If you are female and either a former or current coach you can play your part in improving the future balance of coaching in less time than it would take to set up a session of drills. Continue reading
In today’s Sport for Business Interview, we are joined by Peter Smyth, Head of research at Sport Ireland to talk through some of the findings from the numbers on physical movement and activity during the lockdown. Continue reading
Cycling Ireland has welcomed the research from Sport Ireland which we reported on yesterday that found an unprecedented number of adults are cycling every week. The latest figures show an estimated 510,000 people within the Republic of Ireland are enjoying … Continue reading
It may seem counter-intuitive but the number of adults participating in sport and recreational walking at the moment is unprecedented in the history of Sport Ireland research according to the second volume of a report published today.
The biggest ever coaching survey conducted in Irish sport will see the GAA, LGFA and Camogie Association join forces to help shape the future development of Gaelic games. Over the next three weeks coaches at every level of football, hurling … Continue reading
The second wave of our important research with ONSIDE into the Impact on Sport and Sponsorship in Ireland of COVID-19 is open this morning for Sport for Business members to give their thoughts on where we are now nearly two months on from the first wave. Continue reading
The latest wave of the ONSIDE Sponsorship Market Monitor has revealed that 44 per cent of Irish adults claim that they will only attend live sports events or concerts when a vaccine is available for Covid-19. Continue reading
A new report from British Agency Two Circles is forecasting that the financial fallout from the pandemic will result in a drop in cash terms from $46.1 billion in 2019 to $28.9 billion in 2020’s global sports sponsorship. Continue reading
51 per cent believed there would be some return to playing football in 2020 and 91 per cent were happy to do so behind closed doors if that was what it took. Continue reading
It is always within a 2K limit but Ireland has seen a dramatic rise in the numbers of us out walking and running during the lockdown.