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1. Introduction This invaluable e-Competitions special issue on sports brings together more than 60 case summaries arising from the different EU Member States over the last five years. Practitioners and others with an interest in the interface between sports and competition law are only too aware of the scarcity - until now - of effective resources to monitor and understand the multitude of parallel developments arising in the EU and the EU’s member states. Resources such as these are vital: while the European Commission's decisions have far reaching effects and are well publicized, they are relatively few in number and sports bodies, teams, rights owners, and sport practitioners (or those advising them) have a need to learn and draw from national practices, cases and decisions. Such

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