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Utah Return to Sport Role Continues with Major Events

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PREMIER LACROSSE LEAGUE POWERED BY TICKETMASTER ANNOUNCES RIO TINTO STADIUM AS HOST FOR QUARTERFINALS

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PGA Golf Returns to Oakridge Country Club for August Utah Championship

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MONSTER ENERGY SUPERCROSS TICKETS ON SALE FOR FINAL ROUNDS IN SALT LAKE CITY

Tickets are officially on sale for the final two rounds of the 2021 Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, season. Rounds 16 and 17 of the 2021 series will take place on Saturday, April 24 and Saturday, May 1 at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City, Utah.
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Biathlon World Cup to return to Utah in 2024

A biathlon World Cup will take place at Soldier Hollow Nordic Center in Midway in 2024, the Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation announced Wednesday. The venue, created to host biathlon and cross country skiing during the 2002 Olympics, is scheduled to welcome the International Biathlon Union-sanctioned competition on March 4-10, 2024.
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Final beam placed on Rice-Eccles Stadium expansion

The expansion of the Rice-Eccles Stadium at the University of Utah reached a new milestone Wednesday as the $80 million project nears completion. The expansion on the south side of the stadium will allow 5,000 more fans to Ute football games, but it has the potential to do more.
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GOING HYBRID: NORTH AMERICAN OPEN SERIES 1 NATIONAL UNIVERSITY CHAMPIONSHIPS SET FOR MARCH

With the Arnold Sports Festival delaying its March 2021 celebration of strength to later in the year, USA Weightlifting is excited to announce the 2021 Nike North American Open Series East and National University Championships powered by Rogue Fitness will transition to a hybrid event, with an online competition and in-person event happening simultaneously in Salt Lake City, Utah.
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THE HISTORICAL ODDITY OF THE 2020 SUPERCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP

The 2020 Supercross series came to a screeching halt after round 10 at Daytona due to the deadly coronavirsus pandemic. Unfortunately, nobody knew how bad this thing we called COVID-19 really was, and we won’t for years to come. But, we do know that many American families lost loved ones to the virus.
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FIS Continental Cup Comes to Utah

USA Nordic, the national leadership organization for Olympic ski jumping and nordic combined, will play host to an International Ski Federation Nordic Combined Continental Cup event Dec. 11-13 which will be live streamed globally. Athletes from seven nations will take part in the first Winter Olympic level event under COVID-19 protocol in Utah with no spectators permitted.
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Groundbreaking Nitro Rallycross Launches New Era With Global Expansion And Cutting-Edge Electric Series

(Los Angeles, CA – UNDER EMBARGO Until Wed. Dec. 2 at 7am ET/4am PT) - two short years since being created by motorsports icon Travis Pastrana and Nitro Circus, Nitro Rallycross (NRX) and its unparalleled action has attracted the best drivers, teams and manufacturers from around the world. Now the race that competitors hail as motorsport’s innovative future announces its next evolution: a full standalone championship series. Five races, each on purpose-built tracks, will kick things off in 2021 ahead of a full 10-stop integrated global championship across North America, Europe and the Middle East in 2022. Fundamental to the new championship is a revolutionary electric vehicle supercar class which will be introduced in 2022
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2021 XTERRA WORLD TOUR SCHEDULE

The 2021 XTERRA World Championship Qualifying Series schedule features 40 events in 21 countries from February through October, offering adventure and opportunity for athletes looking to challenge themselves and secure a spot on the start line for the 25th annual XTERRA World Championship in Maui on October 31.
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PGA TOUR announces 2021 Korn Ferry Tour schedule

The PGA TOUR announced Tuesday the 2021 portion of the Korn Ferry Tour’s 2020-21 combined schedule, featuring 23 tournaments to be played during the next calendar year, with the season culminating at the Korn Ferry Tour Finals in August. The one-time wraparound season will result in a slate of 46 total events.
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Tony Finau, Mike Weir both off to solid starts at the Masters

Utahns Tony Finau and Mike Weir both had solid opening rounds at the Masters in Augusta, Georgia, on Thursday. For a good portion of Thursday’s round, both players were tied at 2 under par before Finau carded a 3-under 69 and Weir a 1-under 71.
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Monster Energy Supercross 2021 Schedule Announced

Ellenton, Fla., (October 27, 2020) – Feld Entertainment, Inc., today announced the schedule for the upcoming 2021 Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, season. Tickets go on sale in early December as Supercross fans are welcomed back into stadiums at reduced capacities. For the second consecutive year, the season will conclude in Utah, as the “State of Sport” once again hosts the season finale, although this time with fans in attendance.
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2020 Red Bull Rampage Cancelled

While we saw the return of enduro racing at EWS Zermatt last weekend and Crankworx announced that they'll be able to proceed with a made-for-TV format in Innsbruck next month similar to the Crankworx Summer Series, Red Bull Rampage organizers have made the decision to cancel the 2020 event due to the current global health pandemic and the restrictions it has placed on travel to the United States.
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Whipsnakes use big second-half rally to claim Premier Lacrosse title in quarantined tournament

HERRIMAN — With the backdrop of the Oquirrh Mountains on one side, the Wasatch Front on the other, and an empty stadium in between, the Premier Lacrosse League named a champion Sunday morning.
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[Huntsman] Games to Forgo the 2020 Season

After careful analysis we've decided the only possible solution is to pull back. Due to the complexities and safety concerns of COVID-19 we’ve made the difficult decision to forgo the 2020 Huntsman World Senior Games this October.
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How the Premier Lacrosse League Built Its Bubble Tournament

When the coronavirus derailed the PLL’s campaign before it began, a last-ditch idea in a shared Google Doc became the Championship Series. With the fanless bubble tourney now underway in Utah and other leagues reopening across sports, we spoke with those involved about what it took to make the PLL’s second season happen.
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Premier Lacrosse League Announces Viewership Milestones From Opening Weekend of PLL Championship Series

LOS ANGELES, CA. (July 28, 2020) - The Premier Lacrosse League (PLL) announced today numerous viewership milestones from its opening weekend (three games total) of the PLL Championship Series, played on July 25-26 in Salt Lake City, Utah, including the second- and third- most watched outdoor professional lacrosse games in media history and the most-watched PLL game ever on NBCSN.
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USA Skateboarding: Road To Tokyo

July 25—the day skateboarding was set to make its NBC primetime debut on the biggest stage in sport—the Tokyo Olympic Games. But 2020 had other plans. Skateboarding is more than any single competition—it’s our lives and a way to change the world. Skateboarders embody an incredible, unwavering ability to adapt and persevere—it's in our DNA. And this time it’s no different. Join us on the Road to Tokyo, coming to television this Fall.
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‘Extraordinary’ National Women’s Soccer League Challenge Cup concludes coronavirus-free in Utah

SANDY — Just before Rachel Daly and Shea Groom met with the press via Zoom on Sunday after their Houston Dash beat the Chicago Red Stars 2-0 at Rio Tinto Stadium to win the monthlong National Women’s Soccer League’s Challenge Cup, they and teammates shared a brief moment with Utah Royals FC owner Dell Loy Hansen.
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Challenge Cup Triumph: Houston Dash win first NWSL title in team history. What's next for the league?

SANDY — For the first time in NWSL history, the Houston Dash are hoisting a cup with a 2-0 victory over Chicago in the NWSL Challenge Cup championship match Sunday at Rio Tinto Stadium.
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Houston Dash crowned 2020 NWSL Challenge Cup Champions

The Houston Dash defeated the Chicago Red Stars, 2-0, to capture their first trophy in club history and become 2020 NWSL Challenge Cup Champions.
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Chicago Red Stars survive late Sky Blue FC surge, make second consecutive final

The Chicago Red Stars defeated Sky Blue FC, 3-2, to reach the final of the NWSL Challenge Cup.
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Return to Sport Finds a Home in Utah

As sports teams and leagues around the world look for innovative ways to get athletes and events back into action, the state of Utah is proving to be a valuable partner. Since late May, over 100 hours of national television and exposure from pro sports events have come to Utah, with more to come.
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Houston Dash punch ticket to NWSL Challenge Cup Final

The Houston Dash defeated Portland Thorns FC, 10-0, to book their ticket to the NWSL Challenge Cup Final.
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2020 Vans Park Series World Championships Postponed

Due to the significant risks associated with the COVID-19 crisis, we have made the difficult decision to postpone the 2020 Vans Park Series World Championships to next year.
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The Weight of Gold premieres July 29 at 9pm ET on HBO

The HBO Sports film will debut on HBO and on streaming via HBO Max on Wednesday, July 29th at 9:00 p.m. ET, around when the Summer Olympics were scheduled to take place in Tokyo, Japan, this year — prior to the coronavirus pandemic.
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Summerhays reflects on magical week at Utah Championship

After Daniel Summerhays wrapped up a dream week, he saw he had 187 text messages from friends, family, and well-wishers. It was nearly a storybook ending to his career. At the Utah Championship presented by Zions Bank in late June, Summerhays announced the event, played at the course he grew up on, would be his final one as a professional.
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The bracket is set for the semifinals at the 2020 Challenge Cup

The 2020 NWSL Challenge Cup is down to its final four. After a quarterfinal round that featured one big upset and three penalty shootouts, the Portland Thorns, Houston Dash, Sky Blue FC and Chicago Red Stars are the final teams standing in the Utah tournament.
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NWSL takes field first as other pro leagues chart futures

The National Women´s Soccer League opens its Challenge Cup tournament Saturday and the pressure is on as it becomes the first professional team sports league to play in the U.S. amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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Late goal from Casey Short clinches first Challenge Cup win for Red Stars

The Chicago Red Stars defeated the Utah Royals FC by a score of 1-0 in each club’s fourth and final match of the NWSL Challenge Cup Preliminary Round.
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Utah Sports Commission President & CEO Jeff Robbins Interview | 2020 Golf Channel

President & CEO of the Utah Sports Commission, Jeff Robbins caught up with Golf Channel to talk about Utah's rich golf tradition and continuing to bring sport to the state.
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PLL Championship Series TV Schedule

All 20 Premier Lacrosse League 2020 Championship Series games will be presented live across NBC, NBCSN, and NBC Sports Gold.
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Frenzied NWSL Challenge Cup giving many players a chance to perform

HERRIMAN — Like so many things these days, the National Women’s Soccer League’s Challenge Cup being played in Utah has a bunch of weird elements to it. Of particular note is that teams, and especially the coaches of those teams, are having to balance a number of competing interests as it relates to playing time for individuals.
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Portland Thorns, Washington Spirit play to draw as Lindsey Horan scores impressive diving header

The game wrapped up the fifth matchday at the 2020 NWSL Challenge Cup
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URFC Opens NWSL Challenge Cup Venture Tuesday Against Houston

SANDY, Utah (Monday, June 29, 2020) – Utah Royals FC is set to play its first match in the 2020 NWSL Challenge Cup presented by P&G and Secret on Tuesday, June 30 against the Houston Dash. The match will kick off at 10:30a MT at Zions Bank Stadium and will be streamed live on the CBS All-Access Platform and broadcast locally on the radio on ESPN700.
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Winner's Bag: Kyle Jones, Utah Championship presented by Zions Bank

Check out the top-5 shots from the final round of the 2020 Utah Championship presented by Zions Bank, featuring Kyle Jones, Daniel Summerhays, Paul Haley and Will Zalatoris and what was in Jones’ bag this week in the State of Sport.
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Daniel Summerhays nearly had one of the greatest walk-off wins ever

Daniel Summerhays had already made up his mind. He was retiring as a touring pro. The 36-year-old had decided this week’s Utah Championship on the Korn Ferry Tour would be his last.
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Kyle Jones wins Utah Championship presented by Zions Bank

FARMINGTON, Utah – On a day when local legend Daniel Summerhays captured the attention of social media and golf fans around the world, it was Kyle Jones who wound up walking away with the title at the Korn Ferry Tour’s Utah Championship presented by Zions Bank. Jones, a member of the PGA TOUR during the 2018-19 season, birdied the second playoff hole to defeat Summerhays and Paul Haley II en route to earning his first career victory on Tour.
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Tony Finau Message to Daniel Summerhays

Tony Finau sends a retirement message to his friend Daniel Summerhays at his last professional tournament at the Utah Championship.
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NWSL takes field first as other pro leagues chart futures

The National Women’s Soccer League opens its Challenge Cup tournament Saturday and the pressure is on as it becomes the first professional team sports league to play in the U.S. amid the Coronavirus pandemic.
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NWSL takes on pioneer role Saturday as Challenge Cup begins in Utah

The National Women's Soccer League opens its Challenge Cup tournament Saturday, and the pressure is on as it becomes the first professional team sports league in the United States to return to competition during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Jones, Haley II share 54-hole lead at Utah Championship presented by Zions Bank

FARMINGTON, Utah – Paul Haley II and Kyle Jones posted matching third-round 4-under 67s to claim a share of the 54-hole lead at the Utah Championship presented by Zions Bank at 17-under 196. Ryan Ruffels, Dawie van der Walt, T.J. Vogel and Chandler Blanchet each sit one stroke back at 16-under 197 after three rounds at Oakridge Country Club.
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Patrick Fishburn among trio of former BYU golfers in surviving cut at Utah Championship

Fishburn used five front-nine birdies to propel himself to his second-straight 3-under-par 68 Friday and survive the cut tied for 41st at the Utah Championship on the Korn Ferry tour.
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Haley II, Jones share second-round lead at Utah Championship presented by Zions Bank

FARMINGTON, Utah – Spurred by a 9-under 62 on Friday, Georgia Tech alum Paul Haley II climbed from T32 after the first round to take a share of the 36-hole lead and match Kyle Jones at 13-under 129 at Oakridge Country Club. The cut line fell at 5-under as 75 professionals advanced to the weekend at the Utah Championship presented by Zions Bank.
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NWSL Challenge Cup Power Rankings: Why every team in Utah is chasing North Carolina Courage

After months of preparations, NWSL is making its return as the first professional team sports league to play in the United States. You can catch all of the action this Saturday on CBS and CBS All Access...
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Supercross: Thank You Fans

Supercross riders say thank you to the fans
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'Pure gratitude' as Daniel Summerhays, family share Utah Championship opening round together

FARMINGTON — With his dad, Boyd, on his bag, uncle Daniel teeing off across from him on every hole, and uncle David as another caddie, Thursday’s round of golf could have felt like a family reunion for Preston Summerhays.
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Jaeger, Hall share first-round lead at Utah Championship presented by Zions Bank

FARMINGTON, Utah – Through 18 holes of play in the Korn Ferry Tour’s Utah Championship presented by Zions Bank, England’s Harry Hall and Germany’s Stephan Jaeger sit tied atop the leaderboard after matching rounds of 8-under 63 on a day where 94 players in the 156-player field broke 70.
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Utah Sports Commission CEO Jeff Robbins on Talkin' Sports

Utah Sports Commission President & CEO, Jeff Robbins joined Talkin' Sports to talk how Utah is becoming a global leader in sport during this difficult time for everyone.
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Utah Uses Pandemic ‘Bubble’ As A Way To Claim Starring Role In U.S. Sports

When AMA Supercross suspended its season in March, Dave Prater, who serves as director of operations for league owner Feld Entertainment, was in Indianapolis preparing for round 11 of the motorcycle series’ 17-round season.
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Inside the Field: Utah Championship presented by Zions Bank

Utah native Patrick Fishburn returns to his home state at No. 44 on the Korn Ferry Tour Points List. See full field list.
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Monday qualifiers: Utah Championship presented by Zions Bank

Hayden Buckley led the way at open qualifying for this week's Utah Championship presented by Zions Bank, scorching TalonsCove GC in Saratoga Springs, Utah, to the tune of 10-under 62, securing a tee time Thursday at Oakridge CC in the Salt Lake City metroplex.
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Power Rankings: Utah Championship presented by Zions Bank

After back-to-back events in Northeast Florida in the Return to Golf, the Korn Ferry Tour heads west for the Utah Championship presented by Zions Bank, contested at Oakridge CC in Farmington, Utah, just outside Salt Lake City. This year marks the 29th iteration of the Utah Championship, which was first held in 1990 but took a two-year hiatus in 1997 and 1998.
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Tomac Grabs First 450SX Championship

Monster Energy Kawasaki's Eli Tomac earned his first Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship Title in the 450SX Class at the season finale, Round 17 Presented by the Utah Sports Commission inside Rice-Eccles Stadium.
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450SX Main Event Highlights - FINALS | Salt Lake City

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Three Champions to be Crowned in Salt Lake City as Monster Energy Supercross Concludes Season at Rice-Eccles Stadium

Supercross Finale to Air Live on NBCSN and NBC on Sunday
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Mountain landscape featured prominently in Utah Royals’ new 2020 jersey

Soleil Energy announced as the new jersey front sponsor at Wednesday’s unveiling
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Utah golfers to highlight field at Korn Ferry Tour Utah Championship

Farmington, Utah (June 17, 2020) - The PGA TOUR will bring professional golf back to Utah this month, with the Utah Championship presented by Zions Bank and hosted by the Utah Sports Commission, teeing off Thursday, June 25, at Oakridge Country Club in Farmington, Utah. It will be only the third Korn Ferry Tour event since its return from a pandemic pause and the first to be televised live, with the GOLF Channel providing daily live coverage.
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NWSL releases Challenge Cup schedule; Utah Royals FC will play three morning games

Professional soccer players aren’t generally accustomed to playing games early in the morning. But many of them do hold regular practices at those times.
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Salt Lake City Regional Athletic Complex Chosen to Host an Elite One Cup

PARKTON, MD (June 22, 2020): Following a competitive review process with more than thirty facilities from across the United States, the Salt Lake City Regional Athletic Complex and Visit Salt Lake has been chosen to host an Elite One Cup city qualifier on June 4-6, 2021.
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Roczen returns to form with big win in 450SX Class in Utah

With another emotional 2020 win in Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship racing, Team Honda HRC's Ken Roczen railed into the lead early in the Main Event and took the 450SX Class win at Round 15, Presented by Discount Tire.
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Case Study: How to Keep Events Scheduled During COVID-19

Utah Sports Commission relies on relationships in bringing four separate sports into region
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Zions Bank Stadium to Host Upcoming Premier Lacrosse League Championship Series

LOS ANGELES, CA. (June 11, 2020) - The Premier Lacrosse League (PLL) announced today that Zions Bank Stadium in Herriman, Utah will host the upcoming PLL Championship Series Powered by Ticketmaster. The three-week quarantined and fanless tournament is scheduled to run from July 25th through August 9th, with players arriving a week in advance, and all 20 games presented live across NBC, NBCSN, and NBC Sports Gold.
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Webb Wins Second Wednesday 450SX Class Supercross

Salt Lake City (June 10, 2020) Rice-Eccles Stadium provided ideal conditions for great Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship racing at Round 14 Presented by Oakley, with multiple position changes on the track and in the championship points in each class.
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Power Rankings: Korn Ferry Challenge

PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. -- After an approximately three-month hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Korn Ferry Tour returns to action at this week’s inaugural Korn Ferry Challenge at TPC Sawgrass, contested at TPC Sawgrass – Dye’s Valley Course in the Jacksonville, Florida, metroplex.
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Eli Tomac Earns Win in 450SX Class Thriller

The 2020 Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship series ran into its first mud race of the year at Round 13 Presented by Rocky Mountain ATV/MC. The slick, rutty, and wet conditions inside Rice-Eccles Stadium delivered one of the great Supercross battles that will be re-watched for years.
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Cooper Webb Earns Monster Energy Supercross 450SX Class Victory at Round 12

In a groundbreaking Wednesday night Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship event, Red Bull KTM's Cooper Webb took the 450SX Class win at Round 12 presented by WPS in an action-packed Main Event that marks the second of seven consecutive events inside Rice-Eccles Stadium.
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NWSL reveals full preliminary round schedule for 2020 NWSL Challenge Cup

The 25-game tournament will kick off on June 27, 2020 at Zions Bank Stadium in Herriman, Utah. While spectators will not be in attendance, fans can catch all the action via CBS, CBS All Access, and Twitch for fans outside the U.S. and Canada.
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How Monster Energy Supercross Is Running Its Last Seven Events In Utah

Supercross’ premier series will be firing back up as the coronavirus lockdowns begin to ease up, but the creative way that it’s being done is what is unique.
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Eli Tomac wins, extends points lead at Supercross’ return in Salt Lake

Eli Tomac took the lead from Blake Baggett just past the halfway mark and cruised to victory in the 450 main event Sunday in the return of the Monster Energy AMA Supercross Series.
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How Utah became the site for a pro sports league to return to play during pandemic

SALT LAKE CITY — In November 2017 when it was announced that a National Women’s Soccer League team would be coming to Utah, its owner, Real Salt Lake’s Dell Loy Hansen, made it clear that he wanted the franchise to be a “rallying point” in the state and “the very best women’s sports organization in America.”
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Supercross races at Rice-Eccles could generate a large audience — though none of it will be in the stadium

A thundering vibrato will fill the air around Rice-Eccles Stadium on the University of Utah campus every Wednesday and Sunday for the next month. The buzz, like of a swarm of mosquitos on steroids, will be generated by 40 dirt bikes racing in the final seven rounds of the Monster Energy AMA Supercross series.
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Utah To Host NWSL 2020 Challenge Cup Presented by P&G and Secret

SANDY/HERRIMAN, Utah (Wednesday, May 27, 2020) – The National Women’s Soccer League announced today that the 2020 NWSL Challenge Cup presented by P&G and Secret will mark the return to action for all nine clubs.
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'Jerry Sloan was a warrior': Remembering the life and legacy of the legendary Utah Jazz coach

Jerry Sloan, the Hall of Fame coach who spent 23 seasons at the helm of the Utah Jazz, died in the early hours of Friday, May 22, 2020, at his Salt Lake home. He was 78.
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Live sports returns to Salt Lake City: AMA Supercross to continue season at Rice-Eccles Stadium in a made-for-TV event

Live sports will return to Salt Lake City later this month, for the first time since the COVID-19 outbreak in mid-March. The Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, will resume its season at Rice-Eccles Stadium on May 31 and will run races through June 21. The final seven, made-for-TV races will be broadcast on NBC networks without fans in attendance.
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Monster Energy Supercross Set to Resume Racing in Salt Lake City on May 31

Ellenton, Fla., (May 14, 2020) – Feld Entertainment, Inc. announced today that the Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, will resume racing at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City, Utah on May 31 and will run through June 21. The final seven, made-for-tv races will be broadcast on NBC networks without fans in attendance.
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Howard Peterson, visionary in establishing a legacy for Utah’s Olympic venues, has died

During a meeting that went late into the night, Howard Peterson lobbied the United States Olympic Committee to select Salt Lake City as its bid site for the 1998 Winter Olympics. Peterson stressed that the U.S.’s pick should be a place willing to build training venues for athletes that would see use long after the games.
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Despite tough times, Utah Sports Commission CEO staying positive about state of sports in Utah

SALT LAKE CITY — On a normal year, the Utah Sports Commission oversees or is involved in as many as four dozen sporting events in the state. Some are big events such as the PGA’s Korn Ferry Tour golf tournament or the Tour of Utah bicycle race and some are smaller events the general public never hears much about.
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PGA Korn Ferry Tour going ahead with Utah Championship next month, but no fans allowed

FARMINGTON — The Korn Ferry Tour announced Monday that it will restart its tournament schedule next month including the annual Utah Championship scheduled for June 22-28 at Oakridge Country Club.
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Utah Championship presented by Zions Bank to be played week of June 22

FARMINGTON, Utah – The Korn Ferry Tour announced today additional modifications and details regarding the restart of the 2020 schedule and a fall calendar of events that will be part of a one-time, combined 2020-21 Korn Ferry Tour season.
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Days of ’47 Cowboy Games & Rodeo Will Ride Again in 2021

SALT LAKE CITY (April 29, 2020) – After very careful consideration and interaction with local authorities the Days of ’47 Cowboy Games & Rodeo Board of Directors have determined that it is in the best interest of all to cancel the 2020 Days of ’47 Cowboy Games & Rodeo presented by Zions Bank.
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Governor’s State of Sport Awards honorees unveiled

SALT LAKE CITY — The annual Governor’s State of Sport Awards presented by the Utah Sports Commission have for the last eight years provided a chance for athletes from high school to the professional ranks to be honored, with a big gala the crowning moment.
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2020 State of Sport Awards Honorees

All 2020 Governor's State of Sport Awards honorees have been announced.
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SOSA: Scott Anderson Lifetime Achievement Award

Over the past couple of weeks we have been announcing the Governor’s State of Sport Awards honorees. Each year a nominating committee made up of Utah media and sports industry leaders review and select honorees with the most outstanding athletic performances from the previous year and recognize those who make Utah, the State of Sport.
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PGA TOUR announces schedule adjustments

Korn Ferry Tour aims to restart in mid-June; Mackenzie Tour – PGA TOUR Canada postpones first six events of its season
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Salt Lake Olympic officials see delay of the Tokyo Summer Games as similar to their 9/11 moment

Jeff Robbins remembers another time when it felt like the world screeched to a stop. It was Sept. 11, 2001, the day terrorists attacked several sites within the United States, most recognizably the Pentagon and the twin towers of the World Trade Center in New York City.
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SOSA: Gail Miller Lifetime Achievement Award

Over the past month we’ve recognized some outstanding athletes and teams for their accomplishments as Governor’s State of Sport Awards honorees. Our state is filled with remarkable individuals who have contributed to sport over their entire lifetime.
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Utes Earn Four Utah State of Sport Awards

SALT LAKE CITY – The University of Utah has been honored with four Utah Governor's State of Sport Awards, presented by the Utah Sports Commission. Zack Moss and MyKayla Skinner swept the men's and women's Collegiate Athlete of the Year awards while the ski team was honored as Team of the Year and men's basketball's victory over sixth-ranked Kentucky was selected as Highlight of the Year.
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State of Sport Awards: Highlights of the Year and more

April 5, 2020 — The Governor’s State of Sport Awards hosted by the Utah Sports Commission presented by Zions Bank and Intermountain Healthcare recognizes Utah’s athletic excellence and sports industry.
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Tour of Utah Pro Cycling Stage Race Canceled for 2020

SALT LAKE CITY (April 3, 2020) – The Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah announced today the cancellation of its 2020 professional cycling stage race due to public health concerns from the coronavirus pandemic.
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Utah Sports Commission cancels, postpones multiple events, but CEO Jeff Robbins optimistic about the long term

Jeff Robbins, president and CEO of the Utah Sports Commission, has been watching events slip off the calendar.
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Latest State of Sport Awards for for 2019

April 2, 2020 — (KUTV) - Over the past couple of weeks we have been announcing the Governor’s State of Sport Awards honorees. Each year a nominating committee made up of Utah media and sports industry leaders review and select honorees with the most outstanding athletic performances from the previous year.
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Christen Press and Kelley O'Hara Named Co-Utah Professional Female Athlete of the Year

SANDY, Utah (Monday, March 30, 2020) – Utah Royals FC forward Christen Press and defender Kelley O’Hara have been selected by the Utah Sports Commission as the co-recipients of the Governor’s State of Sports Professional Female Athlete of the Year.
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Statement from Jeff Robbins on the passing of Robert Garff

Former legislator and Utah Sports Commission board member Robert "Bob" H. Garff passes away due to coronavirus
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Utah Olympians react to Tokyo 2020 Postponement

SALT LAKE CITY — Although many Utah Olympic athletes agreed with the decision to postpone the Tokyo 2020 games, some were left wondering, what happens with those who had already qualified?
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Speed skater Brittney Bowe, marathoner Jared Ward highlight State of Sports Awards

Speed skater Brittney Bowe and marathoner Jared Ward highlighted the honorees for the Utah Sports Commission’s ninth annual State of Sports Awards.
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State of Sport Awards Announcements: Olympians, Adaptive Athletes of the Year

(KUTV) - The Governor’s State of Sport Awards hosted by the Utah Sports Commission presented by Zions Bank and Intermountain Healthcare recognizes Utah’s athletic excellence and sports industry.
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A message to golf fans

Golf can bring us together, even when we're apart. Now, that's more important than ever.
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National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP®) cancels the 2020 Western National Tournament

The National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP®) is formally announcing the cancellation of the 2020 Western National Tournament in Sandy, Utah - April 24-25, 2020 and the Eastern National Tournament in Louisville, Kentucky – May 7-9, 2020.
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Update on the 2020 IRONMAN North American Championship St. George Triathlon

Based on the mandate from the Utah Department of Health in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 IRONMAN North American Championship St. George triathlon, originally scheduled for May 2, 2020 has been postponed to September 19, 2020.
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Coronavirus Update: USA Gymnastics March 16 - Event Cancellations and Postponements

Last week, due to the growing concern over the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and with our commitment to our community’s health and wellness in mind, we made the decision to cancel events and sanctions for events and meets for the remainder of March.
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State of Sport Awards: Collegiate Athletes of the Year, Event of the Year

KUTV Talkin Sports announces Collegiate Athletes of the Year and Event of the Year
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Utah Sports Commission CEO Jeff Robbins on Talkin' Sports

(KUTV) - Few people do more in the state of Utah for sports than Jeff Robbins, the President and CEO of the Utah Sports Commission. With sporting events being cancelled or suspended left and right due to the Coronavirus, Jeff stopped by to talk with Adam Mikulich about the upcoming State of Sport Awards banquet that has been postponed as well his thoughts on everything that's been going on in the world of sports.
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Ninth Annual Governor's State of Sport Awards Postponed

Salt Lake City, UT, March 13, 2020 — Following Gov. Gary Herbert’s announcement yesterday implementing several precautionary measures across the state to help slow the spread of COVID-19, the Governor’s Annual State of Sports Awards event will be postponed to a later date.
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USA JUDO 2020 Youth Nationals Postponed

In response to the growing concern over the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) and, in consideration of the safety of its members, USA Judo has decided to POSTPONE the 2020 Youth National Championships originally scheduled to take place March 28-29, 2020. The new, re-scheduled dates of the 2020 USA Judo Youth National Championships are August 29-30, 2020, also in to be held in Salt Lake City, Utah.
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Pac-12 Sporting Events Cancelled, Including Gymnastics Championship In West Valley

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – The Pac-12 Conference announced they are canceling all sporting events until further notice to protect and prevent against the spread of Coronavirus.
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U.S. Soccer Cancels Upcoming Men's and Women's Senior National Team Matches in March and April Due to COVID-19

CHICAGO (March 12, 2020) – Due to the ongoing uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic across the world, U.S. Soccer has canceled the upcoming Men’s and Women’s Senior National Team matches in March and April, and the majority of Youth National Team and Extended National Team camps that were planned through the end of April.
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USA Climbing Postpones Championship Event Due To Coronavirus

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – USA Climbing has postponed its National Open Championship because of coronavirus concerns. The event was planned in Salt Lake City this Friday and Saturday.
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All-session tickets for Senior Pan American Championships are on sale now

INDIANAPOLIS, March 11, 2020 – All-session tickets for the Senior Pan American Championships at UCCU Center and Peaks Ice Arena in Utah Valley, to be held May 7-10, are on sale now.
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Ninth Annual Governor's State of Sport Awards April 13

Salt Lake City, UT, March 6, 2020– Fourteen of Utah’s most accomplished athletes and coaches for the 2019 calendar year will be honored April 13th at the ninth Annual Governor’s State of Sport Awards, hosted by the Utah Sports Commission and presented by Zions Bank and Intermountain Healthcare. In addition, the Governor’s State of Sport Awards will be presented for Highlights of the Year and Event of the Year.
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Salt Lake City, Utah set to host USA Judo's Youth National Championships and 2020 Junior & Cadet Team Trials, March 28-29, 2020

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – One month from today (Friday, February 28, 2020) USA Judo athletes and members from around the country will converge on Salt Lake City, Utah for the 2020 USA Judo Youth National Championships. Hosted by the Utah Sports Commission and Visit Salt Lake, the event will be held in the Calvin L. Rampton Salt Palace Convention Center which 18 years ago served as the site of the Main Press Center and International Broadcast Center for the 2002 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.
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Tone set for Salt Lake City’s efforts to land another Olympics

SALT LAKE CITY — The chairwoman of the new committee created to bring the Olympics back to Utah wasted no time Wednesday setting ground rules for the community, business and sports leaders on the board of directors, including distributing a set of talking points.
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U.S. Women's National Team to face Australia on April 10 at Rio Tinto Stadium

CHICAGO (Feb. 12, 2020) – The first two friendly matches of the spring for the U.S. Women’s National Team have been set and they are high-profile encounters with Australia and Brazil. Both matches will be presented by Allstate.
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Utah Sports Commission celebrates 20 years — and $2B in economic impact

SALT LAKE CITY — For Mike Leavitt, it all started when he watched people borrow money. The people were Olympic bidders...
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USA Podium Wraps Up Record-Setting World Championship Weekend at the Utah Olympic Oval

Salt Lake City, UT (February 16, 2020) - After four days of record-setting competition, the ISU World Single Distances World Championships came to a thrilling conclusion with the United States' Joey Mantia taking bronze and the first podium of the weekend for the U.S. in the Men's 1500m with a personal best time of 1:42.16.
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Bowe, Mantia hope to defend world championship titles in Utah this week

The ISU Single Distance Championships return to the home of the 2002 Winter Olympics as the Kearns Olympic Oval hosts the season’s top event this weekend.
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Committee Named To Prepare For Future Olympic, Paralympic Bid

SALT LAKE CITY (Feb. 12, 2020) - Salt Lake City and Utah took another step in preparation for a future Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games Wednesday.
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ISU World Single Distances Speed Skating Championships Event Begins Tomorrow

Salt Lake City, UT (February 12, 2020) -  The ISU World Single Distances Speed Skating Championships competition begins tomorrow, Feb. 13 at the Utah Olympic Oval through Sunday, Feb. 16 - the pinnacle event of the international long track speed skating season.
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The Front Climbing Club to Host USA Climbing Competition

Salt Lake City, UT - The Front Climbing Club and USA Climbing are excited to share that the 2020 USA Climbing: Sport & Speed Open National Championships will be hosted by The Front Climbing Club at its newest location in the Town of Millcreek on March 13 and 14, 2020.
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Hannah Soar lives up to her name with dual moguls silver medal, variety of jumps at Deer Valley World Cup

Park City • A background in gymnastics has nearly become a requirement for success on the Freestyle Ski World Cup moguls circuit. Athletes draw on the body positioning they learn in that sport to perform increasingly complex sets of flips, twists and spins at two junctures along the course.
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Career Bests for Soar, Page, Andringa at the 2020 intermountain Healthcare Freestyle International

The wind died down and the snow started falling - the roar of the crowd reached all the way up the legendary Champion course - it was night one of the 2020 Intermountain Healthcare Freestyle International at Deer Valley Resort. The world’s best mogul skiers showed Park City what they’re made of in a thrilling night of competition.
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2020 World Single Distance Championships at the Utah Olympic Oval

t's the biggest event of the year as the world's best long track speedskaters compete at the ISU 2020 World Single Distance Championships, Feb. 13-16. Olympians Brittany Bowe, Joey Mantia, Erin Jackson, Mia Kilburg and Emery Lehman will compete during the event at the Utah Olympic Oval, with Bowe and Mantia defending their 2019 World Championship Titles in the 1000m and Mass Start, respectively. This event is the equivalent of the Olympic Games during an off-Olympic year.
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Stage Set for Deer Valley Moguls and Aerials Extravaganza

The FIS Freestyle Ski World Cup tour returns to one of the most storied venues in skiing this week for back-to-back-to-back nighttime competitions at the 2020 Intermountain Healthcare Freestyle International at Deer Valley Resort. Deer Valley is marking its 22nd Anniversary of hosting international ski competition this year, with the Salt Lake City 2002 Olympic Winter Games, the 2002, 2011 and 2019 FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships, and 17 seasons of World Cup competitions to the resort’s credit including this week’s events.
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Freestyle World Cup Competition Returns to Deer Valley Resort

Freestyle skiing returns home this week with the 2020 Intermountain Healthcare Freestyle International at Deer Valley Resort! The mogul and aerial skiers of the U.S. Ski Team are primed and ready to show their hometown crowd what they're made of. As the only domestic stop on the FIS Freestyle World Cup Tour, this is a true homecoming event as many of these athletes call Park City and Utah home. 
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Vans Park Series Returns to World Stage in 2020

Costa Mesa, CALIF. (February 3, 2020) – The preeminent, defining park terrain skateboarding competition, Vans Park Series, reveals its official 2020 world tour event schedule today. The series’ fifth consecutive season will kick off in June and return to the three permanent VPS-certified park terrain legacy skateparks built in France, Canada, and the United States last year. Gathering the world’s best park terrain skaters to inspire youth and grow participation worldwide, Vans Park Series continues its celebration of skateboarding’s unique and creative culture.
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Korn Ferry Tour turns 30, stays true to origins as PGA TOUR proving ground

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Garrett Wins Days of ’47 Lewis Feild Bulls & Broncs

WEST VALLEY CITY, UTAH (February 1, 2020) – Shorty Garrett did the family name proud on Saturday night at the third annual Days of ’47 Lewis Feild Bulls and Broncs event at the Maverik Center.
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PGA TOUR, its tournaments surpass $3 billion in all-time charitable giving

TOUR generates record $204.3 million in 2019; brings total to $3.05 billion
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Athlete Roster set for Days of ’47 Lewis Feild Bulls & Broncs

WEST VALLEY CITY, UTAH (January 21, 2020) – Just as the teams have been set for the 2020 Super Bowl, so have the athletes scheduled to compete for a share of $137,000 in prize money at the Days of ’47 Lewis Feild Bulls and Broncs, Saturday, February 1 at 7:30 p.m. at Maverik Center in West Valley City, Utah.
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Press, Sauerbrunn and O'Hara Named to Olympic Qualifying Roster

SANDY, Utah – (Friday, January 17, 2019) – Following the conclusion of the annual-January camp, the Utah Royals FC trio of U.S. Women’s National Team veterans Christen Press, Kelley O’Hara and Becky Sauerbrunn, have been selected by Head Coach Vlatko Andonovski to represent the Red, White and Blue in their quest to qualify for the team’s seventh-straight Olympic Games.
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2021 Ironman 70.3 World Championship organizing committee prepares to welcome the world

ST. GEORGE — Civic and community leaders gathered at the St. George Chamber of Commerce Tuesday as part of the first planning committee meeting for the Ironman 70.3 World Championship which will take place in Washington County Sept. 13-18, 2021.
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Are Barcelona’s beaches a match for Salt Lake mountains when it comes to hosting a Winter Games? Gov. Herbert says no

SALT LAKE CITY — Gov. Gary Herbert wasn’t exactly sure what to think about the news Friday that Barcelona, the beachfront city that hosted the 1992 Summer Games, is now competing with Salt Lake City for a future Winter Games along with Sapporo, Japan
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Cedar City, Utah Will Host the USA Cycling Masters Road Nationals Championships in 2020 & 2021

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Cedar City, Utah, a multi-time host for the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah and known for its world-class festivals, from the Tony Award winning Utah Shakespeare Festival to cars and films, has been awarded the 2020 and 2021 USA Cycling Masters Road National Championships.
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Nine Host Venues Selected for 2020 Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah

SALT LAKE CITY (January 10, 2020) – Nine venues and communities will host the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah men’s professional cycling stage race on Aug. 3-9. The seven days of competition will start in Herriman City at the Zions Bank Real Academy and finish on historic Main Street in Park City.
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One Month Out: Deer Valley Intermountain Healthcare Freestyle International

Deer Valley Resort is firing on all cylinders preparing for the Intermountain Healthcare Freestyle International FIS Freestyle World Cup. February 6-8 the world’s greatest freestyle skiers will descend on Deer Valley for what will be the resort’s 22nd year of elite ski competition.
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ODP Regional Selection Tournaments Set For Utah & North Carolina This Weekend

Irvine, CA - January 6 - While the USA Water Polo Men's and Women's Senior National Teams prepare for the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan, the next generation of Team USA standouts just might be in Utah and North Carolina this weekend.
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US Speedskating Short Track Senior and Junior World Teams Selected

JAN. 05, 2020, 3:32 P.M. (ET) The final national titles were awarded today in an exciting finish to the U.S. Short Track Championships that served as a team selection for the Winter World Cup and Junior World Teams.
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Final National Titles Awarded at the US Long Track Championships

Racing ended today at the U.S. Long Track Championships at the Utah Olympic Oval with World Champions Brittany Bowe and Joey Mantia winning the 1500m events.
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Long Track Junior and Senior World Teams Announced

The following athletes qualified to skate at Long Track Junior and Senior World Events...
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Continental qualifier for gymnastics to 2020 Olympic Games heads to Utah Valley

INDIANAPOLIS, Dec. 20, 2019 – The United States is playing host to the Senior Pan American Championships for men’s and women’s gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics and trampoline that serves as the final qualifying event for the 2020 Olympic Games for North, Central and South America, which is a first both as a combined event staged in the USA and as an Olympic qualifier. Utah Valley has been chosen as the site for Senior Pan Am Championships, May 7-10.
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Absolute Fencing Gear® Women’s Sabre World Cup to Break Records in Salt Lake

(Colorado Springs, Colo.) – Nearly 200 athletes are scheduled to compete in Salt Lake City from Dec. 13-15 at what is expected to be the largest women’s fencing World Cup to be held on U.S. soil in history.
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Volunteer at the 2019 FIE Absolute Fencing Gear Women's Sabre World Cup

Volunteers are needed for the 2019 FIE Absolute Fencing Gear Women's Sabre World Cup, December 13-15, 2019, at Salt Palace Convention Center.
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Tickets for 2020 Pac-12 Women's Gymnastics Championships on Sale Now

Beginning today, Tuesday, Dec. 10, at 10 a.m. PT / 11 a.m. MT, tickets go on sale to the general public for the 2020 Pac-12 Women's Gymnastics Championships. The one-day event returns to Maverik Center in West Valley City, Utah on Saturday, March 21, with two championship sessions determining the Conference champion.
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Olympic Qualification Continues in Salt Lake City this Weekend

(Colorado Springs, Colo.) - Olympians, World Champions and hopefuls for the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo will come one step closer to competing on the world's largest stage during the December North American Cup in Salt Lake City this weekend.
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USA Climbing Adds Two Climbers to the 2020 U.S. Olympic Team

SALT LAKE CITY Dec. 2, 2019 – USA Climbing made history over the weekend at the International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) Combined Qualifier in Toulouse, France with Nathaniel Coleman and Kyra Condie qualifying for the 2020 U.S. Olympic Team.
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Strongest Athletes in America Coming to Salt Lake City

USA Weightlifting’s American Open Series Finals lands at Salt Palace December 5-8
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Family of Steven Holcomb Receives Olympic Silver Medals in His Honor

Two and a half years after his untimely death, the family of bobsleigh driver Steven Holcomb has received two silver medals from Sochi 2014.
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Days of ’47 Lewis Feild Bulls & Broncs returns to Maverik Center in February

WEST VALLEY CITY, UTAH (Nov. 18, 2019) – Looking for a New Year’s Resolution that is action packed, fun and simple to attain? Look no further than the 2020 Days of ’47 Events. The first event, the Days of ’47 Lewis Feild Bulls and Broncs, comes your way on Saturday, February 1 at 7:30 p.m. at Maverik Center in West Valley City, Utah.
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Real Monarchs Win USL Championship Title

LOUISVILLE, Kentucky (Sunday, November 17, 2019) – Real Monarchs SLC went on the road to secure a third-consecutive comeback win in the USL Championship Playoffs, topping the two-time defending champions, Louisville City FC, 3-1 to win the USL Championship title in front of a sold out crown of 7,025 at Lynn Stadium on the University of Louisville campus.
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Utah to Host International Nordic Combined Event

PARK CITY, Utah November 12, 2019 – International nordic combined action is coming back to Park City, Utah December 13-15. The competitions will take place between two venues, the ski jumping portion will take place at the Utah Olympic Park and the cross-country races will be contested at Soldier Hollow.
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Brittany Bowe Kicks Off Long Track Speedskating Season With 1,500-meter Bronze

It didn’t take long for Brittany Bowe to collect her first medal of the international long track speedskating season. The two-time Olympian won bronze in the women’s 1,500-meter at the world cup opener in Minsk, Belarus, on Saturday with a time of 1 minute, 57.253 seconds. She was just .78 seconds off the pace of winner Ireen Wust of Netherlands, who won in 1:56.468, in a solid start to the new season for the reigning world cup champion at the distance. Yekaterina Shikhova of Russia was second with her time of 1:56.864.
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ISU World Single Distances Speed Skating Championships Tickets Now On Sale

Salt Lake City, UT (November 13, 2019) - ISU World Single Distances Speed Skating Championships tickets are now on sale for the international competition coming to the Utah Olympic Oval February 13 through 16, 2020.
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Tiger Woods makes Utah’s Tony Finau his top pick for the U.S. Presidents Cup team

U.S. captain Tiger Woods made Lehi resident Tony Finau his first pick on Thursday in completing the team for next month’s Presidents Cup golf competition in Australia.
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Host Locations Announced for 2021 U.S. Youth Soccer NCS and PCUP Events

US Youth Soccer is proud to announce the host locations for the 2021 National Championships Series and Presidents Cup events.
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Olympic ‘revolution’ means Salt Lake City is highly likely to host another Winter Games. The big question is when.

Utah has world-class sports venues and exuberant local support for the Olympics. It has the know-how to run a Winter Games and, as of last December, the crucial backing of the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee.
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Kristen Santos sets a 1000m National Record at the ISU Short Track World Cup

You’d never know Kristen Santos was recovering from a back injury. The 2019 U.S. Short Track Champion jumped into the 1000m quarterfinals where a last minute strategic move put her into the semis where she set a 1000m U.S. National Record with a time of 1:28.485, and moved into the B Final. The new time breaks the record set by Olympic medalist Katherine Reutter in November 2016 (1:28.762).
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Canada's Boutin Sets World Record in the Women's 500m Final

Salt Lake City, UT (November 3, 2019) - Canada's Kim Boutin raced her way into the record books in the Ladies 500m race on the final day of the ISU World Cup Short Track - setting a new World Record with a time of 41.936. After jumping out to an early lead, Boutin never looked back, securing the win and the world record in dominant fashion.
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BMW IBSF Bobsled & Skeleton World Cup in Park City Moves to Lake Placid, December 2 – 8, 2019

Park City, Utah (November 1, 2019) - After significant and thorough consideration, the Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation (UOLF) and the International Bobsled and Skeleton Federation (IBSF) have agreed that the BMW IBSF Bobsled & Skeleton World Cup will be relocated from Park City, UT to Lake Placid, NY.
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ISU World Cup will pit young USA team against world’s greatest short track speed skaters at the Olympic Oval this weekend

Kearns • USA Speedskating coach Wilma Boomstra is sending lambs into the ISU Short Track World Cup event being held this weekend at the Utah Olympic Oval and hoping they come out lions.
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Apolo Anton Ohno: Skating with no regrets

With eight medal in short-track speedskating, Apolo Anton Ohno is the most decorated U.S. Olympian ever at the Winter Olympic Games.
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U.S. Biathlon Announces Nominations for Opening World Cup and IBU Cup Rosters

(Oct. 28, 2019) -- Following the completion of the U.S. Biathlon Fall Festival and IBU Cup Trials held over the weekend in Soldier Hollow, Utah, 15 athletes have been nominated to the U.S. Biathlon teams competing at the opening events of the 2019-20 season.
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Brandon Semenuk Earns His Third Win at Red Bull Rampage 2019

Virgin, Utah (Oct 25, 2019) – Great things come to those who wait, and that was evident at Red Bull Rampage 2019, where a windy morning gave way to immaculate contest conditions, giving the world’s best freeride athletes a perfect playground to display their abilities. In the end, the Canadians rose to the occasion to sweep the podium, with Brandon Semenuk taking first place, Brett Rheeder claiming second, and Tom Van Steenbergen placing third on a sunny day in the Utah desert.
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2018 Olympians Maame Biney, Aaron Tran highlight Team USA lineup at ISU Short Track World Cup

Salt Lake City, UT (October 28, 2019) - US Speedskating will field a strong lineup headlined by 2018 Olympians Maame Biney and Aaron Tran at the Utah Olympic Oval's ISU World Cup Short Track this weekend.
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Riders Hit the Features at Red Bull Rampage Ahead of Friday Finals

The action is really starting to heat up (excuse the pun) in the desert now and as it does so Red Bull Rampage 2019 is beginning to come to life. We're going to update this story each day with all the latest news and video action from Virgin, Utah to keep you fully updated.
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Salt Lake City to host 2023 NBA All-Star Game

Thirty years after Stockton and Malone raised All-Star MVP trophies together in Salt Lake City, the NBA’s best will be back in Utah. Salt Lake City will host the 2023 NBA All-Star Game, the Utah Jazz and NBA announced Wednesday.
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Old in Age, Young at Heart: The 2019 Huntsman World Senior Games

Over 11,000 athletes, including over 50 from Cedar City, flocked to southern Utah for the kickoff of the Huntsman World Senior Games on Tuesday, Oct. 8 in St. George, Utah.
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Utah Championship golf tourney will return to Farmington in June

The Utah Championship presented by Zions Bank will keep its late-June dates on the 2020 Korn Ferry Tour schedule, announced Tuesday.
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PGA TOUR announces 2020 Korn Ferry Tour schedule

The Korn Ferry Tour has announced its full tournament schedule for the 2020 season, a globetrotting slate of 28 events that will include tournaments in 20 states and four foreign countries.
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World’s Best Cyclists May Come To Utah After Tour Reclassification

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – The Tour of Utah has been reclassified as a UCI ProSeries cycling race as part of the reorganization of the sport’s professional governing body. The change means some of cycling’s biggest names may be coming to Utah.
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USA Climbing Welcomes Kelly Feilke As New Vice President of Marketing, Communications & Development

USA Climbing is proud to announce and welcome Kelly Feilke as Vice President Marketing, Communications & Development. Feilke joins the team with more than two decades of sports marketing and management experience.
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Huntsman World Senior Games: A Place To Chase Dreams

In 2019, the Games will welcome a record number of participants, over 11,000, to Southern Utah.  All 50 of the United States are represented and athletes from more than 29 different countries will take the playing field, competing in 32 different sports from October 7 - 19, 2019.
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Monster Energy Supercross Triple Crown, 250SX Class Regions and East/West Showdown Races Announced

Tickets for the 2020 season on sale today for preferred customers, on sale to general public next Tuesday, October 8
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Rimando Emotional, Grateful To Fans In Speech After RSL Victory

SANDY, Utah – Real Salt Lake goalkeeper Nick Rimando was emotional and expressed gratitude to the fans at Rio Tinto Stadium in a postgame speech following his final regular-season home game.
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Emotional Cameron Champ wins Safeway Open; former BYU golfer Zac Blair ties for fourth place

Napa, Calif. • Cameron Champ made a 3-foot birdie putt on the 18th hole for a one-stroke victory over Adam Hadwin on Sunday in the Safeway Open, finishing off an emotional week with his grandfather battling cancer.
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Four Champions Named on Final Day of U.S. Challenge Skate

The U.S. Novice and Junior Challenge Skate concluded on Sunday afternoon with the novice and junior free dances and junior ladies and men's free skates at the Salt Lake City Sports Complex. The four-day competition ran in conjunction with the 2019 U.S. International Figure Skating Classic.
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Utahn Trevor Lewis gets two assists as the Los Angeles Kings beat Vancouver 7-5 at Vivint Arena

The second version of the Salt Lake Shootout turned into a scoring spree Saturday night, when one Salt Lake City native was credited with two assists and another absorbed some blame in the flurry of goals.
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Zhou, Cain-Gribble and LeDuc Lead the Way in Salt Lake City

Vincent Zhou and Ashley Cain-Gribble and Timothy LeDuc lead the men's and pairs fields after the first day of competition at the 2019 U.S. International Figure Skating Classic at the Salt Lake City Sports Complex in Salt Lake City. Reigning U.S. champions Cain-Gribble and LeDuc took the arena by storm, claiming the top spot in the pairs short program with a career-best 76.23 points.
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2019 U.S. Challenge Skate Kicks Off in Salt Lake City

The 2019 U.S. Novice and Junior Challenge Skate kicked off on Thursday morning with the novice pairs, men's and ladies short programs at the Salt Lake City Sports Complex. The pairs field includes three couples from three different clubs across the U.S., the men's field consists of 11 athletes from 10 different clubs and the ladies competition comprised of 18 athletes from 12 clubs.
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United States Hosts 2019 U.S. International Figure Skating Classic this Week in Salt Lake City

SALT LAKE CITY (Sept. 16, 2019) - The United States hosts the U.S. International Figure Skating Classic this week at the Salt Lake City Sports Complex in Salt Lake City, Sept. 17-22, 2019. The event is the third stop of the 2019 ISU Challenger Series. Eighteen Americans will compete on home ice for a spot on the podium.
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BYU grad Patrick Fishburn wins a Canadian golf event, advancing to the Korn Ferry Tour in 2020

Ever since he posted two top-three finishes in the first five tournaments of the Mackenzie Tour-PGA Tour Canada season, former BYU golfer Patrick Fishburn has given himself an opportunity to advance to the Korn Ferry Tour in 2020.
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ISU World Cup Short Track Tickets Now On Sale

ISU World Cup Short Track tickets are now on sale for the international competition coming to the Utah Olympic Oval on November 1 through 3, 2019.    Tickets are available for purchase on SmithsTix.com for $10 for adults (ages 12+) and $5 for youth ages 6 to 11. Children 5 and under will be admitted to the event for free. Admission is free for all ages on Friday, Nov. 1. 
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Tony Hawk & Vans Introduce New Skateboarding Facility in SLC

The 2019 Vans Park Series World Championship took place in Salt Lake City on Saturday, September 7th. Skate legend Tony Hawk was at the big competition. The event happened at the brand-new Vans Utah Sports Commission Skatepark. The facility was built for the community by Vans and California Skateparks.
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Osborne, Paterson win XTERRA Pan Am Championship

Sam Osborne from New Zealand and Lesley Paterson from Scotland captured the XTERRA Pan American Championship off-road triathlon elite titles on a beautiful day at Snowbasin Resort near Ogden, Utah on Saturday, September 7, 2019.
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Oskar Rozenberg Hallberg and Sakura Yosozumi Crowned Vans Park Series World Champions in Salt Lake City

Salt Lake City, UTAH (September 7, 2019) – Done and dusted! The Vans Park Series World Championships ends the 2019 season with yet another incredible action-packed finale, crowning Oskar Rozenberg Hallberg and Sakura Yosozumi as your new 2019 Vans Park Series World Champions! Energy was peaking from massive Salt Lake City crowds at the new, permanent Vans-Utah Sports Commission Skatepark earlier today, as the two swept everyone away with their heavy-hitting runs
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Skateboarding fans get entertaining Olympic preview at world championships at State Fairpark

The money was certainly pretty good for the winners when the 2019 Vans Park skateboarding world championships wrapped up on Saturday. Thirty thousand dollars for the victors, in both men's and women's divisions, and $20,000 for second meant that the trip to Utah was well worth the while for some.
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XTERRA Trail Run Nationals Cancelled Due to Lightning

The 2019 XTERRA Trail Running National Championship half-marathon, 5K, and 10K races to be held Sunday, September 8, 2019 at Snowbasin Resort in Hunstville, Utah were cancelled due to lightning this morning.
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Barros, Armanto headline Vans Park Series tour championships

Vans’ decades-long involvement in skateboarding continues this weekend when Brazilian Pedro Barros, Californian Lizzie Armanto and dozens more top athletes compete in the Vans Park Series Pro Tour World Championships at a new skatepark in Salt Lake City.
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Final Field Determined for 2019 Vans Park Series World Championships in Salt Lake City

Salt Lake City, UTAH (September 6, 2019) – Capping off an eventful tour season full of expert competition and unrivaled skateboarding, the time has finally come for the 2019 Vans Park Series World Championships. The weekend is slated for an incredible grand finale in the heart of Utah, in Salt Lake City, featuring the best park terrain skateboarders from over 35 countries duke it out for the coveted championship title.
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Vans Park Series Course Preview | Pedro Barros - Salt Lake City, USA

The Brazilian cannonball Pedro Barros takes us through a line at the freshly laid Vans - Utah Sports Commission Skatepark in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. Tune in for the live broadcast this Saturday, Sept 7th on VansParkSeries.com, Thrashermagazine.com, Globo, Edgespot and Tencent.
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Vans Park Series Donates State-of-the-Art Skatepark in Salt Lake City Ahead of World Championships

It can be hard to claim your turn to drop into a busy skatepark, Terje LaMont acknowledged as skaters around him launched in rapid succession into the brand new half-pipe at the Utah State Fairpark. But it helps to have one of the biggest names in skateboarding clear your path.
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Tony Hawk Drops In To Inaguarate Salt Lake Skatepark

SALT LAKE CITY — To those who’ve never dropped in a bowl or slid on a rail, the newly unveiled Vans-Utah Sports Commission Skatepark at the Utah State Fair Park looks like just another place to skateboard. But it is, for many who skateboard, a sign of acceptance that is long overdue. “It was really frowned upon, honestly,” said David Edminster, a lifelong skateboarder who attended a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the terrain park Tuesday afternoon.
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Meet The 50 newest PGA TOUR members

The 2019 Korn Ferry Tour season came to a close Monday in Evansville, Indiana as the Korn Ferry Tour Championship presented by United Leasing & Finance wrapped up with a Labor Day finish. England’s Tom Lewis won the season-ending event in dominant fashion at 23-under, five strokes clear of second-place finisher Fabián Gómez.
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World's Top Park Terrain Skaters Descend on Salt Lake City for the 2019 Vans Park Series World Championships

Costa Mesa, CALIF. (August 30, 2019) – The 2019 Vans Park Series World Championships presented by the Utah Sports Commission are finally here, as renowned skaters from across the globe prepare themselves for the pinnacle event of park terrain skating next weekend. Hosted in the United States for the first time, this year’s VPS World Championships finale will be held at the brand-new Vans - Utah Sports Commission Skatepark, a legacy park terrain skateboarding facility designed and built for the Utah community by Vans and California Skateparks.
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Utah Jazz Unveil Purple Mountain Classic Jerseys

SALT LAKE CITY -- The Utah Jazz today unveiled the team’s Classic Edition uniforms for the 2019-20 season, which revive the purple mountain theme to connect today’s Jazz players to a highly successful and celebrated era in team history.
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World’s Leading Off-Road Triathlon & Trail Running Races Return to Utah for 16th Year

OGDEN, UTAH – The XTERRA Pan American / USA Championship off-road triathlon and endurance sports festival return to Utah September 6-8 with events in downtown Ogden and Snowbasin Resort. The prestigious triathlon is the culmination of a series of races spanning South and Central America, Mexico, the Caribbean, Canada, and the U.S.
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XTERRA Pan Am Champs Amateur Race Preview

Now, as the season is at its peak, we look forward to September 7, when the XTERRA Tribe will converge on the lovely mountain resort of Snowbasin, in Ogden, Utah, to compete for the coveted title of XTERRA Pan Am Age Group Champ. Here we’ll try to predict who will stand on those top three steps in Snowbasin based on past performances, but the only true metrics to decide who crosses the line first are pain tolerance, skill, perhaps a little luck, and the whims of Mother Nature.
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2019 VPS World Championships | Salt Lake City, USA

The world's best men's and women's park terrain skaters will be hitting Salt Lake City on September 6 & 7th, 2019 to battle it out for the prestigious title of '2019 VPS World Champion'.
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Brooke Raboutou Makes History As First-Ever American Climber to Qualify For An Olympic Games

When Brooke Raboutou entered the world, it was clear she was born to climb. Her parents, Robyn Erbesfield-Raboutou and Didier Raboutou, were both multiple-time climbing world cup champions, with her older brother Shawn also a skilled climber. Her family was called “the climbing equivalent of The Incredibles” in an article by Climbing magazine last year. What wasn’t known at the time, however, was that she was also born to be an Olympian.
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Belgium’s Ben Hermans triumphs in Tour of Utah; Delaware’s Joe Dombrowski wins final stage

By Eric Butler | Special to The Tribune It wasn’t a particularly long stage, but the inclines were real in the last stage of the Tour of Utah on Sunday. And race leader Ben Hermans made sure he was keeping tabs on his nearest rivals as the event culminated in Park City.
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How Tour of Utah has weathered the tough economy in cyclingFourteen years of producing a professional bike race is no small task. The Tour of Utah has become a staple for the community and state since its inception in 2004 with the ownership by the Larry H. Miller Group of Companies. Taking advantage of the many arms of the Miller group, including partnerships with the Utah Sports Commission and Utah’s office of Tourism have created a recipe that has sustained them.

Fourteen years of producing a professional bike race is no small task. The Tour of Utah has become a staple for the community and state since its inception in 2004 with the ownership by the Larry H. Miller Group of Companies. Taking advantage of the many arms of the Miller group, including partnerships with the Utah Sports Commission and Utah’s office of Tourism have created a recipe that has sustained them.
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Nitro Rallycross: “I DID THE SIX BEST LAPS I’VE EVER DONE”

Kevin Hansen was elated to emulate his brother Timmy by winning the second-ever Nitro Rallycross event at the Nitro World Games in Utah.
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The World's Best Athletes Have Landed in Utah For Nitro World Games

Salt Lake City, UT – With just days to go until the high-adrenaline, action-packed Nitro World Games get underway, Nitro World Games organizers called in help from the Red Bull Air Force to initiate the final countdown to the big air action sports competition. On Monday night, wingsuit flyers boarded a Cessna departing Tooele Valley Airport with one goal: light up the sky of Salt Lake City in the spirit of Nitro World Games and land safely at the Utah State Capitol.
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Aerialists over Utah Capitol celebrates upcoming Nitro World Games to Utah

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4 News) – If you were watching the night sky Monday night in Salt Lake City, you were almost certain to see sparkling lights traveling at an unusual pace, and all around the Utah State Capitol.
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Streaks of light near Utah State Capitol likely Nitro Circus performers, Lt. Gov. says

SALT LAKE CITY — FOX 13 received several reports and a few video clips showing streaks of light that were visible in the sky over Salt Lake City Monday night.
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Never fear, lights in the sky above SLC are Nitro Circus stunt, not aliens

(KUTV) — To our knowledge, there were not aliens in the sky above Salt Lake City tonight, as some may have feared.
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Meet the 25 players who earned PGA TOUR cards at WinCo Foods Portland Open

The first 25 of 50 available PGA TOUR membership cards for the 2019-20 season were secured on Sunday at the Korn Ferry Tour's final Regular Season event the WinCo Foods Portland Open presented by KraftHeinz.
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Tour of Utah celebrates 15 years of excellence as America's toughest stage race

SALT LAKE CITY — As event organizers, corporate sponsors and Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah riders gathered Thursday at Zions Bank Basketball Campus, the general consensus was that America's toughest stage race just got tougher.
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Red Bull Rampage Releases 2019 Wild Card Athlete Roster

Virgin, Utah (August 8, 2019) – Red Bull Rampage is mountain biking’s truest test of skill and mental toughness. Featuring the sport’s best athletes and set in one of the most demanding locations on the planet, the event has evolved over 18 years to become freeride mountain biking’s most coveted title.
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Flat Track: What you need to know before Aug. 17

Welcome to the world of flat track racing. The high-speed, bar-banging action is rapidly rising in popularity for fans of all things that go fast, but the sport isn’t new. The world of flat track racing goes all the way back to the roots of the two-wheeled machines that us fans obsess over.
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Salt Lake Tribune's Most Influential in Utah sports in 2019

For taking a stand with her own team’s fans, Jazz owner Gail Miller is Most Influential in Utah sports in 2019. See the full list:
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Utah Native Zac Blair wins first title at Ellie Mae Classic at TPC Stonebrae

HAYWARD, Calif. — Entering the day one stroke off the lead, Zac Blair posted a final-round 3-under 67 to win his first Korn Ferry Tour title at 17-under at the Ellie Mae Classic at TPC Stonebrae. The win catapulted Blair to 10th in the season-long points standings and secures his return to the PGA TOUR for the 2019-20 season.
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Gold Medals Awarded at the Days of ’47 Cowboy Games & Rodeo

SALT LAKE CITY (July 24, 2019) – What a great night to cap off Utah’s Pioneer Day at the Komatsu Equipment Days of ’47 Cowboy Games and Rodeo presented by Zions Bank in Salt Lake City on Wednesday night. A total of nine gold medals were handed out along with silver and bronze in each event as the rodeo came to a close in 2019.
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Real Salt Lake excited to host Mexico's Tigres in inaugural Leagues Cup

SANDY — In what seemed like an inconvenience when it was first announced — after all, nobody wants to play a game three days before traveling to play again in the Texas heat — Real Salt Lake has fully embraced the unique opportunity it faces in the quarterfinals of the inaugural Leagues Cup on Wednesday at Rio Tinto Stadium.
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Nitro World Games Announces Addition Of RSD Super Hooligan National Championship To Utah Offerings

Salt Lake City, UT – As if the 2019 Nitro World Games in Utah weren’t already action packed enough, Nitro World Games has expanded its race offerings by adding the high intensity RSD Super Hooligan National Championship (SHNC) to the schedule of events. Produced in partnership with the Utah Sports Commission, Nitro World Games returns August 17th at Utah Motorsports Campus.
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RSL Welcomes Tigres UANL for Inaugural Leagues Cup Bout

SANDY, Utah (Tuesday, July 23, 2019) – Real Salt Lake is set to welcome defending Liga MX champion Tigres UANL to Rio Tinto Stadium on Wednesday, July 24 at 8:30p MT in its inaugural Leagues Cup match. The match can be seen live nationally on Univision and ESPN+. Wednesday's match will be presented by the Utah Sports Commission.
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The Women of Rodeo Brought the Heat at Days of ’47 Cowboy Games & Rodeo on Monday

SALT LAKE CITY (July 22, 2019) – It was a hot night at the Komatsu Equipment Days of ’47 Cowboy Games and Rodeo presented by Zions Bank in Salt Lake City on Monday night both in temperature and rodeo action. An 18-time WPRA World Champion Jackie Crawford turned in a blistering fast run in the new event of women’s breakaway on Monday night at the Days of ’47 Arena.
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Tony Finau’s solo third in the British Open matches the best major showing for a Utah native in 88 years

Tony Finau persevered through difficult conditions Sunday, moving up to third place in the British Open and matching the best finish in a major golf tournament for a Utah high school graduate in 88 years.
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Ventura secures PGA TOUR card with win at Pinnacle Bank Championship presented by Chevrolet

2019 Utah Championship winner, Kristoffer Ventura wins again on the Korn Ferry Tour to secure his PGA TOUR Card at the Pinnacle Bank Championship presented by Chevrolet.
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Criterium Saturday's thriller at Salt Lake Criterium had late race crashes impacting the overall Series’ team standings

Late race crashes on Saturday in Salt Lake City impacted the overall Series’ team standings with DI team Legion of Los Angeles taking control, in the end, putting their rider on the top of the podium.
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Johnson Brother’s Advance to Gold Medal Round at Days of ’47 Cowboy Games & Rodeo to Defend Their Title

SALT LAKE CITY (July 20, 2019) – The Johnson brothers are determined to defend their title at the Komatsu Equipment Days of '47 Cowboy Games and Rodeo presented by Zions Bank in Salt Lake City.
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The Country’s Best Endurance Athletes Set Their Sights on Utah for Spartan’s 2019 US National Series Finale

Series Champions will be Crowned at the Snowbasin Resort in Huntsville
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Vans Park Series Donates Legacy Skateparks to Montréal, Paris/Chelles and Salt Lake City

World’s premier park terrain skateboarding series looks to grow skateboarding participation worldwide with new parks donated in Montréal, Paris/Chelles, and Salt Lake City
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Industry Veteran, Luke Bodensteiner joins Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation (UOLF) as new Soldier Hollow General Manager and Chief of Sport Development

July 17, 2019 (Park City, UT) – Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation (UOLF) announces the hiring of Luke Bodensteiner as the new General Manager of Soldier Hollow & Chief of Sport Development.
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2019 Rampage & Proving Grounds Ticket Packages Now Available

Red Bull Rampage is back for 2019 and it promises to be another great year with all the riders pushing the limits of what is possible on a bike. Make sure you get your tickets booked as soon as possible to not miss out on this iconic event.
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Days of '47 Cowboy Games & Rodeo Gets Underway Friday, July 19

SALT LAKE CITY (July 16, 2019) – The Komatsu Equipment Days of '47 Cowboy Games and Rodeo presented by Zions Bank in Salt Lake City will kickoff rodeo action on Friday, July 19 with some of the top names in professional rodeo.
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Rice-Eccles Stadium lands another big motorcycle event, the 2020 Supercross World Finale

The Salt Lake Tribune: The 2020 Monster Energy Supercross schedule will end at Rice-Eccles Stadium in May, giving the state “one of the biggest sporting events ever held in Utah,” according to Jeff Robbins, president and CEO of the Utah Sports Commission.
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Local team reacts to news of 2021 US Quidditch Cup in Salt Lake City

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4 News) – After Friday’s announcement that Salt Lake City will host the 2021 U.S. Quidditch Cup, local players say they are thrilled and surprised. The 2021 Cup will be the first regional or national championship to be held in Utah.
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Monster Energy Supercross 2020 Race Schedule Announced

Ellenton, Fla., (July 9, 2019) - The 17-round schedule for the 2020 season of Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, will return to some of the sport’s most iconic stadiums while also rotating fan-favorite markets like St. Louis, Mo., Tampa, Fla. and Foxborough, Mass. back into the routing. The season finale moves to the sports-friendly state of Utah on Saturday, May 2 at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City.
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With the help of three Utah Royals FC players, the United States took home another FIFA Women's World Cup Championship.

In front of a crowd of 57,900, across the ocean in Lyon, France, the United States lifted the trophy high as they completed their destiny and basked in the glory of streamers, fireworks and song, becoming only the second-ever back-to-back FIFA Women’s World Cup Champions after defeating the Netherlands 2-0 with goals from Megan Rapinoe and Rose Lavelle to earn it’s fourth star above the crest.
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Salt Lake City to host Quidditch World Cup in 2021

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Salt Lake City has been chosen to host the U.S. Quidditch World Cup in 2021.
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Jazz lead from tip to buzzer, finish SLC Summer League with win over Spurs

On Monday the Jazz were ice cold and lost. On Tuesday they were lukewarm and won. And on Wednesday they were on fire (in the first quarter, at least), jumping out to a quick 16-point lead and holding on for an 84-81 victory over the San Antonio Spurs to cap off the 2019 Salt Lake City Summer League.
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Big man Tony Bradley wants to show big improvements in his third Utah Jazz Summer League run

This week, Tony Bradley’s mom reminded him just how young he actually is. Bradley may be preparing for his third NBA Summer League, but the 7-footer is still the youngest player on the Utah Jazz’s summer roster.
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Ventura wins Utah Championship on third playoff hole

FARMINGTON, Utah — Kristoffer Ventura defeated Joshua Creel on the third playoff hole to win the Utah Championship presented by Zions Bank. Ventura carded a final-round, bogey-free 65 before eventually winning with a par on the third extra hole at Oakridge Country Club.
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Summerhays, Lower share 54-hole lead at Utah Championship presented by Zions Bank

Farmington, Utah - Playing in front of his friends and family in his hometown of Farmington, Utah, Daniel Summerhays carded a 3-under 68 on Saturday to join Justin Lower atop the leaderboard at the Utah Championship presented by Zions Bank. Competing at his home club of Oakridge Country Club, the 35-year-old looks to take advantage of playing in familiar territory for his first Korn Ferry Tour victory in almost 12 years.
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Hometown golfer Daniel Summerhays takes the second-round lead in the Utah Championship

Farmington • Daniel Summerhays shot a 3-under-par 68 in Friday’s second round of the Utah Championship and moved into the lead of the Korn Ferry Tour event as of early in the afternoon at Oakridge Country Club.
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Utah Championship offers golf fans a glimpse at some of the world's best

FARMINGTON — In 2014, Tony Finau was playing on the then-named Web.com Tour, looking to lock up a spot on the PGA Tour. Four years later, the Salt Lake native was playing on the Ryder Cup team.
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Robert Garrigus takes first-round lead at Utah Championship presented by Zions Bank

Farmington, Utah — After missing the cut at last week’s Wichita Open Supporting Wichita’s Youth, Robert Garrigus carded an opening 7-under 64 to take the first-round lead at the Utah Championship presented by Zions Bank. With gusts reaching up to 32 miles per hour, the 41-year-old excelled at Oakridge Country Club, mixing eight birdies against a lone bogey.
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Salt Lake City Summer League Announces Broadcast Plans and Pre-Game Activities

SALT LAKE CITY (June 25, 2019) – The 2019 Salt Lake City Summer League presented by University of Utah Health and the Utah Sports Commission announced today its broadcast plans for television, radio and online coverage, as well as the pre-game activities that will take place over the course of the three-day event.
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First Olympic-Level skate park in North America being built in Salt Lake City

SALT LAKE CITY – Visit any skatepark and you can tell who’s been spending time practicing. They just stand out from the crowd.
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Governor Herbert on possible return of Winter Olympics to Utah

June 23, 2019 — (KUTV) - Will the Winter Olympics return to Utah in 2030 or 2034? Utah Governor Gary Herbert and Utah Sports Commission CEO Jeff Robbins joined David James on Talkin’ Sports to talk about the costs and potential benefits of bringing the Olympics back to Utah.
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Utah Championship prepares for 'biggest week of golf in Utah'

(KUTV) — Thursday marks the beginning of the "biggest week of golf in Utah” with the 28th Annual Utah Championship.
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Utah Championship Tee Times Round 1

Utah Championship Tee Times Round 1, Thursday, June 27th.
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Players set for altitude adjustment at Utah Championship presented by Zions Bank

Oakridge Country Club plays nearly 4,500 feet above sea level
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Salt Lake looks to 2030 or 2034 following Italy’s winning 2026 Winter Olympics bid

The Olympic Winter Games are bound for Italy once again.Christopher Kamrani | Salt Lake Tribune
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Visit Salt Lake Bestows Annual Tourism Achievement Award Upon Utah Sports Commission

Salt Lake City (June 2019) — Visit Salt Lake (VSL) presented its annual Tourism Achievement Award to the Utah Sports Commission.
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Power Rankings: Utah Championship presented by Zions Bank

With the wild finish in Wichita featuring Henrik Norlander winning in a Monday playoff, the Korn Ferry Tour sets its sights west for the Utah Championship presented by Zions Bank. The tournament is one of the four original tournaments on the Korn Ferry Tour slate, first being played in 1990.
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Paying it forward: Finau aids fellow Utah golfer in quest toward PGA TOUR

Patrick Fishburn begins professional journey with financial aid of Finau, Utah Championship
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Utah Championship Prepares for Highly Anticipated "Biggest Week of Golf in Utah

Farmington, Utah (June 21, 2019) – The Utah Championship presented by Zions Bank and hosted by the Utah Sports Commission, tees off next Thursday June 27 at Oakridge Country Club in Farmington, Utah.  The event runs through Sunday, June 30th.  Utah natives Danny Summerhays, Zac Blair and Preston Summerhays are scheduled to play with the top players on the money list.
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U.S. Olympic Committee Changes Name To U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Committee

The United States Olympic Committee has formally changed its name to the United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee – a change celebrating the athletes of Team USA and the Paralympic Movement in the United States. The USOPC board of directors unanimously approved the change in its quarterly meeting.
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PGA TOUR announces Korn Ferry as umbrella sponsor of newly named Korn Ferry Tour

PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Florida – The PGA TOUR and Korn Ferry (NYSE: KFY) announced today a 10-year agreement making the Los Angeles-based, global organizational consulting firm the Umbrella Sponsor of the newly named Korn Ferry Tour.
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USA Gymnastics Announces Field for 2019 American Classic, Hopes Classic

INDIANAPOLIS, June 11, 2019 – 2018 World Cup all-around bronze-medalist Jordan Chiles of Vancouver, Wash./World Champions Centre, along with her senior national teammates Sloane Blakely of Frisco, Texas/WOGA Gymnastics, the 2019 Gymnix International balance beam silver medalist, and Sunisa Lee of St. Paul, Minn./Midwest Gymnastics Center, the 2019 Jesolo Trophy all-around champion, are among the 106 women who are expected to compete in the 2019 American Classic and Hopes Classic.
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Utah Championship releases new details on partnership with Tony Finau Foundation

The Utah Sports Commission announced new sponsor updates and sponsor exemptions as well as details on their partnership with the Tony Finau Foundation for the 2019 tournament. Fox 13's Jeff Rhineer has the details in the video above.
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Utah Championship provides event and sponsor updates, announces Sponsor Exemptions and Tony Finau Foundation partnership

Governor Gary R. Herbert; Utah Sports Commission President and CEO, Jeff Robbins; PGA TOUR golfer Tony Finau; and President of the Web.com Tour, Alex Baldwin discuss the 2019 Utah Championship tournament
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Vivint Smart Home Arena to Host NHL Game

SALT LAKE CITY (May 31, 2019) – Vivint Smart Home Arena announced today that the Los Angeles Kings of the National Hockey League will play a preseason game at 7 p.m. (MT) on Saturday, Sept. 21, serving as the home team, against the Vancouver Canucks in the second edition of the “Salt Lake Shootout” presented by the Utah Sports Commission.
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LA Kings Returning to Salt Lake City to Face Canucks on September 21

Vivint Smart Home Arena announced today that the LA Kings will play a preseason game at 7 p.m. (MT) on Saturday, Sept. 21, serving as the home team, against the Vancouver Canucks in the second edition of the Salt Lake Shootout, presented by the Utah Sports Commission. Tickets will go on sale online at 10 a.m. (MT) on June 6 as well as at the Vivint Smart Home Arena box office, starting as low as $39 in the upper bowl and $79 in the lower bowl. The Kings will announce the club's entire 2019 preseason schedule at a later date.
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American Classic, Hopes Classic Return to Utah's Huntsman Center

INDIANAPOLIS, May 1, 2019 – The American Classic and Hopes Classic are returning to the Jon M. Huntsman Center on the University of Utah campus in Salt Lake City on June 21-22, 2019. Tickets are on sale now for both competitions, which are competitive qualifiers for women’s gymnastics: the American Classic, for the 2019 U.S. Gymnastics Championships in Kansas City, Mo., in August; and the Hopes Classic, for the Hopes Championships, held in conjunction with the U.S. Classic in July in Louisville, Ky.
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Nitro World Games Is Coming Back to Utah Motorsports Campus August 17th

Salt Lake City, UT (Wednesday, May 22, 2019) – In partnership with the Utah Sports Commission, Nitro World Games is heading back to 'the State of Sport,’ for a two-day event August 16th and 17th, with Saturday, August 17th open to the public.
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HS Girls Club Rugby NIT Schedule & Livestream

The High School Club National Invitational Tournament (NIT) has released its seeding, schedule and brackets: www.utahyouthrugby.org/2019nhsgcrc. All games will be live-streamed here. The tournament occurs Friday-Saturday, May 17-18 in Murray, Utah, and the DI final will be played at Zions Bank Stadium in advance of the Utah Warriors against the San Diego Legion.
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St. Thomas Grabs No. 6 at 2019 MCLA Tournament

SALT LAKE CITY – On the strength of a big first quarter, St. Thomas held off Dayton, 9-7, to win the Division II title game at the 2019 MCLA National Championships powered by Under Armour held at the Salt Lake City Regional Athletic Complex on Saturday.
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US Quidditch announces the finalists for events in the 2019-20 and 2020-21 seasons

The bid process for the 2019-20 and 2020-21 seasons began in July 2018 and the bid submission deadline was February 15, 2019. Overall, a total of 20 cities bid for 16 events (eight events per season) across the next two seasons. The bid process will re-open in the fall for the 2021-22 season.
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Tony Finau, Utah Sports Commission teaming up to host Finau’s annual Golf Classic pro-am this June

Tony Finau is bringing his star power home this summer. On Wednesday it was announced that the 29-year-old professional golfer from Salt Lake City is teaming up with the Utah Sports Commission to help host Finau’s annual Golf Classic pro-am on Monday, June 24, at Oakridge Country Club in Farmington. It’s the same week as the 2019 Web.com Tour’s Utah Championship, which is scheduled to take place June 24-30.
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Tony Finau Foundation, Utah Championship align for the biggest week of golf in Utah

SALT LAKE CITY (May 8, 2019) – On the heels of finishing in a four-way tie for fifth place at the Masters, Tony Finau is further aligning his star-power with the top professional golf event in Utah. The Utah Sports Commission and the Tony Finau Foundation will host Finau’s annual Golf Classic pro-am the same week as the 2019 Web.com Tour’s Utah Championship at Oakridge Country Club in Farmington, Utah which takes place the week of June 24-30.
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Utah Jazz to Host Salt Lake City Summer League

SALT LAKE CITY (May 6, 2019) – NBA summer league basketball in Utah will take a new twist in 2019 to be renamed the Salt Lake City Summer League – a four-team, six-game event hosted by the Utah Jazz on July 1-3 at Vivint Smart Home Arena.
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Three Utah Royals FC players named to U.S. women’s team’s World Cup roster

As anticipated, three Utah Royals FC players will get their chance to help the United State’s Women’s National Team as it tries to win a second consecutive FIFA Women’s World Cup. Becky Sauerbrunn, Christen Press and Kelley O’Hara were all named to the USWNT roster on Thursday.
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St. George, Utah Selected as Host of 2021 70.3 World Championship; IRONMAN 70.3 St. George to Rotate to a Full-Distance IRONMAN Event 2020 & 2023

TAMPA, Fla. / ST. GEORGE, Utah (May 2, 2019) - IRONMAN, a Wanda Sports Holdings company, announced today that the city of St. George, Utah has been selected to host the 2021 IRONMAN® 70.3® World Championship triathlon. The announcement marks the return of the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship to North America and is the first time since 2013 that the event has been hosted in the Southwestern United States.
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Vans Park Series Announces 2019 Pro Tour Invitees

Returning for a fourth season of historic skateboarding competition, Vans Park Series reveals the official 2019 VPS Pro Tour roster, set to showcase the largest, most sought-after field of exciting park terrain talent from around the world—featuring the top-ranking men and women pros from the 2018 season, along with new Tour Challengers and Wildcards.
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Brittany Bowe Named Utah Female Olympian of the Year

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4 News) Two-time Olympian and Olympic speedskating bronze medalist, Brittany Bowe was awarded this year's Utah Female Olympian of the Year. Bowe joined ABC4 News at Midday to talk about her journey to that title.
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Tony Hawk Joins The Vans Park Series Broadcast Team

Costa Mesa, CALIF. (April 15, 2019) – Vans Park Series, the premier park terrain skateboarding tour in the world, today announced skateboarding legend Tony Hawk as the official live broadcast commentator for the 2019 series. Hawk will join the Vans Park Series team alongside live co-host Chris Cote, as the competition touches down in five major countries across the globe this year, culminating with the official 2019 Vans Park Series World Championships in Salt Lake City, Utah, United States this September.
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Mariel Zagunis Wins Second Consecutive National Championship

Mariel Zagunis (Beaverton, Ore.) has already won back-to-back gold medals on the world’s biggest stage at the Olympic Games and Senior World Championships. Now she’s earned consecutive National Championships as well.
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Saron Follows Junior World Medals with First National Championship Title

It’s been quite a week for Mitchell Saron (Ridgewood, N.J.) Seven days after winning his first individual Junior World Championship medal and five days after securing bronze in the team event in Torun, Poland, Saron became a National Champion, taking gold at the Division I National Championships in Salt Lake City.
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Tony Finau finishes in tie for fifth at Masters, but laments one bad swing at No. 12

“For me 12 was the turning point. That was the tournament,” said Finau. “It’s a hard shot. Not my best swing and it ended up costing me.”
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Real Salt Lake holds special place in MLS commish's heart

“I have a special place in my heart for Real Salt Lake,” said Garber while speaking to reporters on Wednesday afternoon in Salt Lake City. “I worked really hard on this because I knew if we could not grow, then the league would not be able to move forward.” Garber was in Salt Lake City on Wednesday as a special guest for the Governor’s State of Sport Award, in which Real Salt Lake and Utah Royals FC owner Dell Loy Hansen received the Partner of the Year award.
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Red All Over: Kyle Whittingham, Britain Covey and Tyler Huntley receive Governor’s Awards

Utah football coach Kyle Whittingham was topped by his friend, Washington State’s Mike Leach, in the voting for the 2018 Pac-12 Coach of the Year. Whittingham’s performance in leading the Utes to their first Pac-12 South title has not gone unrecognized, though — beyond the new contract he received in March, taking him through the 2023 season.
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8th Annual Governor’s State of Sport Awards honors top performers from across Utah

Salt Lake City, UT, April 10, 2019– Thirteen of Utah’s most accomplished athletes and coaches for the 2018 calendar year were honored tonight at the 8th Annual Governor’s State of Sport Awards, hosted by the Utah Sports Commission and presented by Zions Bank and Intermountain Healthcare.
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"Doing What I Love." Meredith Hall to Return to Her Childhood Roots

This weekend 79-year-old Meredith Hall will lace up her skates and compete at the 25th annual U.S. Adult Figure Skating Championships in Salt Lake City. It is certain to be an emotional moment for Hall, whose ice skating journey has been filled with joy, heartbreak, health challenges and finally an opportunity late in life to rekindle her childhood love of the sport.
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Utahns Overwhelmingly Want To Host Another Olympic Games

A super-majority of 87 percent of Utahns support Salt Lake City hosting a future Winter Olympics, a recent UtahPolicy.com poll finds. That’s nearly nine-out-10 Utahns. You rarely find that majority in the state agreeing on anything.
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U.S. Adult Figure Skating Championships Head to Salt Lake City April 3-6

The 25th annual U.S. Adult Figure Skating Championships kick off in Salt Lake City April 3-6. Held annually since 1995, the U.S. Adult Championships are the most prestigious adult figure skating event in the United States. An official U.S. Figure Skating championship event, this year’s event is being hosted by Salt Lake Figure Skating at the Salt Lake Sports Complex.
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Two-man Bobsled Team Of Steven Holcomb And Steve Langton, And Four-man Bobsled Team Of Holcomb, Langton, Chris Fogt And Curt Tomasevicz Awarded Silver Medals For Olympic Winter Games Sochi 2014

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – The United States Olympic Committee and USA Bobsled & Skeleton have received official notification from the International Olympic Committee that both the two-man bobsled team of the late Steven Holcomb and Steve Langton and the four-man bobsled team of Holcomb, Langton, Chris Fogt and Curt Tomasevicz have been awarded the silver medals after originally finishing third at the Olympic Winter Games Sochi 2014. The medals will be presented to the athletes and Holcomb’s family in a ceremony with details to be announced.
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USAV Selects Collegiate National Team-Japan Roster

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (March 25, 2019) – USA Volleyball is proud to announce its 12-player U.S. Women’s Collegiate National Team – Japan Tour roster comprised of current collegiate players. Heather Olmstead, head coach of the Brigham Young University women’s volleyball team, will serve as the CNT-Japan Tour head coach.
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The Masters Weightlifting National Championships Comes To Salt Lake City March 28-31

Athletes in the sport of weightlifting will travel to Salt Lake City from across America to compete at their National Championship event Thursday-Sunday, March 28-31.  This competition is open only to the top master athletes in each division who have reached the necessary qualification of weight lifted in a combined total of the 2 Olympic lifts, the Snatch and the Clean and Jerk.  
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4 Team USA Olympians And Paralympians Honored At Utah State Of Sport Awards

Two compete on ice, two on snow, some have Olympic medals, some Paralympic, but they all call Utah home. Four members of Team USA learned Sunday night that they will be honored with Governor’s State of Sport Awards as Olympians or Paralympians of the Year.
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UCLA defends Pac-12 gymnastics championship

WEST VALLEY CITY, UTAH – No. 1-seeded UCLA defended its Pac-12 Women’s Gymnastics Championship title with a season-high 198.400 at the first-ever neutral site Pac-12 gymnastics championship. The Bruins topped No. 2-seeded UTAH (198.025), No. 3 OREGON STATE (196.600), and No. 4 CALIFORNIA (196.575) in front of 8,621 fans at the Maverik Center in West Valley City, Utah.
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IRONMAN Announces Chattanooga, Tennesee and St. George, Utah As Finalists to Host 2021 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship Triathlon

Global rotation brings event back to the United States in 2021 with over 5,000 athletes from around the world expected to compete over two days of world class competition
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Jimmer Fredette Signs 2-Year Deal With Phoenix Suns

SALT LAKE CITY — Monday's Phoenix Suns-Utah Jazz game just got a little bit more interesting. Multiple outlets are reporting that former BYU standout Jimmer Fredette has agreed to a 2-year deal with Phoenix. The second year is a team option, The Athletic's Shams Charania reports.
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Ute Gymnasts at Pac-12 Championship in Maverik Center Mar. 23

This Week in Utah Gymnastics: Utah has earned the No. 2 seed into the 2019 Pac-12 Gymnastics Championships on Saturday, Mar. 23 in the Maverik Center in West Valley City, Utah. The Utes will compete in the evening session at 6 p.m. against top seed UCLA, Oregon State and California.
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Utah Royals FC Granted Governor's State of Sport Event of The Year Award

SANDY, Utah (Monday, March 18, 2019) – Utah Royals FC has been awarded the Governor’s State of Sport Event of the Year Award ahead of the 8tth annual State of Sport Awards on April 10, the club announced today.
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Coaches and Event State of Sport Awards Categories Announced

Coaches and event categories were announced for the 8th Annual Governor's State of Sport Awards hosted by the Utah Sports Commission and presented by Zions Bank. Read more to find out who.
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Pac-12 Gymnastics Heads Into Last Week of Competition Before Conference Championships

SAN FRANCISCO - Pac-12 Gymnastics will face non-conference competition this week including a Top 10 match-up between No. 6 Utah and No. 8 Georgia leading up to the first ever neutral site Pac-12 Championship at the Maverik Center in West Valley City, Utah on Saturday, Mar. 23.
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Two-Time Olympian Brittany Bowe Captures Gold, World Record As Utah's Olympic Oval Sees Four New Records Set

KEARNS — Brittany Bowe watched as the pair of skaters racing just before her at the ISU long track World Cup both broke the world record for her favorite distance on the ice where she trains. It created both anxiety and excitement as the two-time Olympian took the ice just after Miho Takagi and Nao Kodaira, who owned two world records coming into this weekend, both beat the former fastest time in the world for 1000 meters — 1:12.09.
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High School and Collegiate State of Sport Awards Categories Announced

High School and collegiate honorees were announced for the 8th Annual Governor's State of Sport Awards hosted by the Utah Sports Commission and presented by Zions Bank. Read more to find out who.
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Japan double and another world record for Nuis at ISU Long Track World Cup

The Japanese men won two gold medals on the final day of the 2018/19 Speed Skating season in Salt Lake City, USA. Tatsuya Shinhama (JPN) won the 500m and Ryosuke Tsuchiya (JPN) took his first individual World Cup gold in the Mass Start.
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World records for Bowe and Sáblíková at ISU Long Track World Cup

Having skated world records in the 3000m and the 5000m last week in Calgary, Martina Sáblíková (CZE) ended the season with yet another world record to win the 3000m at the World Cup final in Salt Lake City on Saturday. Brittany Bowe (USA) also clocked a world record in the 1000m on home ice.
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8th Annual Governor's State of Sport Awards

Salt Lake City, UT, March 8, 2019 - Fifteen of Utah's most accomplished athletes and coaches for the 2018 calendar year will be honored April 10th at the 8th Annual Governor's State of Sport Awards, hosted by the Utah Sports Commission and presented by Zions Bank.
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Sam Gordon From Herriman Featured In New Nike Ad Aired During Oscars

HERRIMAN, Utah – 15-year-old tackle football sensation Sam Gordon from Herriman is featured in an all-new Nike ad celebrating women in sports. The 30th Anniversary ad that aired Sunday during the Oscars is called Dream Crazier and is narrated by tennis star Serena Williams.
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2019 Pac-12 Women's Gymnastic Championship Tickets on Sale Now

The Pac-12 will host the Pac-12 Women’s Gymnastics Championships at the Maverik Center on March 23, 2019 after signing a multi-year partnership. It marks the first-ever neutral site for the sport’s premiere event. “We are excited to bring this event to the Maverik Center,” said Danette Leighton, Pac-12 Chief Marketing Officer. “The tradition of excellence across in the Pac-12 and the strong following among Utah’s community for women’s gymnastics sets up this championship to be an electric one.”
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ISU World Cup Final Long Track comes to the Utah Olympic Oval on March 9 and 10

Salt Lake City, UT (February 19, 2019) -  The ISU World Cup Final Long Track competition is coming to the Utah Olympic Oval on March 9 and 10.  Tickets are available for purchase on SmithsTix.com for $7 for adults (ages 11+). Children ages 10 and under will be admitted to the event for free.
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U.S. Team Finishes Week at Soldier Hollow with Top-10 in Relay

SOLIDER HOLLOW, Utah (Feb. 17, 2019) – The week at Soldier Hollow ended on a high note for the U.S. team with a top-10 finish in the final event of the BMW IBU World Cup on Sunday. The American quartet of Alex Howe (Gilford, N.H.), Jake Brown (Saint Paul, Minn.), Joanne Reid (Palo Alto, Calif.) and Clare Egan (Cape Elizabeth, Maine) finished 10th in the 20-team field with just five spare rounds and a time just under three minutes off the winning time posted by France.
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Doherty Posts Career-Best 10th in Soldier Hollow Pursuit

SOLIDER HOLLOW, Utah (Feb. 16, 2019) – It's official. Sean Doherty loves home cooking. With a career-best 10th place in Saturday's men's 12.5-kilometer pursuit at the BMW IBU World Cup at Soldier Hollow Nordic Center, the Center Conway, N.H., native has now posted three of his top four career finishes on U.S. soil, including two this week. Just yesterday, Doherty placed 14th in men's sprint to set himself up for a career performance today.
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Doherty Enjoys One of His Best Performances in Front of Home Crowd at Soldier Hollow

BY BILL KELLICK | FEB. 15, 2019, 3:11 P.M. (ET) SOLIDER HOLLOW, Utah (Feb. 15, 2019) – Sean Doherty sure likes racing World Cups on American soil. Three years after posting a personal-best 13th in the sprint during the BMW IBU World Cup's last visit to the U.S. at Presque Isle, Maine, Doherty nearly matched that performance on Friday in Soldier Hollow, Utah. The Center Conway, N.H. native finished 14th in today's men's 10-kilometer sprint, 1 minute, 3.6 seconds off the winning time.
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U.S. Looks to an Italian to Put Biathletes on the Olympic Podium

Some of the world’s top biathletes descended this weekend on Utah for the first time in 17 years. The return for a World Cup event comes as Salt Lake City promotes its bid to host the 2030 Olympics.
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U.S. Athletes Win 14 Medals at 2019 FIS Snowboard, Freestyle and Freeski World Championships

U.S. Athletes led the medal count at the 2019 FIS Snowboard, Freestyle and Freeski World Championships in Utah with 14 medals, including five gold.
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American skier Aaron Blunck repeats as FIS world champ in ski halfpipe

By Christopher Kamrani • Park City • He grasped the red, white and blue in his right hand, even as he looked on at arguably the greatest freeski halfpipe skier ever having just dropped into the pipe.
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Sadowski Synnott and Corning win slopestyle golds in weather-shortened Utah 2019 event

Park CIty (USA) - The weather threw one last wrench into the gears of the Utah 2019 FIS Snowboard, Freestyle & Freeski World Championships on Sunday, with heavy winds and an incoming winter storm forcing the cancellation of slopestyle finals and the awarding of the gold medals to Zoi Sadowski Synnott (NZL) and Chris Corning (USA) for topping the respective ladies’ and men’s fields in Saturday’s qualifications.
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U.S. Athletes Take Three Medals in World Championship Dual Moguls

PARK CITY, Utah (February 10, 2019) - Canada’s Mikaёl Kingsbury won his second World Championships title of the weekend, and France’s Perrine Laffont took the women’s dual moguls title. However, in the company of thousands of spectators and yet another snowstorm, U.S. Ski & Snowboard athletes Jaelin Kauf (Alta, Wyo.), Bradley Willson (Butte, Mont.) and Tess Johnson (Vail, Colo.), were the clear crowd favorites...
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Laffont and Kingsbury shine in Utah 2019 dual moguls

Freestyle skiing competitions at the Utah 2019 FIS Snowboard, Freestyle & Freeski World Championships closed out in epic fashion on Saturday night at one of the greatest venues in skiing, with a hugely entertaining dual moguls event ending with Perrine Laffont (FRA) and Mikael Kingsbury standing on top of the podium with gold medals in hand.
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Chloe Kim and Scotty James Utah 2019 halfpipe world champions

Park City (USA) - A perfect day of weather and a perfect halfpipe at the Utah 2019 FIS Snowboard, Freestyle & Freeski World Championships allowed for a perfect day of competition at Park City on Friday, where the USA’s own Chloe Kim, with her first world championships title, and Scotty James of Australia, who claimed an unprecedented third-straight title, won the gold medals.
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Switzerland claims historic first Aerials Team gold

The second night of aerials competition at the Utah 2019 FIS Snowboard, Freestyle & Freeski World Championships saw Switzerland pull off a stunning upset in the team competition, as Carol Bouvard, Nicolas Gygax, and Noe Roth put on a collectively inspired performance to best traditional aerials powerhouses China, Russia, and Belarus in a thrilling evening of jumping at Deer Valley Resort.
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Surging Egan, two-time Olympians Dunklee and Doherty are athletes to watch at 2019 BMW Biathlon World Cup at Soldier Hollow Nordic Center from February 14-17, 2019

Midway, Utah (February 7, 2019) –  Surging Biathlete Clare Egan headlines the United States Biathlon team heading into the 2019 BMW Biathlon World Cup at Soldier Hollow Nordic Center in Midway, Utah from February 14 to 17.  
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Ramanouskaya of Belarus and Russia's Buron Crowned World Champions in Aerials at Deer Valley

DEER VALLEY RESORT, Utah (February 7, 2019) - On Wednesday night, against a post-storm, fairytale-like backdrop, World Championships gold medal dreams came true for freestyle aerialists Aliaksandra Romanouskaya of Belarus and Maxim Burov of Russia.
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Snowboard Big Air Cancelled at 2019 FIS World Championships

After much careful consideration, the organizers of the 2019 FIS Snowboard, Freestyle and Freeski World Championships have taken the decision to cancel the snowboard big air competition, based on the weather forecast and with the best interests of the athletes in mind, and the remaining events scheduled to take place.
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Loginov Strikes Gold Twice at 2019 FIS World Championships

Amazingly clean and strong riding paid off once again for Russia’s Dmitry Loginov, who won Tuesday’s 2019 FIS World Championships snowboard parallel slalom title at Park City Mountain, his second victory of this World Champs after his parallel giant slalom win on Monday.
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Dierdorff, Jacobellis Take Gold at Inaugural Mixed-Team Snowboardcross

Lindsey Jacobellis (Stratton Mountain, Vt.) and Mick Dierdorff (Steamboat Springs, Colo.) earned the gold for U.S. Ski & Snowboard in the inaugural mixed-team snowboardcross at the 2019 FIS Snowboard, Freestyle and Freeski World Championships, presented by Toyota, at Utah’s Solitude Mountain Resort.
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Ledeux and Boesch Soar to Big Air Gold in Front of Huge Crowd in Park City

CANYONS VILLAGE, Park City, Utah (February 3, 2019) - A crowd numbering in the thousands turned out on Saturday evening at in Park City to witness the first-ever freeski big air World Championships event. Swiss national team member Fabian Boesch earned the highest score of the night to win gold in the men’s competition.
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Opening Press Conference Saturday, Feb. 2 - Canyons Village at Park City

Utah Governor Gary R. Herbert will join top athletes and regional leaders to open the 2019 World Championships this Saturday at Canyons Village at Park City. Over 1,400 athletes from 40 nations will take part in the 2019 World Championships in snowboard, freestyle and freeski on four venues at three Utah resorts Feb. 1-10.
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World Champs Highlight This Week's NBC Coverage

The networks of NBC will broadcast more than 40 hours of coverage of the 2019 FIS Snowboard, Freestyle and Freeski World Championships, Presented by Toyota, and the FIS Ski World Cup this week.
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Snowboardcross, Skicross Competition Kicks Off World Championships

Four women and five men make up the U.S. snowboardcross team set to compete in Thursday’s FIS World Championships qualifying round of competition.
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U.S. Snowboard, Freeski, Freestyle Teams for 2019 World Championships

U.S. Ski & Snowboard announces U.S. Teams for the 2019 FIS Snowboard, Freestyle and Freeski World Championships, presented by Toyota, taking place in Utah from February 1 - 10, 2019.
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France Scores Double Gold at Salt Lake City Absolute Fencing Woemen's Sabre World Cup

(Salt Lake City, Utah) – When the table of 64 begins on Saturday, more than 20% of the competitors will have USA on their backs at the Absolute Fencing Gear® Salt Lake City Women’s Sabre World Cup.
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It's Almost Showtime: Excitement is Building in Utah for the 2019 FIS Snowboard, Freestyle & Freeski World Championships presented by Toyota

In just three short days, the eyes of the international winter sports community will focus on Utah for 10 action-packed days during the 2019 FIS Snowboard, Freestyle and Freeski World Championships, presented by Toyota.
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Balancing the ice and life as a full-time student at Yale, SLC’s Nathan Chen goes for his third straight U.S. figure skating title this weekend

By Christopher Kamrani · It’s been a breeze. A frigid Northeasterly one, at that, him having traded in the sun-splashed lifestyle of Southern California for the dastardly cold of New Haven, Conn., winters. But Nathan Chen’s first semester of college went according to plan. In the classroom around Yale University and on the ice worldwide.
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2019 World Championships Preparation Ahead of Schedule

Only one week remains before more than 1,400 athletes from around the globe converge on Utah for the 2019 FIS Snowboard, Freestyle and Freeski World Championships, presented by Toyota.
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Ten Years Later: Olympic Medalist Sada Bâby Returns in Salt Lake

(Salt Lake City, Utah) - Three Olympic medals. Five Senior World Championship medals. One Overall World Cup title.
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Professional Skateboarding Event Coming to Utah in 2019

Salt Lake City, UTAH (January, 23, 2019) - The highest level of professional skateboarding is coming to Salt Lake City. The Vans Park Series (VPS), the official park terrain skateboarding World Championships tour, has announced the 2019 VPS Pro Tour will culminate in Utah for its final stop. Hosted on American soil for the first time, the prestigious Vans Park Series World Championships will crown the new 2019 men's and women's world champions in park terrain skateboarding on September 7 at Utah State Fairpark.
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Tickets on sale now for ISU World Cup Final Long Track at the Utah Olympic Oval

Tickets will be available for $7 for adults (ages 11+) and can be purchased on SmithsTix.com. Children ages 10 and under will be admitted to the event for free. This two-day competition will feature 130 top Long Track skaters from 25 countries. Skaters will be racing in the following distances: 500m, 1000m, 1500m, 3000m, 5000m and Mass Start.
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Olympic and World Fencing Champions to Compete for World Cup Gold in Salt Lake City This Weekend

(Salt Lake City, Utah) - With less than two years remaining before the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games, the best fencers in the world will compete for individual and team titles this weekend at the Absolute Fencing Gear® Salt Lake City Women's Sabre World Cup.
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Vans Park Series Announces 2019 Pro Tour Season

World’s Premier Park Terrain Skateboarding Competition to Crown 2019 Men’s and Women’s World Champions in Salt Lake City, Utah
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Gymnastics returns to Pac-12 Networks

In total this season, Pac-12 Networks will cover 20 live women’s gymnastics events, including the Pac-12 Championships from Utah’s Maverik Center on Saturday, March 23, 2019.
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USA Climbing Announces Multi-Year Agreement with ESPN

USA Climbing is excited to announce a multi-year agreement with ESPN to present the Combined Invitational, Bouldering Open National Championships, and Sport & Speed Open National Championships.
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Sarah Hirshland Opens Up After Six Months as U.S.O.C.’s Chief Executive

Sarah Hirshland took over as chief executive of the United States Olympic Committee at a fraught time. Hirshland spoke with reporters and editors of The New York Times about some of the issues that have dominated the early part of her tenure.
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USA Climbing: Combined Invitational to be Hosted by Momentum Indoor Climbing’s Millcreek and Lehi Location on January 18-20, 2019

Salt Lake City, UT – (January 16, 2019) This weekend, the USA Climbing Combined Invitational will mimic the same format that competitors will experience in the 2020 Olympic Summer Games and choose the first members of the US Overall National Team.
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Inside the Mind of a World Championships Athlete

PARK CITY, Utah - With only two weeks to go until the 2019 FIS Snowboard, Freestyle and Freeski World Championships, presented by Toyota kicks off in Utah, many of the athletes expected to compete are well on their way to ensuring they are in the best possible physical condition to pull off a podium-worthy performance. But while the principles of physical preparation - getting enough sleep, eating well, avoiding overtraining, etc. - are fairly similar, the way each athlete readies themselves psychologically for this huge event - considered second only to Olympic competition - are very different.
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Time, Technique and a Whole Lot of Snow

From February 1-10, approximately 1,400 athletes from 40 countries will converge on Utah to compete in the 2019 FIS Snowboard, Freestyle and Freeski World Championships, presented by Toyota—the biggest winter sports event to be held in Utah since the 2002 Olympic Winter Games. Contests held as part of this elite event will include snowboard and skicross; freeski and snowboard big air, slopestyle and halfpipe; snowboard parallel slalom and parallel giant slalom; and freestyle moguls, dual moguls and aerials.
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Tickets for 2019 USA Climbing Combined Invitational Are Now On Sale

The Combined Invitational, January 18-20 at Momentum Millcreek & Lehi locations will serve as the first selection event for the USA Climbing Overall National Team. 50 of the most skilled rock climbers in the country will compete to earn a spot on the National team.
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Utah Championship's impact extends beyond tournament week

The PGA TOUR announced today their 2017-2018 season charitable contribution number, a record of $190 million. To celebrate this milestone, the Web.com Tour’s Utah Championship presented by Zions Bank, hosted by the Utah Sports Commission, is proud to share the story of Christian Pratt. Christian is a member of the Boys & Girls Club of Weber-Davis and is just one of many who benefited from the 2018 tournament general admission ticket proceeds. This is Christian’s Story:
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One Month Out: 2019 FIS Snowboard, Freestyle and Freeski World Championships

With only one month to go, athletes, officials and fans from around the world are into their final preparations for the kick-off of the 2019 FIS Snowboard, Freestyle and Freeski World Championships, presented by Toyota taking place at Utah's Deer Valley Resort, Park City Mountain, both in Park City, and Solitude Mountain Resort, February 1-10, 2019.
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What do the 2019 FIS World Championships Mean to You? - Alex Deibold

Fifteen-year snowboardcross veteran and Sochi Olympic bronze medalist Alex Deibold (Manchester, Vt.) knows the World Champs are special. “Outside of the Olympics, I think it is the most prestigious and most important event we have,” he said. “Being able to call yourself a World Champion is a lifelong title. If you look at some of the names that have achieved that title, it really is pretty elite. The fact that it only happens every two years definitely adds some mystique and pressure to it and just makes it that much more special.”
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What do the 2019 FIS World Championships Mean to You? - Devin Logan

Freeski legend, the Sochi Olympic Games freeski slopestyle silver medalist Devin Logan (West Dover, Vt.) looks forward to another opportunity to ski on a big international stage. “The World Champs in Park City are huge for me,” she said. “It’s like the Olympics again, it’s another chance to present my best skiing and hopefully stomp the run of my life.”
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What do the 2019 FIS World Championships Mean to You? - Brad Wilson

When the 2019 FIS Snowboard, Freestyle and Freeski World Championships kick off Feb. 1, it will mark the first time since the 2002 Olympic Winter Games that Utah - The State of Sport - has hosted so many athletes for a World Class event. In this three-part series, we talk to a number of U.S. Ski & Snowboard athletes expected to compete in the upcoming World Champs, and their thoughts on competing on home soil, in front of family and friends, the pressure to exceed expectations, and their overall view of what the World Championships mean to them.
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‘We’re just on cloud nine:’ Salt Lake City beats Denver for right to bid for a future Winter Olympics, likely 2030

After months of deliberation and years of angling by city boosters, politicians and 2002 experts, the United States Olympic Committee chose Salt Lake City to bid for a future Olympic Winter Games.
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USOC announces Salt Lake City as candidate city for future Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games

Today, the United States Olympic Committee named Salt Lake City as the candidate city for a future Winter Olympic and Paralympic bid. The selection, announced at the USOC Board meeting, means Salt Lake City will be the United States contender in a future international bid process.
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Utah Olympic officials feeling ‘a quiet confidence’ ahead of looming bid decision Friday

The wait should end Friday. The Olympics question that’s been hovering over Utah and neighboring Colorado is expected to be answered when the United States Olympic Committee convenes its board of directors meeting in San Francisco.
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Utah Championship Finishes Atop Leaderboard for Best Social Media Engagement on Web.com Tour

The PGA TOUR held their end of year meetings in Palm Springs, CA last week, where the Utah Championship was awarded, “Best Social Media Engagement” on the Web.com Tour for 2018.
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Kearns Athlete Training and Element Event Center now open after ribbon cutting celebration

Salt Lake City, UT (December 11, 2018) - The new Kearns Athlete Training and Element Event Center is now open after a ribbon cutting celebration on Dec. 10, 2018. 
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Youth and Elite Finals Conclude 2018 National Championships

The week-long 2018 USA Boxing Elite and Youth National Championships & Junior and Prep Open has concluded at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City, Utah.
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2018 USA Boxing National Championships Kick Off in Salt Lake City

The first day of competition got started with the junior and prep bouts and longtime USA Boxing member Angel Villarreal was honored at the start of the first session with the Pete Suazo Humanitarian Award, which was presented by Becky Suazo and Utah Speaker of the House Greg Hughes.
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USA Boxing is in Salt Lake City as more than 700 compete in the Elite and Youth National Championships

Once again, Utah’s best hope for a national championship lies in the hands of two women who took up the sport later in life than most, Park City’s Maryguenn Vellinga and Herriman’s Whitney Gomez.
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Salt Lake Olympic officials lay out budget plan, and what 2019 will look like should USOC choose SLC for 2030 Winter Games

If selected, Salt Lake could be involved in a dual award bid scenario next summer, should the IOC opt to go that route once more
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Christensen Sets Sights on 2019 FIS World Championships

Utah hosting the 2019 FIS Snowboard, Freestyle and Freeski World Championships means a lot to the U.S. Ski & Snowboard teams. The competition on home soil means more confidence on the courses, more family and friends in the crowd, and more ski and snowboard fans being exposed to the extraordinary winter sports playground that is Utah.
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USA Boxing National Championships Return to Salt Lake City Next Week

USA Boxing's Elite and Youth National Championships & Junior and Prep Open returns to the Salt Palace in Salt Lake City, Utah for the second consecutive year, Dec. 1-8. 
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Bobsledders, Skeleton Racers In Park City For North American Cup

PARK CITY, Utah – Utah has some of the best winter games venues in the world, one of the selling points the state is using to help its pitch in hosting another Olympic games. Those venues are also a reason some of the world’s best bobsledders and skeleton racers are in Park City during Thanksgiving week.
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‘This is in our DNA’: Utah shows off its venues and Olympic enthusiasm to U.S. officials on the hunt for a Winter Games bid city

Daylong on-site visit scheduled to feature as many as 8 to 10 stops for USOC contingent
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USOC bid team visit going 'fantastic,' supporter of another Utah Olympics says

PARK CITY — The U.S. Olympic Committee officials touring Utah's Olympic facilities Wednesday took just a quick look at the not-yet-frozen water in the pool used by ski jumpers for summer training during their stop at Utah Olympic Park.
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2019 Pacific Coast Sectional Figure Skating Championships

Over 175 figure skaters to compete the 2019 Pacific Coast Sectional Championships. Admission info for spectators and guests:
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Fast starter Charles continues rapid progress with Salt Lake glory

Alyson Charles (CAN) is well known within Canadian Short Track circles for her explosive starting on the ice but the 20-year-old sprinter from Montreal has made an even faster start to her World Cup career.
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Records are no boundaries for history-maker Wu

Another week, another blistering 500m from Wu Dajing (CHN) who grabbed the headlines by smashing his own world record to claim gold on the final day of action at the ISU World Cup Short Track in Salt Lake City.
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USA Climbing Announces New Combined Invitational to be Hosted By Momentum Indoor Climbing in Salt Lake City, UT in 2019

USA Climbing, the United States National Governing Body for the sport of Competition Climbing, announced today that Momentum Indoor Climbing in Salt Lake City, Utah will host the 2019 Combined Invitational on January 18th – 20th.
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J.R. Celski retires after three Olympics, three medals in short track

J.R. Celski, the top U.S. short track speed skater of the last decade, retired after three Olympics, where he combined for one silver and two bronze medals.
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USA Climbing Moving Headquarters to Utah

Salt Lake City (November 6, 2018) – The State of Utah continues to build upon its strong Olympic Legacy with the announcement today that USA Climbing, the National Governing Body for the sport, is relocating its headquarters to Utah. The Utah Sports Commission partnered with USA Climbing to facilitate the organization’s move from Boulder, Colorado.
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Utah Olympic Park to host four international sliding events this winter

Park City, UT (November 1, 2018) - The 2018-19 event season begins on November 18 at Utah Olympic Park with the IBSF North American Cup. The North American Cup is the first of four sliding events during the 2018-2019 season that will bring athletes from all around the world to compete head-to-head on the Olympic Park's premier sliding track. Spectators are welcome to attend and all races are free to the public.
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The American Masters Weightlifting Championships Come To Salt Lake City November 2-4

Athletes in the Olympic sport of weightlifting will travel to Salt Lake City from across the United States and Canada to compete at the annual Howard Cohen American Masters event Friday-Sunday, November 2-4.  This competition formerly known as the American Masters, was recently renamed to honor the living legend Howard Cohen and his contributions to the sport of masters weightlifting.
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Salt Lake Olympic committees meet today to prepare for a future Winter Games bid decision by the end of the year

Salt Lake will soon find out if another Olympic Winter Games are bound for the state. // (Francisco Kjolseth | Tribune file photo)
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Cameron Champ seals first TOUR title at Sanderson Farms

2018 Utah Championship Winner claims his first title on the PGA TOUR at Sanderson Farms Championship.
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Brett Rheeder Wins His First Red Bull Rampage

Athletes from around the world compete at new venue. Van Steenbergen stomps biggest backflip in event history.
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Watch: Brett Rheeder's Winning Run at Red Bull Rampage 2018

The 2018 Red Bull Rampage winner laid down an incredible first run to secure gold at the epic freeride event. Growing up on the flat hills of Ontario followed by a recent move to the mountains of British Columbia looks to have given him the edge needed to dominate the steep faces of Virgin, Utah. Congrats to Brett on a historic victory at Red Bull Rampage!
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Innovative Augmented & Virtual Reality Application To Provide Red Bull Rampage Fans With A Completely New Live Viewing Experience

Virgin, Utah (October 23, 2018) – Beginning Thursday, October 25th, Red Bull Rampage fans will be able to experience the event unlike anything else in the past, bringing the entire mountain right into their living rooms – literally! By using the latest augmented reality technology, viewers will be able to place a 3D model of the mountain right into their living room that is accurate to scale and photo realistic, zooming in and moving around the course at the touch of their fingertips.
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100 Days Out: 2019 FIS Snowboard, Freestyle and Freeski World Championships

With 100 days to go, the countdown begins in earnest for the FIS Snowboard, Freestyle and Freeski World Championships presented by Toyota, taking place at Utah's Deer Valley Resort, Park City Mountain, and Solitude Mountain Resort February 1-10, 2019.
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Vote for Utah's Beehive Sport & Social Club for Web.com Small Business Championship

22 small businesses are up for the national contest, Web.com Small Business Championship. VOTE for Utah's Beehive Sport and Social Club to win the grand prize of $25,000 worth of Web.com products and services to help them unlock their full digital potential to help them grow and succeed
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Huntsman World Senior Games: Still Fostering Worldwide Peace, Health and Friendship

For more than three decades the Games has been fostering worldwide peace, health and friendship. It’s part of what has helped the annual event grow into the largest multi-sport event in the world for athletes age 50 and better. The Games take place each October in St. George, Utah, and are open to athletes of all skill levels.
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Pac-12 and Maverik Center announce multi-year partnership to host Conference Women’s Gymnastics Championships

2019-21 Pac-12 Women’s Gymnastics Championships to be held at neutral site for first time ever
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2018 Nitro World Games Delivers Unrivaled, Action Packed Competitions As Promised

Timmy Hansen takes home the inaugural Nitro Rallycross win while Pat Bowden secures a first place FMX Best Trick finish and Colby Raha sends it to the moon earning himself first in FMX Quarterpipe
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Homegrown Trevor Lewis highlights LA Kings' 4-1 preseason win over Vancouver in Salt Lake Shootout

SALT LAKE CITY — The Salt Lake Shootout started with a celebration of Los Angeles Kings forward Trevor Lewis, the native Salt Laker who became the first Utahn to win the Stanley Cup in 2012.
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Meet The 50 newest PGA TOUR members

ATLANTIC BEACH, Florida – The 2018 Web.com Tour season came to a close on Sunday in Atlantic Beach, Florida, as the Web.com Tour Championship wrapped up the sixth-annual Web.com Tour Finals. University of Virginia alum Denny McCarthy won the season-ending event, where 25 players secured their PGA TOUR cards for the 2018-19 season.
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U.S. Olympic Committee Elevates Investment In U.S. Paralympians

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - As part of a continued effort to direct more resources to athletes, the United States Olympic Committee board of directors voted today to increase Operation Gold Awards for Paralympic athletes by as much as 400 percent. Paralympians and Olympians will now earn equal payouts for medal performances, and payments will be retroactively distributed to include medals won at the Paralympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018.
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Timmy Hansen Wins Inaugural Nitro Rallycross Event

After two hard fought days of rally racing, Timmy Hansen emerged as the first-ever Nitro Rallycross champion. Mattias Ekstrom finished second and Tanner Foust rounded out the podium.
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Colby Raha wins the first ever Nitro World Games FMX Quarterpipe competition

Colby Raha took home the trophy in the first-ever Nitro World Games FMX Quarterpipe event, after a neck-and-neck final round between him and Axell Hodges. Check out highlights, or watch the entire event:
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Pat Bowden Wins 2018 FMX Best Trick

Pat Bowden landed an enormous Look Back Christ Air Backflip to take home the title at the Nitro World Games 2018 FMX Best Trick competition. Josh Sheehan took second and Adam Jones finished in third place.
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Las Vegas pro cashes in at Sand Hollow Leavitt Group Open

Taylor Montgomery, a former UNLV men’s golf team member, survived a four-man, one-hole playoff on the 18th hole at Sand Hollow Resort to claim the first-place purse and the Leavitt Group’s sponsor exemption into the 2019 Web.Com Tour Utah Championship.
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PGA TOUR Announces New Utah Championship Date for 2019

The Utah Championship will return to Oakridge Country Club located in Farmington, Utah, June 24-30.  This is the third consecutive year the event will take place in Davis County. Past winners of the event include two-time major champions John Daly (1990) and Zach Johnson (2003), two-time PGA TOUR winner Patton Kizzire (2015), Brice Garnett (2017), who won the TOUR's inaugural Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship in March of 2018, and this year's champion, Cameron Champ.
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Team USA Collects Three Medals at U.S. International Classic

U.S. pairs teams Ashley Cain and Timothy LeDuc and Audrey Lu and Misha Mitrofanov claimed the gold and silver medal, respectively, and Jimmy Ma captured the bronze medal in the men's competition at the 2018 U.S. International Figure Skating Classic in Salt Lake City.
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Fields Shaping Up For FMX, NRX Events

We're just days away from the next weekend of competition for the 2018 Nitro World Games. The events set for Sept. 22-23 include two brand-new disciplines in FMX Quarterpipe and Nitro Rallycross and one returning favorite in FMX Best Trick.
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Hales, Paterson Win XTERRA Trail Run National Championship

Brett Hales from Layton, Utah and Lesley Paterson from Scotland won the 14th annual XTERRA Trail Run National Championship half-marathon at Snowbasin Resort this morning.
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Middaugh, Paterson win XTERRA Pan Am Championship

Josiah Middaugh from Eagle-Vail, Colorado and Lesley Paterson from Scotland captured the 15th annual XTERRA Pan American off-road triathlon elite titles on a beautiful morning at Snowbasin Resort near Ogden, Utah on Saturday, September 15, 2018.
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The Countdown Is On: Nitro World Games Returns to Salt Lake City in Less Than Two Weeks

Travis Pastrana and Ken Block look to settle unfinished business while Axell Hodges aims to prove he's the true champ on the world's largest FMX Quarterpipe.
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Travis Pastrana: ‘Rallycross Is Motocross With a Roll Cage’

We are just days away from the inaugural Nitro Rallycross event, a part of the 2018 Nitro World Games set for Sept. 22-23 at the Utah Motorsports Campus outside of Salt Lake City.
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U.S. International Classic Set for Salt Lake City This Week

Over 50 athletes will compete at 2018 U.S. International Classic this week in Salt Lake City at the Salt Lake City Sports Complex. Team USA will send 20 athletes to compete at the event, including Olympian Vincent Zhou, and 2018 World Championships silver medalists Madison Hubbell and Zachary Donohue.
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Tony Finau Selected As Final Captain's Pick To Complete US Ryder Cup Team

U.S. Ryder Cup Captain Jim Furyk named his 12th and final player on Monday, opting for long-hitting Tony Finau to round out the team that will face Europe in the 42nd Ryder Cup at Le Golf National outside Paris Sept. 28-30.
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XTERRA Pan Am Champs Elite Race Preview

More than 30 elites from around the world are scheduled to compete at the XTERRA Pan American / USA Championship race in Ogden, Utah next Saturday, September 15.
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XTERRA Trail Run Nationals Race Preview

On September 16th, some of the best trail runners in the country will gather for one of the most epic races you can imagine. Starting at about 6100 feet and climbing up to 7300 feet, the XTERRA Trail Run National Championship hits all the highlights on its 21K journey along the epic trails at Snowbasin Resort. From twisted singletrack to fast and flat sections to jaw-dropping descents, the XTERRA Trail Run National Championship is as close to a perfect race as you can get.
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World’s Leading Off-Road Triathlon & Trail Running Races Return to Utah for 15th Year

It’s long been said that XTERRA is more than just a race, it’s a lifestyle. Perhaps nowhere is that more evident than in Ogden, Utah where the Mayor, Mike Caldwell, was the founder and race director for the first XTERRA event in Ogden back in 2004.
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Nitro World Games Set To Rev Up The "State of Sport"

Governor Gary Herbert, Utah Sports Commission President & C.E.O. Jeff Robbins, Action Sports Icon Travis Pastrana and Rally Stars Ken Block and Tanner Foust to Preview Third-Annual Action Sports Competition Today – Thursday, August 30 Utah State Capitol 2:00 PM (Check In at 1:15 PM)
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Meet The 25 newest PGA TOUR members

Meet The 25 newest PGA TOUR members, who earned their cards at the Regular Season-ending WinCo Foods Portland Open
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2018 Red Bull Rampage Ticket Packages Announced

Virgin, Utah – Red Bull Rampage, the most challenging event in Freeride Mountain Biking, promises to make the 2018 iteration the greatest spectator and athlete experience in its 13-year history. To ensure spectators have an epic time, expanded options are available to guarantee an unforgettable experience.
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Sepp Kuss completes dominant performance with Tour of Utah victory

Once he decided to blow by the competition one last time, only adding to what will be remembered as the most dominant performance in the history of this event dubbed “America’s Toughest Stage Race,” the wheels of Sepp Kuss rode beyond four giant chalk letters inscribed onto the road on Empire Pass.
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Stephen Curry paired with 2018 Utah Championship Winner Cameron Champ at Ellie Mae Classic

HAYWARD, Calif. – The Web.com Tour announced that 2018 National Basketball Association (NBA) Champion and Golden State Warriors All-Star Guard Stephen Curry will make his much-anticipated return to professional golf Thursday beginning at 9:06 a.m. PT at the Ellie Mae Classic at TPC Stonebrae.
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McCabe ekes out Tour of Utah Stage 1 win in Cedar City

CEDAR CITY — Travis McCabe of UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team sprinted to a first-place finish in Stage 1 of the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah Tuesday afternoon, edging out dozens of riders in the peloton who crossed the line within seconds of McCabe. McCabe’s winning time for the day’s 101-mile race was 4 hours, 17 minutes, 5 seconds, a time that was shared by the top 73 riders in the peloton, or main group of racers.
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Transplant games underway in Salt Lake City

The Transplant Games are underway, right here in Salt Lake City. The opening ceremony taking place at Smith’s Ballpark on Friday evening. They’re described as the Olympics for organ recipients and donors.
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Utah's First Elite Ultimate Frisbee Tournament

The Utah Ultimate Disc Association (UUDA) is proud to host the 2018 Select Flight Invite, Utah’s first USA Ultimate (USAU) Triple Crown Tour tournament; this event will feature the highest level of national competition in the ever-growing field sport of Ultimate Frisbee.
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Days of '47 Rodeo ends with thrills, big payout

SALT LAKE CITY — On Pioneer Day, 70 cowboys and cowgirls competed for their shot at gold in front of a big crowd at the Days of ’47 Cowboy Games and Rodeo, held at the Utah State Fair Park. Participants, which qualified for the gold medal round in the four previous days of the rodeo, rode in their respective events for a shot at $50,000 and a gold medal — the prize given to the first-place winners.
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2019 Snowboard, Freestyle and Freeski World Champs to Showcase New Winter Olympic Sports

The IOC has today announced that seven new winter sports will be incorporated into the 2022 Olympic Winter Games in Beijing, China, four of which are FIS (International Ski Federation) events that will all be on show at the 2019 Snowboard, Freestyle and Freeski World Championships, taking place in Utah in February 2019.
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Red Bull Announces Date for 2018 Rampage

The date has been set for the 2018 edition of the biggest show in freeride mountain biking: Red Bull Rampage returns to the Utah desert on October 26th. This fall, 21 of the world's greatest freeriders will transform the unforgiving terrain of southern Utah into descending lines of form and function, with the goal of displaying the kind of riding that will place them at the top of the podium at one of the most arduous tests of fortitude on two wheels. 
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Cameron Champ wins Utah Championship, secures first PGA TOUR card

FARMINGTON, Utah – After taking the first-round lead at the Web.com Tour’s Utah Championship presented by Zions Bank, Tour rookie Cameron Champ said his goal for the week was simply to put together two solid rounds of play. Recently plagued by second-round stagnation, Champ wanted to break through in the Beehive State and begin putting himself in a good place to earn his first Tour title.
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Champ extends lead after 36 holes at Utah Championship presented by Zions Bank

FARMINGTON, UTAH – After taking the 18-hole lead Thursday at the Utah Championship presented by Zions Bank, Cameron Champ said his biggest goal for the week was to put an end to his streak of stagnating in the second round. With another round in the books in Farmington, Utah, it’s safe to say Champ took his own goal to heart, posting a second-round 7-under 64 to extend his lead to three strokes heading into Saturday. Sitting three strokes back of Champ is Steven Ihm, who is making just his seventh start on Tour this week.
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Pioneer of progress is all about the State of Sport

(KUTV) — The Days of 47 Pioneers of Progress honors the best of the best in Utah. This years Pioneer of Progress for Sports has spent a lifetime preparing for his role in helping to make Utah, the State of Sport.
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FARMINGTON, Utah – Just one week after taking the first-round lead at the LECOM Health Challenge, Web.com Tour rookie Cameron Champ was back at it again, carding a 10-under 61 in the first round of the Utah Championship presented by Zions Bank to pick up his third 18-hole lead of the season.
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2018 Web.com Tour Utah Championship Tees Off Today at Oakridge Country Club

22 of the current Top 25 players on the money list will be competing for the $700,000 prize purse at Oakridge Country Club
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Few things are as nerve-wracking as Monday qualifying on the Web.com Tour

Ex-USU golfer Seokwon Jeon is the only Utahn advancing to Oakridge this week
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RSL draws 1-1 with Eintracht Frankfurt after last-gasp concession

Real Salt Lake, moments away from beating Eintracht Frankfurt in their now-annual international friendly, conceded late on from a corner kick for a 1-1 draw
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Real Salt Lake Hosts German Cup Champs Eintracht Frankfurt Tuesday Night at Rio Tinto Stadium

For the third consecutive season, Real Salt Lake (9-8-2, 29 pts., 4th West) hosts a high-profile international friendly atRio Tinto Stadium, welcoming German Cup champions Eintracht Frankfurt on Tuesday for an 8:00 p.m. MT kickoff. Following in the recent Utah footsteps of Manchester United (2017) and Internazionale Milano (2016), Eintracht Frankfurt – featuring former USMNT player Timmy Chandler – arrived in Utah on Saturday, spending most of the week at the club’s Zions Bank Real Academy Training Center in preparation for their U.S. tour. Tickets for Tuesday’s match remain available at www.RSL.com/Tickets.  
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Power Rankings: Utah Championship presented by Zions Bank

Players descend upon Oakridge Country Club in Farmington, Utah outside of Salt Lake City this week, where the first hole upon making the turn provided the toughest test last season. The 517-yard, par-4 10th played as one of the 20 toughest holes on Tour last year.
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Web.com Tour’s Utah Championship announces partnership with Tony Finau Foundation in support of aspiring professionals

The Web.com Tour’s Utah Championship presented by Zions Bank, hosted by the Utah Sports Commission, will partner with the Tony Finau Foundation to support aspiring professional golfers from Utah. Along with other PGA TOUR players from Utah, Finau will provide resources and help develop young, talented players who may not have the financial means to chase their golf dreams. The Utah Championship will also direct a portion of its charitable proceeds to help fund the Foundation’s efforts.
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Ellison and Brown Clinch Mixed Team Gold Victory at World Cup Salt Lake

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – In one of the most exciting matches of the whole weekend, Olympic duo Brady Ellison and Mackenzie Brown rocked a gold medal victory in the mixed team final to close out World Cup Salt Lake.
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Davis County Blog: Web.com Tour Utah Championship

The Utah Championship will be held at Oakridge Country Club on July 12-15, 2018, with all four rounds broadcast live on Golf Channel. We’re proud to have this professional sporting event in Davis County. We invite the community to attend or get involved by volunteering! Find out all the details in this blog.
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Nitro World Games Returns to Salt Lake City With Exciting New Competition Disciplines

The world’s premier action sport competition is heading back to Salt Lake City in 2018 with the exciting addition of two new sport disciplines! Nitro Rallycross and all-new FMX Quarterpipe to debut.
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Celebrate Olympic Day on June 23 at Utah Olympic Park

1 of 2,000+ nationwide events celebrating the birth of the modern Olympic Games
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Tenacity Project Announces Their First Annual "LAX Elevated" Showcase Lacrosse Recruiting Camp in Salt Lake City

The Tenacity Project, a non-profit organization serving regions across the western United States with the mission to empower girls through sports, announces the launch of their first annual "Lax Elevated" showcase lacrosse recruiting camp in Salt Lake City, UT. 
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Champions Crowned at 2018 Far West Presidents Cup

The 2018 Far West Presidents Cup came to an exciting conclusion on Sunday in Salt Lake City, Utah, as 14 teams claimed titles. Not only did those sides step off the Salt Lake City Regional Athletic Complex fields as Far West Presidents Cup Champions, but the 13U-18U Boys and Girls title winners also secured berths to the 2018 US Youth Soccer National Presidents Cup, which will be played July 11-15 at the Grand Park Sports Complex in Westfield, Ind.
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United Bid Selected to Host the 2026 FIFA World Cup™

NEW YORK (June 13, 2018) - The United Bid of Canada, Mexico, and the United States was selected to host the 2026 FIFA World Cup™ earlier today by the 68th FIFA Congress in Moscow. For the first time in history, FIFA's Member Associations were given the opportunity to vote on the host for the FIFA World Cup™ .
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Archery World Cup Returns to Salt Lake City this June

The 2018 Hyundai Archery World Cup circuit returns to Salt Lake City for the third leg this June 19-24. The Archery World Cup consists of four stages and a Final for the top eight archers in each of four divisions. The Easton Foundations is honored to welcome hundreds of the world’s greatest archery talents to the Easton Salt Lake Archery Center for this fun and exciting event that is also open to the public.
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Morgan Header Gives WNT 1-0 Victory vs. China in First of Two-Game Series

Morgan gets team-leading sixth goal and Megan Rapinoe records team-leading sixth assist of 2018; Alyssa Naeher earned 15th career shutout; Amy Rodrigues earned first cap with the WNT since April 6, 2017
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2018 Tour of Utah Stage Routes Have Been Announced

Stage routes have been announced for the 2018 Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah. Get all the details about every stage available on on Tour of Utah website.
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Gallery: USWNT Continues Prep Ahead of Friendlies VS. China PR

The U.S. Women's National Team is training in preparation for two upcoming friendlies vs. China PR, set to take place on June 7 at Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy, Utah (9 p.m. ET; FS1 & UDN) and June 12 at FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland, Ohio (3 p.m. ET; ESPN2 & UDN)
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AJGA's Rolex Girls Junior Championship Golf Tournament To Be Held At Promontory Club in Utah

Park City’s Exclusive Private Community to Host World’s Top 72 Girl Players on Its Award-Winning Pete Dye Canyon Course
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Talented Returnees Highlight 24-Player WNT Roster for China PR Friendlies

U.S. Women’s National Team head coach Jill Ellis named 24 players to the preliminary roster for two friendly matches in June against China PR. The games will take place on Thursday, June 7 at Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy, Utah, Presented by Cutter Insect Repellent (7 p.m. MT / 9 pm ET; FS1, UDN) and Tuesday, June 12 at FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland (7 p.m. ET; ESPN2). Ellis will name 18 players to suit up for each of the matches.
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Utah will host 2018 American Classic and Hopes Classic

Tickets go on sale today for women’s gymnastics competitions. The 2018 Hopes Classic and the American Classic are scheduled for Friday, July 6, and Saturday, July 7, at the Jon M. Huntsman Center on the University of Utah campus in Salt Lake City. The Huntsman Center is partnering with the Utah Sports Commission to play host to the two-day event.
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World Championships to Highlight 15 Events in Utah

The world’s best snowboard, freeski and freestyle athletes are headed to Utah next February for the International Ski Federation’s (FIS) World Championships. The schedule was approved last week by the FIS Council for the February 1-10, 2019 event. Three of Utah’s world-renowned resorts – Deer Valley Resort, Park City Mountain and Solitude Mountain Resort – will play host to what is expected to be the strongest World Championships ever attracting over 700 athletes from 36 nations.
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Becky Sauerbrunn, Amy Rodriquez, and Abby Smith Called Up For USWNT International Friendly Against China

U.S. Soccer Calls Three URFC Members to Represent Team USA for June Friendlies at Rio Tinto Stadium in Utah, and FirstEnergy Stadium in Ohio.
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Close Calls and New Champions at Crossfit Regionals

The Europe, East and South Regions send their best to the Games. By Brittney Saline:
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USWNT to Face China PR in Utah, Presented by Cutter®, on June 7

The U.S. Women’s National Team will face China PR in a summer friendly match, the first presented by Cutter® Insect Repellent on Thursday, June 7 at Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy, Utah (7 p.m. MT on FS1). The match at Rio Tinto Stadium will mark the first appearance for the U.S. WNT in Utah since the establishment of the Utah Royals FC, the newest team in the National Women’s Soccer League. Utah and Major League Soccer club Real Salt Lake calls Rio Tinto Stadium home. TICKETS:
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Michigan State Wins First MCLA National Championship Title

SALT LAKE CITY – Charlie Pistner scored four goals and the Michigan State defense held Chapman to its lowest goal total of the season as the Spartans won the 2018 MCLA Division I National Championships powered by Under Armour with a 10-8 win over the Panthers.
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Bison Win Title in Double OT at MCLA National Championships

SALT LAKE CITY – Ryan Stover drove in from the right side and scored with 1:39 left in the second overtime period, giving North Dakota State the 2018 MCLA Division II National Championship powered by Under Armour.
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Video: 2018 Utah Olympian & Paralympian Homecoming

The 7th Annual Governor's State of Sport Awards honored and celebrated Utah’s Olympians and Paralympians. Athletes share their thoughts about getting to train in Utah and special guest, Olympian Shaun White recalls his 2018 PyeongChang Run.
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Dallas-Fort Worth and Cleveland Skating Club win 2018 Arena Nationals

A new women’s champion and the event’s first repeat winners emerged on the final day of the 2018 USA Curling Arena National Championships in Salt Lake City.
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Sanders, Findlay win St. George Ironman

Sanders won the Ironman 70.3 St. George triathlon in a course-record 3:41:11 on Saturday. It was his second win in St. George after winning the race in 2016 as well. Germany’s Sebastian Kienle took second with a time of 3:42:38. Austria's Michael Weiss came in third, finishing the course in 3:43:14.
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Men's Collegiate Lacrosse Association (MCLA) is Coming to Salt Lake City

For the first time in its 22 years, the Men's Collegiate Lacrosse Association (MCLA) will be bringing all 32 of its national participants to Salt Lake City for the 2018 MCLA National Championships powered by Under Armour.
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Streams to All MCLA National Championship D-I First Round Contests

The 2018 MCLA National Championships powered by Under Armour begins on Monday, May 17th with four rounds of four games at the Salt Lake City Regional Athletic Complex. Find the streams for all eight Division I games.
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Marvin Musquin Dominates Salt Lake City, Jason Anderson Finishes 17th

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IRONMAN 70.3 St. George set to dazzle, inspire May 5

St. George, Utah (April 30, 2018) – It has become a rite of spring in Southern Utah. Thousands of triathletes, ranging from first-time participants to professional world champions, attack the IRONMAN 70.3 St. George race with gusto while simultaneously enthralled by the natural visual delights surrounding them.
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7th Annual Governor's State of Sport Awards Honors Utah's Athletes

Salt Lake City, UT, April 19, 2018 - Eleven of Utah's most accomplished athletes and coaches for the 2017 calendar year were honored Wednesday evening at the 2018 Governor's State of Sport Awards, hosted by the Utah Sports Commission and presented by Zions Bank. 
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Format Changes Coming To 2018 Monster Energy Supercross Championship Races at Rice-Eccles Stadium

(Salt Lake City, UT) – Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, returns to bring the world’s premier off-road motorcycle racing championship series back to Salt Lake City on Saturday, April 28th – marking the 16th round (and final race before wrapping up the season in Las Vegas) of the most exciting racing season of all-time as a new era of competition will change the battleground forever with several new format changes to the most competitive and highest-profile motorcycle racing championship in the world that has entertained millions of fans for 43 years!
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LA Kings will play a preseason game on September 24th at Vivint Smart Home Arena in Salt Lake City

The LA Kings will play a preseason game on September 24th at Vivint Smart Home Arena in Salt Lake City, Utah against the Vancouver Canucks in the "Salt Lake Shootout". Tickets for the game are on sale now
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#StateofSportAwards Makes Honoree Announcements

Get to know the 2018 #StateofSportAwards honorees
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18 most memorable Paralympic moments from PyeongChang

The 2018 Winter Paralympics from PyeongChang were filled with spectacular finishes and special moments for Team USA. The U.S. finished on top of the medal standings, bringing home 36 Paralympic medals in all. We picked out the best 18 moments from Pyeongchang.
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Olympic & Paralympic Exploratory Committee Report

With tremendous community interest in the Olympic Games that has thrived since 2002, Utah’s leaders formed the Olympic and Paralympic Exploratory Committee (OEC) to determine if Utah should pursue a bid to host a future Games.This report reflects the findings of the OEC over an intense five-month evaluation of the opportunity to host the Games in 2030.
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Huckaby, Schultz Crowned Paralympic Champions In PyeongChang

PYEONGCHANG, South Korea – Team USA’s newest stars rose to the occasion in PyeongChang as the U.S. captured six medals on the first day of snowboard-cross competition on Monday. Four medals came from athletes making their Paralympic debut, led by Brenna Huckaby (Salt Lake City, Utah) and Mike Schultz (St. Cloud, Minnesota) who took home gold.
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Sights and Sounds: The Opening Ceremony of 2018 Paralympic Games

10 days of competition at the 2018 PyeongChang Paralympic Games kicked off on Friday with the Opening Ceremony, which aired live on NBCSN at 6 a.m. ET. The Opening Ceremony was held at the PyeongChang Olympic Stadium in the venue hub known as the Mountain Cluster. The Olympic Stadium, which seats 35,000 people, also hosted the Opening and Closing Ceremonies of the PyeongChang Winter Olympics in February.
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U.S. Juniors To Skate On Home Ice At World Junior Speed Skating Championships

The world’s top junior skaters will compete at the Utah Olympic Oval from March 9-11 at the ISU World Junior Speed Skating Championships.
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2018 Winter Paralympics TV and live stream schedule

Watch live streams and get TV listings and schedule information for the 2018 Winter Paralympics in PyeongChang
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Real Salt Lake christens $78 million academy complex, high school in Herriman

HERRIMAN — Real Salt Lake’s academy complex, training center and high school is officially open for business.
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2018 U.S. Paralympic Team Named

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – U.S. Paralympics, a division of the United States Olympic Committee, today announced the 2018 U.S. Paralympic Team that will compete in the upcoming Paralympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018, March 9-18, in South Korea. The 74-member team, which includes six guides for visually impaired athletes, is comprised of 20 women and 54 men
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Best moments at the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics

The Winter Olympics last two and a half weeks, but the moments last a lifetime. The 2018 Games were nothing short of exciting, with plenty of history made in PyeongChang. These are the best of the unforgettable moments.
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U.S. ends 42-year Olympic cross-country medal drought with historic gold

Jessie Diggins knew it was time to make a move if she wanted to end the United States' 42-year cross-country Olympic medal drought.
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Women's Team Pursuit Captures First U.S. Women's Speed Skating Medal In 16 Years

Heather Bergsma (High Point, N.C.), Brittany Bowe (Ocala, Fla.), Mia Manganello (Crestview, Fla.) and Carlijn Schoutens (Heemstede, Netherlands) made history on Wednesday night from the Gangneung Oval, earning the first medal for the U.S. women long track team in 16 years. The trio of Bergsma, Bowe and Manganello took down Canada in the bronze medal race to bring home Team USA’s first Olympic medal in the women’s Team Pursuit.
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Utah Royals FC unveils inaugural season slate

2018 NWSL Season Tickets + April 14 Home Opener at Rio Tinto Stadium NOW On Sale;
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With nothing to lose, Salt Lake's Nathan Chen risks it all and finds redemption

I just allowed myself to completely forget about expectations and just allow myself to be myself. I am glad I was able to show myself, and show everyone, that I can bounce back from a bad performance. And honestly, I am human. I make mistakes.
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Triple Crown Volleyball NIT's 435 Teams To Take Over Salt Lake City

The sixth edition of the Triple Crown Volleyball NIT takes over nearly every square inch of the Salt Palace Convention Center, with match action running from Feb. 17-19 as more than 435 teams descend on Salt Lake City from around the nation.
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How A Home Olympics In Salt Lake City Inspired A Generation Of Team USA Athletes Competing At The 2018 Games

When Salt Lake City hosted the 2002 Olympic Winter Games, halfpipe snowboarder Kelly Clark won a gold medal in her Olympic debut. On the other side of the country in West Dover, Vermont, an 8-year-old Devin Logan watched her hometown hero compete.
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For Utah’s Pyeongchang Olympians, 2002 lit their fire within

Sixteen years later, Salt Lake City’s Winter Games have been a catalyst for a new generation of Utah athletes via Salt Lake Tribune, (photo courtesy Alice Chen) A young Nathan Chen, seen here at the Salt Lake City Sports Complex, skates with his sister, Alice, and older brother Colin.
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A Golden Opportunity?: Weighing Another Olympic Bid for Utah

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (News4Utah) – Could Utah get another Winter games in 2030? The deadline for submissions was Thursday, February 1. So, would hosting the Olympics again, 28 years later, be a good thing for most Utahns?
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Photo Album: 2018 Bouldering Open National Championship

See top rank competitors and who topped the podium at the 2018 Bouldering Open National Championship. Photos by Greg Mionske Photography
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It's crunch time in the effort to bring the Winter Olympics back to Utah.

On Monday, the Olympic Exploratory Committee held a meeting at the University of Utah where they updated the effort to get the 2026 or 2030 Winter Games.
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Salt Lake could host Winter Olympics for less than cost of its 2002 Games, says committee

Salt Lake could host a future Winter Olympics for less than it cost to put on the 2002 games here, according to the first budget estimate completed by the Salt Lake Olympic Exploratory Committee.
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Canada's Mikael Kingsbury makes history in Deer Valley

One of the most storied venues in freestyle skiing saw a little more history made on its slopes on Wednesday night when Mikael Kingsbury (CAN) claimed his 12th-straight victory and the 47th of his career to become the all-time leader in mogul skiing wins.
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2018 Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah host communities

For the first time ever the Tour of Utah is heading to City of St. George in 2018 for a prologue.
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Deer Valley Hosts Visa Freestyle International

The world’s best moguls and aerials skiers are taking flight over Deer Valley Resort in Park City, Utah this week for the 20th-anniversary edition of the Visa Freestyle International. Athletes will compete in two single mogul World Cup events Jan. 10 and 11, followed by aerials on Jan. 12.
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USA Climbing Returns to Salt Lake City for Bouldering National Championships

USA Climbing is returning to the Salt Palace Convention Center for two weeks for their Bouldering National Championships. On February 2nd & 3rd, the Salt Palace will host USA Climbing's Bouldering Open National Championship.
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Everything To Know About The U.S. Olympic Team Trials For Nordic Combined & Ski Jumping

Few winter sports mix agility and endurance like Nordic combined, which merges ski jumping with cross-country skiing in a contest whose roots extend back to the 19th century. Both of the attributes needed to excel in the sport will be on full display at the U.S. Olympic Team Trials for Nordic Combined & Ski Jumping Dec. 30-31 at the Utah Olympic Park in Park City, Utah.
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Final Skaters Named To U.S. Olympic Team As Short Track Trials Conclude

The U.S. Olympic Team Trials - Short Track concluded today from the Utah Olympic Oval with the men’s and women’s 1000m. John-Henry Krueger (Pittsburgh, Pa.) completed his sweep of the men’s individual distances, winning the men’s 1000m, while Lana Gehring (Glenview, Ill.) won the women’s 1000m.
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Maame Biney, J.R. Celski & Aaron Tran Punch Their Tickets To PyeongChang

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Established Names Headline Olympic Trials With Youngsters On The Rise

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42 National Champions Crowned on Final Day of 2017 USA Boxing Championships

The night began with 10 exciting “undercard” bouts consisting of junior and youth matchups, which saw Angel Martinez (Rockford, Ill.) take his second Youth National Championship, as well as Miguel Santana (Tampa, Fl
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Farmington, Utah Business Wins Grand Prize Worth $25,000 In Annual 'Web.com Small Business of the Tour' Awards

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Real Salt Lake Owner Dell Loy Hansen Opens First of Eight Youth Academy Training Centers

SANDY/LOGAN, Utah (Monday, December 4, 2017) – Real Salt Lake owner Dell Loy Hansen – joined by RSL MF Luke Mulholland, DF Justen Glad, North Logan City Mayor Lloyd Berentzen, Real Youth Academy President Jake Haueter and RSL Youth Academy Technical Director Will Rader – announced today that the club's North Logan Regional Training Facility is now officially open following today's ribbon-cutting ceremony.
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Utah Royals FC unveils name, identity for 2018 NWSL season

Real Salt Lake’s 2018 National Women’s Soccer League entry – unveiled its name and identity, as well as details and pricing for the club’s inaugural NWSL season at Rio Tinto Stadium, kicking off in the heart of the Wasatch on Saturday, April 14.
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Salt Lake City Selected As Host For 2020 Junior and Cadet World Championships

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (Nov. 28, 2017) On Saturday, the Federation Internationale d'Escrime selected Salt Lake City to host the 2020 Junior and Cadet World Championships during its annual Congress in Dubai.
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Poll shows strong statewide support for hosting future Olympic Winter Games

Olympic/Paralympic Exploratory Committee (OEC) discusses state’s readiness to host games during initial meeting
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Salt Lake Olympic Exploratory Committee wants to do better than ‘to just break even’ on a potential bid for 2026 or 2030 Games

By Aaron Falk — Whenever the possibility of hosting another Winter Olympics comes up, Utah leaders are quick to repeat their slogan, that they are “ready, willing and able.” More importantly, though, they want to be ready, willing and profitable.
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Defending title holder Jamie Greubel Poser takes first win of the season in Park City

Park City (RWH): The defending World Cup holder Jamie Greubel Poser of the USA has celebrated her first win of the Olympic season in Park City.
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World Champion Johannes Lochner wins 4-Man Bobsleigh World Cup in Park City

Park City (RWH): The World Champion Johannes Lochner of Germany has won the second 4-man bobsleigh race at the BMW IBSF World Cup in Park City (USA). Along with his brake team – made up of Marc Rademacher, Christopher Weber and Christian Rasp.
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National Women's Soccer League is coming to Utah

The highest level of professional women's soccer in the world - the National Women's Soccer League, featuring the best players from around the globe - has now arrived at the RioT. Watch press conference:
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US Speedskating Announces Short Track Olympic Team Trials Provisional Athletes

U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Short Track Speedskating tickets now on-sale at all Smith’s Tix locations
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Utah Olympic Park to host BMW IBSF Bobsled and Skeleton World Cup

In partnership with the International Bobsled and Skeleton Federation (IBSF), Utah Olympic Park will host the BMW IBSF Bobsled and Skeleton World Cup on Friday, November 17 and Saturday, November 18. Athletes will compete for a World Cup title on sliding track used in the 2002 Olympic Winter Games.  Admission for spectators is free.
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New North American Survey Shows Broad Support For United Bid To Host 2026 FIFA World Cup

As Bid Moves into New Phase, more than Three Quarters of Adults in North America are in Favor of Hosting the 2026 FIFA World Cup™
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U.S. Olympic Trials broadcast schedule

The Olympic Trials broadcasts will be for curling, hockey, ski jumping, short track and speed skating.
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Antoine Bizet Wins People's Choice Run presented by Utah Sports Commission

Watch Antoine Bizet as he rocked a crowd-roaring run earning himself the People's Choice award at the 2017 Red Bull Rampage. Take a ride along as he stomps a double backflip.
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Kurt Sorge Wins Red Bull Rampage 2017

VIRGIN, Utah — Red Bull Rampage has come to an end and Kurt Sorge has emerged victorious. Check out the full list of results below and stay tuned for a full rundown of photos and videos from Utah.
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2017 Huntsman World Senior Games conclude in style

ST. GEORGE – The Huntsman World Senior Games came to an end for another year Saturday in Utah’s Dixie, with an eye-popping number of participants taking part in the annual sports-fest.
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Building Has Begun at Red Bull Rampage 2017

VIRGIN, Utah — The time for waiting is over. Red Bull Rampage 2017 has arrived and finally the sounds of shovels and picks breaking ochre earth in Zion National Park, Utah are echoing around its high cliff walls. So what's going on now that boots are on the ground?!
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Olympic/Paralympic Exploratory Committee (OEC)

Utah forms Olympic/Paralympic Exploratory Committee to examine whether Utah is ready, willing and able to host future Olympic/Paralympic Winter Games
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Utah forms Olympic/Paralympic Exploratory Committee

SALT LAKE CITY (October 16, 2017) - A group of elected officials, business leaders and community leaders took an important step toward potentially hosting a future Olympic Winter Games, announcing the formation of an official Olympic/Paralympic Exploratory Committee (OEC).
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United Bid Committee Moves to Next State of Bid Process For 2026 FIFA World Cup

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Utah Championship Signs Three-Year Extension with Oakridge Country Club

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Mendez, Paterson win XTERRA Pan Am Championship

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Nathan Chen, Max Aaron Top Podium At U.S. International Figure Skating Classic

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World's leading Off-Road Triathlon & Trail Running Races return to Ogden

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Fort-One Cities Across Canada, Mexico, and the United States Submit Bids to Serve As Host Cities in United Bid for 2026 FIFA World CUP

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