Mid-Atlantic Articles


Erie
Article | October 7, 2021
Heating Up: Erie’s Ice Hockey Action Poised for $5M Impact   

In Erie, Pennsylvania, some hot action is coming, and officials are crediting the ice. Specifically, they’re looking to the five sheets (four of... More>>



CollegeTri
Article | September 24, 2021
Women’s Triathlon is ThisClose to NCAA Championship Status   

The varsity women’s collegiate triathlon series began in early September with high hopes that 2021 might finally be the year that triathlon becomes... More>>



RavensStadium
Article | September 22, 2021
FIFA Begins Visits to Potential 2026 World Cup Host Cities   

It’s not your imagination – you really are seeing more announcements from sports commissions nationwide about their cities’ campaigns to host... More>>



Spikeball
Article | September 10, 2021
Spikeball Contributing to the Sports Tourism Bounceback   

Headlines in SDM’s news seem to have a common theme. Spikeball National Tour Comes to Monroe, Washington. Spikeball Tournament Series to Debut in... More>>



SMALLER
Article | September 4, 2021
Gymnastics Bounces Back   

Gymnastics, a staple of the Summer Olympics, has long been one of the biggest recipients of the boost provided by television coverage of the event.... More>>



Smaller
Article | September 4, 2021
Fluid Dynamics   

Waterfronts across the U.S. are seeing plenty of action ranging from kayaking, rowing and dragon boat racing to waterskiing, triathlon, pro... More>>



Norses
Article | August 27, 2021
Triple Play: Horse Racing’s Triple Crown Venues All Bracing for Renovation   

The signature drinks. The hats. The horses. The apparently overwhelming need for renovation. For likely the first time in history, all three venues... More>>



YouthSports_Smaller
Article | August 24, 2021
Youth Sports Breaking Records as Kids Charge Back Onto Playing Fields   

Here’s some welcome news: Registration numbers for fall youth sports programs are breaking all records. It’s a combination of pent-up demand and... More>>



Etown
Article | June 25, 2021
Fast Break: Lacrosse is on the Attack in the U.S.   

Played by both genders at the youth, high school, college and professional levels, lacrosse is on a growth trajectory. It long ago left behind its... More>>



Rugby
Article | June 17, 2021
What Does the U.S. Stand to Gain by Hosting the Rugby World Cup?   

Rugby has been on the cusp of growth in the U.S., with the NCAA naming it an Emerging Sport for Women. Its popularity has been further spurred by its... More>>



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