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Wednesday, April 11, 2012 12:00 AM by Visit Mesa

U.S. Junior Synchro Championships in Mesa

      Nearly 300 elite synchronized swimmers will gather at the Kino Aquatic Center, April 11-14 for the 2012 U.S. Junior Synchronized Swimming Championships. The event will feature athletes ages 15-18, who will vie for Junior National Titles in the solo, duet, team and combination events. The competition marks the first USA Synchro National Championship held in Mesa and will be hosted by Mesa Sports and the Arizona Synchronized Swim Association. The announcement comes as the city is about to unveil another key investment into Mesa's swimming facilities in the coming year when

 Mesa tourism officials announced that they will serve as the host city for Tough Mudder Arizona - The Toughest Event on the Planet, held Jan. 14 and 15, 2012. The event was relocated from the West Valley and will take place at the DMB Mesa Proving Grounds. The Mesa Convention & Visitors Bureau (Mesa CVB) worked with event organizers to secure a location that meets the event's unique requirements which include a minimum of 500 acres of open outdoor space. Event organizers will build an intense 12.5 mile course of extreme event challenges on the Mesa Proving Grounds site. The Mesa CVB

  For Release: March 31, 2011 Contact: Lily King-Cisneros Public Information & Communication Specialist 480-644-4119 Lily.King-Cisneros@mesaaz.gov Average attendance records close out Cubs Spring Training season The Chicago Cubs wrapped up their 2011 Spring Training season with 14 wins and 19 losses playing a total of 33 games.  The Cubs fell from first place to fourth with an average attendance of 9,443 fans for the 2011 Spring Training season.  Topping the list was the Arizona Diamondbacks with an average attendance of 11,161 followed by the Colorado Rockies with 10,598

Tuesday, March 15, 2011 12:00 AM by Visit Mesa

Meet in Mesa

The premiere issue of Meetings Arizona magazine features Mesa. Paula Hubbs Cohen writes, "Meetings in Mesa are more than just business; there's also a wealth of fun and fabulous things to see and do."  Read the entire story to find out why you should Meet in Mesa.

City of Mesa & Mesa CVB Tout Dixon Golf as Official Golf Ball of Mesa Mesa is taking strides to promote the "green" side of golf. The City of Mesa along with the Mesa Convention & Visitors Bureau have formed a partnership with Dixon Golf - creator of the world"s first high-performance, eco-friendly golf balls - announcing Dixon Earth as the official golf ball of Mesa. This winter, numerous Mesa golf courses will feature the signature golf ball for purchase. Guests can recycle their used golf balls with Dixon Golf for credits toward the new Mesa golf ball which is

Thursday, January 20, 2011 12:00 AM by Visit Mesa

U.S. Junior Synchro Championships Make Debut in Mesa

      Nearly 300 elite synchronized swimmers will gather at the Kino Aquatic Center, March 28-31 for the 2012 U.S. Junior Synchronized Swimming Championships. The event will feature athletes ages 15-18, who will vie for Junior National Titles in the solo, duet, team and combination events. The competition marks the first USA Synchro National Championship held in Mesa and will be hosted by Mesa Sports and the Arizona Synchronized Swim Association. The announcement comes as the city is about to unveil another key investment into Mesa's swimming facilities in the coming year when

While most of the nation is under a layer of snow, Mesa is putting on a good show over the next few weeks as they host 13 swim teams from across North America to winter swim training and the Citrus Classic Swim Meet on Jan. 7, 2011. Hosting winter training and developing the winter swim competition, Citrus Classic, was an effort spearheaded by Mesa Sports & Tourism Development, a division of the Mesa Convention & Visitors Bureau and partners Mesa Public Schools, City of Mesa and Mesa Aquatics Club. Modeled after similar winter training events held in Puerto Rico and Ft. Lauderdale,

2010/2011(MESA, Ariz.) - Ah, the heavens. When looking up in Arizona you are bound to see a night sky unlike any other. The state boasts two observatories, is the place where Pluto was discovered, and the desert skies continue to be some of the finest in the world for astronomical observations. Here in Mesa, the setting sun offers visitors a whole new spectacular view to take in. Don't go to bed early because you won't want to miss the exciting star-studded events that Mesa has to offer under Arizona's bright night sky. A Tour of Mesa's Night Sky at Usery Mountain Regional Park