East-North Central Articles


Sports
Article | February 26, 2021
Back on Course   

While many sports were put on hold this past year, golf was one of the few that recorded a surge in participation and retail sales. It also... More>>



Lido
Article | February 26, 2021
Can a Golf Course that Vanished During WWII Increase Sports Tourism?   

In Wisconsin, they’re capitalizing on a few things to ride the comeback wave. The first is the golf boom that started during the pandemic and... More>>



NCAA
Article | February 25, 2021
Basketball Welcomes Back Spectators   

The madness is on—with fans. The NCAA has announced its spectator attendance policies for its March Division I basketball tournaments, which will... More>>



NCAAVball
Article | February 12, 2021
NCAA Announces Changes to Championship Line-Ups   

The NCAA made some major announcements about its 2021 spring season and as expected, that news, all relating to championships and their siting,... More>>



WorldCup
Article | January 30, 2021
FIFA Hoping to Make 2026 World Cup Host Announcements by End of Year   

The wait for the official announcement of U.S. host cities for the 2026 World Cup has certainly seemed interminable and it just got a little longer.... More>>



REGIONAL2
Article | January 20, 2021
Taking the Sports Hosting Game by Storm   

Sports history runs deep win the Northeast region. Dr. James Naismith invented basketball in Springfield, Massachusetts in 1891, and William Morgan... More>>



MULTISPORT2
Article | January 20, 2021
Game On   

It is a great time to get into competitive video gaming. Global esports revenues (not counting broadcasting platform revenues) surpassed $1 billion... More>>



SportsFac2
Article | January 20, 2021
Basketball’s Full-Court Press   

Basketball has always been one of the most popular sports for travel teams and rec play, with activity that spans all ages, both male and female. And... More>>



MArch
Article | January 18, 2021
It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad March, and Indianapolis is Making it Happen   

Not too many people say no to hosting NCAA championships, particularly when that opportunity is any game in March Madness, much less the entire... More>>



CalHSFB
Article | January 15, 2021
Scoffing Tightened Restrictions, California Youth Football Hits the Field   

The long and winding road of youth sports in California – stretching all the way to Arizona, then Texas and Florida, as event owners scrambled to... More>>



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