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Youth and Amateur Sports takes Center Stage at Maryland Tourism & Travel Summit
- 40th Edition of Conference features All-Star Maryland Sports Commission & TEAM Maryland Sport Tourism Panel
Howard County Welcomes Major League Quidditch Championships next week
- Three-Day Event in Elkridge to include battle for coveted “Benepe Cup” and first ever Gender-Diversity Showcase “He missed Hogwarts so much it was like having a constant stomach ache. He missed the castle, with its secret passageways and ghosts, his classes, … and especially, Quidditch, the most popular sport in the wizarding world.” – Harry […]
The Year that Wasn’t: TEAM Maryland partners discuss 2020 and their ‘Hope’ for 2021
- “I am most looking forward to having the Hope of sports and group events in 2021” One year ago this week, representatives from tourism organizations across the state gathered in the mountains of Western Maryland, to celebrate the 39th Annual Maryland Tourism & Travel Summit at Rocky Gap Resort in Allegany County. It was a […]
Our New Normal: How Maryland Sports and TEAM Maryland Partners are Adjusting during COVID-19
- “Big challenges are managing work and the online schooling for my daughter….  Trying to set aside time for both while still being productive and getting everything accomplished.” – Kelly Rados, Worcester County Recreation and Parks Could any of us have imagined, one year ago, that we would be in the position that we are today? […]
Top High School Football Players to Square Off in Maryland Crab Bowl XII
- Annual Showcase of High School Seniors comes to Salisbury this weekend (Salisbury, MD)  —  For high school seniors across the state of Maryland, playing football in December means you’re at the top of your game. Only the best-of-the-best play in December; whether that means battling it out for a state or conference championship or being […]
“Not for the Faint of Heart”: 57th Annual JFK 50 Mile Returns to Washington County November 23rd
- “Kennedy Challenge” Ultramarathon in Western Maryland is “Last of its Kind” Boonsboro, MD  —  In the spring of 1963, President John F. Kennedy put forth a challenge to get America moving again. Kennedy was committed to challenging members of the U.S. Military to keep up with a rigorous skillset put in place at the beginning […]
Baltimore Running Festival: “City Tradition Unlike Any Other”
- Baltimore’s Largest Running Event Has Raised More than $14 Million for charity since 2001 BALTIMORE, MD —  Tens of thousands of people are expected in downtown Baltimore on Saturday for the Baltimore Running Festival. The festival, entering its 19th year, has become part of the sports fabric of the city, woven into Baltimore’s most storied […]
Cambridge set to host IRONMAN Maryland for 6th Consecutive Year
- Dorchester residents, businesses open doors to thousands of visitors next week CAMBRIDGE, MD  — Known for its scenic byways and picturesque shorelines, Dorchester County is a haven for anyone who loves the outdoors. While the area is sought out by vacationers and weekend visitors because of its relaxed and laid back way of life, over […]
Elite Tournaments Labor Day Weekend Tournament Returns to Maryland’s Central and Capital Regions
- OBGC Capital Cup features top competition at premiere facilities, fundraising for Senior Dog Sanctuary in Anne Arundel County COLUMBIA, MD — Labor Day weekend is generally thought of as the unofficial end of summer and the start of a new school year. In Maryland’s Central and Capital regions, the holiday weekend marks the return of […]
Maryland Sports Commission Welcomes Delegation from Tongxiang, China
- Meeting provides opportunity for new partnerships and ideas exchange BALTIMORE, MD — In the first meeting of its kind, the Maryland Sports Commission hosted a delegation of representatives from Tongxiang, China on Friday. Several members of the Tongxiang  government, along with heads of state television and radio stations, arrived in Baltimore as part of an […]

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