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The Second Annual Bay Bridge Paddle Returns to Annapolis
- Do you want to join in or maybe just watch water sports, live entertainment and enjoy warm weather while having a blast with friends and family? Head to the 2nd Annual Bay Bridge Paddle on Saturday, April 29th at the Sandy Point State Park in Annapolis, Maryland. The event runs from approximately 7:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. on Saturday with extended events Friday night for all! [...]
Visit Baltimore Guest Blog!
- Baltimore is a sports town through and through – home to four professional sports teams, one of the leading fitness wear makers in the country, Under Armour, and some of the greatest athletes in the world, like Michael Phelps, Cal Ripken, Jr. and Babe Ruth. So it’s no surprise that some of the biggest sports […]
What’s New and Next in Baltimore | Connect Sports
- We talked to Amy Calvert, senior vice president of convention sales and services at Visit Baltimore, about the latest news in Charm City. Source: What’s New and Next in Baltimore | Connect SportsFiled under: MAASA, Sports, Sports Tourism, TEAM Maryland, Youth & Amateur Sports
Fishing Angling for a Spot in the Olympics | Sports Destination Management
- If this actually takes place, it might be the greatest thing to happen to fishing since the invention of the earthworm. The international governing body for fishing (the Confederation Internationale de la Peche Sportive, or in English, the International Confederation of Sport Fishing) has applied for Olympic status in the 2020 Games in Tokyo. – […]
Variety Is the Spice | NASC
- At the October NASC Market Segment Meetings, a lot of the talk among attendees was focused on keeping kids involved in sports. As we’ve noted, by the time young athletes hit early high school, participation drops dramatically and with an organization like NASC, kids playing sports is vital to keeping the organization, and the industry, […]
Maryland Sports Unveils New Video
- In FY16, Maryland Sports touched 317 events generating $176,641,000 in direct spending. But this is only the beginning and we are working to make the coming years bigger and better than ever. Terry Hasseltine, the Executive Director of Maryland Sports stressed the importance of the video to highlight Maryland as a world-class sports destination.  “The […]
Maryland Sports Aims To Increase State-Hosted Events
- According to its website, the mission for Maryland Sports is to “enhance Maryland’s economy, image and quality of life through the attraction, promotion, retention and development of regional, national and international sporting events.” For Terry Hasseltine, the agency’s executive director, that means casting a wide net. While Hasseltine worked hard to bring the 2014 and […]
Fair Hill International adds new attractions in 28th year | Cecil Whig
- FAIR HILL — Spectacular weather welcomed crowds of visitors to the rolling hills of Fair Hill Natural Resources Management Area on Saturday. They came to watch cross country competition on both three-star and two-star courses as part of the 28th running of an event that features top horses and riders in a variety of competitions […]
2016 Paralympic Sailing: Team USA Starts Strong | Sailing World
- For the US Sailing Team, the Paralympics are off to a strong start. In the 2.4mR, Dee Smith is currently in third overall, with a 7 and 1 on his scorecard. “In the first race, I didn’t get off the line very well, and I got ‘pinged’ a couple times, with too many tacks on […]
16 Sports Tourism Trends for 2016 | Connect Sports
- The growing industry is undergoing some changes. Here’s what to watch for in 2016 according to the pros. Read More Source: 16 Sports Tourism Trends for 2016 | Connect SportsFiled under: Uncategorized

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