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SportsTravel Podcast: Insights and Expert Analysis

The SportsTravel Podcast focuses on news, insight, trends and more from some of the top event organizers and destination executives throughout the sports-event industry. With nearly 100 episodes over the past three years, the SportsTravel Podcast has become the place to listen to interviews with event organizers of all sizes, destinations ready to host national […]

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USA Hockey
Team USA's Hilary Knight battles with Team Canada's Micah Zandee-Hart in front of the Canadian net during the Rivalry Series on December 15. Photo by USA Hockey

USA Hockey Showcases Women’s National Team in Rivalry Series

As with other women’s sports, USA Hockey has seen an explosion with its women’s national team in recent years. It used to be fans could only see the U.S. women’s team play in exhibitions around the time of the Olympics. Now, that’s all changed with the Rivalry Series. Team USA and Team Canada have had […]

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From left: Benita Fitzgerald Mosley, Linda Logan, Amanda Kraus, Kaleo Maclay and Hilary Knight discussed what Title IX means to them. Photo by Jared Wickerham
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Title IX at 50 and the Continued Push for Equality

From its signing in 1972, Title IX has become the backbone for which women’s sports have climbed from decades of inequity and ignorance to the spot they have today. Particularly for the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic movement, the past decade has seen the biggest names and biggest accomplishments come from the women’s teams. In the […]

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Winter X Chloe on Snow Snowboarding
In this Feb. 13, 2018, file photo, Chloe Kim, of the United States, jumps during the women's halfpipe finals at Phoenix Snow Park at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull, File)

What to Watch for at the Beijing Winter Olympics

Between the controversies surrounding the host to a pandemic still ongoing after two years, there has never been an Olympic Winter and Paralympic Games like this. In the Olympic coverage preceding this year’s Games, very little of it has been focused on the athletes. Even NBC has been downgrading some of its ratings guarantees to […]

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France Alpine Skiing World Cup
Mikaela Shiffrin prepares to start of the women's World Cup giant slalom race in Courchevel, France on December 22, 2021. (AP Photo/Giovanni Maria Pizzato)

USOPC announces 222-member Team for Beijing Olympic Games

The United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee has formally announced the 222-member 2022 U.S. Olympic Team that will compete at the Olympic Winter Games in Beijing ahead of the Opening Ceremony will take place on February 4. Competition begins two days ahead of the Opening Ceremony and finishes on February 20. The 2022 U.S. Olympic […]

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