewer disruptions.