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WFC
Article | October 16, 2019
The Food Fight is On in Dallas – What Does It Take to Be at the Table?   

There’s a food fight going on and Dallas is in the teeth of it. The World Food Championships, the largest competition in food sport (yes, that's a... More>>



IndustryLeadership
Article | September 4, 2019
New Homes for Away Teams   

The continued evolution of sports venues – updates to surfaces, lighting, security and amenities – all helps to create the best possible... More>>



Climbing
Article | September 4, 2019
Interest Strong in Climbing as Sport Heads for the Olympics   

No rocks and no hard places here. Climbing is headed for the Olympics in 2020 (and 2024, for that matter) so it shouldn’t come as any surprise that... More>>



WorldGames
Article | September 4, 2019
What Birmingham Stands to Gain by Hosting the World Games in 2021   

When the World Games come to Birmingham, Alabama, in 2021, they’ll boost the city’s reputation as a center for multi-sport events on the highest... More>>



Multi1
Article | September 3, 2019
The Perfect Landing   

Heading into the 2020 Games in Tokyo, the U.S. is seeing the expected uptick in interest in gymnastics. And from beginner and recreational level to... More>>



Facilities1
Article | September 3, 2019
Playing the Field: Softball's Diamond Destinations   

Returning to the Olympics next year, softball continues its run of popularity. From youth-level rec leagues all the way up to competitive high school... More>>



HurricaneBarry
Article | July 24, 2019
Barry Leaves Behind Flooding, Sewage – and Plenty of Cancelled Sports   

As the first major storm of the hurricane season, Barry made a terrible impression. He barged in uninvited, overstayed his welcome and left a mess... More>>



AlienChase
Article | July 24, 2019
Storming Area 51 Won't Bag Aliens But Sports and Travel Skyrocketed   

Shoving aside the toxic headlines of the week was the refreshingly weird news that more than a million people had pledged to raid Area 51 in Roswell,... More>>



SwimmingPool
Article | July 24, 2019
Could Water Contamination Hurt Summer Sports Events?   

Talk about muddying the waters. This summer has brought a wave of concerns over Cryptosporidium in swimming pools, flesh-eating bacteria in open... More>>



Regional1
Article | June 27, 2019
Warm, Welcoming – and Winning   

With its mild, humid climate and famed welcoming southern hospitality, the Southeastern region is uniquely positioned to host athletes and their... More>>



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