(ATR) This summer will be one of the most exciting ever for Around the Rings
-- and our readers. Join us for the ATR
IAAF World Championships highlight a busy summer (ATR)
World-class sporting events are on tap and ATR
is preparing for on-the-scene coverage: the IAAF World Championships in London -- women’s Rugby World Cup in Ireland, and the World Boxing Championships in Hamburg among other events.
And, of course, the biggest event of all in Lima this September: the vote to select the host of the 2024 – and possibly the 2028 -- Summer Olympics. The Session is the jewel in the crown of events and Around the Ring
s’ exclusive content will keep you abreast of every development. In fact, here’s a link to one example -- our exclusive article outlining how both Los Angeles and Paris could go home winners.
But if the 2024 race is entering the home stretch, the 2026 bid race is starting to heat up with interest around the globe for winter sports’ top event. ATR
will be there every step of the way.
For International Federations, ATR
’s new Federations page is the ultimate way to deliver a full range of news and social media activities. Click here to see how judo is making the most of this opportunity! Space is limited and is filling up fast. Email Eric Moran for more information
Yet another new property is the ATR Global Sports Host Guide
. Tell your story the way you want it told! No other publication will be as powerful for event hosts to event owners: we are ready to host you. Email Edward Hula III for more information
also has developed a full lineup of partnerships with some of the world’s most prestigious conferences. This ensures ATR
will capture the latest debate on sport’s biggest topics. Our most recent partnership is with the China Digital Football Summit, scheduled for June 1-2 in Guangzhou.
Action-packed summers mean web traffic will be at all-time highs. Take advantage of this to put your message in front of global sport’s decision makers. We can work with any budget or time frame. Email Eric or Edward for more information.
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