Individual Sports Articles


Facilities1
Article | November 20, 2017
Tennis Facilities that Ace the Competition   

U.S. tennis participation continues to grow, although not by the leaps and bounds the sport experienced during the boom times of the 1970s and ’80s... More>>



Trailrunning
Article | November 15, 2017
‘Fastest Known Time’ Events Picking Up Pace in Popularity   

What’s the hottest trend? FKT or Fastest Known Time. Described is bringing in athletes who want to conquer not only their own PRs but those of any... More>>



TurkeyTrot
Article | November 15, 2017
By the Numbers: Thanksgiving-Themed Sports Events Keeping Planners in the Black Before Friday   

Black Friday might be the big day for shopping but Thanksgiving is when nearly one million Americans will take to the streets to participate in... More>>



Disney
Article | November 15, 2017
Disney is Feeling the Sting of Late Cancellation of Running Events   

Mickey Mouse won’t be acting as course marshal in Anaheim, thanks to the cancellation of all 2018 RunDisney events. And the late notice has left a... More>>



Bucking
Article | November 15, 2017
Inside Events: National High School Rodeo Association   

Rodeo is a unique piece of Americana with roots extending deep into history. It’s no surprise, therefore, that the National High School Rodeo... More>>



Wildfires
Article | November 1, 2017
California Wildfires Continue to Impact Sports Events   

As Northern California’s Wine Country continued to burn, event organizers ranging from golf club owners to high school athletic directors were... More>>



CollegeTri
Article | November 1, 2017
On the Radar: College Triathlon is on the Rise   

When USA Triathlon announced Millikin University in Decatur, Illinois, as the latest school in the nation to add a varsity women’s triathlon... 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>>



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