Winter Sports Articles


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Article | February 1, 2018
Unpredictable Weather? Not a Problem   

Mother Nature can be temperamental, and that can wreak havoc with planning outdoor sports events, including those held over the winter months.... More>>


Article | January 24, 2018
Russian Renaissance: Sochi Striving to Become a Successful Resort City Four Years After Winter Olympics   

Russia spent $50 billion to host the 2014 Winter Olympics, and nearly four years later, that investment might be paying off. Sochi, although... More>>


Article | January 24, 2018
‘Hacking is the New Juicing:’ Even the Olympics Have Fallen Prey   

The biggest latest threat to the Winter Olympics in PyeongChang isn’t North Korea/South Korea tensions. It isn’t doping. It isn’t even... More>>


Article | January 10, 2018
Snowed Under: The Toll of the ‘Bomb Cyclone’ on Sports Events   

Snowmageddon. Bombogenesis. Bomb Cyclone. Whatever handle or hashtag you choose to hang on it, the weather is brutally cold and the precipitation has... More>>


Article | January 10, 2018
Warmer Temperatures Impacting Winter Olympic Athletes' Choices of Training Sites   

Whatever your stance on climate change, there’s no denying that Olympic athletes have been chasing snow all over the map in order to train. Some... More>>


Article | January 10, 2018
By the Numbers: Winter Sports Growing in Unexpected Places   

Who says the mountain resorts out west have all the fun? According to a new study, nearly half of U.S. snow-seekers are heading to the South Atlantic... More>>


Article | December 13, 2017
USA Hockey Facing Challenge of Assembling Olympic Roster Without NHL Players   

We know NHL players won’t be in PyeongChang. The real question is how USA Hockey will build a roster to compete with traditional powerhouse teams... More>>


Article | December 13, 2017
Cheer Vaults into the International Spotlight via Winter Olympics   

When Team USA competes this winter in PyeongChang, expect there to be some additional some new vocal support outside of the parents, friends and the... More>>


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>>


Article | November 15, 2017
Bringing a Formerly Extreme Sport to Ski, Snowboard Enthusiasts   

Planners of winter and snow events might want to put this into the planning file: heli-skiing is working to reinvent itself as an easy-to-plan... More>>



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