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USGA

Golf's US Open Prepares for an Unusual Year

May 22, 2020

Originally scheduled for June 18-21, the tournament has been postponed until Sept. 17-20 at Winged Foot in Mamaroneck, New York. more >>


AtlanticLeague

Atlantic League Announces Intention to Welcome Back Baseball Safely

May 11, 2020

On what was originally scheduled to be Opening Day, the league issued an update regarding the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. more >>


Bassmaster

B.A.S.S. Announces Revised Schedule for Remainder of 2020

May 7, 2020

After the COVID-19 crisis forced the postponement of spring competition, B.A.S.S. officials have announced a new schedule. more >>


NJCAA

NJCAA Awards Championships to Multiple Cities

May 4, 2020

The NJCAA awarded 25 locations the right to host upcoming NJCAA Championships for future years. more >>


PGATourChampions

PGA TOUR Champions Announces Revised Schedule for 2020

April 30, 2020

Because of the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, PGA TOUR Champions announced yesterday additional changes to its 2020 schedule. more >>



Bassmaster

B.A.S.S. Names Top Student Athletes To 2020 Bassmaster High School All-State Fishing Team

April 27, 2020

Outstanding high school anglers from across the country have been named to the 2020 Bassmaster High School All-State Fishing Team. more >>


AlbanyCapCenter

Albany Capital Center Announces Completion of Mezzanine Renovations

February 3, 2020

The Albany Capital Center has announced the completion of property renovations that have been underway over the past few months. more >>


OnCoreGolf

Golf & Entertainment Complex Coming to New York

January 6, 2020

A first-of-its-kind sports entertainment complex including a fully-integrated hotel is coming to Buffalo, New York. more >>


USTA

USTA Donates 12,000 Metal Tops from Tennis Ball Cans to Ronald McDonald House

December 16, 2019

The USTA Employee Green Committee donated 12,000 metal tennis ball can tops to the Ronald McDonald House in Valhalla, N.Y. more >>


SDM_2019

Sports Destination Management Announces the 2019 Champions of Economic Impact in Sports Tourism

November 4, 2019

Sports Destination Management proudly introduces the 2019 Champions of Economic Impact in Sports Tourism. more >>


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Articles

TripleCrownShowdown Article | May 13, 2020
Organizers Scrambling to Avoid a Year Without a Triple Crown

By: Mary Helen Sprecher

With the Kentucky Derby moving to the end of the summer (and increasingly being nicknamed the “Labor Derby"), the question is when or even whether...   More>>


DroneSpray Article | May 13, 2020
Post-COVID Sports: Stadium Disinfecting Drones, Cardboard Spectators

By: Mary Helen Sprecher

What will sports look like in a post-COVID-19 era? While sports are announcing their comeback events, the spectator side is an example of...   More>>


MiLB Article | April 29, 2020
Sources: "Assault on Hometown Baseball" a Done Deal

By: Mary Helen Sprecher

Last year, the country learned of what became known as “the assault on hometown baseball,” or MLB’s proposal to cut 40 teams from the minors....   More>>


OnllineAuditions Article | April 28, 2020
Virtual Tryouts Allowing Teams to Gather Athletes for Next Season

By: Mary Helen Sprecher

Rah-rah for COVID-19? That’s a no-no. But cheer squads in the NFL, whose auditions were halted by the virus, have been instituting virtual tryouts,...   More>>


WorldCup Article | April 28, 2020
Waiting Game: FIFA World Cup Site Decision Another Casualty of COVID-19

By: Mary Helen Sprecher

The FIFA World Cup in 2026 is further out than most sports commissions are looking at the moment, but they will have to wait to find out whether...   More>>


Venues Article | April 7, 2020
Sports Venues Switching Gears from Hospitality to Hospital

By: Mary Helen Sprecher

In the latest paradigm shift for the sports planning industry that has shifted so much lately, venues that normally welcome soccer teams, racehorses...   More>>


ToughMudder Article | January 8, 2020
Tough Times for Tough Mudder Show Dark Future for Obstacle Racing

By: Mary Helen Sprecher

What happens when a giant in the industry falls? It reverberates through those left standing. Tough Mudder might not have hit the ground (yet) but it...   More>>


blank Article | December 20, 2019
Varied Terrain and an Abundance of Sports

By: Cindy Cantrell

From warm and sunny to ice-cold and ready for skiing, the wide range of conditions in the Northeast is conducive to an equally wide range of sports....   More>>


MiLB Article | December 11, 2019
“Assault on Hometown Baseball” Panicking Cities

By: Mary Helen Sprecher

Spring training for baseball starts soon but there may be fewer players at the Minor League level in years to come, thanks (or no thanks) to a...   More>>


ArenaFootball Article | November 13, 2019
Suspension of Arena Football Leaves Six Cities with the Need to Fill Indoor Space

By: Mary Helen Sprecher

Might want to hang a NO VACANCY sign wherever it is people go to talk about creating competitors to the NFL. Six cities that hosted Arena Football...   More>>


Destination Spotlights

Long Island, New York Case study | December 31, 2009
Long Island, New York - Carrying On a Long Sports Tradition   

By: Jennifer Alten

The name "Long Island" refers to the area's geography, obviously, but it also works well to describe its history of sports. While the region might... More>>



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