“I think it would be a really great way to legitimize the roller derby sport in the city and bring the magic back that we had at the dome.”
We caught a lot of the action, costumes and general mayhem that makes the Halloween-themed event such a draw.
The first Olympic qualifying event for skateboarding in the U.S. will be held in Long Beach.
Spectators of the Amgen Tour of California Stage 1 in Long Beach were treated on Mother’s Day to a world-class competition, with riders from both American and international teams vying for a spot on the coveted podium.
President of the Amgen Tour of California Kristin Klein announced today that the premier stage race will discontinue having hostesses, commonly known as “podium girls”, present awards to stage winners during the podium ceremonies that follow.
With the first of seven stages of the Amgen Tour of California to kick off in Long Beach this Sunday there’s a wide range of events you won’t want to miss, whether you’re an avid tour follower or bear a mild approval of the two-wheeled mode of transportation.
Japan’s national sport for over 1,500 years will come thundering into town Saturday, May 12 as the world’s sumo wrestlers compete during the 18th annual US Sumo Open at Cal State Long Beach’s (CSULB) Walter Pyramid.
Following championship skater Jordyn Barratt’s appearance in 2017 as the first woman to compete at Dew Tour, organizers of the annual event announced Monday that women’s individual pro Skateboard Park and Skateboard Street competitions have been added to the lineup.
Those attending the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach, or planning on navigating around it, should find it a bit easier to make plans with the following road closures released Monday by organizers.
Conducted by Beacon Economics, the report showed that the Grand Prix generated an economic output in Southern California of $63.4 million, with $32.4 million concentrated in Long Beach.