NCAA Men’s College Cup Showcase Coming to Kansas City, KS

November 30, 2015

The 2015 NCAA Men's College Cup Showcase will be held with the NCAA Division I Men's Championship Weekend of December 10-13. more >>


Visually Impaired Championships Return to CIM

November 30, 2015

The USA Blind Athletes National Championships return to the California International Marathon, a destination for visually impaired athletes. more >>


US Lacrosse Names Hamilton Co., Indiana, for National Championships

November 30, 2015

US Lacrosse announced Hamilton County, Indiana, as the site for an expanded US Lacrosse National Championships in July 2016. more >>


Waste Management Phoenix Open Scheduled for February 2016

November 30, 2015

Scottsdale, Arizona has asked, “Who is excited FORE The Greatest Show on Grass?” more >>


USA Triathlon President Barry Siff Elected to ITU Executive Board

November 30, 2015

USA Triathlon Board of Directors President Barry Siff was recently elected to the International Triathlon Union (ITU) Executive Board. more >>


Athens CVB Hires Rita Lowery as Director of Sales

November 30, 2015

The Athens Convention & Visitors Bureau (CVB) is happy to announce the hire of Rita Lowery as Director of Sales. more >>


PTR Celebrates Support of Special Olympics Tennis

November 30, 2015

The Special Olympics National Tennis Championship held on Hilton Head Island marked the 16th year PTR has hosted the exciting event. more >>


NCAA Division II Reaches Milestone in Fundraising for Make-A-Wish

November 30, 2015

Division II schools raised more than $605,000 for Make-A-Wish during the 2014-15 academic year. more >>


Inside Events: US Masters Swimming

November 18, 2015

US Masters Swimming is made up of nearly 64,000 swimmers ages 18 and up nationwide. Benefits include insurance, a regular magazine, sanctioned events... more >>

In Sports World, Solidarity Resonates More than Bombs

November 18, 2015

Sometimes, sports can divide the world. Sometimes, it can unite it, as totally unconnected people stretch out to show support. Case in point: the... more >>

Inaugural US Open Pickleball Championships Coming to Naples, Florida

November 18, 2015

Some sports just suddenly seem to harness the enthusiasm of the public. Rock climbing was one. Mud races were another. Now, the buzz is all about... more >>

Settlement Means No More Heading in Youth Soccer

November 18, 2015

The ‘No Headers/No Brainer’ campaign championed by Brandi Chastain took another step forward. The U.S. Soccer Federation announced a player... more >>


Sports and Health in America: Research and Reports

November 1, 2015

Does activity in childhood translate into continued activity throughout adulthood? New research has some surprising conclusions. more >>


Tourism Economics: Economic Impact of the Coachella Valley Golf Industry

October 1, 2015

An economic study commissioned by the Hi-Lo Desert GCSA shows golf brings at least a $1.1 billion economic impact to California's Coachella Valley. more >>


Super Bowl or Super (Hyper)bole? Assessing the Economic Impact of America’s Premier Sports Event

September 1, 2015

The NFL has used the promise of an economic windfall to entice cities to bid for the Super Bowl. But the result is less than is often estimated. more >>


State of the Sport: U.S. Race Trends

August 1, 2015

After experiencing 300% growth from 1990-2013, running event finishers in 2014 remains nearly consistent with the all-time record set in 2013. more >>

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Lawton Fort Sill, Oklahoma: Targeting Sports Excellence   

By: Juli Anne Patty

Oklahoma has been in the news for plenty of sports but you might not know it’s a hotbed for archery. Lawton Fort Sill, in particular, has hosted On... More>>

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Lincoln Emerges as the ‘Big Little City’ That Could   

By: Michael Popke

Talk about a ‘Big Little City That Could:’ Lincoln, Nebraska recently hosted the State Games of America, allowing it to show off its venues both... More>>

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Peoria, Illinois - Will It Play in Peoria? Yes!   

By: Peter Francesconi

Will it play in Peoria? The answer is a big YES. Peoria, together with its sister city across the Illinois River, East Peoria, along with adjacent... More>>


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