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CollegeFootball
Article | May 2, 2018
College Football Sees Largest Attendance Drop in 34 Years; Experts Weigh in on How to Fix It   

Blame it on conference shifts. Blame it on streaming. Blame it on sports bars, changing priorities or even scandals. No matter who you blame, it’s... More>>



Kindra
Article | April 18, 2018
Changing Roles: Kindra Fry, President and CEO of Bryan College Station and Chairman of NASC, Shares Insights   

The work of Kindra Fry right now can be summed up in two words: expanded responsibilities. She’s settling into the new role of president and CEO of... More>>



Futsal
Article | April 18, 2018
Inside Events: U.S. Futsal   

Futsal, the indoor game of soccer, is overseen in this country by U.S. Futsal. The sport is growing at a rapid pace as the news spreads about its... More>>



Mexico
Article | April 18, 2018
Could the Great American Pastime's Youth World Cup Move to Taiwan Forever?   

Could the Great American Pastime find a permanent home for its Under-12 World Cup in Taiwan? Maybe – if Taiwan has its way. Tainan City, on the... More>>



Pickleball
Article | April 18, 2018
Event Hosts: Get Ready for Pickleball, Flag Football and BMX   

An industry report may just be a crystal ball in disguise, providing information on the fortunes (or lack thereof) of various sports. And if you’re... More>>



Synchro
Article | April 18, 2018
Could Synchronized Skating Makes Its Olympic Debut in 2022?   

The IOC won’t be adding any new sports to the next Winter Olympics but it hasn’t ruled out the potential for variations on existing sports,... More>>



Oakland
Article | April 18, 2018
Oakland A’s Announce Coliseum Site Takeover from City, County   

Efforts to build a baseball stadium in various sites around Oakland have failed. The Oakland A's, however, might make it possible for a new facility... More>>



Games
Article | April 18, 2018
Can Groundbreaking ‘Digital Detox’ Lead to Cross-Promotions with Mind Sports?   

When Visit Pittsburgh announced the Digital Detox Weekend, so hotel guests could swap their devices for ‘unplugged’ activities such as board... More>>



SPF
Article | April 18, 2018
Squaring Off Against Melanoma Can Yield Big Returns for Event Organizers   

Sports events can learn a lot from watching one another. The recent partnership between a national governing body and a foundation to prevent... More>>



Subeterranean
Article | April 18, 2018
Journey to the Center of the Earth: Subterranean Venues on the Rise   

In the arms race to find new and different venues for sports events, there’s something big going down: underground sports. And whether that means... More>>



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