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This week, Cincinnati is hosting the National Sports Forum.   Jackie Reau with the Greater Cincinnati Sports Corporation says it's another opportunity to get the area more national, and international attention.

"There are about a thousand people here from really all over the country, representing all the four major league sporting bodies, as well as a number of colleges, universities, sporting properties, and also vendors who supply the sporting industry," Reau says.

Developers are a step closer to turning a former manufacturing facility in Hamilton into a multi-use sports complex.

A pair of feasibility studies suggests the former Champion Paper site could be converted into a successful indoor and outdoor sports facility focusing on court and turf sports like soccer, lacrosse, volleyball and basketball.

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Simone Kuzma from Wanderlust Wanderlearn talks about the Cincinnati Travel, Sports and Boat Show at the Duke Energy Convention Center.

  Sporting events such as the Western & Southern Tennis Tournament, the Flying Pig Marathon, and the NCAA Hockey Regionals are not only big draws for participants and fans, they are also powerful economic generators for the region, bringing millions of dollars into Greater Cincinnati each year.

Curling, on the Button

Feb 12, 2014

  Curling has been described as a mixture of bowling and shuffleboard, with a hint of bocce, on ice, and has become a sensation of the Winter Olympics. But how much do you know about the sport? Cincinnati Curling Club members Jonathan Penney and Stephanie Simpson join us to explain curling, and why its popularity is growing in the US.

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