IPC (INTERNATIONAL PARALYMPIC COMMITTEE)
We're incredibly proud of our relationship with the IPC. We've long championed para-sport as a company, and to receive the opportunities to not just further our love for it, but also help push it to newer audiences, is something we really relish.
WHAT WE DO
Team AMS has been at the heart of a few wonderful competitions in 2017, none more so than the World Para-Ice Hockey Championships in Korea. Bringing together a team of experts from various fields, the broadcast was a huge success, and we hope to have many more in the future.
Our video creation arm has also found itself well utilised, none more so then at the World Para-Athletics Championships in London in 2017. This event was groundbreaking in many ways, not just through record crowd attendance but also through its social media coverage, as fans flocked to the Para-Athletics social media channels to catch the daily highlights Steven Jamieson put together. These videos were a part of this event's impeccable coverage, and saw the competition garner more traffic than the athletics at the last Paralympics. Check out the closing montage below.
Our voices are frequently heard across para-sport, whether it be alpine and Nordic skiing, para-athletics or para-ice hockey. We've been lucky to call ourselves 'well travelled' in recent years, and various world and continental championships held all over the globe have played a big part in this.
"Alan March Sport is a top notch group and a pleasure to work with! Their communication, preparation and organisation are second to none. They go above and beyond the status quo and are very good at adapting to unique situations and challenges. The IPC looks forward to working with AMS whenever possible."
Sascha Beck - Broadcasting Manager, International Paralympic Committee