Board gives the green light to begin construction on the 13-field facility designed to attract more sports to Panama City Beach, Florida.
U.S. Figure Skating is currently seeking proposals to host its 12 regional and sectional championships in 2020. Bids are due May 1.
A new UMass Lowell-Washington Post survey finds teens and young adults enjoy esports about as much as pro football.
Columbus, Ohio, host the NCAA Women's Final Four in 2018, has introduced many new top-of-the-line sports facilities in recent years.
Losing a leg could have derailed Mike Schultz’s athletic career. Instead, he’s become a champion adaptive snowboarder going for gold at the Paralympics.
What will shape sports tourism as it grows even bigger in 2018? We identify 10 trends to keep an eye on in the world of sports events.
In her first year as President and CEO of Bryan-College Station CVB, Kindra Fry is ready to roll out the maroon carpet to all visitors.
Sometimes referred to as “the Cathedral of College Basketball,” the Palestra has managed to remain relevant while holding on to its history.
We’ve spanned the globe to find some of the most intriguing sports events taking place in 2018—a year featuring both the Olympics and World Cup.
First responders must be ready to climb ladders and run down criminals. Those athletic skills come in handy during the World Police and Fire Games.
More than 200 wheelchair basketball players from across the U.S. are expected to compete in the inaugural NWBA Preseason National Invitation Tournament.
In Snohomish county, Washington, Spartan Race presented its Emerald City Open—a major event for the company, destination and participants.
The upcoming World Rowing Championships are expected to have a $25 million impact on the Sarasota region.
EVP Island Championship came together after a fateful meeting last year at Connect Sports in Grapevine, Texas.
Almost 5,000 athletes are scheduled to compete in September during the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Marc Riker, chief executive officer of the National Senior Games, discusses the unique nature of the event taking place in Birmingham, Alabama, this year.
Scripps National Spelling Bee Program Manager of Events Beth Hecquet says it takes a village to put on the event and that CVBs can be part of the process.
Entertainment districts surrounding sports venues in Houston, Chicago, Atlanta and Detroit are becoming the norm across the country.