• Sport Contributor
    A versatile Sport Contributor with columns in The Guardian, Goal.com as well as television commentary on Brazil's SporTV and Channels TV. Published by CNN, Chimurenga Chronic, among many others.
  • Sport Communication & Marketing
    I am a specialist in sport communication, sport crisis management, fan engagement and the Olympic Movement.
  • Lolade Adewuyi
    Lolade Adewuyi holds a 2017 Master of Sport Administration (MSA) at the Russian International Olympic University, Sochi (a legacy of the 2014 Winter Olympic Games), specialising in communication and marketing.

About Me

Sport Crisis Management

Specialist in sport management crisis

Sports Communication

Specialist in sport and entertainment communication and new media

Olympic Movement

Specialist in the Olympic and Paralympic Movement

Brief

Lolade Adewuyi, a 2017 Master of Sport Administration graduate of the Russian International Olympic University, Sochi, is Chief Strategist at CampsBay Sport Media Limited, a specialist sport communication company based in Lagos, Nigeria.

I have worked as a journalist across various media platforms, traditional print and online, for more than a decade. I have covered politics, business, entertainment, sports and culture during this period, an experience that enriches my work.

My work has been published in reputable media like CNN, TELL magazine, USAToday, Goal.com, ShowBiz, SPIN, BBC Focus on Africa, Angolense, Chimurenga Chronic, among many others.

I am a sport business contributor for Nigerian general interest daily newspaper, The Guardian as well as a columnist for Goal.com on African football business and politics.

I have a keen interest in new media/social media and sport as well as expertise in the Olympic and Paralympic Movements.

Available for work and consulting: jololade002 [at] gmail.com

See my LinkedIn profile for more.

Blog

In the debt of Vladimir Potanin a year after RIOU
In the debt of Vladimir Potanin a year after RIOU

On this day, September 12, 2016, I resumed as a student of the Master of Sport Administration course at the…

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Five things that a bigger WAFU Cup mean for West Africa
Five things that a bigger WAFU Cup mean for West Africa

The WAFU Cup, West Africa's top regional football tournament, is set for a big return in September when all 16…

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Quadri, Assar, Olah – Which star will win the ITTF Challenge Nigeria Open 2017?
Quadri, Assar, Olah – Which star will win the ITTF Challenge Nigeria Open 2017?

The ITTF Challenge Nigeria Open 2017 will take place in Lagos from August 9-13, with some big table tennis stars…

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Nigerian football clubs fail to harness huge demographics on social media
Nigerian football clubs fail to harness huge demographics on social media

Depending on who you ask, Nigeria has a population of between 170 and 182 million,  with the highest demographic being…

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Thoughts on the Kwese Premier Basketball League
Thoughts on the Kwese Premier Basketball League

On Thursday, July 13, 2017, I watched a game of the Kwese Premier Basketball League between Police Baton and Customs…

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OAU’s abandoned Olympic-size swimming pool
OAU’s abandoned Olympic-size swimming pool

As a sports management expert, it hurts to see that the Olympic-size Myrtha Tech competition swimming pool constructed for the 2014…

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Racism in Russia – Reflections after an interview with Brazilian TV
Racism in Russia – Reflections after an interview with Brazilian TV

Last week I was interviewed by Brazilian company SporTV (owned by Globo) as they attempt to douse fears of racism…

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A RIOU journey ends
A RIOU journey ends

In September 2016, I left a regular life as editor at Nigeria's most influential football website to return to the…

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Heavyweight boxing superstar Anthony Joshua added 220,000 Twitter followers after title fight
Heavyweight boxing superstar Anthony Joshua added 220,000 Twitter followers after title fight

  The impact of the heavyweight title victory of Anthony Joshua against legend Wladimir Klitschko continues to be felt online…

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The F1 as a marketing spectacle
The F1 as a marketing spectacle

The title of this post is taken from a conversation with my friend Ayo Ajanaku who is an avid Formula…

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