Vacation Alert: Stay Connected with Sportsfeatures.com
TAMPA/LONDON — It’s summer holiday time again and more and more people are off for vacation but will be needing to touch base for the latest sports stories on Olympics issues and the world of soccer.
SportsFeatures.com has three microsites with free to view updating headlines 24/7/365 on our Olympics homepage, Premier League and European leagues pages making it fast, easy and convenient.
SportsFeatures.com is targeted to an international sports audience with special reference to the Olympic Movement and association football.
It’s easy to just bookmark the pages:
SFC is also now offering a daily collection of the breaking headlines of the past 24hrs in an automated email for each section. Get your news delivered straight to your inbox and each one includes our original Olympic Features and Soccer World news.
Media can sign up free of charge for the daily “e-clips” email alert system of press releases and story leads which offers a choice of over 100+ sports to choose from in the Press Point sections.
SFC Press Point is included in Google English news and many other news sources and is the first and only sports press distribution service for a broad diffusion of worldwide multi-platform media.
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Now Sport Features founder Laura Walden and international football specialist Keir Radnedge have combined their expertise and reputations as reliable and viable sources of news, analysis and opinion. The result is a unique media alliance in the countdown towards major events such as the 2010 FIFA World Cup, 2016 Olympics bidding and the London 2012 Olympic Games.
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