USA Water Polo
DuPage County (Illinois) will host three national championship water polo events in the next three years.

DuPage County to Host Three Water Polo Championships

USA Water Polo has announced an agreement with the DuPage County (Illinois) Sports Commission that will bring three championship events to the area. The FMC Natatorium at Ty Warner Park will host the 2022 Kap7 Champions Cup, and its return in 2024, as well as a 2024 USA Water Polo Olympic Development Program National Championship. […]

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Oklahoma City to Host International Canoe Federation SUP and Super Cup events

The International Canoe Federation has moved the 2022 Canoe Sprint Super Cup and the 2022 ICF Stand Up Paddling World Cup to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, with the events scheduled for August with the exact dates to be announced later this spring. Both events were previously awarded to Moscow. The move to Oklahoma City and Riversport comes […]

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USA Diving Events Heading to Midland, Texas

USA Diving will hold the 2022 Junior National and Open Championships this summer at COM Aquatics in Midland, Texas. The Junior Nationals will be July 25–August 2 and will serve as the final contest in the 2022 USAD Junior Championship season. Top athletes from this event in the 14-15 and 16-18 age groups will be […]

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Manchester to Host 2023 Para Swimming World Championships

The 11th Para Swimming World Championships will take place in Manchester, England, from July 31–August 6, 2023, at the Manchester Aquatics Centre, World Para Swimming and British Swimming have announced. Home of the British Para Swimming National Performance Centre, the event is being hosted in partnership with UK Sport and Manchester City Council and will […]

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SportsTravel Podcast Greg Cruse

Greg Cruse: Riding Surfing’s Wave of Momentum

Greg Cruse is no stranger to surfing. He’s been participating in the sport since he was middle school-aged and was on one of the original high school surf teams in Huntington Beach, California, that was part of the genesis of the National Scholastic Surfing Association. He later became active in the administration of the sport […]

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Powerboat P1 Appoints Tim Ramsberger As USA CEO

Tim Ramsberger has been named the president and chief executive for Powerboat P1 Management’s U.S. operations as the organization looks to expand its global strategic planning. Ramsberger will have responsibility for all of Powerboat P1 USA’s commercial, race event, marketing, communications and digital activities. Ramsberger will be based in Florida and Powerboat P1 Management Chief […]

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Association of Paddlesurf Professionals Announces 2021 World Tour

The Association of Paddlesurf Professionals will have a modified four-event tour for the 2021 season that extends into early 2022, with the opening event scheduled for November 4—7 at Wrightsville Beach in North Carolina. Organized by the Wrightsville Beach Paddle Club, the Carolina Cup is a four-day festival of events featuring seven races, seminars and […]

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Spire Institute to host USA Artistic Swimming 2022 Junior and Senior National Championships

The USA Artistic Swimming 2022 Junior and Senior Championships, plus the National Team Trials, will be held April 6—10 at the Spire Institute and Academy outside of Cleveland, Ohio. The Spire Institute & Academy is among the largest indoor multi-sport, training, education and competition complexes in North America. It has two Myrtha pools as well […]

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Nippon Budokan
The inside of the Nippon Budokan is shaped like an octagon, adding to its character. The ceiling is a swirl of concrete layers with lighting built into each layer. Photos: Jason Gewirtz

No Fans at 2021 Olympics an Adjustment, But Not an Excuse

The silence can be deafening if you are an athlete competing in the Olympic Summer Games in Tokyo, having waited a lifetime to be able to perform in front of family and friends roaring you on. But some Olympians say that the absence of fans may not be that disconcerting — if only because nobody […]

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Columbus, Georgia, to Host 2022 World Cup and 2023 World Championships in Kayak

Columbus, Georgia, will be hosting many of the world’s best kayakers when the 2022 World Cup and 2023 World Championships come to the destination to compete on the Chattahoochee River between Columbus and Phenix City. The announcement was made by Columbus Mayor Skip Henderson, Phenix City Mayor Eddie Lowe and Uptown Columbus. “I don’t think […]

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