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Teams from more than 10 countries planning to travel to Cleveland for 11th Annual Youth Sports Festival
Sports Commission staff and volunteers from GE Lighting to build 120 bikes for the Urban Youth Initiative.
Time to get registered for another great weekend of cycling!
President & CEO David Gilbert talked about Cleveland's prospects of hosting future All-Star Games and how the city is preparing for the RNC.
A major event with a major cause is just 75 days from beginning in Cleveland.
Six events to bring nearly $19 million in economic activity in coming months
Special moments take center stage at the Sports Awards
Jan. 28 celebration of Cleveland sports to honor the best and brightest from 2015.
Cleveland native and Heisman Trophy winner to host the annual fundraiser at Renaissance Cleveland Hotel
One of Cleveland's iconic structures transforms for the Cleveland Boxing Invitational.
Urban cycling festival expected draw nearly 4,000 registered cyclists and tens of thousands of spectators and attendees while infusing $400,000 into the local economy this weekend.
Join thousands of riders for Cleveland's most unique cycling experience
The Speedbumps & The Modern Electric also top bill for NEOCycle Music Fest
The event has brought 25,000-plus athletes and nearly $28 million of economic activity to Northeast Ohio
For the ninth consecutive year, USA Wrestling's ASICS UWW Cadet & University Nationals will bring $1 million of economic activity to Northeast Ohio.
The NCAA Men’s Division I Midwest Regional at Quicken Loans Arena infused an estimated $10 million into the local economy.
For the staff and interns of the Greater Cleveland Sports Commission, the 15th Annual Sports Awards and a website redesign consumed the first three weeks of 2015.
A sold-out crowd of over 1,200 joined emcee Eddie George to honor Greater Cleveland’s top athletes at the 15th Annual Greater Cleveland Sports Awards Thursday night.
The two-day event is expected to involve around 2,000 riders and create $200,000 of economic activity in its first year. NEOCycle will also promote Cleveland's emergent cycling-friendly attributes, healthy and active lifestyles, and many of Cleveland's outstanding natural and man-made resources.