Sports Facilities Articles

Article | April 19, 2017
National Park Week Celebrates 101st Year   

Here we are in the middle of National Park Week and celebrating more than 100 years of protecting and preserving the nation’s parks and monuments.... More>>

Article | April 19, 2017
Arkansas and Tennessee Grapple with Concept of Guns in Sports Facilities   

Here’s an issue with guaranteed controversy potential. Off-duty police officers and sheriff’s deputies in Tennessee would be allowed to carry... More>>

Article | April 19, 2017
Panama City Beach Finds Success in Rebranding as a Family and Sports Destination   

When Panama City Beach rebranded itself as a family and sports destination, and in the process, put up a detour sign to its longtime spring break... More>>

Article | April 5, 2017
North Carolina Repeals HB2 - NCAA Grudgingly Allows State to Bid   

The decision by North Carolina lawmakers to repeal House Bill 2, the state’s infamous so-called “bathroom bill,”comes just weeks before the... More>>

Article | April 5, 2017
Bring on the Spring: Ski Resorts Make the Most of the Muddy Transitional Season   

The snow is melting. The crocuses are up. The robins and bluebirds are around. And ski resorts are rising to the challenge of this muddy, messy... More>>

Article | April 5, 2017
Vikings Team with Audubon Society to Help Save Birds’ Lives   

Pro football may have taken a beating over its handling of concussions, but the Minnesota Viking might just have a softer side. The organization... More>>

Article | March 24, 2017
Major League Soccer Gives Cities Their Kicks: 12 Vie for Four Expansion Franchises   

Between the World Cup and the burgeoning youth scene, soccer is basking in the boom. Here’s even more proof: Major League Soccer has approved four... More>>

Article | March 22, 2017
Small Polish City Suddenly an eSports Giant   

When a new 15,000-square-foot eSports facility opened March 3 in Las Vegas by hosting a Halo World Championship qualifier with $50,000 in prizes, it... More>>

Article | March 22, 2017
New Report Looks at Energy and Water Performance in Sports Venues   

Green is the word. With eco-friendly and sustainable sports venues becoming a marketing ploy for cities, a new report, Taking the Field: Advancing... More>>

Article | March 22, 2017
Report: Synthetic Fields Remain Safe   

If you’ve been waiting for answers on the safety of synthetic turf, there’s good news and bad news, and the bad news has nothing to do with turf... More>>

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