July/August 2022 | Sports Destination Management

July/August 2022

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Sports Destination Management Magazine

July/August 2022

If there is anything good to be said about 2020 (and parts of 2021 – although largely, there is very little good to be said), it was that people rediscovered they could head outdoors to get their exercise. We bring this up because sometimes, in the arms race to build better facilities, we lose sight of what’s around us, and what Mother Nature has built. In this issue, you’ll find plenty of focus on those venues: lakes, trails, beaches and more. We hope you’ll take the time to explore those features – as well as the other great articles in this issue.

 

In this issue

Top Contenders

BY: Judy Leand

Combat sports such as boxing, wrestling and martial arts continue to generate excitement among competitors and spectators alike. An increasing number of females are joining the fight, both in participation and interest, which is helping to boost overall visibility and interest in combat sports. Destinations, meanwhile, are entering the arena. more....

  Executive Insights
1
Pro-Am Beach Soccer
  Industry Leadership
1
Made by Mother Nature
  Multi-Sport Multi-Discipline Review
1
Top Contenders
  Sports Facilities
1
Lacrosse is Back on Solid Ground
  Sports Landscape
1
On the Road Again