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US Chess Federation

Columbus to Host US Chess SuperNationaIs IX in 2029

Columbus and the Greater Columbus Convention Center will host the 2029 SuperNationals IX, the United States Chess Federation has announced. The national governing body for chess in the U.S. made the announcement this week. SuperNationals IX is a National Scholastic Event held every four years which combines three spring national tournaments normally held in separate […]

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Linda Logan and Jesse Ghiorzi: Bringing the U.S. Figure Skating Championships to Columbus

The Greater Columbus Sports Commission will host this year’s U.S. Figure Skating National Championships, the first time the event will be in the Ohio destination. Nationwide Arena will host over 400 athletes, coaches, and officials, plus thousands of fans over the seven-day event. The venue is within walking distance of many hotels and restaurants to […]

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Hockey Commissioners Associataion

2024 Ice Breaker Tournaments Heading to Columbus, Las Vegas

The 2024 Ice Breaker Tournaments will be held in Orleans Arena in Las Vegas for the men and at the OhioHealth Ice Haus in downtown Columbus, Ohio, for the women, the Hockey Commissioners Association has announced. The men’s tournament will be October 11-12, 2024, with Minnesota, Air Force, Massachusetts and Omaha competing. The women’s tournament […]

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Columbus to Host 2024 U.S. Figure Skating Championships

U.S. Figure Skating will hold its 2024 national championships at Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio, from January 22-28, the first time the U.S. Figure Skating Championship event will be held in Columbus. “U.S. Figure Skating is thrilled to host this prestigious event for the first time in Columbus,” U.S. Figure Skating Chief Executive Officer Tracy […]

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The 2022 NCAA Women's Championship Game in Minneapolis was played in front of a sellout crowd as South Carolina beat UConn for its second national title. Photo by Matt Traub / SportsTravel

NCAA Announces Sites for Future Women’s Final Fours

Four past hosts and one new location will host the NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Final Four from 2027 through 2031, the NCAA announced on Monday morning. Columbus, Ohio, will host in 2027 followed by Indianapolis in 2028. San Antonio will host in 2029 with first-time host Portland, Oregon, in 2030. Dallas will host in […]

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Ariana Tyler Named Director of Events for Greater Columbus Sports Commission

The Greater Columbus Sports Commission has named Ariana Tyler its director of events. Tyler joined the Sports Commission in 2014 and worked in the event and business development departments. She most recently served as senior business development manager, where she oversaw the sales pipeline, pursued leads, and developed new business opportunities. Tyler will lead the […]

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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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