March/April 2017 | Sports Destination Management

March/April 2017

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Sports Destination Management Magazine

March/April 2017

The more things change, the more they stay the same? Not in the fast-paced world of sports where even the sports themselves are evolving. Our issue focuses on golf, soccer and aquatics, as well as adventure racing and disc golf – and venues in the mountainous regions of the U.S. There’s great information on setting up medical support for events, on stay-to-play (spoiler alert: it doesn’t work for everyone) and photography of sports events. There’s even an interview with NASC’s new executive director. Spring into a news season of learning now.

In this issue

Planning a Sports Event?

BY: Marc I. Leavey, M.D.

With the vanguard of the Baby Boomers now past 70, this generation, weaned on jogging and then moving through yoga, Pilates and Zumba, continues to be active well into their eighth decade and longer. While their spirits are still young and willing, there are some concessions that must be made to their age and changes in the body that accompany those accumulations of years. more....

  Business Development
1
Pictures: Worth a Thousand Words
  Executive Insights
1
U.S. Adventure Racing Association
  Multi-Sport Multi-Discipline Review
1
The Wetter, The Better
  Regional Focus
1
Head for the Mountains
  Sports Facilities
1
Home Field Advantages
  Sports Landscape
1
Golf Gets Its Groove Back