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Lucas Oil Stadium will host the 2021 NCAA Final Four. But the city of Indianapolis is negotiation to host the entire tournament. (Photo: Visit Indy)

Cities Adjust as NCAA Calls
For Bubble-Like Basketball Tournament

The news that the NCAA will attempt to host its Division I Men’s Basketball Championship in one city was a tough blow for the 13 destinations that were looking to host opening and regional rounds. But as top collegiate officials continue their negotiations with Indianapolis to potentially host all rounds in a “controlled” bubble-like environment, […]

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Indianapolis Prepares for 2022 CFP Championship

Indianapolis is two years out from hosting the College Football Playoff national championship game, but organizers in the city are preparing for the event, announcing a slate of officers and board members for the host committee and unveiling a logo for the committee itself. The 2022 event will mark the first time the game is […]

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Cincinnati Out, Indianapolis In as NCAA Tournament 2022 Host

The NCAA has taken away NCAA Tournament first- and second-round hosting duties in 2022 from Cincinnati, Ohio, and reassigned those rights to Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, Indiana. The decision was made after arena upgrades for what was to be Cincinnati’s host site, the Heritage Bank Center, fell behind schedule and it appeared that they […]

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International Water Polo Coming to Indianapolis

Indianapolis will host the 2020 FINA Men’s & Women’s International Tournament, a water polo event announced by USA Water Polo and the Indiana Sports Corp. The IU Natatorium on the campus of IUPUI will host the tournament April 28–May 3. “We are excited to collaborate with FINA and Indiana Sports Corp to bring some of […]

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USA Diving to Move to Colorado Springs

USA Diving has announced that it will be move its headquarters from its longtime home in Indianapolis to Colorado Springs, Colorado. The move, expected to take place in the fourth quarter of 2019, is designed to relocate the national governing body closer to the hometown of the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Committee and decrease the […]

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Milking It in Indianapolis

Typically, a car hurtling along the roadway without a driver at 200 miles per hour would be terrifying—a horrendous accident in the making. But what if such a car could help prevent accidents and ensure highway safety for all? That’s what more than 20 researchers from prestigious institutions set out to answer when they gathered at […]

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