| || Article | February 24, 2020
Marathon Cheating, from Course Cutting to Proxy Running to…Shoes?
From course-cutting to hiring proxies to run their races for them, marathoners have increasingly come under suspicions - and high-stakes distance... More>>
| || Article | February 23, 2020
Can Economic Development Corporations Score Big Wins with Pro Tournaments?
We’re used to seeing pro sports events sponsored by sports commissions and CVBs. The Lake Charles Championship and the Visit Knoxville Open, both... More>>
| || Article | February 22, 2020
Will Salt Lake City Bid on 2034 Winter Olympics?
It is, as they say, déjà vu all over again. Salt Lake City, host of the 2002 Winter Games, has moved one stop closer to hosting the Winter Olympics... More>>
| || Article | February 18, 2020
Ultramarathon Events Showing More Than 1,500% Increase in Participation
The number of ultra runners, meaning those who run races that are longer than 26.2 miles, including trail and mountain runs, has increased a... More>>
| || Article | February 17, 2020
Spartan Working to Get Tough Mudder Running Again
The future of Tough Mudder doesn’t seem quite as clear as mud as it might have a month ago. But things in the obstacle course racing world aren’t... More>>
| || Article | February 15, 2020
Inside Events: The American Pole League
One of the buzziest sports to be seeking international acceptance (at the IOC level, no less) is pole, governed in the U.S. by the American Pole... More>>
| || Article | February 14, 2020
Planning an Event to Help the Australian Fire Victims? Here Are Some Tips
If a fire halfway around the world in Australia can get attention from an international golf tournament, can local sports events help make a... More>>
| || Article | February 12, 2020
What Does the USGA’s Distance Report Mean for Golf Tournaments?
With much fanfare, the USGA and R&A released a Distance Insights Report, showing that hitting distances and lengths of golf courses have been... More>>
| || Article | February 11, 2020
Women’s Acrobatics & Tumbling, Wrestling Added to NCAA Emerging Sports
Plenty of people might have been a little distracted by happenings on the football field (or in the political arena) and missed the news that two... More>>
| || Article | February 10, 2020
What's Driving the Bidding Wars for NCAA Championships?
After months of lead-up and plenty of fanfare, the NCAA closed out its bid submission cycle for hosting of championships in the 2022-2023 and 2025-26... More>>