5 Benefits of Participating in a Corporate Challenge

Posted on Thursday, February 21, 2019

“There’s just something more special and meaningful when you get to get to compete, I mean really compete, with your co-workers against other workforces,” said Jacob Giffin, the Village of Obetz team captain at the 2018 Community Cup. “You band together in a way you didn’t know you could with people

Women In Sports: Tianna Bartoletta

Posted on Friday, January 18, 2019

With three Olympic gold medals, a handful of World Championships and even a relay world record to her name, Tianna Bartoletta’s professional track and field resume certainly speaks for itself.

But before she became a legend on the world stage, the Elyria, Ohio native was establishing the trajectory

Dear Columbus: We Couldn't Do It Without You

Posted on Tuesday, December 18, 2018

We watched the buzzer beater of a lifetime happen on our courts during the NCAA Women’s Final Four.

We formed alliances outside the office at the first ever Community Cup, presented by The Columbus Foundation.

We rallied for Columbus Crew SC during a debate that ignited the country.

And that’s

Crew SC Legends Come Home to Columbus

Posted on Wednesday, October 31, 2018

What started as a reunion to remember old times quickly turned into a celebration of the future.

The idea for a Columbus Crew SC reunion had humble beginnings in August as a tweet from former player Kyle Martino while questions about the future of Columbus’ MLS team circulated. But as hope and

Columbus Marathon Brings Inspiration at Every Mile

Posted on Friday, October 19, 2018

The course stretches the usual 26.2 miles of any other marathon, but each and every mile of the Columbus Marathon represents something special to runners.

In the 39th year of the marathon and the 13th year of the half-marathon, the Nationwide Children’s Hospital Columbus Marathon & ½ Marathon has

Women’s Final Four Named Sports Event of the Year

Posted on Thursday, October 4, 2018

We all knew it to be true, but now it’s official.

The 2018 NCAA Women’s Final Four in Columbus has been named SportsTravel magazine’s Sports Event of the Year, beating out sports event giants the Super Bowl and the Winter Olympics.

When it comes to measuring the success of the marquee event, the