East-North Central Articles


StateGames
Article | July 26, 2017
By the Numbers: The 2017 State Games of America   

First, the National Senior Games brought upwards of 10,500 athletes (and an additional 15,000 family, friends and spectators) to Birmingham, Alabama.... More>>



Multi1
Article | July 23, 2017
Carrying On the Combat Tradition   

People have always wanted to compete. In the early days of sport, combat was not just a thrilling competition, but also a necessary survival skill.... More>>



Landscape1
Article | July 23, 2017
And They’re Off!   

In June, almost 2,500 elite and age-group competitors from nearly every state and 12+ countries raced in the inaugural IRONMAN 70.3 Wisconsin. The... More>>



Facilities1
Article | July 21, 2017
Scoring Big With Lacrosse   

Lacrosse has been played on the North American continent for centuries. Today, it’s one of the fastest-growing team sports in the U.S., spreading... More>>



Dayton
Article | June 28, 2017
CBS This Morning Interviews SDM Editor about the Economic Impact of Sports Tourism   

SDM’s readers already know the benefits a successful sports event can have on the host community’s economy. This month, however, the nation got... More>>



USOpen
Article | June 14, 2017
By the Numbers: The U.S. Open in Wisconsin   

The U.S. Open takes place in Erin Hills, Wisconsin, this week. That’s a first for Wisconsin. And to Wisconsin, that’s the most impressive figure,... More>>



IndustryLeadership
Article | May 30, 2017
Meet the Mentors: Who's Who in Sports Tourism   

Sports tourism has continued to grow exponentially, leading to more events, more athletes and more economic impact. As events proliferate across the... More>>



MultiSport1
Article | May 30, 2017
Taking Their Marks   

One of the oldest and most respected sports, track & field is the showcase of summer Olympics and the trademark of certain cities. Learn how... More>>



Landscape1
Article | May 30, 2017
Fishing’s Bright Future   

With new participation initiatives and a booming tournament scene, fishing’s future is looking bright. Find out how cities across the U.S. are... More>>



Facilities1
Article | May 30, 2017
Swinging for the Fences   

The Great American Pastime never loses its appeal. From sandlot and Little League to travel teams, college and more, the sport brings in new players... More>>



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