Multi Sport Games Articles


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>>



Clipboard1
Article | November 20, 2017
Developing an App: A Case Study from USA Triathlon   

USA Triathlon, the National Governing Body for the sport of triathlon, rolled out a mobile app in April of 2017. The interactive app, available via... 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>>



OpenWaterSwim
Article | November 15, 2017
World Beach Games in San Diego Shrinking in Scope, Budget   

The World Beach Games, originally scheduled for San Diego in 2017, were bumped to 2019. Now, organizers are saying it will be a smaller event, with... More>>



GayGames
Article | November 15, 2017
D.C. Mayor Believes the Trump Image Contributed to the Loss of 2022 Gay Games   

Washington, D.C., considered a favorite to win the 2022 Gay Games, came thisclose but lost out to Hong Kong. Speculation abounded that U.S. President... 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>>



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>>



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>>



Skateboard
Article | October 18, 2017
Who’s in Charge? U.S. Skateboarders Want to Know   

The struggle to govern skateboarding, long thought to exist just at the international level, is widespread. In the U.S. alone, a battle is raging... More>>



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