NCAA Announces Future Championship Sites

The NCAA selected more than 600 host sites for preliminary rounds and finals of predetermined championships in Divisions I, II and III. With more than 3,000 bid submissions from schools, conferences, commissions and cities trying to host the NCAA’s 90 championships, only 613 sites were awarded this round.

Get Ready for the Kentucky Derby

The field is set for the 143rd 2017 Kentucky Derby, also known as ‘The Greatest Two Minutes in Sports’, but since the Derby is May 6, some facts and history will provide the entertainment for now.

NCAA Announces Championship Sites in Iowa

The NCAA announces championship sites for baseball, basketball, volleyball and wrestling.

Youth Sports Safety Ambassador Awards Presented

The National Athletic Trainers’ Association presented its Youth Sports Safety Ambassador Award to two honorees, Larry Roziers and Pop Warner Little Scholars.

80,691 Fans Watch USA Sevens International Rugby Tournament

The 2017 USA Sevens International Rugby Tournament set attendance records of 80,691 during the three-day event at Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas.

The NASC 2017 Member Awards Are Announced

During the Opening Ceremonies of the 25th Annual NASC Symposium, the 2017 Member Awards were announced. Congratulations to the winners!

SportsEvents Gives Back at NASC 2017

SportsEvents Media Group enjoyed sponsoring this year's NASC Sports Legacy Community Service Project where close to a hundred volunteers helped clean up Seymour Park in Sacramento, CA.

Lake George NY Leaders Meet to Discuss Forming Sports Tourism Alliance

A group of local officials, businesses, venue owners and representatives from the Lake George (NY) Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Convention and Visitors’ Bureau are teaming up to discuss establishing a year-round destination for youth sports tournaments and amateur athletic groups.

USA Gymnastics President Resigns

USA Gymnastics President Steve Penny resigned under building pressure after the Indianapolis Star broke an investigative story unveiling sexual abuse allegations and a climate within the organization that was slow to act when notified of allegations of abuse by a team doctor and coaches.

Goodyear Retires Spirit of Innovation

The Goodyear blimp is a familiar site to anyone who’s ever been to a major sporting event or watched televised sports. The company recently retired one of its flying airships, the Spirit of Innovation, to introduce a modern fleet of blimps.

Panama City Beach Requests Statements of Qualification

The Panama City Beach Convention and Visitors Bureau is seeking Request for Statement of Qualifications (RFQ) submissions for the operation, maintenance and marketing of a new publicly-owned tourism sports field and stadium complex with related retail, food and beverage sales.

Pittsburgh Lands Marathon Championships

PITTSBURGH — The USA Track & Field national half-marathon championships in 2018 and 2019 will be run in Pittsburgh.

U.S. vs. Britain in Multiple Sports?

A Ryder-Cup style multi-sport contest between Great Britain and the United States remains a possibility after the British Olympic Association and United States Olympic Committee said they were in 'live' talks, according to a story in the Daily Mail.

Report Studies Sports Venue Energy, Water Performance

HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA — A report released by the National Institute of Building Sciences and the Green Sports Alliance looked at ways the nation’s sports venues can make an impact by reducing their energy and water use and is available to the public.

Nobelsville $15 Million Youth Sports Complex Moves Forward

NOBELSVILLE, IN — The Noblesville City Council approved the final agreement for the Noblesville Fieldhouse, a proposed $15 million youth sports complex.

Atlanta Sports City Impact Study Looks Promising

ATLANTA — A bustling sports complex in Stonecrest will host youth soccer tournaments 40 weeks a year, become the home of two professional soccer teams and create 361 jobs on the site, according to an economic impact study by the University of Georgia’s Carl Vinson Institute of Government. Atlanta Sports City is expected to begin construction this fall on 200 acres next to Stonecrest Mall. It will eventually include a 15,000-seat stadium and 22 fields.

NASC Announces First Hall of Fame Class

CINCINNATI, OH — The National Association of Sports Commissions (NASC) announced its first Hall of Fame class, which will be recognized at the 2017 NASC Sports Event Symposium to be held March 27-30 in Sacramento, CA.

Penn Relays, USATF Extend Partnership

PHILADELPHIA —The Penn Relays and USA Track & Field on announced a partnership through 2020 that continues the collaboration between the world’s oldest and largest relay carnival with the World’s top-ranked Track & Field Team.

VisitDFW Reboots Regional Tourism Effort

DALLAS — Tourism and travel stakeholders in Dallas Fort Worth and the North Texas region launched a new collaborative marketing initiative under the new organizational name VisitDFW – completely rebooting the regional tourism organization formerly called the Dallas Fort Worth Area Tourism Council (DFWATC).

Jackson Hole Sports Facility Moves Forward

JACKSON HOLE, WY — A project that has been in the works since 2014 is on the brink of breaking ground. Blue Collar Restaurant Group owner Joe Rice is backing an estimated $5 million project to build a state-of-the-art indoor sports training facility in the South Park business area off Highway 89.

Willamalane Aquatic Facilities Earn Five Star Award

SPRINGFIELD, OR – Willamalane’s commitment to water safety earned the district national honors in January, when the Starfish Aquatics Institute awarded the district the prestigious Five Star Award.

US Pulls Out of Track Junior Worlds

The United States will not participate in the IAAF World Youth Championships (World U18 Championships), USA Track and Field announced.

USA Swimming, Sigma Gamma Rho Extend Partnership

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO — USA Swimming and Sigma Gamma Rho announced a multi-year extension of their successful partnership to prevent drowning and increase swim participation within the African American community.

Dallas, Detroit and Indianapolis Land Junior Gold Bowling

ARLINGTON, TX – Dallas, Detroit and Indianapolis will be the summer destinations for youth bowlers as International Bowling Campus Youth Development has determined sites for its national youth events for 2018 through 2020.

Visit Florida Faces House Challenges

As Florida Gov. Rick Scott sharpens his criticism of the Legislature over tourism marketing spending and job incentive programs, the Florida House has retaliated by proposing a bill that would completely eliminate whole agencies charged with carrying out Scott's biggest priorities.

Bryan Terminates Land Purchase for Youth Sports Complex

The Bryan city council has changed its mind about a proposed youth sports complex on the westside of town, according to WTAW.

Marriott Prattville Renovations Near Completion

The Marriott Prattville hotel's guest room renovations will be complete by the end of February and the Robert Trent Jones golf courses at Capitol Hill will be in exceptional condition in time for spring, according to the hotel.

Athletes to Get Expedited Access

The U.S. government has told the U.S. Olympic Committee that the travel ban put in place over the weekend shouldn’t impact athletes traveling to the United States for international events.

NASC Names Kidd President and CEO

Alan Kidd, former president of the San Diego Sports Commission, has been appointed the new president and CEO of the National Association of Sports Commissions (NASC).

Waco Considers Venue Tax for $34 Million Events Center Overhaul

WACO, TX — McLennan County voters could decide whether to approve a $34.4 million overhaul — paid for by out-of-towners — of the Extraco Events Center by enacting a venue tax.

Merry Set to Step Down at USRowing

PRINCETON, NJ – USRowing announced that Chief Executive Officer, Glenn Merry will retire from the organization effective April 15, 2017. Merry joined USRowing in 1994 and was named CEO in 2005.

West Michigan Sports Commission Reports Successes

GRAND RAPIDS, MI — The West Michigan Sports Commission was named a finalist in the midsize organization category of the MiBiz Best-Managed Nonprofits Awards.

Florida Sports Brings in $57 Billion

The fiscal year of 2015-16 meant another bustling sports economy year to the Florida Sports economy bringing 16 million visitors, a $57.4 billion economic footprint and 580,000 jobs to the Sunshine State.

Chesterfield Approves $35 Million Complex

CHESTERFIELD, MO — The Chesterfield City Council narrowly approved plans for a massive, $35 million youth sports and education complex, but deferred action on a related property purchase.

Open Water Championships Return to Castiac Lake

SANTA CLARITA, CA — The 2017 USA Swimming Open Water National Championships, which will feature stand-alone Junior National Championships for the first time, are slated for May 19-21 at Castaic Lake.

Ogrean to Retire from USA Hockey

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO — USA Hockey executive director Dave Ogrean announced he will retire August 1 after a combined 18 years as head of the national governing body, a period which saw the organization’s players more than double and the women’s team medal at every Olympic Winter Games.

SportsEvents Executive Editor Will Moderate Media at Oregon Sports Summit

SportsEvents Magazine Executive Editor John Rezell will be Moderator for the media breakout session at the Oregon Sports Summit on February 2.

Wielgus Announces Retirement from USA Swimming

After more than 20 years as executive director of USA Swimming Chuck Wielgus announced his retirement effective Aug. 31, 2017. Wielgus is the longest-tenured chief executive in the U.S. Olympic Movement.

U.S. House Passes Legislation to Protect Athletes and Medical Professionals

The Sports Medicine Licensure Clarity Act was passed in the U.S. House of Representatives. The legislation ultimately ensures that the medical care of athletes is not jeopardized.

121st Boston Marathon on Top Sporting Events List

Massachusetts Office of Travel & Tourism and Massachusetts Sports Marketing Office compiled a list of top sporting events coming in 2017.

Council Approves Noblesville Youth Facility

The Noblesville Common Council approved an agreement to give Klipsch-Card Facilities LLC the go-ahead to build the Noblesville Fieldhouse $15 million youth sports facility.

SportsEvents Announces the 2017 Top Sports Vacation Spots

The votes are in! SportsEvents magazine's readers and Facebook fans have selected their top 7 picks for “Top Sports Vacation Spots.”

Swim Series Set for Para Swimmers

World Para Swimming announced that a new World Series, bringing together some of the world’s biggest and best competitions, will be introduced in 2017.

Buffalo Wild Wings Raises $1.1 Million

Buffalo Wild Wings is donating a total of $1.1 million raised during the month of October through the annual Team Up for Kids fundraiser.

Electric Football

On this particular morn, a Christmas Eve blizzard knocked out the power in the area, thus no lights and no heat. Needless to say, it didn’t matter. We dug into the presents as kids usually do. Then Mom handed me a big flat box. I had no idea what it was, so I ripped it open with a little added energy.

Cedar Rapids Lands NAIA Cross Country Championships

Cedar Rapids and Mount Mercy University are thrilled to be hosting the 2018 and 2020 National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) Men’s & Women’s Cross Country National Championships at Seminole Valley Cross Country Course.

McAllen Set for $9 Million Baseball/Softball Park

The City Commission voted in November to award Hellas Construction, an Austin firm that specializes in building sports complexes, the contract to build a $9 million youth baseball and softball park.

Inspirational Speech From a 4-Year-Old

It is known as one of the greatest pre-game speeches of all-time and ignited the USA to possibly the greatest upset in the history of sports when the young American Olympic Hockey Team knocked off the Soviet Union back in 1980. But, you probably never have heard it like this.

St. Johns Considers Sports Commission

Two board members of the St. Johns County (FL) Tourist Development Council called for the creation of a sports commission that would attract events to the county at its meeting this week.

Indiana Entrepreneur Eyes $15 Million Youth Sports Facility

Entrepreneur Andy Card unveiled plans this week for an approximately $15 million youth sports facility in Noblesville, IN as part of a deal that would include millions of dollars in long-term subsidies from the city.

Milwaukee Lands 2017 USA Gymnastics Championships

USA Gymnastics has awarded the 2017 USA Gymnastics Championships, which showcases more than 1,800 of the country’s best gymnasts in acrobatic gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics, and trampoline and tumbling, to Milwaukee, WI.

Coyotes Plan $400 Million Hockey Arena for Tempe

The Arizona Coyotes unveiled a plan to build a new home in Tempe, with the team proposing to pick up half the cost of a new $400 million hockey arena and taxpayers picking up the balance.

Eugene, Cascades & Coast Sports Commission Announces Inaugural Summit

The Eugene, Cascades & Coast Sports Commission announced its inaugural Oregon Sports Summit will be held on February 2, 2017 at the Valley River Inn.

Publisher of SportsEvents Magazine Elected to Board of Directors for NCYS

J. Talty O’Connor, founder and publisher of SportsEvents Magazine has been named to the Board of Directors for the National Council of Youth Sports.

Busy Summer In Baton Rouge

Before Southern Louisiana made headlines with its flooding issues in August, the area boasted a productive summer season for sports.

Davis City Council Supports Sports Complex Proposal

The Davis, CA City Council voted 5-0 in July to support a proposal for a new, large-scale sports complex that put early planning efforts into motion.

NASC’s Schumacher To Step Down

Don Schumacher announced that he will relinquish the title of executive director of the National Association of Sports Commissions in 2017.

Zenith Youth Football Helmets Recalled

The United States Consumer Product Safety Commission issued a recall on August 17 of youth football helmets produced by Zenith.

Minors Hire First Female Umpire Since 2007

Former USA Baseball National Team player Jen Pawol became the seventh female umpire in the Minor Leagues.

Foster Receives USA Gymnastics Spirit Award

USA Gymnastics awarded Kate Foster the 2016 USA Gymnastics Robert Miller Spirit of the Flame Award.

IOC Recommends Adding Baseball, Softball to Olympics

The IOC Executive Board will support the addition of Baseball and Softball when it comes up for vote at the IOC meeting in Rio de Janeiro.

USA Softball Unveils New Logo

The Amateur Softball Association (ASA) of America/USA Softball renames itself USA Softball

Celebrate National Youth Sports Week July 11-17

Take advantage of National Youth Sports Week July 11-17 to promote youth sports events and organizations

Grades Released On State Of Play For Youth Sports in America

The Aspen Institute Sports & Society Program released an annual snapshot of how well stakeholders are serving children and communities through sports.

Vero Beach Uses Alternative Funding For Recreation

As area governments continued to cut recreation funding, sports groups needed to step up to the plate to keep programs running and fields maintained.

5 Creative Ways For Sports Organizations To Tap Into Community Fundraising

3 Ways Coaches Can Inspire Players

Midland University Adds eSports As Varsity Sport

Cal Ripken Jr. Helps Unveil New Youth Baseball Field

Seattle To Host 2018 Special Olympics USA Games

Youth Football Organization Becomes First In Country To Ban Kickoffs

Kansas City Prefers Youth Sports Plan To Restore Life To Kemper Arena

Bringing Major League Soccer To OKC

Zika Prompts USA Swimming To Skip Puerto Rico

Cedar Point Building Youth-Sports Complex, Hopes To Become Major Player In Sports Tourism

U.S. Soccer Officially Announces Girls Development Academy

Under The Lights Youth Flag Football League To Open Sites Around The Country

Flashy New T-Mobile Arena In Las Vegas Opens Doors

Team USA's Road To Rio Includes 29 U.S. Olympic And Paralympic Trials

USA BMX Relocating To New International Headquarters in Tulsa

Let There Be Roller Derby! Maine Legalizes Sport

International e-Sports Federation Takes Steps For Recognition By The International Olympic Committee

Invictus Games To Be Held At ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex In May

New York Finally Legalizes Mixed Martial Arts, Setting The Stage For Huge Event At Madison Square Garden

National Sports Center Asks State For $8.7 Million To Get Bigger, Better

Survey Shows Youth Football Participation Increased In 2015

Braves, Marlins To Play At Fort Bragg on July 3rd

Visit Anaheim Partner With Amateur Athletic Union

Pro Football Hall of Fame Youth Sports Complex Underway

Rockford Park District Moves Ahead With Sportscore 2 Expansion

Team USA Closes 2016 Winter Youth Olympic Games With 16 Medals

Baseball Legend Pete Rose Begins New Legacy In Houston

Red Bull Global Rallycross to Stage Dallas Event At Fair Park In June

Crowdfunding's Latest Effort: Preventing Youth Sports Injuries

World's Largest Volleyball Event To Remain In Central Florida Through 2020

Pope Francis Plans Sports Conference At Vatican

New Measurements On Youth Running

Wisconsin Association Bans Unsportsmanlike Taunts

USSSA Helps Celebrate Field Of Dreams Complex Opening

AAU Strengthens Current Concussion Policy

Kansas City Mayor Outlines Urban Youth Baseball Academy

LA 1984 Olympics Still Funding Youth Sports: New Grants Given of $771,000

Cal Ripken Jr. Hopes To Promote Baseball To Youth In New MLB Post

The 2015 USA BMX Grand National Sets New Record For Participation

Fifteen-Year-Old Girl Wants To Wear Hijab; USA Boxing Requests Waiver

Cities Invited To Host An Olympic Day 2016 Celebration

Uber Testing New Prepaid Service For Events

New AAU Basketball League Concept Unveiled For Northeast, Atlantic & Southeast Conferences

Waterville Valley Foundation Selected As Community Olympic Development Program

USA Curling Awards 2017 National Championship To Everett, Wash.

Has Stadium Security Changed Forever After Paris Attacks?

Has Stadium Security Changed Forever After Paris Attacks?

Baseball's New Direction: Leaders Make It Easier For More Kids To Play Longer

Softball: A Sport For Any Age

NCAA Awards Initial Beach Volleyball Championships To Gulf Shores, Ala.

S.P.O.R.T.S. 2015 Kicks Off In Shreveport-Bossier City LA

City of Clearwater, Leon County, Win FSF Excellence In Sports Tourism Awards

Lacrosse Scores: New Growth For America's Oldest Game

Event Media Relations: Lessons Learned At Crisis Time

Five Reasons Leadership Is Worth The Effort

5 Tips To Make Your Event A Success

How To Get VIPs To Sign On To Your Event

Four Pressroom Must Haves For Event Media Coverage

Two Major Sports Complexes Planned For Delaware

In the next 18 months, two new sports complexes are set to open in Delaware!

USA BMX Program Reaches 15,000 Kids

USA BMX announced its Science Technology Education and Math (STEM) Program has helped over 15,000 kids nationwide!

USA Synchrony To Join Other NGBs In Colorado Springs

U.S. Synchronized Swimming Inc. (USA Synchro) is relocating from Indianapolis to Colorado Springs.

College Players Can't Unionize But Can Still Win

Huntsville Wins 2016 World Championship Of Bass Fishing

Huntsville, Alabama, will be hosting the Forrest Wood Cup presented by Walmart, the world championship of bass fishing, Aug. 4-7, 2016, on Wheeler Lake.

Synchronized Skating Championships Returning To Hershey Harrisburg, Pa.

After a two-year break, the US Figure Skating Eastern Sectional Synchronized Skating Championships will return to Giant Center in January 2017.

Fat Bike Nationals Coming To Ogden, Utah & Grand Rapids, Mich.

The Fat Bike Nationals, which will be held in Ogden, Utah, in 2016, will move to Grand Rapids for 2017-2018.

USOC Opts Out Of Boston 2024 Bid

The United States Olympic Committee has opted not to bid on the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

Tulsa Hosts U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships

The U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships were held at the Mohawk Sports Complex in July.

USSSA Holds Eastern World Series In Wicomico County

The United States Specialty Sports Association (USSSA) is holding its Eastern World Series in Delmarva (Wicomico County).

Warren County Preps For Youth Baseball Events

More than 250 youth baseball teams from across the nation will visit Warren County this summer.

U.S. Olympic Training Center To Host 3 U.S. Grand Prix Track Cycling Events In July

The U.S. Olympic Training Center will host three U.S. Grand Prix events featuring elite international track cyclists throughout July at the Velodrome in Memorial Park.

Fort Worth CVB, Huddle Up Group Form Strategic Partnership

Fort Worth CVB, Huddle Up Group Form Strategic Partnership

Snohomish County Sports Commission Awarded 2 USTA Events

For the first time, Snohomish County has been selected to host two events by the United States Tennis Association/Pacific Northwest Section (USTA/PNW) as a result of a successful bid by the Snohomish County Sports Commission.

USA Track & Field Regional Junior Olympic Championship

The USA Track & Field (USATF) Region 16 (Florida) Junior Olympic Championship is racing towards Palm Beach County.

Pro Watercross Championships Headed To Naples

The 2015 Pro Watercross Tour World Championships will be held Sept. 19-27 at Sugden Regional Park.

IAAF Council awarded Eugene 2021 IAAF World Championships

The IAAF has awarded its premier competition to Eugene, Ore., bypassing the usual bidding process.

USA Triathlon Offers Grants To Support Triathlon As Emerging Sport

USA Triathlon and USA Triathlon Foundation announced the first eight collegiate institutions that will benefit from the Women's Triathlon Emerging Sport Grant.

2016 Pac Rim Gymnastics Championships

The 2016 Pacific Rim Gymnastics Championships will be hosted in Everett, Washington, in Snohomish County, at XFINITY Arena.

Symetra Tour Adds Massachusetts Event

The Symetra Tour, Road to the LPGA, announced recently the addition of the W.B. Mason Championship at Thorny Lea Golf Club to the 2015 schedule.

Virtual Basketball Camp App

ShotTracker, a wearable technology for basketball, announced its partnership with Golden State Warriors shooting guard Klay Thompson to launch the first virtual basketball camp.

Jugglers Heading to Cedar Rapids in 2017

Cedar Rapids will host the International Jugglers' Association 2017 Juggling Festival.

Pickleball Championships Headed To Naples

The 2016 US Open Pickleball Championships will be held at East Naples Community Park.

Tuscaloosa Tourism & Sports Secures Inaugural Malibu Cup Event

Tuscaloosa Tourism and Sports (TTS) announced the inaugural Malibu Cup international waterski tournament and exhibition event will be held in Tuscaloosa, Ala.

USA Football, FieldTurf Open Application Process For Field-Building Grants Program

USA Football and FieldTurf are accepting applications for their annual Field Building Grants Program.

Bill Seeks To Encourage Disabled To Play Sports

Students with disabilities could gain more avenues to participate in sports if a bill co-sponsored by a Triad legislator is passed.

Major Upgrades Discussed For Charlotte Sports Arenas

Charlotte city council members will discuss the approval of nearly $40 million to upgrade both Bank of America Stadium and Bo jangles Coliseum.

UD Readies For National Collegiate Taekwondo Association Championships

UD Readies For National Collegiate Taekwondo Association Championships

Sports Events Industry Veteran Makes Move To Special Olympics

Sports Events Industry Veteran Makes Move To Special Olympics

National Club Baseball Commits To Martinsville

The NCBA Mid-Atlantic Region Division renews contract to host championship tournaments in Martinsville.

Presque Isle State Park, Erie, Pa., Readies For The Biggest Loser RunWalk

The Erie Sports Commission announced another 'The Biggest Loser' event to be held in Erie, Pa.

Tough Mudder, Mudderella Look To Butler County, Pa.

The Butler County Tourism and Convention Bureau announced that two new events are expected to attract more than 15,000 athletes.

U.S. Soccer Embarks On Major Coach & Player Development Initiatives

U.S. Soccer announced a commitment to develop world-class players and coaches, which focuses on three main areas.

New Website Offers Tips, Resources For Athletes, Parents & Coaches

Website strictly dedicated to providing tools and resources to help develop better athletes and better people.

Iron Distance Triathlon Draws 2,300

On Oct. 25, the seventh annual PPD Beach2Battleship Iron Distance Triathlon brought nearly 2,300 athletes, friends, family and trainers to the area.

Q&A With Brandi Chastain

Soccer phenom discusses why heading in youth soccer should be banned.

Grand Rapids Wins 2017 State Games Of America

State Games of America is expected to have large economic and sports tourism impact.

Port City Mulls New Soccer Fields

New soccer complex proposed to Mobile County Commissioners.

US Youth Soccer Region II Championships Headed To Sioux Falls In 2017

Sioux Falls looking forward to hosting 2017 youth soccer regionals.

Foley Proceeds With Sports Tourism Complex

First phase of sports tourism complex is moving forward.

NBA Player Helps City With New Sports Complex

Petersburg City Council hopes new basketball arena will boost tourism.

Hope Sports Complex Has The Right Stuff

Passion and volunteers fuel Hope Sports Complex and its seven new sports fields.

AAU Names New President

New Sports Complex, Hotel, Conference Center Planned for Edmond

No Big Surprise Parents Fear Sports Injuries For Their Kids. Now, What Do We Do About It?

Expert: Kids Should Play More Than One Sport

Eugene, Oregon Submits Bid For 2019 World Track & Field Championships

Nothing Teaches Leadership Like Football

New $22 Million Fieldhouse For Sports Complex Near Minneapolis

Sports Complex, Hotel Near Bojangles Coliseum On Hold For Now

Short Track Speed Skating Competition Headed to Utah

Indiana To Host Duel In The Pool Showcase Event

Louisville Slugger Sales and Peoria Sports Complex

USA BMX Ranks Chesapeake BMX Among Best In Nation

Registrations Strong For State Games In Lincoln This Summer

Lifeguards To Compete In Flagler Beach

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