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May/June 2014
May/June 2014

Sports event planners, don’t lose another minute—find out in this May-June 2014 issue of Sports Destination Management how to stay ahead of the curve and on top of developing trends, like events for senior athletes. Our in-depth coverage of the best practices to make events successful for senior athletes will put you on top of your game—and help you help them to be the best they can be, too.

Not sure what it takes to be eco-friendly? Find out in our article on sustainable sports events. You will come away with the best tips for planning, marketing and even making key partnerships that will enhance your event at every turn – and even inspire others to follow suit.

 Triathlon is one event experiencing explosive growth, thanks to three key initiatives at the national level. Learn what those are and how they can be implemented at your next event in the article, “Triathlon and Beyond: New Trends in Multisport.”

The spring sports season has officially kicked off. Make the most of it with the outstanding industry insights you’ll find in the pages ahead.

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Business Development
Sustainable Sports Events: It’s Easy Being Green

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Considerations for Events with Senior Athletes

Destination Spotlight
Sports in Paradise: Puerto Rico
Conway, Arkansas - Sports Continue to Grow in the “City of Colleges”
Annapolis/Anne Arundel County, Maryland

Executive Insights
USA Field Hockey

Industry Leadership
Need a Who’s Who? Here’s Your Go-To

Multi-Sport Multi-Discipline Review
Track & Field Planning: On Your Mark, Get Set, Go!

Perspectives
Enhancing the Economic Power of Sports Tourism

Regional Focus
The Mid-Atlantic: Sports Know-How and Can-Do

Service Solutions
The Sports Management Graduate Education Advantage

Sports Facilities
Fancy Footwork

Sports Landscape
The Sport That Has Hooked America’s Heart

Sports Outlook
Triathlon and Beyond: New Trends in Multisport

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