Individual Sports Articles


ParaLong
Article | January 10, 2018
Inside Events: The ParaLong Drive Cup   

When golf went into the Olympics, it seemed a Paralympic version would follow. When that didn’t happen, other opportunities for competition were... More>>



eSports
Article | December 13, 2017
With Olympics in View, eSports Makes 2017 a Year to Remember   

Despite the always heated debate regarding whether or not they are, in fact, actually sports, eSports continues to evolve. The past year has been... More>>



TableTennis
Article | December 13, 2017
With a Bid on International Table Tennis, San Jose Spins into the Limelight   

When Dionne Warwick hit the charts in 1968 with “Do you know the way to San Jose,” she put the city on the pop culture map. Nearly 50 years... More>>



Drone
Article | December 13, 2017
Outdoor Venues, Sports Events, Struggle to Regulate Drone Use   

Outdoor sports events, which have confronted various security threats over the years, now have a new one: drones. This follows a recent incident in... More>>



SantaRunning
Article | December 13, 2017
Holiday-Themed Events are Raking in the Dough, Dough, Dough   

Your belief (or lack thereof) in Santa isn’t going to change this: December is the most wonderful time of the year for sports business. Winter... More>>



Chanukah
Article | December 13, 2017
Inside Events: Chanukah Run-a-Latke 5K   

Reindeer runs. Santa 5Ks. Jingle bell jogs. There aren’t many sports events for those without a Christmas tree. Enter the Chanukah Run-a-Latke 5K.... More>>



runningfeet
Article | November 29, 2017
Why is Road Running Losing Pace?   

What is slowing down the road running industry? A combination of rising fees, competition from nontraditional events (hello, novelty runs and... More>>



Cornhole
Article | November 29, 2017
Inside Events: American Cornhole Association   

Chances are, if you’ve been to a tailgate, a cookout or a trade show, you’ve seen cornhole. The sport itself is proliferating across the U.S.,... More>>



Skijoring
Article | November 29, 2017
Skijoring: The Niche Sport You Never Met Could Be the Revenue Stream You’ve Always Dreamed Of   

To the initiated, skijoring sounds bizarre. An activity in which a skier is pulled by a galloping horse at high speeds through obstacles, it’s been... More>>



Parkour
Article | November 29, 2017
Parkour Moves Closer to Olympic Status, But Controversy Remains   

Will parkour be in Paris for the 2024 Olympic Games? Organizers hope so. Unfortunately, the organizers are the root of the problem, specifically, the... More>>



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