Connect Sports and SportsPittsburgh and proud to announced the 2018 Game Changers—event professionals who continue to drive sports tourism forward.
The Professional Disc Golf Association is seeking proposals to host its 2020 Amateur Disc Golf World Championships. RFPs are due Nov. 1.
The Hershey/Harrisburg Sports and Events Authority is coming on strong in the realm of youth sports.
Vice President for Corporate Development Ani Mehta discusses new innovations and technologies keeping Topgolf at the forefront of sports entertainment.
Mike Higgins, director of championships at NAIA, discusses the state of the small-college athletics organization.
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.
Drone Racing League Director of Operations Ashley Ellefson discusses what’s in store of the league as it goes global in 2019.
Bree Nidds, a varsity sailor at the University of Hawaii, drives to take Virginia’s Blue Ridge to the next level in sports.
Sacramento has come into its own and emerged as one of the Golden State's not-to-miss destinations, especially for events.
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.
More than 600 of the world's top water ski athletes are expected to compete in the GOODE Water Ski National Championships in Wichita, Kansas.
Sebastian Fortier, chief executive officer at OneHockey, is looking to put on the biggest youth hockey tournament ever this winter in Michigan.
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.
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.
The West Michigan Sports Commission has seen incredible growth in the number of events it has hosted during its first decade of existence.