Water Sports Articles


Engaging Community Volunteers – The Secret to a Successful Sporting Event
Article | June 25, 2013
Engaging Community Volunteers – The Secret to a Successful Sporting Event   

When it comes to running a successful sporting event, one planning element cannot be overlooked, no matter the sport – volunteer recruitment. In... More>>



Unforgettable Fishing
Article | April 30, 2013
Unforgettable Fishing   

Ample lodging, great dining and appealing attractions are always important to a sports event, but when it comes to fishing tournaments, one thing... More>>



The Age of Sports: Planning Events for Senior Athletes: An Interview with Marc T. Riker
Article | April 25, 2013
Planning Events for Senior Athletes: An Interview with Marc T. Riker   

Getting older and slowing down? Not unless you're talking about the laptops these athletes are carrying as they travel from event to event. More>>



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Article | March 1, 2013
Mountain High: Great States for Sports   

The Mountain States are defined by the dramatic terrain and beauty of the Rocky Mountains, so it’s perhaps no surprise that sports in these states... More>>



Emerging Markets: Get Out of Your Venue Rut
Article | December 31, 2012
Emerging Markets: Get Out of Your Venue Rut   

Repetition has long been known to be beneficial to athletes in practice sessions. When it comes to the location of sports events, though, for... More>>



Northeast: Abundance of Riches
Article | December 31, 2012
Northeast: Abundance of Riches   

When it comes to sports destinations, the Northeast has a lot to offer. The geographic region encompasses the nine states from Maine to Pennsylvania,... More>>



The NCAA’s New Recruiting Controls: An In-Depth Analysis
Article | December 31, 2012
The NCAA’s New Recruiting Controls: An In-Depth Analysis   

In January 2012, the NCAA’s Board of Directors voted to ban 7-on-7 football games, leagues, camps or other “non-scholastic” sport enterprises... More>>



USA Canoe/Kayak: An Interview with Joe Jacobi
Article | October 31, 2012
An Interview with Joe Jacobi, CEO, USA Canoe/Kayak   

In 1992, Joe Jacobi teamed with Scott Strausbaugh to win America’s first-ever Olympic Gold Medal in Whitewater Canoe Slalom. Today he is the CEO of... More>>



Outstanding Venues: Outstanding U.S. Sports Venues Share their “Wow” Factors
Article | October 31, 2012
Outstanding U.S. Sports Venues Share their “Wow” Factors   

Sports event planners know it takes more than one “wow” factor to make them deem a sports venue “outstanding.” Truly outstanding sports... More>>



Midwest:  Playing in the Heartland
Article | October 31, 2012
Midwest: Playing in the Heartland   

Sports, and sports travel, are huge in the heartland. The Midwest consists of 12 states—from Ohio on the east side, northwest to North Dakota, and... More>>



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