January/February 2023 | Sports Destination Management

January/February 2023

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Sports Destination Management Magazine

January/February 2023

We’re headed into the new year – with all the best intentions. And we can safely say we’re not only back to normal but better than normal. Attendance in events and economic impact are shattering records, travel is back in a big way and hotels are starting to report sellouts for conventions and other events. That’s a great start. If one of your goals was self-improvement, this issue can help you become well-versed on industry issues like insurance, adaptive sports events and more. 2023 is off to a great start. Let’s keep the momentum and enjoy the ride.

In this issue

After Reaching the Olympics, What is Next for Competitive Climbing?

BY: Benjamin Lowe

Sport climbing made its debut at the Tokyo Summer Olympics in 2021. And while it was popular before, being on the world’s biggest stage was an enormous boost. USA Climbing, the national governing body of the sport of competition climbing in the United States, has been tracking the growth, as well as the various trends in the business of climbing. more....