Winter Sports Articles


Emerging Markets: Get Out of Your Venue Rut
Article | December 31, 2012
Emerging Markets: Get Out of Your Venue Rut   

Repetition has long been known to be beneficial to athletes in practice sessions. When it comes to the location of sports events, though, for... More>>



Northeast: Abundance of Riches
Article | December 31, 2012
Northeast: Abundance of Riches   

When it comes to sports destinations, the Northeast has a lot to offer. The geographic region encompasses the nine states from Maine to Pennsylvania,... More>>



The NCAA’s New Recruiting Controls: An In-Depth Analysis
Article | December 31, 2012
The NCAA’s New Recruiting Controls: An In-Depth Analysis   

In January 2012, the NCAA’s Board of Directors voted to ban 7-on-7 football games, leagues, camps or other “non-scholastic” sport enterprises... More>>



Ice Rinks & Winter Sports: Hot Places for Winter Sports Action
Article | December 31, 2012
Ice Rinks & Winter Sports: Hot Places for Winter Sports Action   

The NHL was benched in the fall due to a lockout, but plenty of other skaters were getting ice time around the nation. And finding that ice time in... More>>



Midwest:  Playing in the Heartland
Article | October 31, 2012
Midwest: Playing in the Heartland   

Sports, and sports travel, are huge in the heartland. The Midwest consists of 12 states—from Ohio on the east side, northwest to North Dakota, and... More>>



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Article | August 31, 2012
The Southwest and Pacific: Something for Everyone   

The Southwest and Pacific regions have this in common: both offer great weather and first-class venues. Made up of states including Arizona,... More>>



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Article | May 31, 2012
Southeast: Southern Hospitality   

The Southeastern U.S. is one of the most populous, and fastest growing, areas of the country. Its economy has seen a large expansion in recent... More>>



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Article | March 31, 2012
Profiles in Leadership - Behind-the-Scenes   

Although it is used in a variety of contexts, the word 'team' is primarily associated with the sports world. Certainly, there are many non-team-based... More>>



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Article | March 31, 2012
Mid-Atlantic - Something For Everyone   

Jamestown, Virginia was the first permanent English settlement. The Statue of Liberty welcomed immigrants to Ellis Island. Historic battles were... More>>



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Article | February 29, 2012
Mountains: Rocky Mountain High   

Most everyone can sing along to John Denver’s 1970’s hit, "Rocky Mountain High," even if they’ve never traveled west of Tennessee. More>>



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