Georgia


StudentAnglerFederation

Full Schedule Released for 2021 Student Angler Federation

January 11, 2021

The Bass Federation’s Student Angler Federation (SAF) announces the 2021 High School Fishing sanctioned schedule. more >>


NCEC

NCEC Camp Series Coming to 12 Major Cities Across the United States

January 7, 2021

The camp is scheduled to kick off on January 10 with Atlanta being the first stop. Other stops around the country are planned as well. more >>


MLF_Big5

MLF BIG5 Announces Phoenix League Destinations

January 6, 2021

Major League Fishing announced the schedule, rules, payouts and entry dates for the 2021 Phoenix Bass Fishing League presented by T-H Marine. more >>


PBR

PBR Announces 2021 Schedule

January 4, 2021

The PBR announced its 2021 schedule, including 26 stops on the elite Unleash The Beast tour as well as the plan for Global Cup USA 2021. more >>


LemonStreetClassic

Lemon Street Classic Presented by Superior Plumbing Coming This Weekend

December 17, 2020

The Lemon Street Classic Presented by Superior Plumbing will host its inaugural tournament on December 19, 21, and 22. more >>



LakePoint

LakePoint Sports Announces New Corporate Partners

October 12, 2020

LakePoint Sports, the youth sports destination based in Atlanta, announced several new multi-year partnerships with multiple vendors. more >>


Bassmaster

Clear Lake Named Best Bass Fishery Of The Past Decade

August 31, 2020

Since 2012, Bassmaster Magazine has released annual rankings of the country’s best bass fisheries. 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 >>


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Articles

CalHSFB Article | January 15, 2021
Tighter Travel Restrictions Put California Youth Sports in a Holding Pattern

By: Mary Helen Sprecher

The long and winding road of youth sports in California – stretching all the way to Arizona, then Texas and Florida, as event owners scrambled to...   More>>


Article | October 23, 2020
Surprising Choices, Returns to Old Favorites for NCAA Championships

By: Mary Helen Sprecher

One of the most eagerly looked-forward-to site selection announcements of 2020 came down recently, and there’s a lot to be learned from it. With a...   More>>


MAstersSwag Article | August 29, 2020
Masters Merchandizes 2020 Event by Offering Ticket Holders Exclusive Swag

By: Mary Helen Sprecher

Make no mistake: Going to the Masters gives you cred among fellow golf fans. (The fact that you can wear some of the great apparel is another great,...   More>>


Football Article | August 27, 2020
In Pursuit of Scholarships, Families Moving to States Allowing Youth Sports

By: Mary Helen Sprecher

We already know parents will take extra jobs and go into debt in order to pay for kids’ sports – all in the pursuit of an athletic scholarship to...   More>>


NCAA Article | August 25, 2020
If NCAA's Fall Championships Move to Spring, Will Original Host Cities Have Priority?

By: Mary Helen Sprecher

If COVID-19 has been the big monkeywrench in 2020, the NCAA is ready with the WD-40. The organization recently announced that it would work toward...   More>>


Article | August 4, 2020
From XFL to Lingerie, Alternative Football Could Drive Venue Use in Cities

By: Mary Helen Sprecher

The definition of the eternal optimist might be found in the owners of alternate football leagues. Cases in point this week: Mike Ditka and Dwayne...   More>>


Stream Article | July 17, 2020
Parents Pushing for Tournaments with Streaming in Order to Reach Colleges

By: Mary Helen Sprecher

With high school sports shut down and many showcase events cancelled, parents are panicking about their children’s inability to obtain an athletic...   More>>


Article | July 16, 2020
Game On for Youth Sports as Summer Tournaments Begin

By: Michael Popke, Mary Helen Sprecher

The youth sports scene doesn’t just have signs of life, it has some great case studies of success. You just need to know where to look. Across...   More>>


blank Article | July 1, 2020
Cheer in the USA

By: Lauri Harris

The last year has brought a lot of changes to cheer and STUNT – most of them incredibly positive. From great statistics on athlete safety to...   More>>


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>>


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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