Connecticut


Gymnast
Article | January 15, 2022
Up for Bid: USA Gymnastics National Events   

Destinations with indoor facilities have the opportunity to vault into national prominence by hosting one or more of USA Gymnastics’ signature... More>>



Softball
Article | January 14, 2022
Inside Events: Sunflower Summer Collegiate Softball League   

The Sunflower Summer Collegiate Softball League (SSL), a new opportunity for college athletes to hone and showcase their skills, takes the field in... More>>



CTConvCtr
News | January 7, 2022
Smack New England Winterfest Volleyball Tournament Setting Up in Connecticut   

The Smack New England Winterfest Volleyball Tournament will bring more than 5,700 youth athletes to the Connecticut Convention Center. More>>


File | January 5, 2022
2024 Transplant Life Bid Forms   

Transplant Life Bid forms More>>



Regional2
Article | December 19, 2021
Northeast, Naturally   

The Northeast region beckons with picturesque vistas, historic landmarks, indulgent cuisine, nightlife and sports venues to fill the calendars of... More>>



CT
| November 8, 2021
Three Elected to Connecticut's Sports and Tourism Board   

Three residents have been elected to the Board of Directors of the Connecticut Convention & Sports Bureau for its 2021-2022 fiscal year. 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>>


Issue | November 1, 2021
November/December 2021   

What a long, strange trip it’s been. The Grateful Dead used that wording in 1977 and it is just as accurate today. We have been through 2020... 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>>



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