Get a taste of what 2019 will look like for Connect Sports.
Greg Economou, head of sports for Ticketmaster North America, discusses what's ahead for ticketing in the future.
Suzanne Keller, CSEE, director of sports at Visit Mesa, shares lasting lessons from our Women in Sports Tourism Forum.
Presenting our 2018 holiday gift guide for the on-the-go professionals.
NFL Network analyst and hall-of-famer Deion Sanders discusses the ups and downs of his remarkable career on and off the field.
There are no universal rules for rewarding your vendors. Here are some tipping basics for doing it right.
Two-time Olympic champion Michele Smith, keynote at our Women in Sports Tourism Forum, shares how a major accident changed her path.
We caught up with Travel Channel star Andrew Zimmern to ask for his advice on travel and food, and learned how disc golf changed his life forever.
What you don’t know about human trafficking can hurt you.
Robyn Benincasa went from champion adventure racer to record-breaking paddleboat competitor. Now, she inspires others to reach their potential.
Don Dukemineer, chairman of Sports Alabama, takes over as the new face of Foley, Alabama’s sports tourism effort.
Rob Wells, director, of the Savannah Sports Council, makes a big move—for his career and family.
USA Triathlon’s Collegiate Club National Championships in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, highlights how successful teams on and off the course make for a premium
Lake Lanier outside Atlanta hosts about 1,000 rowers for global dragon boat racing competition.
Oakland recently hosted the U.S. Rowing Master National Championships, a prestigious four-day event that attracted many of the country’s top rowers.
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.
Kubb, a game for all ages, is taking hold int he more Scandinavian reaches of the upper Midwest.
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.
You can now add Central Virginia Sports to the long list of reasons to visit the Old Dominion State.