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Article | November 20, 2017
2017 CHAMPIONS OF ECONOMIC IMPACT IN SPORTS TOURISM   

Sports Destination Management is proud to announce the 2017 “Champions of Economic Impact in Sports Tourism.” The nominees this year were... More>>



VolcanoBomb
Article | January 10, 2018
Snowed Under: The Toll of the ‘Bomb Cyclone’ on Sports Events   

Snowmageddon. Bombogenesis. Bomb Cyclone. Whatever handle or hashtag you choose to hang on it, the weather is brutally cold and the precipitation has... More>>



NHL
Article | December 13, 2017
USA Hockey Facing Challenge of Assembling Olympic Roster Without NHL Players   

We know NHL players won’t be in PyeongChang. The real question is how USA Hockey will build a roster to compete with traditional powerhouse teams... More>>



SuperBowl
Article | December 13, 2017
Minneapolis Pinning Hopes for Increased Tourism, Jobs on Super Bowl   

Christmas is closer than the Super Bowl, so it’s appropriate that Minneapolis, host of the big game, has a wish list. In addition to the economic... More>>



Cheer
Article | December 13, 2017
Cheer Vaults into the International Spotlight via Winter Olympics   

When Team USA competes this winter in PyeongChang, expect there to be some additional some new vocal support outside of the parents, friends and the... More>>



AlanShearer
Article | November 29, 2017
With a Retired Soccer Pro’s Admission of Memory Loss, Heading Takes Another Hit   

The issue of heading in soccer, which divided youth sports last year, just took another hit and it’s a hard one. Retired English soccer star Alan... More>>



Soccermom
Article | November 29, 2017
South Carolina Youth Soccer Association’s 'Silent September' Still Echoes True   

Did ‘Silent September,’ an initiative in South Carolina to get soccer parents to pipe down, resonate? Yes, it did, and it remains the non-shout... More>>



Regional1
Article | November 20, 2017
The Heartland, Home of Wide-Open Spaces and Smiling Faces   

When the Nebraska Golf Association considered hosting a tournament last summer in Kearney — a city in the direct path of the 2017 total solar... More>>



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Article | November 20, 2017
Played on Three Surfaces, Played by All Ages   

Thanks to the Olympics, interest in volleyball remains strong. That it can played anywhere, from a grassy backyard to a gymnasium to a sandy beach,... More>>



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Article | November 20, 2017
Leading the Way for Youth and High School Football   

The sport of football continues its evolution, and USA Football, a member of the U.S. Olympic Committee and the sport’s national governing body, is... More>>



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