California


Troon

Troon Announces Events for Women's Golf Day

June 1, 2020

Troon has announced events on June 1 and June 2 in honor of Women's Golf Day. more >>


NHL

NHL Announces Comeback

May 28, 2020

The NHL announced a 24-team playoff format, beginning in early June. more >>


Bassmaster

B.A.S.S. Announces Revised Tournament Schedule

May 18, 2020

B.A.S.S. unveiled revised event dates for the remaining events on their 2020 tournament schedule. more >>


USA_Swimming

USA Swimming Announces Targeted Event Schedule

May 4, 2020

USA Swimming continues to monitor the changes of this global pandemic, as well as planning for athletes' return to competition. more >>


IRONMAN

Sacramento to Host New IRONMAN Event

April 30, 2020

The IRONMAN Group in conjunction with Visit Sacramento announced today that Sacramento, California will serve as the newest host venue. more >>



USA_Triathlon

USA Triathlon Announces New Elected Officials

January 27, 2020

USA Triathlon announced that private equity specialist Henry J. Brandon III and Monica Paul (Dallas Sports Commission) as new elected directors. more >>


Pepsi

Pepsi Furthers Affiliation with Sports Industry in California

January 20, 2020

Pepsi and Frito-Lay are now the exclusive soft drink and salty snacks partners across SoFi Stadium and Hollywood Park. more >>


Ruby

Rugby World Cup Sevens Generates Positive Impact for San Francisco Bay Area

March 4, 2019

Rugby World Cup Sevens 2018 generated both a positive economic and community impact on the San Francisco Bay Area. more >>


Troon

Troon Announces Expansion, Corporate Move

November 12, 2018

To accommodate regional growth interests and opportunities, Troon® has expanded and opened a corporate office in Irvine, California. more >>


Headsweats

Headsweats Renews Partnership with US Trail Running Conference

June 11, 2018

Headsweats has renewed its partnership with the 2018 US Trail Running Conference as the Official Headwear Supplier for attendees. 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 >>


Articles

Oakland Article | April 18, 2018
Oakland A’s Announce Coliseum Site Takeover from City, County

By: Michael Popke

Efforts to build a baseball stadium in various sites around Oakland have failed. The Oakland A's, however, might make it possible for a new facility...   More>>


BeachSoccer Article | April 4, 2018
Inside Events: Pro-Am Beach Soccer

By: Mary Helen Sprecher

Beach soccer is a sport on the grow and Pro-Am Beach Soccer, with youth and adult tournaments across the U.S. as well as internationally, is on the...   More>>


FIFAWorld Article | April 4, 2018
United Bid Finalizes List of Stadiums but Much Remains to be Decided

By: Mary Helen Sprecher

The United Bid Package is a wrap. Let the waiting game begin. The list of potential U.S. host cities has been presented, but don’t go throwing...   More>>


blank Article | March 29, 2018
Making a Big Splash

By: Michael Popke

Americans hauled a lot of medals out of the pool in the 2016 Summer Olympics, but USA Swimming isn’t sitting around and waiting for the next Games...   More>>


Soccer Article | March 28, 2018
Soccer: Kicking it Up

By: Peter Francesconi

It’s probably safe to say that most kids today won’t get out of elementary or middle school without having played soccer at some point —...   More>>


SeaOtter Article | March 7, 2018
The Sea Otter Classic

By: Mary Helen Sprecher

There’s a lot to be learned from an event that started as a regional mountain bike race and grew into the largest cycling festival in North...   More>>


XGames Article | February 7, 2018
By the Numbers: Winter X Games

By: Michael Popke

The 22nd edition of ESPN’s annual winter action sports competition, X Games Aspen 2018, just wrapped at the end of last month, with athletes...   More>>


blank Article | February 4, 2018
Change of Scenery

By: Mary Helen Sprecher

Moving to a new location can rejuvenate a sports event. After all, it brings in new athletes, new spectators and a change of venue. You get different...   More>>


blank Article | February 1, 2018
When Extreme Meets Mainstream

By: Tracey Schelmetic

Skateboarding and BMX will feature prominently in the next Summer Olympics. For now, here’s your chance to learn about the issues shaping those...   More>>


Santa Barbara Article | January 24, 2018
In Wake of Mudslides and Fire, Cancelled Sports are the Least of Santa Barbara’s Worries

By: Mary Helen Sprecher

When mudslides cancelled the duel in the pool between the University of Southern California-Santa Barbara and the University of Nevada-Las Vegas, it...   More>>


Destination Spotlights

blank Case study | February 28, 2019
Orange County’s Great Park Continues Epic Evolution   

By: Michael Popke

In the early days of 2019, the new Great Park Ice facility opened in Irvine, California, with a series of public skates that provided a preview of... More>>


blank Case study | September 14, 2018
A Winning Game in Southern California   

By: Peter Francesconi

When it comes to finding a destination to host sporting events, Irvine, California, needs to be at the top of the list. At the center of Orange... More>>


blank Case study | March 23, 2018
Irvine Ups its Sports Destination Game   

By: Michael Popke

Dave Lucey repeats himself a lot these days, but he doesn’t mind. “The new Orange County Great Park Sports Complex is 194 acres — more than... More>>



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