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CactusTour
Article | April 3, 2020
Cactus Tour Proving the Golf Show Will Go On   

The balance between staying competitive and remaining healthy has been elusive for many events but the Cactus Tour has managed to do it. With one... More>>



Mouthguard_Smaller
Article | March 25, 2020
Sports and Knocked-Out Teeth: The Goofy Statistics You Need Right Now   

In a dismal spring, when postponements and cancellations are rife, sometimes a few offbeat statistics can provide a much-needed diversion. And... More>>



SoccerBallTurf
Article | March 25, 2020
Up for Bids and Open for Business: US Youth Soccer Taking Bids for 2022 Championship Events   

Sports tourism is strong, resilient and forward-looking. Case in point: US Youth Soccer's RFPs for two championship events to be held in 2022. More>>



Bullriding
Article | March 23, 2020
Professional Bull Riding Bucking COVID's No-Sports Trend   

March Madness, Major League Baseball and most everything else has fallen silent. But in the face of COVID-19, professional bull riding is thriving.... More>>



ProGolfer
Article | March 23, 2020
Top Pros Find Common Ground About Exclusivity of PGL Concept   

For now, the fairways may be still but the debate about the Premier Golf League is still active. And earlier this month, three of the game’s top... More>>



Waterparkthingie
Article | March 23, 2020
Tourist Attractions Reopening in China: What Does it Mean for U.S. Sports?   

The proverbial light at the end of the tunnel may be in sight. At the very least, there is a glimmer of hope and optimism, thanks to news of... More>>



Medevac
Article | March 23, 2020
Is Air Ambulance Service Coverage Necessary for Events?   

When problems happening at the international level make the news, it’s easy to think they don’t affect sports events within U.S. borders. But... More>>



OutdoorRec
Article | March 22, 2020
Will Outdoor Activities Surge During the Pandemic?   

Social distancing and self-quarantine have become the buzzwords to live by but they haven’t killed outdoor recreation. In fact, it’s possible... More>>



Ref
Article | March 21, 2020
Fines, Community Service and More for Assaulting, Harassing Referees   

Every state nationwide knows the struggle to keep refs in the game is real. But in some states, proposed laws that would give slap heavy penalties... More>>



Construction
Article | March 21, 2020
Coronavirus Could Impact NFL Stadium Projects in Los Angeles, Las Vegas   

The coronavirus pandemic has changed far more than March Madness. Although construction continued early the week of March 15 on the NFL’s two... More>>



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