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No rest for Tour de France teams as social media chronicles the riders’ ‘day off’

It might have been a rest day, but the Tour de France was till very busy.

Tour de France organisers use Strava to help plan the route

Strava was set up to help amateur cyclists flourish. Now its effects are being felt right at the top of the sport.

Clashing with the World Cup: Wimbledon and the Tour de France take different approaches

Wimbledon and the Tour de France take different approaches to dealing with the World Cup.

For casual observers and ardent fans alike: Previewing the Tour de France on Twitter

How the official Twitter account of the Tour de France has to keep ardent fans and casual observers alike happy for the next three weeks.

Facebook Watch signs up for boxing as Golden Boy Promotions looks for reach

Another day, another coup for Facebook – certainly when it comes to live-streaming sport. The social media platform has penned a deal with Oscar de la Hoya’s Golden Boy Promotions

Handball embraces tracking technology

The intelligent ‘iBall’ developed by SELECT and KINEXON premieres at the VELUX EHF FINAL4 on 26/27 May, opening doors for creative data visualisation, fan engagement and monetisation.

DAZN and Matchroom Boxing seal $1bn deal to take the sport to the next level

Live-streaming platform DAZN have landed a massive deal with Eddie Hearn’s Matchroom Boxing.

How the World Championship final showed the power of social media for Snooker

How World Snooker, Eurosport and BBC Sport used Twitter to make snooker’s World Championship perfect for social media.

Why should brands consider partnering with KSI ahead of his next fight?

Guest post: Dan French is co-founder of sports and entertainment agency Clifford French. Following weeks of social media speculation about who KSI would fight next, the current YBC boxing champion

UFC proves its popularity in the UK, and why it’ll only grow in strength

UFC London creates the hype, and the Liverpool event will only continue the trend.