About Us

About Colorado Springs Sports Corporation

Colorado Springs Sports Corporation (The Sports Corp) is a 501(c)3 non-profit committed to establishing a strong regional presence through positive economic development and contribution to the quality of life for citizens in the Pikes Peak Region. The Sports Corp was established in 1978 to assist in the relocation of the United States Olympic Committee from New York City to Colorado Springs and has grown and prospered to become a driving force in the agenda for amateur and Olympic sport.
Through event promotion and community development activities, The Sports Corp plays a critical role in bringing city and civic leaders together with some of the nation's premier sporting organizations, including the United States Olympic Committee and national and international sports organizations. 
As a professional event management company, The Sports Corp spearheaded the organization and management of the following events, driving economic vitality in the Pikes Peak Region: the Rocky Mountain State Games, State Games of America, The Broadmoor Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, The Broadmoor Pikes Peak Cycling Hill Climb, NORCECA Men’s & Women’s Volleyball World Championship Qualifier, Warrior Games, USGA Senior Open, U.S. Women's Open, USA Pro Challenge, USA Boxing National Championships, and many other high profile events. 
These major events celebrate the unique sports legacy and traditions in the Pikes Peak Region as well as exemplify The Sports Corp’s dedication to making Colorado Springs a sports destination as “America’s Olympic City.”
Mission Statement
The mission of Colorado Springs Sports Corporation is to:
Attract, retain and support local, state and national sports organizations and businesses
Attract, create and retain sporting events that contribute to the quality of life for citizens of the Pikes Peak region
Support the economy of Colorado Springs by promoting the region as a destination for sports business, competition and meetings
Support youth sports through the recognition of athletes and coaches