Articles


Weightlifting
Article | November 1, 2017
Sports Events Can Expect Clashes with Travel Ban   

Sometimes, world news and sports travel collide and the travel ban is about to make that happen – a lot. In early October, an athlete from Iran was... More>>



WinterGames
Article | November 1, 2017
In Ironic Twist, U.S. Back in the Game to Host Winter Olympics   

Want irony? The IOC has it. Innsbruck (who previously stepped in to host the 1976 Olympics following the first-ever referendum from the U.S.) just... More>>



Archery
Article | November 1, 2017
Arrows Fly in Mexico City, but with an Earthquake Relief Focus; Other Sports Have Followed   

The devastating earthquake in Mexico City may have resulted in the cancellation of two Paralympic Championships, but World Archery’s World... More>>



WeekiWachee
Article | October 18, 2017
Weeki Wachee Springs Mermaid Race: An Organizer’s Nightmare   

Almost every sports event has a glitch. But sometimes, things go horribly wrong. The inaugural Weeki Wachee Springs Mermaid Race had pretty much... More>>



Marathon
Article | October 18, 2017
Marathons and Triathlons: The New Endangered Species?   

Times were, marathons (and triathlons) were a guaranteed cash cow. They brought in the athletes and spectators, made money for cities and often... More>>



NCAA
Article | October 18, 2017
Could the NCAA Scandal Affect Travel Teams? An Industry Ponders the Question   

The details of the NCAA scandal are still unfolding, but it’s safe to say there’s extensive coverage on an up-to-the-minute basis. What’s less... More>>



Pink
Article | October 18, 2017
Does Big 10 Football Have a Visitors’ Locker Room Crisis on Its Hands?   

While Purdue University was recently the subject of complaints about the state of its locker rooms for visiting teams, it was far from the only... More>>



Laxhelmets
Article | October 18, 2017
Battle Over Helmets for Female Lacrosse Players Rages On   

When this fall, Brown University became the first DI women’s lacrosse program to require helmets of all its players, it led to plenty of debate.... More>>



NBA
Article | October 18, 2017
By the Numbers: The NBA   

The 2017-18 NBA regular season began yesterday and it runs until June. Which means we’ve got plenty of time to ponder the possibilities of a fourth... More>>



Baseball
Article | October 18, 2017
Will Lawsuits Unravel the Safety Net the 'Baseball Rule' Has Enjoyed?   

It didn’t take long for Major League Baseball’s netting issue to start unravelling. It has long hidden behind a century-old line on tickets... More>>



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