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2016 World Yo-Yo contest will bring 1,000 competitors and $1.5 million to Cleveland
Cleveland Clinic Sports Health provides this NEOCycle post-race training tip.
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.