About I Trust Sport

I Trust Sport is a sports governance consultancy founded in London in 2013 which is dedicated to improving international sports governance through collaboration. I Trust Sport works with federations, sponsors, individuals and other bodies in sport on projects to bring about genuine change. 

Rowland Jack set up I Trust Sport after becoming increasingly concerned that the poor standard of governance in sport is damaging its reputation and resulting in scarce resources being wasted or misused. He believes that the issues facing sport must be tackled to safeguard its future.

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Latest Blog Posts

I Trust Sport contributes to ASOIF governance review of International Federations

5 April 2017

I Trust Sport has provided independent consultancy support for a review of governance of the 28 International Federations which are members of the Association of Summer Olympic International Federations… Read more ...

Review of "The Edge" by Professor Roger Pielke, Jr / Anti-Doping Policy and Governance

26 January 2017

The LSE Review of Books has published two reviews by I Trust Sport Research Analyst Slobodan Tomic. A new book by Professor Roger Pielke, Jr called "The Edge: The… Read more ...

Accountability and institutional design in anti-doping

17 January 2017

A new article by Slobodan Tomic, Research Analyst at I Trust Sport, has been published on the LSE European Politics and Policy blog - Doping in world sport:… Read more ...