Sports Facilities Articles


GolfCourseWorker
Article | June 13, 2018
Displaced Puerto Rican Workers Helping Fill Positions in Hospitality, Sports Venues   

As Puerto Rico (very) slowly rebuilds after Hurricane Maria, many displaced island residents are already seeking employment on the mainland at hotels... More>>



Regional2
Article | May 31, 2018
Up and Down the Coast   

Ask people to define the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States, and you’ll likely receive different responses. Generally speaking, though, it... More>>



Multi1
Article | May 31, 2018
On the Right Track   

Track and field, historically one of the oldest sports in the world, remains popular at all levels – high school, college and even at the Olympics,... More>>



Preakness
Article | May 30, 2018
Will the Preakness Stay in Baltimore? Place Your Bets   

While Baltimore considers the Preakness Stakes a rite of spring, its home of Pimlico Race Course is showing its age so badly that it’s considered a... More>>



Volcano
Article | May 16, 2018
With Homes Destroyed and Lives Threatened by Volcano’s Eruption, Sports are the Least of Hawai’i’s Worries   

With residents being evacuated from homes and property damage estimates already in the millions, the concept of sports events on Hawai’i’s Big... More>>



Golf
Article | May 16, 2018
Golf Courses Delay Openings After Extended Winter Weather   

Old Man Winter’s refusal to go quietly has forced the delayed opening of golf courses in several states and Canadian provinces. From New York to... More>>



Pokemon
Article | May 16, 2018
Yes, Pokémon Go Is Still a Thing   

Remember the Pokémon Go craze of 2016? Believe it or not, it’s alive and well and sports event organizers should be aware it’s still a thing. In... More>>



Surf
Article | May 16, 2018
World Surf League Hosts First Non-Ocean Event - at a Wave Pool   

Surfing history was made this month when the World Surf League hosted its first event at a wave pool. The WSL Founders’ Cup of Surfing (a historic... More>>



Mexico
Article | April 18, 2018
Could the Great American Pastime's Youth World Cup Move to Taiwan Forever?   

Could the Great American Pastime find a permanent home for its Under-12 World Cup in Taiwan? Maybe – if Taiwan has its way. Tainan City, on the... More>>



Oakland
Article | April 18, 2018
Oakland A’s Announce Coliseum Site Takeover from City, County   

Efforts to build a baseball stadium in various sites around Oakland have failed. The Oakland A's, however, might make it possible for a new facility... More>>



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