Anecdotal evidence from across California indicates a years-long drought has not dried up sports event planning.
Ole Miss and Mississippi State officials have advocated for a flag change in a state the NCAA continues to boycott for championship events.
The industry veteran gives the male perspective on women's rise in sports tourism.
Historic flooding leads to a change in plans for events ranging from the South Carolina-LSU game to a triathlon.
The economic impact of Virginia’s capital hosting the major cycling event this month has been estimated at $158 million.
South Carolina Sports Alliance members and NCAA officials have discussed bringing events back to the state after a 14-year ban was lifted.
After gaining recognition from the IOC this month, the sport looks to capitalize on its popularity among younger generations.
Tracy Sundlun, SVP of Competitor Group, who went from being a coaching legend to a premier event organizer, discusses the state of the running industry.
Trying to develop a strategy for continued growth, Visit Buffalo Niagara has enlisted TSE Consulting for a fresh perspective.
After a lifetime in sports, Destination DC's sports development manager is back where it all started: the nation's capital—and he couldn't be happier
Most suppliers talk up their market, but few in the industry champion a destination like Oklahoma City's Sue Hollenbeck. She spoke with Connect Sports
Monica Paul has been in the sports travel business for her entire professional life. Her unique perspective of being on both the rights holder and supplier
Headlines have parents scrambling to learn more about the dangers of playing contact sports, but as our knowledge of brain injuries grows, do contact sports
Persistence paid off for Rich Harvest Farms in its bid to win over the NCAA in hopes of hosting the Division 1 National Championships. In the end it took
All around the country people are singing up—and paying registration fees—to run, jump and climb through mud, paint, and everything in between in the
Without volunteers the majority of sports events wouldn't happen. They provide budget-saving resources, but they need to be managed and sourced well, or
Sports Oregon CEO Jim Etzel discusses why left the agency he created and ran for 20-plus years to take the help at the sports events organization.
The Professional Disc Golf Association is seeking proposals to host its 2021 Professional Disc Golf World Championships. RFPs are due Nov. 1.
All attendees at Connect Sports 2019 in Louisville, Kentucky, can attest that this year’s conference was our best. Here are the highlights.
Holly Anderson, a key player in the sports tourism industry for more than a decade, has been promoted to lead Connect Sports.