New England Articles


WorldCupTrophy
Article | November 29, 2021
FIFA to Name World Cup Cities ... but When?   

Okay, FIFA. You’ve visited the cities, you’ve heard the pitches, you’ve been to the stadiums and in some cases, you’ve even been to games... More>>



FIVB
Article | November 7, 2021
Up for Bid: Beach Volleyball World Championships in 2023, 2025 and 2027   

The beach is calling. Are you ready to answer? The FIVB Beach Volleyball World Championships (2023, 2025, 2027) are up for bid and those interested... More>>



SportsOutlook2
Article | November 1, 2021
Flag Football: The Next Big Growth Sector   

One of the fastest-rising sports of our time is flag football. The NAIA has established it as an Emerging Sport for Women and has partnered with the... More>>



Pickleball
Article | October 20, 2021
Cities Grappling with Tennis vs. Pickleball Conflict   

“We can’t play this game any longer, but can we still be friends?” Todd Rundgren’s 1978 smash single could be the soundtrack of the tensions... 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>>



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>>



Run
Article | June 25, 2021
Run to Daylight   

One of the first events to emerge from the pandemic and provide a very welcome boost to cities, thanks to excellent research by event owners, has... More>>



HSFootball
Article | May 22, 2021
Youth Football Predicted to Retake the Field in Fall 2021   

A few years ago, the biggest worry was a dip in the number of high school boys playing football, a perennially popular sport. Fast-forward to today... More>>



SocialMediaGolf
Article | May 21, 2021
Uproar Over Cancellation of NCAA Golf Regional Leads to a Pop-Up Event   

When NCAA organization cancelled its women's golf regional in Baton Rouge over the course being wet, it led to pushback from both college golfers and... More>>



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