Mountain Sports Business

| January 6, 2014
Colorado Pride Joins W-League   

The W-League has announced that the Colorado Pride, based in Colorado Springs, will join the league beginning with the 2014 season More>>

| January 2, 2014
Team USA Trials Set to Break Entry Records   

The 2014 United States Bowling Congress Team USA Trials is the largest Trials in history, breaking records for men's, women's and overall entries. More>>

| December 9, 2013
BP to Contribute to U.S. Olympic Training Center, Paralympic Programs   

BP to contribute $1 million to the Ted Stevens Sports Services Center at the USOC Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colo. and to Paralympic... More>>

| November 4, 2013
NJCAA TV Set to Deliver Live Coverage of Select Fall Championships   

Official Digital Video Network of the NJCAA will Feature Live Broadcasts of Eight Fall National Championships Beginning Nov. 7th More>>

| October 28, 2013
USOC Kicks Off "Road to Sochi" Tour   

Events designed to fan the Olympic flame and build the buzz for the Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia, are underway. More>>

| October 28, 2013
Colorado Springs Visitors Bureau Announces Line-Up Changes   

The Colorado Springs Convention & Visitors Bureau (CVB) announces staff changes to better serve those bringing events to Colorado Springs. More>>

Copper Mountain
| September 9, 2013
Copper Mountain Introduces Sherpa: New Smartphone App for Skiers, Riders   

Sherpa is Copper Mountain's new app to help sports tourists stay aware of mountain conditions. More>>

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| September 9, 2013
Pima County Approves Team’s Stay at Facility   

Until 2014, the Tucson Padres have a temporary home at the Kino Sports Complex. More>>

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| August 12, 2013
Pima Allocates Funds for Soccer Training Camp   

Pima County hopes to attract MLS teams to preseason training camp at Kino Sports Complex in 2014. More>>

| July 31, 2013
USA Basketball Announces Plan to Relocate Headquarters to Arizona   

USA Basketball has announced plans to relocate to Tempe, Arizona, as part of a $350 million development project. More>>

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