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Announcement Regarding Changes to Scheduled Sports Events

March 13, 2020

SDM works to keep its readers updated on events that are postponed or cancelled; however, please reach out to event owners for information. more >>


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A Note from Sports Destination Management to Our Friends in the Industry

March 13, 2020

Due North Publisher Scott Swoger has posted a message for SDM readers and subscribers regarding the reaction to COVID-19. more >>


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USA Triathlon Announces Virtual Duathlon Platform

April 8, 2020

USA Triathlon will host a virtual duathlon from April 10-May 17 to support the multisport community impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. more >>


MLF

Ready, Set, Cast! MLF Airing the Patriot Cup in April and May

April 8, 2020

Major League Fishing (MLF) is helping outdoor enthusiasts get their fix through airing the Patriot Cup throughout April and May. more >>


PPIHC

Pikes Peak International Hill Climb Postponed to August

April 8, 2020

The Pikes Peak International Hill Climb has made the decision to change the date of its race to Sunday, August 30. more >>



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Travel & Tourism Awards Presented in Springfield, Missouri

April 6, 2020

The Convention & Visitors Bureau recently presented its annual Salute to Travel & Tourism Awards in Springfield. more >>


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Ballparks of America Selects Sports Facilities Management (SFM) as Facility Operator

April 6, 2020

Thousands of baseball players and their families will flock to Branson, MO in 2020 to play baseball at the Ballparks of America sports complex. more >>


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Rosen Passes USA Bobsled Skeleton Leadership Torch to McGuire as CEO

April 6, 2020

John Rosen's retirement officially begins as newly hired CEO Aron McGuire takes the reins. more >>


Minneapolis

Tourism and Hospitality Industry Success Highlighted at Meet Minneapolis Annual Meeting

April 6, 2020

Meet Minneapolis noted successes in 2019 and presented an insider’s look at the future of meetings, events and tourism in Minneapolis more >>


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Panama City Beach Sports Complex Announces New General Manager

April 6, 2020

Panama City Beach Sports Complex has hired Jamie Cox as GM. Cox comes from the high-performing Hoover Metropolitan Complex. more >>


Spotlights

blank Case study | March 5, 2020
Sand Mountain Park and Amphitheater Ready to Provide ‘The Whole Experience’   

By: Michael Popke

City officials in Albertville, Alabama, knew a change was needed. That’s why, back in 2012, they began strategizing about ways to replace the... More>>


DSCedarPoint Case study | March 1, 2020
At Cedar Point Sports Center, it’s All About Sports Like No Other   

By: Judy Leand

Over the years, Cedar Point has thrilled visitors as “The Roller Coaster Capital of the World.” And in December 2019, it unveiled an attraction... More>>


TriCities Case study | December 17, 2019
Southeastern Washington State’s Dry Region Providing Year-Round Athletic Opportunities   

By: Michael Popke

There’s a dry desert region in the Pacific Northwest (yes, really). It has plenty of space for water sports, sports fields that stay green... More>>


blank Case study | October 30, 2019
The Future Is Now for Nebraska’s Capital City   

By: Michael Popke

Lincoln has established its reputation as a prime sports destination, boasting great Midwestern hospitality, a small-town feel and excellent sports... More>>


Articles

FIFA Article | March 20, 2015
World Cup Site Up for Grabs, but Balance of Power Has Shifted

By: SDM Staff

FIFA's executive committee announced it will decide the host of the 2026 World Cup -- the next tournament for which the USA is eligible to bid to...   More>>


Article | March 20, 2015
In North America, Darts Climbing in Popularity Among Youth

By: Tracey Schelmetic

As indoor sports go, darts may not cause anyone to break much of a sweat, but it’s activity in which teamwork and competition are paramount.   More>>


Article | March 20, 2015
Hack Golf: The Movement to Make the Game More Relevant

By: Tracey Schelmetic

Observe the activity on the average golf course, and you’ll note that the sport has an image problem among young people: the number of youthful...   More>>


Article | March 18, 2015
March Madness Airline Congestion Means No Air Around Team Travel

By: Mary Helen Sprecher

Forget Cinderellas, seeding and snubs. March Madness is actually what NCAA travel officials are experiencing they try to navigate the mad scramble...   More>>


Article | March 16, 2015
Overuse Injuries on the Rise in Youth Sports

By: Tracey Schelmetic

While adults used to be the big clients of sports medicine professionals, the incidence of children showing up with overuse injuries is on the rise....   More>>



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