In The Representation Olympics, Octagon Takes Gold

When it comes to Olympic clients, agencies often live and die by their success every four years when they are in competition. Octagon is definitely taking that success and running with it as the agency's clients include the most decorated Olympian of all-time Michael Phelps, his relay teammate Nathan Adrian, and gymnastic

Veteran Agent Jordan Bazant Joins WME

Jordan Bazant, a former Managing Partner at The Legacy Agency, has joined William Morris Endeavor. Based out of New York, Bazant will work on talent representation for WME and business development/special projects across WME | IMG. In 2000, Bazant co-founded Goal Marketing which eventually re-branded as The Agency Sports Management. In 2011,

Team8 Global, Tommy Paul Agree to Terms

Junior tennis star, Tommy Paul, has signed with Team8 Global, as reported by ESPN's Darren Rovell on Twitter. Team8 Global is a Cleveland-based, boutique sports management firm, whose 2013 creation was spearheaded by tennis icon, Roger Federer, and his agent, Tony Godsick, shortly after the two left IMG in 2012. As a

Wimbledon Field Boasts Many Different Representatives

A recent article in the New York Times by Christopher Clarey highlights this year's Wimbledon draw and the management firms that represent these star players. IMG/WME is a powerful company representing many tennis players, men's and women's, and after the 2013 merger boasts an impressive combined client roster. Its competitors, Lagadere Unlimited

Bob Kain Leaves CAA Sports For USGA

Bob Kain, former Co-CEO of IMG, will no longer be serving as a strategic adviser for CAA Sports according to Liz Mullen of SportsBusiness Journal. Kain will now be joining the USGA's member executive committee as he was voted on a few weeks ago. Kain has had an impressive career in the

Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-up (2/27/15)

Even though it's the offseason, there is still a lot of action going on in the NFL. With the Combine having come and gone, teams are beginning to make roster and cap space for future draft picks and free agents. Darren's Miami Dolphins recently cut two wide receivers and could possibly be letting