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Article | June 30, 2010
Equestrian Sports: Beyond Racing   

For centuries it was considered a sport of kings and nobles. It evolved to include only the privileged, rich and famous. Today, it's a sleeper sport... More>>



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Article | June 30, 2010
Lacrosse - America's New Favorite Sport   

A few decades ago, soccer was taking American towns by storm. The hottest American sport since the seventies, soccer has had an impressive reign,... More>>



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Article | April 30, 2010
America's Finest Facilities   

In recent years, America's communities have made some major investments in their sports facilities, resulting in an impressive array of homes for... More>>



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Article | February 28, 2010
Baseball - Having a Ball   

Baseball and softball: together, they're America's most popular sport. And if the packed fields from spring to fall aren't evidence enough, take a... More>>


Whitepaper | January 20, 2010
College Sports 101: A Primer on Money, Athletics, and Higher Education in the 21st Century   

This report offers an overview of the business and economic landscape of intercollegiate athletics, with a particular focus on the Football Bowl... More>>



Regional Focus: Southeast
Article | June 30, 2009
Southeast Regional Focus   

The southeast is not only known for its role in our nation’s history, but also for some of the most notable rivalries in college sports. The fall... More>>


Article | April 30, 2009
Lumberjack Sports Events   

Paul Bunyan may be the quintessential image of a lumberjack, but today's lumberjacks and "jills" are a unique blend of athlete and crafts person.... More>>



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News | March 18, 2009
Amateur Champions Lee, Saxton Will Meet in Georgia Cup Match at Golf Club of Georgia   

Enjoy the 12th Annual Georgia Cup Match at The Golf Club of Georgia, at 1:05 p.m. on March 31, and plan to stay the week to explore why Alpharetta is... More>>



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Article | February 28, 2009
Finding Facilities that Can Lead to a Homerun Event for Everyone   

Baseball in the U.S. dates back to the mid-1800s. Played by individuals of all ages, gender and skill-levels, baseball is considered an American... More>>



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Article | December 31, 2008
Road & Track Destinations: Managing the Dynamics   

Athletes who will voluntarily run 26.2 miles or race a car at 200 mph around a track or swim, bike and run in excess of one hundred miles in a few... More>>



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