Martial Arts

The International Wushu Federation (IWUF) has renewed a deal with Chinese sports equipment manufacturer Taishan.

The International Sambo Federation (FIAS) has agreed a sponsorship deal with financial services company Banca Intesa.

The International Judo Federation has agreed sponsorship deals with Russian banking and construction company SMP and fitness equipment manufacturer Impulse.

French IT services company Atos has become the latest partner of this year’s Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games, which will be held in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan.

Japanese automotive manufacturer Suzuki has agreed a deal to sponsor this year’s edition of the International Judo Federation’s World Championships.

The International Judo Federation has extended its partnership with Chinese sports equipment manufacturer the Taishan Sports Group.

French banking network Crédit Agricole has upgraded its association with the French Judo Federation (FFJDA) by becoming an official partner of the national governing body.

The International Wushu Federation (IWF) has renewed its partnership with sports equipment manufacturer Wesing Sports.

Kinesiology tape market leader KT Tape is looking to use the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio as a platform to sustain its dominance of the US market, Greg Venner, Chief Executive of KT Tape, told Sports Sponsorship Insider.

The International Judo Federation has entered into a partnership with Italian construction company Todini.