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By Steve Wartenberg | There’s a new event at the world’s largest multi-sport fitness weekend and each and every one of the 185,000 people who attended the Arnold Sports Festival participated – whether they wanted to or not.
This new event is called Navigating the Arnold and it requires a wide range of skills and a love of adventure. For example, you need to know how to make your way through a throng of thousands of people, with your head on a swivel to catch a glimpse of the famous bodybuilders, wrestlers, powerlifters and gymnasts walking by. Quickness is a necessity, as you often need to duck and dart through small openings before the hole closes up – and shoot photos on your smart phone as you make your way from one venue to the next of the famous people you see.
By Steve Wartenberg | Why does Columbus love sports?
Steve Wartenberg | Brutus Buckeye was conceived on the lawn of the Pi Beta Phi house, according to his parents, Sally Lanyon and Ray Bourhis.
“He was an ugly baby, but he grew up to be everything we could have hoped for,” Sally said.
By Steve Wartenberg | It was fitting that the coach of the Undisputed National Champion football team was one of the featured speakers at the Morning Sports Report of the Greater Columbus Sports Commission.
Ohio State’s Urban Meyer joked that he’s watched the celebration video about 67,000 times, but quickly added that “life goes on and its time to move forward and get win No. 1 in 2015.”
RELEASE: Cleveland Browns’ General Manager Ray Farmer and President Alec Scheiner, Indians’ Carlos Baerga Join the 2015 Morning Sports ReportJul 17
Thursday, August 6 | Greater Columbus Convention Center – Grand Ballrooms 1-3 | 7–9:15 a.m.
RELEASE: Columbus Blue Jackets’ Nick Foligno and Crew SC’s Wil Trapp Join the 2015 Morning Sports ReportJul 07
COLUMBUS (July 7, 2015) – Joining Ohio State head football coach Urban Meyer at The Greater Columbus Sports Commission’s The Morning Sports Report, presented by Marathon, will be Columbus Blue Jackets Captain Nick Foligno and the Columbus Crew SC’s Vice Captain Wil Trapp.
The Morning Sports Report will be held on Thursday, August 6, 2015 from 7-9:15 a.m., at the Greater Columbus Convention Center in Grand Ballrooms 1-3. Starting with a VIP reception presen ted by Time Warner Cable Business Class, this annual sports town hall meeting provides fans an inside look at Central Ohio’s sports scene, featuring its teams, notable figures, upcoming events and a Fan Fair full of exhibits by our sports teams and select vendors.
By Steve Wartenberg | It takes a long time for Doug Beal to make his way from one end of the Greater Columbus Convention Center to the other. Plenty of people want to say hello, strategize, plan, pitch, share memories and a few laughs with the CEO of US A Volleyball.
“I’m here to get a feel for the event and try and figure out ways to enhance the experience for the players, coaches, parents, the college coaches here to scout players and all the officials,” said Beal, 67, who has deep central Ohio roots and helped grow the sport he loves locally, nationally and internationally.
By Steve Wartenberg | The Greater Columbus Convention Center was under construction in early 1991, the massive building filled with scaffolding, workers and all their equipment.
If you’re looking to start a career or take your next professional step in sports, the Columbus Blue Jackets invite you to join them for their 10th Annual Career Fair on February 24 at Nationwide Arena where you will have the opportunity to network with hiring personnel from the area’s leading sports teams and local companies! Teams attending include the Columbus Crew SC, Ohio State IMG Athletics, Columbus Clippers, the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide Insurance and more!