Multi Sport Games Articles


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>>



PoleSports
Article | October 4, 2017
Pole Sports: ‘We Will Not Become Part of Gymnastics’   

Pole sports (that would be pole dancing, not pole vaulting) is continuing in its quest for acceptance and respect among its fellow international... More>>



PyeongChang
Article | October 4, 2017
Is the Trump-Kim Standoff the Cause of Frigid Ticket Sales for the Winter Olympics?   

It’s not up there with the problems that plagued the Rio Olympics, but it’s still not a good sign. With the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang,... More>>



PuertoRico
Article | October 4, 2017
As Puerto Rico Fights to Recover, Rescheduled Sports Events Are Imminent   

The reschedule notice wasn’t terribly long, but it was telling. The International Billfish Tournament, scheduled for late September in Puerto Rico,... More>>



MexicoCityEarthquake
Article | October 4, 2017
World Paralympic Championships Postponed in Wake of Mexico City Earthquake   

The biggest aftershock of the devastating earthquake to hit Mexico City was a death toll that soared above 300. It didn’t even cause a ripple,... More>>



Regional1
Article | September 25, 2017
Go West for Sports Opportunities   

The Southwest and Pacific Coast regions of the U.S. have much to offer, including a pleasant mix of seasons, with opportunities for just about every... More>>



SrAth
Article | September 20, 2017
Inside Events: Huntsman World Senior Games   

The Huntsman World Senior Games, an international multi-sport event for athletes age 50 and up, is held in St. George, Utah, next month. It includes... More>>



NHL_IOC
Article | September 20, 2017
Don’t Expect Another Olympic ‘Miracle’ on Ice   

As the 2018 Olympics move closer, it seems the relationship between the NHL and the IOC is more distant than ever, meaning the USOC may well have to... More>>



eSports
Article | September 20, 2017
IOC President Open to eSports but Prefers the Types of Games that Promote ‘Peace Among People’   

And you thought the idea of eSports in the Olympics was just going to cause grumbling among purists who rejected its classification as a sport. Get... More>>



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