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Mount Mary University Hosting American Collegiate Athletic Association Women’s Basketball Conference Championship Tournament

February 26, 2020

For the first time, Mount Mary University is hosting the ACAA Women’s Basketball Conference Championship Tournament. more >>


minneapolis

Minneapolis Hosting NCAA Wrestling in Less Than a Month

February 25, 2020

On March 19-21, Minneapolis will host the 2020 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships. more >>


USA_Gymnastics

USA Gymnastics Releases Information on American Cup in Milwaukee

February 25, 2020

The 2020 American Cup is a part of the Olympic qualification process. more >>


VisitWichita

Wheelchair Basketball Championships Coming to Wichita

February 24, 2020

The 2020 NWBA Toyota Adult and Junior Wheelchair Basketball National Championships are being hosted by Visit Wichita. more >>


BryanCollStn

USA Racquetball Bringing National Singles Championship to Bryan College Station

February 24, 2020

USA Racquetball, the sport's NGB, announced that the 2020 National Singles Championships will be held May 27-31 in Bryan College Station. more >>



MB

Myrtle Beach: Not Just a City…It’s a Destination!

February 20, 2020

Successful sports tourism made simple means having excellent venues in a great location and plenty of lodging and dining options in all price points.... more >>


LazyE

Seven Reasons You Should Play in Edmond

February 7, 2020

Edmond invites athletes to utilize state-of-the-art sports facilities and enjoy the city’s charm. With the ability to host all types of sports (on... more >>


Cycling

Lehigh Valley, PA Offers Top Athletic and Entertainment Options

January 22, 2020

From wide open fields to state-of-the-art indoor facilities, Lehigh Valley is the perfect destination for your next event. Located just 60 minutes... more >>


Sports_PNW

Play PNW Sports: Snohomish County, Washington

January 21, 2020

Welcome to PNW Sports! In Snohomish County, Washington, dedication to your successful event is our badge of honor. Located in northwest Washington... more >>


BullheadCity

Bullhead City: The Hotspot for Sports Tourism

November 22, 2019

Boasting an estimated 360 days of sunshine each year, Bullhead City, Arizona, is quickly becoming the nation’s hotspot for sports tourism. more >>



OrlandoNorth

Seminole County Reports Over $43 million in Actualized Economic Impact FY 2018/2019

February 24, 2020

As a result of filling Seminole County’s five major tournament facilities with sports events throughout 2019, sports tourism has been profitable. more >>


SmithRiver

SRSC's Promise to Fill All 52 Weekends in 2020

February 24, 2020

The Smith River Sports Complex is making a promise to fill all 52 weekends of the 2020 calendar year with an organized event or activity. more >>


BallparksOfAmerica

A New Chapter Begins for Ballparks of America

February 13, 2020

In February, Ballparks of America began a new chapter with new owners. Here are all the details. more >>


SlipperyRock

New Owners of Slippery Rock Golf Course Make Their Debut

February 12, 2020

Slippery Rock Golf Club & Events Center, formerly the Oakview Golf Club, is under new ownership and ready to debut new features. more >>


Loudoun

Loudoun County Sports Venue Receives Award

February 10, 2020

One of Loudoun’s premier sports complexes received national recognition from Senior Softball-USA. more >>


Destination Spotlights

Hawaii Convention Center Case study | August 6, 2019
Hawai‘i Convention Center Offers Pacific Paradise for Sports   

By: Michael Popke

Just as appealing as the Hawai‘i Convention Center’s location in a tropical paradise is the fact that events do not have to bring flooring or... 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>>


DSCedarPoint Case study | October 31, 2019
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 will be unveiling an... More>>


White Papers

NewZoo Whitepaper | May 1, 2019
Global eSports Market Report: Trends, Revenues and Audience Toward 2020   

eSports is continuing to accelerate, growing not just in participants but in the economy it has created, including media rights, venues and the... More>>


FIFA Whitepaper | June 1, 2018
Environmental Impact Study on Artificial Football Turf   

FIFA recently performed a study on the environmental impact of recycling synthetic fields. The results of this research are here. More>>


CCSE Whitepaper | April 1, 2018
Studies on Sustainable Development of Ecological Sports Tourism Resources and Its Industry   

Using analysis of ecological sports tourism, researchers examined key resources and proposed a novel model for sustainable development. More>>


GreenSportsAlliance Whitepaper | April 1, 2017
Taking the Field: Advancing Energy and Water Efficiency in Sports Venues   

The document looks at ways U.S. sports venues can make a positive ecological impact by reducing their energy and water use. More>>


Articles

blank Article | November 1, 2019
Swing Shift

By: Judy Leand

The sport that first became the go-to for players of racquet sports who found the smaller court easier on their joints, pickleball is growing a...   More>>


blank Article | November 1, 2019
Back on Serve

By: Judy Leand

Steeped in tradition, tennis has a devoted following, with players at the junior, collegiate, adult and senior level. Cities across the nation are...   More>>


RageRoom Article | October 30, 2019
Flyers Want Fans to Get Their Rage On

By: Michael Popke

Before disgruntled fans start fights in the stands or have the chance to take their bad moods home with them, the NHL’s Philadelphia Flyers are...   More>>


SportsLighting Article | October 30, 2019
Seeing the Light: When Sports Venue Lighting Creates Problems in Neighborhoods

By: Mary Helen Sprecher

Cities want to leverage fields and stadiums to attract sports tourism. But as the arms race to build better facilities and improve current ones heats...   More>>



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