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.
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.
As the people behind the most exciting events in the country, who would know better where's the best place to stage a basketball tournament?
These eight golf resorts have teed up expanded amenities or renovated courses in an effort to attract more tournaments and industry events.
The preparations for next week's college football title game between Alabama and Georgia are a dry run for the other championships coming soon to Atlanta.
Our most popular online stories in 2017 ran the spectrum from personality profiles to business pieces and Up for Bid posts.
Sarah Kirchberg, senior business development manager at St. Petersburg/Clearwater Sports & Events, shares insights from our Women in Sports Tourism
Greater Des Moines offers sports facilities for all types and sizes of sporting events. Last year we played host to 75 events.
DE Turf Sports Complex, opened in April 2017, is quickly turning Delaware into a premier sports tourism destination for elite events.
New president and CEO Brian McCartin discusses taking over the reins Tempe Tourism Office after a successful run in Portland.
Presenting our 2017 holiday gift guide for the on-the-go professionals who don't have time to research presents for friends, family and peers.
Over the last quarter century, Randy Sparks has turned Team IP into one of the country’s most respected events apparel outfits. Learn more about him
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.
Steve Heitzner, Marriott International’s chief sales and marketing officer for the Americas for the past eight years, led the push to partner with the
Coming off the success of the 2017 NFL Draft, Philadelphia is getting a fresh look as a major sports event destination. We look at what's new.
These are new sports venues and facilities that opened in the past year that you need to know about when planning future events.
SportsCenter Coordinating Producer and Women in Sports Tourism Forum keynote Sandy Nunez discusses being a role model for women and Hispanics.
Are you doing enough communities that host your events? Are you making an impact beyond your bottom line? Having a quality CRS can only help your success.
Detroit Sports Organizing Corp., a group of civic and sports leaders, will be a dedicated resource for Motor City to host major sports events.
Connect Sports was recognized as the 2017 Corporate Diversity Partner winner during the 8th Annual Compete Sports Diversity Awards on Nov. 10.
Tate Stensgaard, sports sales manager at the Sioux Falls (South Dakota) CVB, discusses what sets the destination apart for hosting events.
Beth Porreca, winner of a Connect Sports Tourism Excellence Award, discusses what’s new at USA Football and tackles big issues facing all youth sports.
Micah Rice, former vice president of events at USA Cycling, discusses his move to Haute Route, a European events group moving fast in the U.S.
USA Bobsled and Skeleton competes in the IBSF Bobsled & Skeleton World Cup in Lake Placid this week in Team USA.
Already the home of Westfield Grand Park, Hamilton County is poised to gain two new facilities—plus an IKEA.
Great Columbus Sports Commission Executive Director Linda Logan discusses some of the events and relationships that make the organization a strong force.
More than 200 wheelchair basketball players from across the U.S. are expected to compete in the inaugural NWBA Preseason National Invitation Tournament.
Youth sports and soccer professionals weigh in on how to ensure the U.S. doesn’t miss another World Cup after last week's disappointing loss.
Cycling, synchronized swimming, water skiing, boxing and bobsled/skeleton are all part of the action this week in Team USA.
U.S. Biathlon President and CEO Max Cobb reflects on a lifetime promoting the winter sport at which he “wasn’t any good.”
USA Bobsled and Skeleton continues its National Team Trials and USA Boxing is in Chattanooga this week.
Florida State junior Josh Williamson’s unlikely journey to the USA Bobsled and Skeleton Team Trials included winning a reality TV competition.
In Snohomish county, Washington, Spartan Race presented its Emerald City Open—a major event for the company, destination and participants.
Angela Adams Suggs, president and CEO of Florida Sports Foundation, says her job is to help the state’s sports organizations work together.
USA Bobsled & Skeleton holds its team trials in Lake Placid, NY, and USA Canoe/Kayak crowns a slalom champion this week in Team USA.
Tagmarshal, an innovative system that helps leading golf courses better manage the pace of play, is paying off in more ways than one at elite venues.