28 November 2014, Sydney: Two-time winner Greg Chalmers from Australia grabbed the halfway lead in the Emirates Australian Open today despite the fact that he is playing in his sixth successive tournament.
A market leader in Asia, WSG delivers almost 600 sporting events annually and over 5,000 hours of sport programming across more than 30 countries in the region.
As the exclusive marketing partner of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC), WSG handles the sponsorship, media rights and events management for the region’s biggest football events including AFC Champions League, AFC Asian Cup and AFF Suzuki Cup.
A 10-day festival of tennis, entertainment and business engagement, the WTA Finals is the world’s most prestigious women tennis tournament, managed and promoted by WSG.
National Stadium Club is the region’s first dedicated corporate hospitality membership programme. WSG manages the sale of all commercial rights for the Singapore Sports Hub, Asia’s largest sports and entertainment destination.
28 November 2014: Highly fancied Korea Republic have chosen Sydney’s Macquarie University as their base to prepare for AFC Asian Cup Australia 2015 in January.
27 November 2014, Sydney: American Jordan Spieth stamped his star quality on the Emirates Australian Open today after taking the first round lead with a four-under-par 67.