Tampa, FL, November 18, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Sports Features Communications today launches an exciting expanded and enhanced free-to-view service headed up by news-specific microsites focusing on Olympics issues and the world of soccer.
Ever since its creation six years ago, SportsFeatures.com has been is targeted to an international sports audience with special reference to the Olympic Movement.
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 and the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Favourite features remain, such as the Home Page with its unrivalled wealth of breaking sports headlines with more than 3,000 displayed online and updated within minutes.
Last year SportsFeatures.com recorded more than 18 million hits, 4.4 million page impressions and 2.4 million sessions. Overall figures for the past six years are 93 million hits and 14 million page impressions.
An extra-value feature, also available for free, is the daily "e-clips" email alert system which responds, on command, to the Olympics Features, Soccer World and Press Point sections.
Sports Features Communications:
Laura Walden has two decades of experience in the Olympic Movement, formerly with the official publications of the European Olympic Committees (SportEurope), with CONI the Italian National Olympic Committee (Lo Sport Italiano) and with CSIT, the International Labor Sports Confederation. She founded SportsFeatures.com in 2002.
Keir Radnedge, based in London, is one of the foremost observers of international soccer. He has reported at World Cups for more than 40 years and is a regular contributor to TV, radio, newspapers and magazines not only in the UK but around the world. He is also president of the Football Commission of the International Sports Press Association (AIPS).