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Division I Men's Basketball Committee selects future Final Four sites

The NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Committee selected four sites to host the 2027-2030 Men's Final Fours, mixing in a city that by the end of the decade will have tied the record for most Men's Final Fours hosted in the history of the event with three o

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NCAA Women's Final Four host cities for 2027-31 announced; Columbus, Dallas, Indianapolis, Portland and San Antonio selected

The NCAA Division I Women's Basketball Committee announced the five cities selected to host the NCAA Women's Final Four from 2027 through 2031. The cities include four past hosts and one new location, with Columbus, Ohio (Nationwide Arena) chosen to host

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Athletes Unlimited Basketball Heads to Dallas for 2023 Season

The second season of Athletes Unlimited Basketball will take place from February 22 to March 26, 2023, with all games taking place at Fair Park Coliseum in Dallas, Texas.

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On sale dates for 2023 NCAA Women's Final Four and Women's Basketball Championship regional tickets announced

Tickets to the 2023 NCAA Women's Final Four will go on sale to the public on Sept. 30, while championship regional tickets will be available for purchase on Oct. 20.

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Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson partners with Dallas Sports Commission to create Mayor's Youth Ticket Program

Mayor Eric Johnson on Monday unveiled the Mayor's Youth Sports Ticket Program, a partnership created to provide opportunities to the city's youth to attend — for free — area professional, collegiate, and amateur sporting events.

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Dallas Named a Host City of FIFA World Cup 2026™

North Texas region selected as one of 16 host cities among three countries; AT&T Stadium a primary venue for games.

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Today, the World Rugby Council voted to officially select the United States as the host nation of the 2031 Men's Rugby World Cup and the 2033 Women's Rugby World Cup.

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WrestleMania Shatters Attendance and Revenue Record

WWE® (NYSE: WWE) announced that WrestleMania 38 became WWE's highest-grossing and most-attended event in company history.

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Dave Brown Named 42nd Cotton Bowl Athletic Association Chairman

Dave Brown, Chief Operating Officer and General Manager of the American Airlines Center in Dallas, has been elected to a two-year term as Chairman of the Cotton Bowl Athletic Association (CBAA), which oversees the Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic, and Cotton

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PTO to Host First U.S. Triathlon Tour Event in Irving, Texas

The Professional Triathletes Organization will host its first PTO Tour event in the United States – The PTO USA Open – in partnership with USA Triathlon, the Dallas Sports Commission and the City of Irving. The event will staged September 17–18 in Las Col

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