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Keeping You Safe at The Community Cup

Posted on Friday, July 17, 2020

For the past two years, we’ve seen Columbus organizations come together at The Community Cup, presented by The Columbus Foundation, for an afternoon of team building, wellness and camaraderie. Although it’s unsafe for us to gather in large numbers again this summer, we’re feeling more eager than

Temperature checks, strict testing guidelines and limited exposure to the outside world. It may not sound like a normal event, but The Basketball Tournament (TBT) is leading the sports world with a thorough safety plan that brought the national event to Columbus this summer.Virtual Sports Report presented by Marathon Logo

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July Heats Up with Columbus Sports

Posted on Tuesday, June 30, 2020

While summer plans are inevitably different all over the world this year, there’s a sense of normalcy that returns when we think about what’s on the horizon this July. Sports are finally coming back!

The COVID-19 pandemic affected events of every sport, level and size during the past few months in

While you might be mourning the loss of your favorite annual sports event this year, the rise of virtual events is sure to keep you in the game, even from home.

As a premier city for sports events, races and even charitable sports opportunities, Columbus has embraced the chance to go virtual and,

Columbus Athletes Give Back During COVID-19

Posted on Tuesday, May 26, 2020

While the sports world continues to navigate the effects of COVID-19, the most heartwarming sports stories from the pandemic have developed from athletes themselves making a difference in the community.

Columbus is a city that thrives on community support, and Columbus area athletes have fully

While the world eagerly awaits the return of sports, roughly 350,000 high school student-athletes statewide are also feeling sidelined by COVID-19 cancellations.

Jerry Snodgrass, executive director of the Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA), joined the Virtual Sports Report, presented by

While the team is away from the ice during COVID-19, the Columbus Blue Jackets organization, from front office to fourth line, is furthering its focus on community engagement and philanthropy.

Blue Jackets captain Nick Foligno and chief marketing officer Kathryn Dobbs joined the Virtual Sports