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The Global Sports Forum Barcelona is at the heart of three intertwined disciplines that are constantly reshaping the traditional landscape of sport: the sport itself (the game), the business of sport, and its impact on society at large. The 2012 edition will be about thinking out of the box and working together to enhance the future of sport.

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    5 December 2012

    The right to fight

    The London 2012 Games paved the way in terms of female participation with more women competing in the Olympics than ever before (23% at the 1984 Games in Los Angeles, [...]

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    5 December 2012

    Formula One: what’s next?

    Sports are constantly evolving, whether with the arrival of new technologies, new territories, new sponsors, or others, and all aiming to enrich the fan experience.  In the past weeks, Formula [...]

  • London 2012 offers first look at Olympic Torch design

    4 December 2012

    London 2012 – What’s left?

    It’s been almost four months since the closing of the London 2012 Games and two weeks since the official debriefing in Rio de Janeiro. Let’s take a look at some [...]

Bloggers posts

Coe: London 2012 aims to replicate success of Barcelona Olympics

by Jack Lang - 9 March 2012

Seb Coe, Chair of the London 2012 Organising Committee (Locog) today became the latest to pay tribute to the success of the Barcelona Olympic Games (1992). Speaking to journalist Alan [...]

Day Two of Global Sports Forum Barcelona was Fan-Tastic

by Robert Roble - 9 March 2012

First, I must tell you that the GSFB has a translation technology Solution in place to help those of us who does speak English, Spanish, Catalan and French. Towards the [...]

Speakers underline importance of philanthropy in sport

by Jack Lang - 9 March 2012

With sport continuing to demonstrate its huge commercial potential, many organisations and individuals have recognised the need to use their clout to benefit society as a whole. Given that sport [...]

The King’s Speech – Quotable Cantona Delights Delegates

by Jack Lang - 8 March 2012

An excited energy gripped delegates at the Global Sports Forum this morning, when the imminent arrival of sporting royalty was announced. Shortly after, Éric Cantona – known by football fans [...]

The GSFB 2012 Starts Out Right

by Robert Roble - 8 March 2012

Day One at the Global Sports Forum Barcelona 2012 was simply outstanding. This day began by flying on Air France from Seattle to Barcelona which was a real treat. I finally got to [...]

Barcelona sets high benchmark for sport

by Jack Lang - 8 March 2012

Barcelona was drenched in spring sunshine for the opening day of the Global Sports Forum yesterday, as delegates from all over the globe arrived in the city. As well as [...]