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Next month in SportsPro: 50 Most Marketable
The June edition of SportsPro will see the publication of our fourth annual rankings of the 50 most marketable athletes in the world. Designed to cast a light on commercial potential over the next three years, the SportsPro 50 Most Marketable 2013 in association with Eurosport will see us scour the globe for athletic talent allied to earning potential, charisma, and perhaps most importantly, value for marketing money. Last year Neymar topped the list, ahead of Lionel Messi and Rory McIlroy, to follow in the footsteps of LeBron James in 2010 and Usain Bolt in 2011.
Elsewhere, the WTA’s CMO Andrew Walker explains why women’s tennis is the most marketable sport of all. And with the annual SportAccord Convention in mind, the issue will also contain a focus on the federations that make sport tick, with IOC presidential hopeful and current head of the International Rowing Federation Denis Oswald profiled in depth.