Online gender-based violence has grown more prevalent in line with the rising profile of women’s sport and female athletes. Are content producers doing enough to tackle the problem?
The Copenhagen Way part seven: Delivering a lasting legacy for the 2023 Badminton World Championships
SportsPro speaks to those behind the recently launched Copenhagen Legacy Lab about why the 2023 Badminton World Championships serve as a case study for how the programme is bringing various stakeholders together to create a legacy for events of all shapes and sizes.
The Copenhagen Way part six: How new urban spaces have made Copenhagen a destination for active living
In the week the city lodged a bid for the 2026 World Athletics Road Running Championships, SportsPro speaks to Surf and SUP Danmark and Sparta Atletik & Motion to find out why Copenhagen’s harbour and other landmarks make it an unforgettable destination for visiting athletes.
The Copenhagen Way part five: Why the Nordic bid for Women’s Euro 2025 has sustainability at its core
With Uefa set to reveal the next host of its Women’s European Championship in April, SportsPro speaks to the Danish FA and Copenhagen event organisers about the joint Nordic bid to stage the national team tournament.
Floating housing units, carbon neutral apartment blocks and a rewards-based reusable drinks cup system: those were just three of the ideas put forward during this year’s SportsPro Hackathon, which challenged university contestants to devise solutions that could make Olympic Games hosting more sustainable than ever. But which one was named overall champion?
Job fairs (or career fairs) are an excellent opportunity for young graduates looking for a first job, but also for more experienced professionals who are looking for a career change. If you are in either of those positions, here you’ll see why you should consider attending a job fair.
After one third of the Danish population attended the first three stages of this year’s Tour de France, SportsPro speaks with event organisers about Copenhagen’s hosting of the Grand Départ and the impact the event will have on cycling in Denmark and beyond.
The Copenhagen Way part three: How SailGP’s Denmark Grand Prix is setting the standard for sustainable sporting events
SportsPro travelled to Copenhagen’s recent Denmark Sail Grand Prix to hear from organisers and competitors about why the city is a perfect fit for the F50 catamaran racing series.
Sarah Galligan, Lecturer at AMOS Business School, shares her thoughts on sporting values and why they are about playing fair.
With the Tour de France starting in Copenhagen on 1st July, SportsPro looks ahead to the arrival of the showpiece event in the world’s most cycling-friendly city.