GREATER COLUMBUS SPORTS COMMISSION BLOG

MAPFRE Stadium Works Magic Again for USMNT

Michael Bradley stood mid pitch at MAPFRE stadium on Tuesday night, looking equal parts happy and relieved as he spoke to what remained of the red-white-and-blue wearing, chanting and singing crowd of 20,624. “This stadium and these people have bailed us out on a lot of occasions,” said the captain…

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Basketball Takes Over Columbus

Had enough hoops? No matter how much you love basketball, there’s a good chance there was enough end-to-end action on the campuses of Ohio State and Capital University to make you happy – especially if your team won. Central Ohio has been basketball central the past several days, with: The…

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March Madness in Columbus

NCAA DIII Women’s Basketball Semifinals Come see some of the best female basketball players in the country compete in Columbus! Capital University will host the NCAA Division III Women’s Basketball Semifinals at The Capital Center on Saturday, March 19 at 5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. Admission for the two…

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High School and College Basketball Rule March

It was a few minutes before Columbus Africentric and Marion Pleasant took the court for the OHSAA Girls Div. III state basketball championship game at the Schottenstein Center – and there were plenty of butterflies and jangling nerves. The players? Sure, but we’re talking about the parents of the…

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Navigating the 2016 Arnold Sports Festival

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…

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Shootout For Soldiers Returns to Central Ohio

Registration Now Open for 24-Hour Lacrosse Event Benefiting Wounded American Veterans Returning to Thomas Worthington High School on July 16 and 17 Shootout for Soldiers will once again host their 24-hour lacrosse event in Ohio on July 16-17 at Thomas Worthington High school after an incredibly…

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