The first Monday in March, World Tennis Day seeks to increase tennis participation around the world. The day also teaches more about influential tennis players throughout history.
On the third Sunday in January, World Snow Day promotes winter sports for young people. The two sports in particular that are highlighted include recreational skiing and snowboarding.
On the first Saturday in December, Global Fat Bike Day encourages fat bike enthusiasts to go out and ride! It’s also a day to learn more about fat bikes and learn how to ride one.
Every year on April 6th, World Table Tennis Day promotes social inclusion and unity through table tennis.
National Flag Football Week during the first week in June celebrates a game that offers an alternative to traditional tackle football.
With over 100 million golfers in the United States alone, golf is one of the most popular sports in the country. That's why we explore 5 Moments in Golf History
National Balloon Ascension Day on January 9th commemorates the first balloon flight in the United States in 1793. The French aeronaut, Jean Pierre Blanchard, took flight over the Walnut Street Prison in Philadelphia above a large crowd.
On National For Twelves Day (4/12), the nation will honor a great number that holds significance in several ways. Celebrate football fans and the number 12.
Get geared up for International Legging Day every October 18th. Although it’s a year-round staple, dropping temps tell us it’s officially legging season!