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 Playbook — March 2017 issue is now available. It includes tips from the Mentoring Committee, information on the Sports Legacy Fund, NASC Hall of Fame inductees and more.
There's a new drive in the Minnesota Legislature to get answers about what's in the crumb rubber pellets on sports fields and playgrounds and whether they pose any health risks, possibly putting any new facilities on hold until a benchmark study is done.
Whether it's soccer or gymnastics, baseball or basketball, kids around Atlanta spend hours on club sports, trying to become the elite athletes of their age group. But a new Emory University study adds to research showing that some sports programs — which often encourage...
Lee County, Florida's lucrative sport tourism industry does not close when the Boston Red Sox and Minnesota Twins wrap baseball's spring training and head north at the end of this month. Amateur baseball, softball, basketball, soccer and swimming become the mainstays here,...
The dream of Rock Hill, South Carolina, making money off sports tourism began with a park. If all goes as expected, that dream could soon morph into business worth $36 million annually.
Beaches of sand were covered with lawn chairs last September, as spectators from all over the world watched skiers perform across Lake Wazeecha, one of the top tourist attractions in the Wisconsin Rapids area. Laura Nelson, the executive director of the Wisconsin Rapids...
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