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NCAA
News | August 26, 2019
NCAA Championship Bid Portal Has Opened   

While information has been available, the bid portal for those interested in hosting events in 86 of the NCAA’s 90 championships is now open. More>>



Bleachers
Article | August 21, 2019
Unsafe Bleachers Creating Problems for Event Owners   

As high schools around the country prepare to kick off a new football season, some school districts are facing challenges posed by unsafe bleachers... More>>



TDBeachtoBeacon
News | August 19, 2019
TD Beach to Beacon Releases Details of Highly Successful Event   

Clear skies and low humidity created favorable running conditions for Maine’s largest road race, which included 6,500+runners. More>>



Orlacle
News | August 9, 2019
Oracle Challenger Series Kicking Off in New Haven, Connecticut   

The Oracle Challenger Series announced that the first event of the 2019-2020 Series will be held in New Haven, CT, from September 2-8, 2019. More>>



RiMA
News | August 2, 2019
New Endurance Race Announced for New England   

Hey, New England! There's a new endurance race in town, spanning three states. More>>



PortlandKidsDu
News | July 25, 2019
Maine Sports Commission Announces Second Annual Portland Kids Duathlon   

The second annual Portland Kids Duathlon will be held on July 28, 2019. More>>



NCAA
News | July 22, 2019
NCAA Releases Details on College Basketball Academy Sites   

Two four-day sessions will occur at each of the four locations. The first session will be July 22-25, and the second will be July 25-28. More>>



BasketballCAmps
News | July 17, 2019
Locations for Youth Basketball Camps Announced   

The NCAA has selected locations and dates for its newly created youth development college basketball camps. More>>



EmptySeats
Article | July 10, 2019
UConn Grads Create Nonprofit Organization to Help Fill Empty Seats   

We all know how demoralizing it can be to see empty seats at sporting events. But three University of Connecticut graduates living in New York City... More>>



BudgetCuts
Article | July 10, 2019
Rhode Island School District Dumps All Sports as Part of Drastic Budget Cuts   

The concept that a school district would be so desperate to make budget cuts as to dump all its sports programs – well, it sounds like a nightmare.... More>>



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