Texas


CycloneBallparks

West Texas Community Gathers to Celebrate Cyclone Ballparks Grand Opening

October 14, 2021

The newest destination for elite baseball and softball events in West Texas, Cyclone Ballparks, has officially opened its doors. more >>


SFASFM

City of Bryan, TX Ready to Open New Sports Venue

October 4, 2021

The City of Bryan, TX is establishing its place in the youth and amateur sports marketplace. more >>


Troon

Troon-Affiliated Facilities Raising Awareness And Funds For Breast Cancer Throughout October

October 1, 2021

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month at Troon®-affiliated facilities around the world. more >>


Ripken

Ripken Baseball Announces Expansion in 2022 throughout United States with Ripken Select Tournaments

September 29, 2021

Arizona, Florida, Illinois and Texas are in the rotation for 2022. more >>


HighFive

Kerrville Triathlon Festival is Ready to Run

September 24, 2021

The Kerrville Triathlon Festival is ready to welcome the largest field in its 10-year history for triathlon’s return to the Texas Hill Country. more >>



SFASFM

Following National Talent Search Cyclone Ballparks Announces Hiring of General Manager

September 20, 2021

Cyclone Ballparks in Pecos, Texas has selected Cathy Garcia as General Manager. more >>


SFA

Town of Pecos City Selects Sports Facilities Companies as Operating Partner for Regional Sports Complex

September 13, 2021

Pecos City’s vision of becoming an elite baseball destination will come to fruition as they prepare to open their new facility, Cyclone Ballparks. more >>


PGATOUR

Charles Schwab Extends Title Sponsorship of the Charles Schwab Challenge Through 2026

September 7, 2021

The PGA TOUR and the Charles Schwab Corporation noted an extension of the title sponsorship for the Charles Schwab Challenge. more >>


DestinationElPaso

El Paso Live Awarded GBAC Star Facility Accreditation in Venue Safety

August 2, 2021

El Paso Live, the venue management division under Destination El Paso, has received GBAC Star accreditation. more >>


ActivePure

Dallas’ Fair Park Installs ActivePure Technology For Added Protection

June 28, 2021

Located just two miles from downtown Dallas, Fair Park, a National Historic Landmark, is installing ActivePure Technology in ten buildings. more >>



Smaller

Host in the “Hub City”

May 12, 2021

From start to finish, Lubbock knows how to plan a winning tournament. From welcoming athletes and offering excellent accommodations and restaurants... more >>


Smaller

Round Rock, Texas is Open for Business

May 12, 2021

Round Rock is open for business! We have above and beyond in order to maintain a safe environment for our players and visitors. more >>


Frisco

Frisco, Texas: The City That Plays

May 12, 2021

Now’s your shot! Score big with a sports destination that nets unlimited opportunities to plan, play and stay in Frisco, The City That Plays. more >>


BaseballLittle

You Can Have It All in Plano, Texas

May 12, 2021

With an experienced, award-winning athletics staff, Plano, Texas produces amateur youth sports tournaments at a professional level. more >>


BryanCollStn

Bryan College Station: 5 “Cushy” Digs to Host Your Next Event

July 24, 2019

The Bryan College Station sports crew is ready for YOU! With over 30 multi-purpose fields, an abundance of indoor event space and an award-winning... more >>


Articles

CollegeTri Article | September 24, 2021
Women’s Triathlon is ThisClose to NCAA Championship Status

By: Michael Popke

The varsity women’s collegiate triathlon series began in early September with high hopes that 2021 might finally be the year that triathlon becomes...   More>>


RavensStadium Article | September 22, 2021
FIFA Begins Visits to Potential 2026 World Cup Host Cities

By: Mary Helen Sprecher

It’s not your imagination – you really are seeing more announcements from sports commissions nationwide about their cities’ campaigns to host...   More>>


Rodeo Article | September 9, 2021
Rodeos Becoming the Cash Cow for Local Communities

By: Michael Popke

Who knew rodeo was such a cash cow for communities? (Rodeos, that’s who). As we head into fall (the traditional end of the season for those bull...   More>>


Smaller Article | September 4, 2021
Bringing Cycling to the City

By: Scott Morris

America has a rich history of criterium racing, a unique form of cycling contested in a thriving urban atmosphere. Criterium racing brings a unique...   More>>


Smaller Article | September 4, 2021
Where the Diamonds Shine

By: Peter Francesconi

In 2021, there were nearly 6.5 million regular slowpitch softball players and nearly 2 million fastpitch. And there are indications that the sport...   More>>


Smaller Article | September 4, 2021
Go West!

By: Peter Francesconi

When it comes to attracting sports events, each area of this country has something unique to offer event owners. One thing is for certain, though:...   More>>


blank Article | September 4, 2021
Gymnastics Bounces Back

By: Michael Popke

Gymnastics, a staple of the Summer Olympics, has long been one of the biggest recipients of the boost provided by television coverage of the event....   More>>


Smaller Article | September 4, 2021
Fluid Dynamics

By: Judy Leand

Waterfronts across the U.S. are seeing plenty of action ranging from kayaking, rowing and dragon boat racing to waterskiing, triathlon, pro...   More>>


Louisville Article | August 12, 2021
Corporate Games Bring Field Day Back to Life

By: Mary Helen Sprecher

Remember Field Day in school? It was basically a day-long outdoor recess – with kids engaged in racing, playing and enjoying good-natured...   More>>


AthletesUnlimited Article | July 28, 2021
Athletes Unlimited Applies Fantasy Sports Theory to Create Women’s Teams

By: Mary Helen Sprecher

You say fantasy sports like it’s a bad thing. Athletes Unlimited begs to differ. There are no hard-and-fast teams here, just elite women in their...   More>>


Destination Spotlights

blank Case study | August 31, 2011
A Soul for Sports: Harlingen, Texas   

By: Juli Anne Patty

In 1902, the founder of Harlingen, Texas, Lon C. Hill, purchases the tract where the town is now located: 13,837 acres for $1.50 to $2.50 an... More>>


Harlingen, TX Case study | August 31, 2010
Harlingen, TX: The Sun Shines on Sports Every Day of the Year in Harlingen,Texas   

By: Jennifer Alten

With dozens of top-notch sports venues and the ability to host events year around, it's no wonder that the sporting climate in Harlingen, Texas, is... More>>


Temple, TX Case study | August 31, 2010
Temple, TX: Sports in the Heart of the Lone Star State   

By: Juli Anne Patty

In Temple, "friendly healthy Texas fun" is the name of the game, and this is one town that knows about games. A city of nearly 60,000 located in... More>>



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