SportsTravel is proud to partner with the U.S. Olympic Committee to provide this update on Team USA events taking place this week. Below are upcoming events and information on how to learn more.
 

2018 USA Synchro U.S. Junior & 13‐15
National Championships

Date: April 11–15, 2018

Venue: Westside Aquatic Center, Lewisville, Texas

Event description: The 2018 Junior & 13‐15 U.S. National Championships will showcase the best synchronized swimmers across the country. This is USA Synchro’s second-largest event to which the highest ranked athletes in the U.S. must qualify through a hierarchy of events held in all four zones in order to make it to this level of competition.

Number of athletes/participants: 350‐400 athletes from as many as 175 synchro clubs; 100 coaches/judges

Number of spectators (In venue and online): We anticipate about 1,600 spectators and 12,000 livestream views.

When is the event up for bid again? 2020 ‐ https://go.teamusa.org/2ITm9eU

Link for event informationhttps://go.teamusa.org/2uX8wIY

Streamed/broadcast information: Takeitlive.tv will provide LIVE coverage for anyone wanting to watch and be a part of the event. In addition to tuning in LIVE, On‐Demand video will be made available at the following link: https://go.teamusa.org/2uUo3ZS

 


USA Field Hockey Regional Club Championships,
presented by Harrow Sports

Date: April 14–June 3, 2018

Venue: Various Locations, United States

Event description: The top U‐14, U‐16 and U‐19 Girls teams from the Regional Club Championships, presented by Harrow Sports, will earn a ticket to the 2018 National Club Championship, presented by Harrow Sports. One club team in each division will claim the highly coveted title of National Club Champions.

Number of athletes/participants: Roughly 2,240 athletes (320 athletes per each RCC)

Number of spectators (In venue and online): Roughly 5,000 spectators

When is the event up for bid again? Regional host locations are determined at the beginning of the calendar year.

Link for event informationhttps://go.teamusa.org/2qbwE5H