U.S. National Whitewater Center
The U.S. National Whitewater Center (USNWC) is dedicated to the promotion of the active lifestyle. Since 2006, the USNWC has been promoting access to the outdoors for all levels of participants through its 30+ land and water-based activities, outdoor instruction and certification programs, festivals, races, films, and various outdoor events throughout the year. Whether you visit the Center’s 1,300 acres on the Catawba River or engage in the brand’s mission through one of our off-site initiatives, the USNWC empowers guests to play, relax, and learn outside.
Colorado Springs, CO
USA Swimming is the national governing body for competitive swimming in the United States. It is charged with selecting the United States Olympic Swimming team and any other teams which officially represent the United States, as well as the overall organization and operation of the sport within the country, in accordance with the Amateur Sports Act. The national headquarters is located at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
American Council on Exercise
San Diego, CA
Founded in 1985, the American Council on Exercise (ACE) is a nonprofit organization committed to America's health and wellbeing. Over the past 30 years, we have become an established resource for health and fitness professionals, and the public, providing comprehensive, unbiased research and validating ourselves as the country's trusted authority on health and fitness.
National Sports Center Foundation
The National Sports Center is a 600-acre multi-sport complex located in Blaine, Minnesota. It includes a soccer stadium, over 50 full-sized soccer fields, a golf course, a velodrome, a meeting and convention facility, and an eight-sheet ice rink, the Schwan Super Rink, which is the largest ice arena in the world.
Conference USA is a collegiate athletic conference whose current member institutions are located within the Southern United States. The conference participates in the NCAA's Division I in all sports. C-USA's offices are located in Dallas, Texas.
National Interscholastic Cycling Association
The National Interscholastic Cycling Association is an American non-profit organization that promotes high school mountain biking programs in the United States. NICA provides governance, leadership, and program support to regional high school mountain biking organizations.
United States Baseball Federation Inc
Founded in 1965, United States Baseball Federation Inc is a recreation & sports nonprofit focused on baseball & softball. It is a mid-sized organization, with $17m in revenue and 86 employees. United States Baseball Federation Inc is headquartered in Durham, NC and its chief financial officer/cfo is Ray Darwin as of December, 2019.
William and Mary Athletic Educational Foundation
The mission of The Tribe Club is to support the athletic department of the College of William & Mary. William and Mary athletic teams set the standard for academic excellence. In the most recent NCAA survey on graduation rates, William and Mary athletic teams set the standard for academic excellence. 13 of the 21 teams measured had a 100 percent graduation success rate. The Tribe's athletic accomplishments do not come at the expense of its student-athlete's academic responsibilities, as William and Mary had five teams rank in the top 10 percent of their sport for Academic Progress Rates among all Division I programs and received a Public Recognition Award by the NCAA.
Grosse Pointe, MI
The Neighborhood Club is dedicated to providing professionally-organized recreation and wellness programs for families and individuals of all ages. The Neighborhood Club was founded to meet the recreational, educational, and social service needs of area families. Activities are conducted in its recreation and wellness center and other public buildings and play fields. The Neighborhood Club is located on Waterloo and St. Clair in the City of Grosse Pointe, Michigan.
Special Olympics Kansas
Special Olympics Kansas (SOKS) began in 1970, and has grown to include more than 124 local programs and teams across the state. Today Special Olympics Kansas touches the lives of 5,580 athletes who train and compete year-round in 21 sports. In addition, free health screenings and wellness programs are available to all SOKS athletes, and to all individuals with intellectual disabilities in four regional centers across the state. Special Olympics Kansas is dedicated to empowering individuals with intellectual disabilities to become physically fit, productive and respected members of society through sports competitions, health and nutrition programs and leadership development. Offering year-round initiatives to children and adults with intellectual disabilities, Special Olympics Kansas is a platform for acceptance and inclusion as well as one of the largest advocates for healthy lifestyles in the state, regardless of race, religion, ethnicity or cultural differences.