In four years' time, much changes — especially in the realm of digital and media innovations. And every four years, the Summer Olympics give us a chance to see those innovations in action. In 2012, Facebook had just gained its billionth user, Snapchat had only been...
The NASC announced its first-ever Hall of Fame class, which will be recognized at the 2017 NASC Sports Event Symposium to be held March 27-30 in Sacramento, California. The mission of the NASC Hall of Fame is to promote the professional management of sporting events and...
The excitement of South America’s first Olympic and Paralympic Games was pulsing through the bustling arenas in Rio de Janeiro last August. But almost six months after the closing ceremony of the summer 2016 Olypmpics, many venues are abandoned and desolate.
If you don't think youth sports is big business, you haven't been paying attention to what's going on in Sarpy County, Nebraska. The Volleyball Academy, a $4.2 million facility with eight wood courts, is just one of the many new sports facilities we can expect to see...
Plans for a massive, 200-acre sports complex in one of Georgia's newest cities will be unveiled. The Atlanta Sports Connection (ASC), which will own the complex, said the development, which will sit across from the Mall at Stonecrest, will bring a $200 million economic...
The Olympic Winter Games Pyeongchang 2018 are rapidly approaching, and in search for the most balanced and talented curling team the United States can represent, the University of Nebraska at Omaha's Baxter Arena will host the trials Nov. 11-18. Though many Nebraskans are...
A group is pitching a plan that would attract national sports tournaments and events to Norman, Oklahoma. The city is investing millions of dollars as part of the Norman Forward Plan. The investment would go toward renovating the city's sports facilities, and the group wants...
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