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WrestleMania 39 at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles was the highest-grossing event in WWE history at the time, with more than 160,000 fans in attendance. Photo by Justin Shaw/SportsTravel

Wrestlemania, SummerSlam and Royal Rumble Heading to Indianapolis

Lucas Oil Stadium will host the WWE Royal Rumble on February 1, 2025, along with hosting SummerSlam and WrestleMania in future years as part of a new partnership. WWE and Indiana Sports Corp will also work with community partners across the state to create a legacy program. Raw, SmackDown, NXT and WWE Live Events will […]

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Dan Gliot Joins Indiana Sports Corp as Senior Director of Marketing and Communications

Indiana Sports Corp has announced the hiring of Dan Gliot as senior director of marketing and communications. Gliot comes to Indiana Sports Corp after spending the past five years at the Horizon League. Gliot will be responsible for developing, overseeing and executing Indiana Sports Corp communication strategies. Gliot joins the organization as it approaches 2024 […]

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Christian Dempster Joins Indiana Sports Corp

The Indiana Sports Corp has announced that Christian Dempster will join the team as senior vice president of events, leading the events division in high-level strategy and execution. Dempster previously served as an Event Director with IMG, a leading organization in sports, fashion, events, and media who owns and operates hundreds of live events annually. […]

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Indiana Sports Corp Awards Sports Grants; 2024 U.S. Olympic Swim Trials Tickets On Sale

Seventeen youth-serving organizations throughout Indiana that serve a combined 16,000 youths have been selected as Inspiring Sports Grant recipients, awarded annually by Indiana Sports Corp and totaling $82,000 this year. Inspiring Sports Grants support organizations that provide underserved youth with the opportunity to participate in sports, fitness activities and life-skills programming. The grants are funded […]

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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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From left, Tom Shephard, Virginia Sung, Patrick Talty and Chris Turner discuss the possibility of NGBs hosting multi-sport events in 2023.

TEAMS ’22: Organizing The New U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Sport Series

One way that cities can capitalize on hosting events is to host several at once. The concept of an Olympic and Paralympic sport series is one where NGBs can combine resources by hosting several of their championships in one location, adding overall prestige to the events and increasing community interest in a variety of sports. […]

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Julie Roe Lach Elected Chair of the Indiana Sports Corp Board

Horizon League Commissioner Julie Roe Lach has been elected chair of the Indiana Sports Corp Board of Directors, becoming the ninth chair of the board since Indiana Sports Corp’s inception in 1979 and the first woman to serve as chair. Karin Sarratt, OneAmerica executive vice president, was elected as vice chair. After serving three years […]

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Patrick Talty has been elected the new president of Indiana Sports Corp after previously serving as the organization's COO.

Patrick Talty Elected President of Indiana Sports Corp

The Indiana Sports Corp Board of Directors has announced that Patrick Talty will become president of the organization. An established executive leader in the events industry with national and international experience, Talty succeeds Ryan Vaughn. Talty becomes the seventh president of Indiana Sports Corp since its inception in 1979. “On behalf of the Indiana Sports […]

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