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2023 World Jump Rope Championships Headed to Colorado Springs

Colorado Springs, Colorado, will host the 2023 World Jump Rope Championships in a partnership between the Colorado Springs Sports Corp and International Jump Rope Union, the international federation for the sport of jump. The event will have 3,000 participants from more than 30 countries and will mark the first time the event will be held […]

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New hires at the Colorado Sports Corp include, clockwise from top left: Davis Tutt, Molly Sharples, Travis Stedman and Brock Chartier.

Colorado Springs Sports Corporation Welcomes New Staff

To meet the growing changes in the developing sports industry, the Colorado Springs Sports Corporation has announced the hires of Davis Tutt, Brock Chartier and Travis Stedman to the team while also announcing a new role for Molly Sharples. Tutt joins Sports Corp as the Director of Operations. Prior to Sports Corp, Tutt served as […]

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Megan Leatham Named Colorado Springs Sports Corp President and CEO

Megan Leatham, the executive director of the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, has been named the new president and chief executive officer of the Colorado Springs Sports Corp, the organization’s board of directors announced. Leatham was selected after a national search process for her track record of excellence in leadership, business management and financial acumen. […]

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Tom Osborne Invitational

Colorado Springs to Host Inaugural Ball Hockey Tournament

Skate City Sports will launch the Inaugural Tom Osborne Invitational ball hockey event in Colorado Springs, Colorado, named in honor of the longtime Colorado Springs Sports Corp CEO who recently passed away. The event will be held May 28 – May 30 at the Xfinity Roller Sports Arena in Colorado Springs. Organized by the American […]

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Longtime USOC Spokesman Mike Moran Dies at 78

Mike Moran, who led media relations for the U.S. Olympic Committee from the 1980 Olympic Games to the 2002 Games and later played a key role at the Colorado Springs Sports Corp, has died. He was 78. Moran spent a decade as the sports information director for the University of Colorado from 1968 to 1978 […]

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