Sports & The Brain


February Edition Features! 
SportsEvents Magazine 

Life In The Talty Lane: Opinions, Quotes & More From The Publisher:

Change Your State And You Can Walk On Fire  READ MORE
 

Game Plan

Sports Events Risk Management & Insurance

No matter the size of the sports organizations, individuals putting on sports events and other professionals associated with those events need the proper insurance to protect their interests. READ MORE

 

SPECIAL FEATURE

Sports & The Brain: A Positive Impact of Athletics on Kids with ADHD

A staggering 5.9 million children in the United States between the ages of three and 17 have been diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) at some point in their lives, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. A mental disorder that most often occurs in children, ADHD can wreak havoc on a child’s ability to cognitively engage in school and assimilate socially due to difficulties concentrating, paying attention, staying organized and controlling impulses. READ MORE

 

Sport Report

Rugby Rules: One of the Fastest Growing Sports in the Nation

Few people in the world realize that the United States is the reigning Olympic champion in rugby. Indeed, that probably sounds preposterous to many, particularly in Europe, the continental birthplace of the sport and where it first became popular more than 150 years ago. It’s nonetheless true. READ MORE

Ultimate Frisbee: Thriving without Refs

A sport without referees might seem like a recipe for chaos and confusion. But ultimate Frisbee is not only making it work, but thriving in part because of it. READ MORE

 

Site Selection Guides:

Find out what destinations, venues and services these states have to offer sports events planners.

Sports & The Brain


February Edition Features! 
SportsEvents Magazine 

Life In The Talty Lane: Opinions, Quotes & More From The Publisher:

Change Your State And You Can Walk On Fire  READ MORE
 

Game Plan

Sports Events Risk Management & Insurance

No matter the size of the sports organizations, individuals putting on sports events and other professionals associated with those events need the proper insurance to protect their interests. READ MORE

 

SPECIAL FEATURE

Sports & The Brain: A Positive Impact of Athletics on Kids with ADHD

A staggering 5.9 million children in the United States between the ages of three and 17 have been diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) at some point in their lives, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. A mental disorder that most often occurs in children, ADHD can wreak havoc on a child’s ability to cognitively engage in school and assimilate socially due to difficulties concentrating, paying attention, staying organized and controlling impulses. READ MORE

 

Sport Report

Rugby Rules: One of the Fastest Growing Sports in the Nation

Few people in the world realize that the United States is the reigning Olympic champion in rugby. Indeed, that probably sounds preposterous to many, particularly in Europe, the continental birthplace of the sport and where it first became popular more than 150 years ago. It’s nonetheless true. READ MORE

Ultimate Frisbee: Thriving without Refs

A sport without referees might seem like a recipe for chaos and confusion. But ultimate Frisbee is not only making it work, but thriving in part because of it. READ MORE

 

Site Selection Guides:

Find out what destinations, venues and services these states have to offer sports events planners.