• Know Before You Go: Elevate the Stage 2019

    It is that time of year again! NCAA gymnastics season is well underway, and it is almost time for Elevate the Stage 2019. I could not be more excited! Over the past few months I’ve written about my love for gymnastics and our event’s partnership with the Collegiate Gymnastics Growth Initiative (CGGI) but now I have to tell you all about being on-site at Elevate the Stage. We’re getting closer ...

  • [Noah Arc Blog] More Than Statistics: Minnesota's Mcbrayer Demonstrates Strength On the Court After Personal Loss

    This blog was originally posted on our client Noah Basketball's Arc Blog, which can be read here . The Noah Shooting System measures shots from anywhere on the court, in practice and in games. It gives instant, verbal feedback for shot arc, depth, and left right, allowing players to correct their shot in real-time and build the muscle memory needed for a consistent shot. The Noah Shooting ...

  • Why I Was Waiting For Super 7

    I remember every moment of my Texas high school 6A state semifinal like it was yesterday. I remember the bright lights, the sound of fans cheering as we took the field, their makeshift cardboard signs peppering the stands red and white. I remember exactly how the grass smelled and how the dirt crunched under my cleats. I remember my heart beating in my chest as the announcer read my name ...

  • Collegiate Gymnastics Growth Initiative (CGGI)

    The Women’s Collegiate Gymnastics Association has gathered champion coaches and supporters to create the Collegiate Gymnastics Growth Initiative (CGGI). This initiative aims to educate administrators, donors and alumni of various universities about the importance of sponsoring a new gymnastics program at all three divisions of collegiate sports. The group also works to energize the general public ...

  • Elevate the Stage on U.S. Olympic Committee's Recent Decision

    Elevate the Stage means a lot to me as a gymnast, a working professional and a fan of the sport for many reasons. The event does many things for gymnastics such as:  brings youth and college gymnastics to cities that wouldn’t traditionally host this caliber of competition gives youth competitors experience on a championship-style floor prepares collegiate athletes for their ...

  • Clutch! Expands Beyond Tuscaloosa

    Just two months ago, the Clutch! app - also known as the gameday parking marketplace enabling sports fans to rent privately held spaces - officially launched at Alabama’s home opener against Arkansas State. With a small team of the Clutch! staff and a few campus ambassadors, Clutch! sold 117 spots in its debut, shattering our expectations. Hundreds of spots, three new universities and some ...

  • Rocket City Classic Announces Ticket Sale

    The third annual Rocket City Classic, a neutral-site basketball game, has announced that tickets to this year’s games are on sale as of Sep. 26 at 3 p.m. CDT through Ticketmaster. The event has sold out the previous two years. The Rocket City Classic will be a double header as the  https://uahchargers.com/ plays  https://fvsusports.com/ in game one, and game two will feature the ...

  • Corporate Challenge Cornhole Tournament at Back Forty

    The Chick-fil-A Corporate Challenge is one of everyone’s favorite events of the spring. This year, we want to keep the excitement going year round. Introducing the first Corporate Challenge off-season event: a cornhole tournament at Back Forty Beer Company !  What: Corporate Challenge Cornhole Tournament benefitting Redemptive Cycles Who: This event is open to anyone—no matter if ...

  • Knight Eady's New Venture: Clutch!

    Everyone loves gameday, especially in our state. From tailgates to touchdowns, Saturdays in the fall are some of the best days of the year.  Even so, gamedays do not come without their fair share of frustrations. Whether your team blows a big play, the weather does not cooperate or the traffic makes you late, there are plenty of ways gameday can be frustrating. Wins and losses aside, fans of ...

  • National Gymnastics Day: Share Why You Love Gymnastics

    At age five, I walked into a rec gym for the first time. I’m sure I loved gymnastics then because it meant I got to play on colorful blocks and bounce off the walls without restraint or reprimand. I vividly remember jumping back and skimming my head on the trampoline in each wild attempt of my brand-new back handspring. No spot or wedge mat needed. I would jump back blindly and then look to my ...

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