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Article | August 31, 2011
Get Your Kicks in the Southwest   

Is it true that you can get your kicks on Route 66? Apparently so, and Nat King Cole and the creators of "Cars" weren’t the only ones to realize... More>>



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Article | August 31, 2011
Lakes and Rivers   

What do water skiing, wakeboarding, fishing and sailing have in common? Water, preferably not frozen. Watersports can take place on, in or... More>>



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Article | August 31, 2011
Diamond Destinations: Softball   

This summer, softball, recently excluded from the Olympics games, made the first step toward its comeback. In July, the IOC announced its official... More>>



Storm Stories: Making a Comeback
Article | June 24, 2011
Storm Stories: Making a Comeback   

This year, the news has seemed perpetual: violent storms, massive tornadoes, historic flooding. The United States has seen some of the largest and... More>>



The Roots of Roping
Article | June 24, 2011
The Roots of Roping   

A lot of sports are popular in America, but only a handful of those sports have their roots in American soil. Rodeo is one of them. Born on a Western... More>>



College Facilities: Consider Going Back to School
Article | June 24, 2011
College Facilities: Consider Going Back to School   

College sports are huge and so are some of the stadiums and arenas. Sports on college campuses have grown exponentially over the past three decades.... More>>



Dynamic Locations for Post-Sports Activities
Article | April 29, 2011
Communities with More to Offer   

There's more to life than sports. Okay, many will disagree with that statement, but face it, when the games are over, the competitions are decided... More>>



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Article | April 29, 2011
Soccer: The United States of Soccer   

What makes a sensational soccer facility? Ask the experts. One of several soccer sanctioning organizations, the United States Specialty Sports... More>>



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Article | February 28, 2011
America's National Pastime   

In the almost two centuries since America's unofficial national sport was born in Cooperstown, N.Y., the United States of America has undergone... More>>



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Article | December 31, 2010
Small Market Leaders   

Some locations instantly bring to mind a specific sport: The Bronx and Baltimore ring out baseball; Augusta and St. Andrews whisper golf; Flushing... More>>



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