The results of the 2013 World Travel Awards held in September have brought forth surprising revelations for the tourism industry, particularly sports tourism. Not only is sports tourism on the rise, but more places are fast cultivating this culture and using major sporting...
The NASC Sports Legacy Committee is pleased to announce the selection of the Running Rebels Community Organization as the 2015 beneficiary of the NASC Sports Legacy Fund. Since 1980, the Running Rebels Community Organization...
On the courts and fields, women college athletes have made great strides. But in the coaching ranks, something drastically different is happening. Female coaches are losing ground. Ironically, the drop started with a law that was supposed to be positive for women, Title...
Baseball used to be the sport where all you needed was a stick and a ball. It used to be a way out for poor kids. Now it's a sport that increasingly freezes out kids whose parents don’t have the income to finance the travel baseball circuit.
Among the more than 100,000 visitors who flocked to the Phoenix area for Super Bowl XLIV were a group of very special guests: about 70 hand-picked high-level executives from around the country. These VIPs were invitees of the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee, and the latest...
Every year around this time, late February and early March, there are many unfamiliar faces around Rochester, Minnesota. They will be filling hotels, restaurants and multiple sports venues around the city. All of these people will help bring about $1.2 million to the...
In about six weeks, the champion of women's basketball will be crowned to culminate the NCAA Women's Final Four at Florida's Amalie Arena. NCAA officials, the Tampa Bay Sports Commission and the host institution University of South Florida are in a full sprint as final preparations...
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