It’s game on in Raleigh, N.C., for all kinds of exciting sporting events hosted by a range of world-class venues like PNC Arena, Capital City BMX and the Raleigh Convention Center. Read all about the amazing opportunities available in Greater Raleigh and jump back into planning your world-class event with Jocelyn O’Sullivan, sports sales manager at the Greater Raleigh Sports Alliance.
This year, SportsEvents is bringing all things tricks, treats, and more right to your social media feed! We will cover legendary sports folklore and even get insights on the SportsEvents staff’s favorite fall treats for those trick plays on Saturdays!
I’m sure by now all of us have heard enough about the frequently discussed arm jab of the century. But there is one very important topic we still need to discuss: will vaccine passports be the new standard at all sporting events and conferences?
Experts say that rivalries are healthy and add an exciting edge to sports that grows over time. But what happens when rivalries turn bad, and what can we do as fans, spectators, and organizers to help rivalries from getting out of hand?
Around a month ago, I penned a blog post surrounding the topic of the COVID-19 vaccine and youth sports. In that blog, I mentioned possible circumstances due to the vaccine now made eligible for youth ages 12 and up.
Well, that comment aged.
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