Georgia


BASS

Georgia BASS Nation Ready to Host Two-Day Classic

July 8, 2020

Georgia BASS Nation expects to host its High School Fishing State Classic on July 10 and 11, starting from Clark’s Hill. more >>


FIFA

FIFA Hosting Virtual 2026 World Cup Candidate City Workshop Today

July 7, 2020

The FIFA World Cup 2026™ Candidate Host City Workshop will be held virtually on July 7 for all 17 U.S. bid cities. more >>


USA_Swimming

USA Swimming Announces Post-COVID-19 Comeback

July 6, 2020

As USA Swimming continues to monitor the changes of this global pandemic, it also plans for athletes' happy return to competition. more >>


USA_CheerSTUNT

USA Cheer Announces College Combine Events

June 11, 2020

USA Cheer has announced its nationwide college combine events, to help student athletes meet coaches with cheer programs. more >>


KornFerryTour

Korn Ferry Tour announces new restart schedule and combined 2020-21 season

May 5, 2020

The Korn Ferry Tour announced additional modifications and details regarding the restart of the 2020 schedule and a fall calendar of events. more >>



Bassmaster

2020 Bassmaster High School All-American Team Welcomes 12 New Members

June 29, 2020

Twelve high school anglers have been selected as members of the exclusive Bassmaster High School All-American Fishing Team. 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 >>


GwinnetCVB

Monte Ortel Announced As Executive Director Of The Gwinnett Sports Commission And The Mitsubishi Electric Classic

December 30, 2019

Monte Ortel, the Gwinnett CVB's new executive director, previously served as the Tournament Director of the Mitsubishi Electric Classic. more >>


Watchfire

University of West Georgia Selects Watchfire For Coliseum Center Hung Display

December 9, 2019

Watchfire Signs was selected by University of West Georgia to manufacture a new four-sided, center hung display and a wall display for The Coliseum. more >>


STMA

Sports Turf Managers Association Announces 2019 ‘Field of the Year’ Winners

December 2, 2019

The STMA announces the 2019 Field of the Year winners, including professional facilities, college and university and schools and parks. more >>


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Articles

blank Article | July 1, 2020
Cheer in the USA

By: Lauri Harris

The last year has brought a lot of changes to the sport as well. And while we weren’t happy about COVID-19 (was anyone?) since it ended...   More>>


ClubTennis Article | July 1, 2020
Can College Club Programs Help Boost the Sports Economy?

By: Mary Helen Sprecher

First came the news that a few colleges here and there were dropping sports programs because of COVID-19-related shortfalls. Then a few became dozens...   More>>


HSSports Article | May 26, 2020
High School Sports Ready to Take the Field…in Stages

By: Mary Helen Sprecher

With many states starting the reopening process, high school sports may be on the way back as well, at least in certain areas. In some cases, that...   More>>


blank Article | May 21, 2020
The State of the Multisport Industry

By: Caryn Maconi

With multiple events and multiple opportunities for involvement, triathlon continues its growth. (It’s even on the roster of Emerging Sports for...   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>>


Bullriding Article | April 27, 2020
Professional Bull Riding Bucking COVID-19's No-Sports Trend

By: Mary Helen Sprecher

March Madness, Major League Baseball and most everything else has fallen silent. But in the face of COVID-19, professional bull riding is thriving....   More>>


KYDerby Article | April 14, 2020
Cancelled or Postponed Events? Market the Merch Anyway

By: Mary Helen Sprecher

Cancelled and postponed events are bad enough but what do you do with boxes of T-shirts, hats and other memorabilia? If you’re smart, you ramp up...   More>>


HSBass Article | March 10, 2020
More States Sanctioning Bass Fishing as a High School Sport

By: Mary Helen Sprecher

Somewhere between Super Tuesday and the COVID lockdowns, something was quietly happening in the Southeast that would be a bellwether for high school...   More>>


SuperBowl Article | February 3, 2020
Super Bowl Saturday? Don’t Mark Your Calendar

By: Mary Helen Sprecher

As much a part of the Super Bowl party experience is the entertainment of its commercials. So what is the takeaway from the pervasive #SuperMonday...   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>>


Destination Spotlights

blank Case study | July 17, 2018
Winning With a ‘Very Valdosta’ Sports Culture   

By: Peter Francesconi

Valdosta, Georgia, is a city that has reinvented itself and these days, as a sought-after haven for individual athletes and sports teams alike, its... More>>


Rome Case study | February 13, 2018
Make Yourself the Home Team in Rome   

By: Sports Destination Management Team

It is often said that even the visiting team feels at home in Rome, Georgia. Renowned Southern hospitality is only exceeded by the quality and... More>>


Lake Lanier, Georgia Case study | March 31, 2012
Lake Lanier, Georgia: Taking Advantage of the Lake Effect   

By: Peter Francesconi

Just 45 minutes north of Atlanta, Lake Lanier and Hall County in Georgia are ready to explode with action. More>>



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