Drone Racing League seeks bids to host events in 2018. RFPs are due June 1.
Madison Area Sports Commission President and CEO Deb Archer and Vice President Jamie Patrick reveal how they won the day with the CrossFit Games.
In honor of Health Through Fitness Day on March 22, Connect Sports looks at which team sports are drawing the most participants.
Panama City Beach has issued a request for statements and qualifications to manage Panama City Beach Sports Fields and Complex. RFQs are due March 29.
USA Diving President and CEO Linda Paul looks back as she prepares to step down at the end of April.
Whether you are into skiing, soccer or skeleton, there are myriad options of premier sporting events to watch courtesy of Team USA.
Dallas Sports Commission Executive Director Monica Paul discusses marketing the Women’s Final Four to maximize exposure and awareness.
One of the most accomplished women golfers of all time, Annika Sorenstam discusses the Golf & Health Project and designing her first U.S. golf course.
Having served for the bulk of the past 15 years at USA Fencing, Christine Strong Simmons oversees nine national tournaments and three international events.
Connect Sports Executive Advisory Board members came away impressed by Puerto Rico during a meeting this month in San Juan.
Arnold Sports Festival returns for its 29th year, bringing 200,000 attendees and 20,000 athletes to Columbus, Ohio. The event runs March 2-5.
Andrea Wilamowski, president of The Biggest Loser Race Series, discusses her plans to expand the string of half-marathon and 5K races held nationwide,
There’s no shortage of sporting events to be excited about in 2017. We cut the list to 17 for you.
Tough Mudder will launch a new series next year, dubbed Toughest Mudder. The regional event will make a stop in Chester Country's Brandywine Valley.
Planners for top LGBTQ sports organizations discuss hot topics within the Austin, Texas, community.
The new North Houston Bike Park helps Houston land another major event.
The 2017 IWF World Championships are headed to Anaheim, California. Penang, Malaysia, was forced to withdraw as host, opening the door for Sports Anaheim.
The National Baseball Congress World Series in Wichita, Kansas, drew more than 55,000 fans, a 25-percent increase from 2015.
The 2016 World YoYo Contest brought 4,000 attendees from 25 different countries to Cleveland this summer.
Incorporating pop culture into events can be an effective way to engage millennials and Gen Z, but it’s not easy. We have five tips to do it right.