Des Moines Lands Three More Years of Pool Players

August 24, 2016

The Iowa State Pool Players Association has selected Des Moines to host the 2018, 2019 and 2020 8-Ball and 9-Ball Championships. more >>


Triathlon and “Tri-It-On” Celebrate 10 Years in Gulf Shores

August 24, 2016

A decade-long tradition continues in Gulf Shores on Saturday, Sept. 10 during the Brett/Robinson Alabama Coastal Triathlon. more >>


USA Table Tennis to Host Women’s World Cup in 2016 in Philadelphia

August 24, 2016

The 2016 ITTF Women’s World Cup will be held from October 7-9, 2016 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the first time in the U.S. more >>


USA Gymnastics Selects Sites for Women’s Junior Olympic Championships

August 24, 2016

USA Gymnastics has selected the sites for 2017’s three Junior Olympic championship events for women’s gymnastics. more >>


Champions Basketball Names Mark Aguirre President of Basketball

August 22, 2016

Champions Basketball League has announced that Mark Aguirre will be the President of Basketball. more >>


US Youth Soccer Partners with Toyota

August 22, 2016

US Youth Soccer is partnering with Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., to celebrate the achievements of all youth soccer athletes and coaches. more >>


US Club Soccer Announces Partnership with CSM Sport & Entertainment

August 22, 2016

US Club Soccer has announced a new partnership with CSM, a global leader in the business of sport and entertainment. more >>


New Executive Director Announced for Visit Dana Point

August 22, 2016

Visit Dana Point has announced the appointment of Sean Keliiholokai as Executive Director for the newly-formed DMO. more >>


Little League World Series: The Compelling Backstory

August 24, 2016

The Little League World Series, a juggernaut among youth sports events, is underway in South Williamsport, Pennsylvania. And as it continues to... more >>


Rio Paralympic Games By the Numbers

August 24, 2016

Rolling into Rio next month, the Paralympics are an antidote to a few less-than-stellar U.S. athletes (we’re looking at you, Ryan Lochte and Hope... more >>


Inside Events: Disabled Sports USA

August 24, 2016

Soon, the Paralympics will take center stage in Rio, providing an international showcase for athletes with disabilities. But before those individuals... more >>


Historic Use of Instant Replay Takes Place at U.S. Soccer Game

August 24, 2016

In a sign that soccer might not only be gaining a stronger foothold in the United States but also advancing the game beyond traditional rules, the... more >>


Recreational Fishing as Tourism

August 1, 2016

In addition to being an outdoor recreation activity for residents in each state, fishing can certainly be considered a form of tourism more >>


2013 Super Bowl Visitor Study and Economic Impact

July 1, 2016

During the week prior to the big game in 2013, there was a substantial economic impact in the New Orleans metro area. more >>


The 2016 North American Camping Report

June 1, 2016

This report shows more minorities participating in camping which researchers say could lead to more participation in outdoor sports. more >>


Implementing Good Governance Principles in Sports Organizations: The Game Changer

May 1, 2016

The events of the past 12 months have brought negative attention to sports. How can sports rebuild itself through good governance? more >>

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