On Saturday, September 7th, the Dragon Boat Festival makes its first appearance in Louisville, Kentucky. The dragon boats will parade upon the Ohio River for a spectacular family event.
The Louisville Sports Commission's Fall Runathon has been finalized with three races that get longer as the season continues.
The Louisville Sports Commission has really been coming into their own recently, and this can be seen by the multitude of events they have planned for March, including Volleyball, Archery, and Basketball events.
"Louisville will be better-positioned to host additional national and international events after the world's best riders compete on this course. And most important, cyclo-cross is an amazing experience for fans - expect an eclectic mix of lively spectators with an international flavor and high-energy action on the course."
The Louisville Sports Commission has announced the 2012 winner of the prestigious Paul Hornung Award- an honor meant to celebrate the most versatile athlete in major college football.
Karl Schmitt has been working behind the scenes with Louisville sports tirelessly for years now, and his work certainly makes him a stand-out in the city's sports community.
The Louisville Sports Commission has announced the winner of it's Howard Schnellenberger Award and has announced the new watch list of athletes for the Paul Hornung Award.
The Louisville Sports Commission has been staying busy, this can be seen in all of the athletic events they have coming up.
For the sports fan who enjoys year-round sporting events, the Louisville Sports Commission has just the ticket – its annual “Golden Ticket” raffle.
The Paul Hornung award finalists have been announced and the winner of the award will be honored next month.
Local news for April 20, 2011