Oregon


ITA

Oracle ITA Summer Circuit Announces Dates, Events

July 8, 2019

The ITA Summer Circuit includes 55 events over six consecutive weekends from late June to the last weekend in July. more >>


USA_Tri

USA Triathlon Announces Full Calendar of Regional Championships for 2019

June 19, 2019

USA Triathlon has announced its full calendar of Regional Championships for 2019, with events for age-group, youth and paratriathletes. more >>


Eugene

Oregon Sports Summit Begins Today

May 17, 2019

The Eugene, Cascades & Coasts Sport Commission is hosting the third session of the Oregon Sports Summit Series today. more >>


Eugene

Eugene to Host SafeSport Seminar

May 16, 2019

The Eugene, Cascades & Coast Sport Commission is hosting the third session of the Oregon Sports Summit Series on May 17, 1 p.m-5 p.m. more >>


USGA

34 Sites to Conduct U.S. Senior Open Qualifying

May 9, 2019

34 sites will be conducting 18-hole sectional qualifying between May 14 and June 10 for the 2019 U.S. Senior Open Championship. more >>


OregonStateHanmadang

Oregon State Hanmadang Returns to Eugene, Oregon

May 3, 2019

The Oregon State Hanmadang is set to return to Eugene, Oregon on May 3-4, 2019. more >>


Eugene

OSAA/OnPoint Community Credit Union Softball State Championships to Have a New Home: Jane Sanders Stadium at the University of Oregon in Eugene

April 24, 2019

There is a a new home for the OSAA / OnPoint Community Credit Union Softball State Championships: Jane Sanders Stadium in Eugene. more >>


USOpen_Golf

USGA Announces U.S. Open Qualifying Sites

April 22, 2019

The USGA has announced its list of local qualifying venues for the 2019 U.S. Open to be played at Pebble Beach (California) Golf Links. more >>



TravelSalem

Travel Salem Launches Sports Commission to Drive More Sports Tourism to the Mid-Willamette Valley

September 10, 2018

Travel Salem is pleased to announce the formation of the Salem Area Sports Commission (SASC). more >>


YouthOnCourse

Youth on Course Announces Four New Partnerships to Expand Junior Golf Access in 22 States

March 26, 2018

Youth on Course has expanded its national affordable golf program to four new associations. more >>


OBSports

Tetherow’s Condon to Receive Environmental Stewardship Honor

October 23, 2017

Tetherow Golf Club's Director of Agronomy Chris Condon will receive the Michael S. Hindahl Environmental Stewardship Award. more >>


ConservationAlliance

The Conservation Alliance Awards Grants To Support Public Lands Rallies

July 17, 2017

The Conservation Alliance awarded five grants to conservation organizations to support “This Land is Our Land” celebrations. more >>


Baden

Baden Extended as the Official Indoor Volleyball of CEVA

January 30, 2017

Baden Sports and the Columbia Empire Volleyball Association announced a multiyear agreement. more >>


USA_Cycling

USA Cycling, OBRA to Recognize Corresponding Categories

October 3, 2016

USA Cycling and the Oregon Bicycle Racing Association (OBRA) announced collaboration to offer category reciprocity between the two organizations. more >>


Eugene

Eugene, Cascades & Coast Welcomes New Team Members

December 28, 2015

Eugene, Cascades & Coast welcomes three new team members. more >>


Klamath

Southern Oregon Tourism Office Launches New Bicycling Website

August 10, 2015

Discover Klamath Visitor and Convention Bureau is pleased to announce the launch of its new cycling website, RideKlamathRide.com. more >>



LER1

Deschutes County Fair and Expo Center

September 26, 2017

Located in beautiful sunny Redmond, Oregon, the Deschutes County Fair and Expo Center is the perfect location for virtually any type of sports event.... more >>


Articles

blank Article | September 25, 2017
Go West for Sports Opportunities

By: Michael Popke

The Southwest and Pacific Coast regions of the U.S. have much to offer, including a pleasant mix of seasons, with opportunities for just about every...   More>>


Plague Article | September 6, 2017
Plague Bacteria Discovered in Arizona Counties. What Health Officials are Saying and How to be Prepared.

By: Mary Helen Sprecher

While a hurricane was washing over portions of Texas, a very different problem was spreading in the desert climate of Arizona. And when folks started...   More>>


2017 Champions of Economic Impact in Sports Tourism Awards Article | September 1, 2017
LAST CALL FOR NOMINATIONS: Champions of Economic Impact in Sports Tourism Awards

By: Sports Destination Management Team

It's time for Sports Destination Management to recognize sports tourism leaders. Help salute events that make sports tourism grow. Our deadline is...   More>>


blank Article | July 23, 2017
Carrying On the Combat Tradition

By: Juli Anne Patty

People have always wanted to compete. In the early days of sport, combat was not just a thrilling competition, but also a necessary survival skill....   More>>


blank Article | May 30, 2017
Meet the Mentors: Who's Who in Sports Tourism

By: Mary Helen Sprecher

Sports tourism has continued to grow exponentially, leading to more events, more athletes and more economic impact. As events proliferate across the...   More>>


blank Article | May 30, 2017
Taking Their Marks

By: Michael Popke

One of the oldest and most respected sports, track & field is the showcase of summer Olympics and the trademark of certain cities. Learn how...   More>>


blank Article | January 30, 2017
Wheels in Motion

By: Michael Popke

Start with two sports that began as countercultural movements (BMX and skateboarding) and add Olympic status. What you get is an evolution of...   More>>


Rodeo Article | November 17, 2016
Saddle Up

By: Michael Popke

The summer Games in Rio showcased equestrian sports, with the FEI’s “two hearts” social media campaign celebrating the relationship between...   More>>


BeachVolleyball Article | November 17, 2016
Playing All the Angles on the Volleyball Court

By: Peter Francesconi

In the wake of the Olympics in Rio, volleyball’s popularity is spiking. It’s a versatile sport, able to play out on the beach, indoors or even on...   More>>


rollerderby Article | October 5, 2016
Women’s Roller Derby International Playoffs Skate Through U.S. Cities

By: Michael Popke

The longtime grassroots sport of women’s roller derby has quietly been building a new generation of fans. Now, it’s gathering even more momentum...   More>>


Destination Spotlights

blank Case study | October 22, 2014
‘Do It All’ in Deschutes, Oregon   

By: Peter Francesconi

Deschutes Fair and Expo Center, with its amenities and capabilities, has planners thinking outside the show ring and past the rodeo image. This... More>>



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