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April 30, 2021
ESW May 14, 2021 Weekly News Report
AWARDS USA Triathlon, Elk Grove Village Present 4 Star Endurance With Entrepreneur/Business Plan of the Year Award ESW USA Triathlon Announces Winners of 2020 Multisport Awards Presented by Wahoo Fitness ESW BUSINESS USA Cycling releases details of Inclusion Conference ESW TSG Consumer Partners to Sell Stake in Nuun to Nestlé Health Science Businesswire Credit Union Cherry Blossom...
March 18, 2021
Dick Hoyt, who ran 32 Boston Marathons while pushing his son, dies at 80
Dick Hoyt, who competed in 32 Boston Marathons while pushing his son, Rick, in a custom racing chair, has died at the age of 80, according to the Boston Athletic Association. Hoyt died Wednesday morning of heart failure. Boston 25 News
March 8, 2021
Trek-Segafredo to donate Strade Bianche prize money to women’s cycling projects
Following the great prize money debate of Omloop Het Nieuwsblad, fans raised €26,668 for the women’s prize purse for Strade Bianche. The money is to be given directly to the top 5 riders of the opening WorldTour event of 2021. Cycling Tips
February 10, 2021
Sponsor-A-Song: the new way to fundraise
This new fundraising platform allows your friends and family to create a running playlist for you while supporting a worthy cause. Canadian Running
January 4, 2021
The Best of the Best: Endurance Sportswire Announces Its Most Popular Press Releases and Industry News Items of 2020
San Diego, Calif. – As we embark upon 2021, Endurance Sportswire has put together a list of its most viewed press releases and industry news items over the past year. Congratulations go to iFit. Thanks to SEO and a great news topic, the company's press release was opened 4,021 times....
August 11, 2020
Total of US$9m to delivered to swimming community in pandemic support
USA Swimming, the national governing body for the sport of swimming in the US, concluded its COVID-19 Relief Program with a second round of funding to member clubs on August 11 – with an amount of US$1,524,253. Nearly twice the number of clubs applied for grants in the second round,...
July 16, 2020
Cancelled Marathons Spark Innovative Fundraising
The cancellations of marathons have hit many nonprofit organizations hard, since marathons served as a major source of funding. As nonprofit orgs try to fill the gaps of lost funds, fundraisers are getting creative and thinking of alternative approaches. Read more on NPQ.
June 4, 2020
Black leaders in the running community talk brands, mental health, safety, and more
Amid anguish across the country, runners opened discussions and made their miles more meaningful on Global Running Day this year. Read more on Women's Running.
March 19, 2020
Under Armour announces $2M donation to support those impacted by the coronavirus pandemic
The company said it will split the donation between a pair of nonprofit organizations. Feeding America will receive a donation of $1 million and another $1 million in money and product will go to Good Sports. Under Armour announced that it will close all North American stores from March 16-28. The company, according to...
March 18, 2020
Nike commits $15M toward COVID-19 fight — Including personal donations from new and former CEOs
Nike has pledged over $15 million to fight the virus — including $10 million in contributions Phil Knight, co-founder and chairman emeritus, Mark Parker, former CEO and current executive chairman of the and John Donahue, the firm’s new president and CEO. The executives and their families are donating $1 million to the...