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FluShots
Article | November 8, 2020
If Parents Refuse to Have Kids Get a Flu Shot, Should Event Owners be Concerned?   

And just like that, it’s flu season again – but with a big wrinkle. In addition to the existing emphasis on health precautions for sports events,... More>>



InsideEvents
Article | November 7, 2020
Inside Events: USA Wheelchair Football League   

Football has been getting a lot of attention. From high school boys to women’s flag at the college level, the sport is never far from the... More>>



EsportsCombine
Article | November 7, 2020
Inaugural College Combine Proves Esports is a Force to be Reckoned With   

As one of the biggest indications yet that higher education is now taking esports seriously, representatives of more than 65 colleges and... More>>



USA_Triathlon_Smaller
Article | November 7, 2020
Open for Business and Up for Bid: USA Triathlon National Championships   

Ready to kick 2020 to the curb? (Honestly, who isn't?) Look to 2023-2024 and check out the RFPs for two of USA Triathlon’s national-level events.... More>>



COVIDTesting
Article | November 7, 2020
Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell? Parents Push to Hide COVID Test Results and Keep Sports Going   

While some youth sports parents are protesting fall season postponements by waving signs reading, “Fear is the REAL Virus,” others are taking a... More>>



Farming
Article | November 7, 2020
Farming Esports Games Could Generate Bumper Crop of Interest in Ag Schools, Communities   

Harvest moon. Harvest ball. Harvest windfall. Fall is the season of harvest so it is not surprising that esports farming simulator games are reaping... More>>



Minigolf
Article | November 6, 2020
Trending, Money-Making and Suddenly Hip, Minigolf is Going Upscale   

Putt-putt – excuse us, minigolf – is is going upscale. Not only has it become a go-to family activity during quarantine, but the game’s... More>>



Spectators
Article | November 6, 2020
Spectators are Returning and Event Owners Say It's Past Time   

From the NFL to the PGA TOUR to local tournaments, events are reopening to spectators. And even if the crowd isn’t that big, it still creates an... More>>



EXINSIGHT2
Article | November 2, 2020
Executive Insights: US Squash   

With a national headquarters project in development in Pennsylvania and urban youth initiatives, squash is getting a lot of attention. Here to talk... More>>



REGIONAL2
Article | November 2, 2020
In the Heartland, Sports Thrive   

Sports loyalty runs deep in the Midwest, where professional and college teams are considered family. The Heartland is also known for friendliness,... More>>



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