Lion Sports Management is a sports management company from Australia which focuses on the management of professional and up and coming elite Cyclists. We pride ourselves on working closely with our athletes to provide them with a tailored solution for all their professional needs as well as assisting them to utilize our partnerships to ensure they are secure in their long term financial planning.
Lion Sports Management was founded by experienced cyclist and business owner Wayne Evans. Wayne has accreditation as an approved UCI Rider Agent. This accreditation enables Wayne to be legally permitted to act as a professional Cyclist’s agent and negotiate their contracts with the leading professional cycling teams of the world. We work closely with the leading organizations to foster a reliable service and athlete representation model.
Professional cycling has become a global, rapidly evolving sport and at Lion Sports Management we have the expertise and understanding to advise and develop a tailored strategy for our clients, in a sustainable manner that has the athlete’s best interests at heart. We offer a strategic approach to our planning and negotiation where long term stability is valued over short term gains.
Lion Sports Management not only encompasses the usual dealings associated with Sports Management, such as contract negotiation, sponsorship negotiation and media management, but also takes a very strong approach in the following areas. Our SERVICES are what we call the “athlete value proposition” and we work closely with selected industry leaders to seek the very best advice for our clients.
We have a wide selection of athletes for which we provide Management Services on an ongoing basis as and when required.
Some of the athletes we work with currently and have provided services for in the past include Cameron Meyer, Travis Meyer, Malcolm Rudolph, Damien Howson, Michael Torckler, Mark O’Brien, Wezley Sulzberger, Jason Christie and Ben O’Connor. We also work with Leigh Howard, Matt Wilson and Robbie McEwen.
MEDIA RELEASE Cameron Meyer has won the 2nd stage of the Tour de Suisse after being in the day long break and su...
MEDIA RELEASE Wesley Sulzberger has won the opening stage of the Jarvis Tour of Adelaide. Wes was part of the...
MEDIA RELEASE Damien Howson of Australia has won the U23 World Individual Time Trial Championships in Florence,...