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Virginia is quickly becoming a go-to destination for niche sports of all types. Sports such as Quidditch, Spikeball, Disc Golf and…
The International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports Federation (IWAS) has announced its 2023 season will begin with an IWAS Wheelchair Fencing World Cup Jan. 14–17 at the National Conference Center in Leesburg, VA.
The 2024 PDGA Professional Disc Golf World Championships will be located in the City of Lynchburg and Bedford County, Virginia. This will be the first PDGA Professional Disc Golf World Championship held in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
In an effort to meet growing demand for baseball tournaments in the county, Henrico sports tourism officials are marketing a 21-acre site at Glover Park in Glen Allen as the potential location of a new multi-field tournament-level youth and college baseball complex.
A groundbreaking ceremony was held Monday morning at the Moyer Sports complex in Salem. The ceremony represents renovations to the facility to continue to make Salem a sports tourism destination in the Commonwealth and the country.
Henrico County has provided a first look at its approximately $50 million indoor sports and entertainment venue, set to open in September of 2023. The facility, known as the Henrico Sports and Events Center, will be 185,000 square feet once complete, according to county leaders…