It is being reported in Japan that the Government is to consider easing of restrictions on the inbound travel of athletes and officials preparing to take part in the Olympic and Paralympic Games in the Summer of 2021. Continue reading
It has been confirmed that the 2020 Ryder Cup will move to the same venue of Whistling Straits, Wisconsin in 2021 and that Ireland’s next hosting of the global event will also shift twelve months to September 2027. Continue reading
The JP McManus Pro-Am scheduled to take place in July has been rescheduled to take place one year later. Continue reading
Shutdowns of movement around the world cannot be ignored. We take a look back at the last major disruption here in 2001 over Foot and Mouth when three Six Nations games were postponed to September and October… Continue reading
The Dublin Racing Festival takes place this weekend and it promises to be a winner all round. We met with new Leopardstown CEO Tim Husbands and Marketing Manager Vicki Donlon this week to see how they are getting ready for the show.
With six months to go until the sixth staging of the JP McManus Pro-Am, world no.1 Brooks Koepka has been announced as the latest golfer to join the illustrious field heading for Adare Manor. Continue reading
The 148th Open at Royal Portrush generated more than £100 million (€119 million) of economic benefit for Northern Ireland, according to an independent study commissioned by The R&A and figures released to Sport for Business by Tourism Northern Ireland.
Organisers of the event The Irish Veteran Cyclists Association who have run this event at a local level for many years are now partnering with Elite Event Management to grow the event and bring more people to the region for this iconic cycle. Continue reading
The ability to shout ‘Come on Ireland’ in a GAA context is to be revived in 2020 with the return of the International Rules test series against a representative team from Aussie Rules Football.
Sports Travel International welcomed guests, including Irish Cyclist Lara Gillespie, to the Conrad Hotel last week to celebrate a new era, and new logo, for the Dublin based tour operator. Continue reading