The XFL is biding its time and growing in a unique way amidst the closure of the AAF and two more spring football startups planning to launch in 2020.
The U.S. Polo Association has consolidated three major tournaments and upped the prize pool in an effort to sustain and grow the sport.
In the filings, the league claims assets of $11.3 million and liabilities of $48.3 million. According to the documents, the league has $536,160.68 in cash.
Launching in October, the ISL aims to gain a following with its team-focused format and lineup of swimming stars like Katie Ledecky and Ryan Murphy.
The Chicago Bears want their fans to workout like their players. Well, not actually, but at least in a facility that feels the same.
The idea was among those floated by Commissioner Adam Silver at the league’s annual end-of-season meeting of its Board of Governors.
Major League Rugby Commissioner Dean Howes is optimistic and focused on a long and sustained growth for the second-year league.
American Ninja Warrior has become a mainstream smash hit. But can its training become a successful business model? Ninja Nation believes so.
The Dodgers Foundation have taken their community initiatives to the next level through $1 million investment in Up2Us Sports.
The Dos Equis 3X3U National Championship takes place on Final Four weekend and joins events like the Olympics and BIG3 in growing three-on-three hoops.
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