East-North Central Articles


16_FeatureP68_SeptOct10
Article | August 31, 2010
Freshwater Fundamentals   

With more than 3,500,000 miles of rivers and hundreds of thousands of acres of lakes, both natural and man-made, to choose from, selecting a... More>>



16_FeatureP54_SeptOct10
Article | August 31, 2010
Softball Standouts   

These days, there's nothing soft about softball. Today the sport features pitches as fast as 70 mph and some of the world's most competitive... More>>



15_FeatureP70_JulyAug10
Article | June 30, 2010
College Facilities: Under the Radar Sports Event Assets   

There's an uproar in college athletics. At January's 2010 NCAA Conference in Atlanta, university leaders discussed a study conducted by the Knight... More>>



14_FeatureP80_MayJune10
Article | April 30, 2010
America's Finest Facilities   

In recent years, America's communities have made some major investments in their sports facilities, resulting in an impressive array of homes for... More>>



13_FeatureP86_MarchApril10
Article | February 28, 2010
Cheer & Dance   

A Commander-in-Chief, a Desperate Housewife, a News Anchor and a Wild and Crazy Guy. Dwight D. Eisenhower & George W. Bush; Eva Longoria; Katie... More>>



13_FeatureP74_MarchApril10
Article | February 28, 2010
Course Events   

The world of sports is wide. Competition is fierce, both on the field and in the world of sports facilities. So how do some facilities set themselves... More>>



12_FeatureP74_JanFeb10
Article | December 31, 2009
Gymnastics: Flip for This   

Like most sports, gymnastics origins can be traced back to ancient Greece as a regimen of military training and conditioning. Gymnastics was also... More>>



12_FeatureP64_JanFeb10
Article | December 31, 2009
Road & Track: A Brief History of Speed   

Since the beginning of human history, speed has brought us together. From the earliest Olympics, when an Olympic Truce calmed warring nations to... More>>



12_FeatureP52_JanFeb10
Article | December 31, 2009
A Running Start   

Running is big and getting bigger every year. For evidence, look no further than the New York City marathon, America's largest, most popular... More>>



The Makings of an Olympic City
Article | October 31, 2009
The Makings of an Olympic City   

Chicago was the favorite. Madrid had an excellent chance. Tokyo was certainly in the running. And Rio? Well, it was a long shot, but they wanted it... More>>



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