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5 Reasons to Check Out DC's Sports Teams This Fall

Washington, DC is a sports town — and fall is the best time to be a sports fan. The NFL season revs to life, regular seasons for the NHL and NBA start soon after and NCAA Basketball tips off as well. Fortunately, the DC area’s bounty of teams means there are plenty of reasons to watch or attend...

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5 Reasons to Attend a Washington Wizards Basketball Game

The Washington Wizards are one of the hottest tickets in the National Basketball Association (NBA). Their rowdy DC fan base is ready for another postseason run in 2018-19, as the Wizards will look to make their fifth playoff appearance in six years. Here are our favorite reasons to check out...

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5 Reasons to Attend the Citi Open This Summer in Washington, DC

One of DC’s longest-standing sports traditions, the Citi Open takes place at the Rock Creek Park Tennis Center from July 27 – Aug. 4. Join the throngs of fans during this nine-day top-tier tennis event. You'll see talented players from the men's circuit compete for 500 rankings points – the only...

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Where to Ice Skate in Washington, DC

DC’s year-round temps are pretty moderate, but during the winter – when cold Canadian winds whistle down the Potomac – Washingtonians bundle up for a day (or a night) on the ice. Public ice skating rinks can be found in multiple neighborhoods in DC proper, so check out the best places to hit the...

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6 Organized Races & Marathons to Check Out in Washington, DC

Whether you’re a serious runner or like to stay active while having fun with friends, DC has great organized race options for all fitness levels.

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7 Reasons to Attend a Washington Capitals Hockey Game

Attending a Washington Capitals game is a time-honored tradition in DC's Penn Quarter/Chinatown neighborhood . Thousands of fans flock to the Capital One Arena 41 times between October and April, rocking the red to root on the Caps. In 2018, the team won the first Stanley Cup in the franchise's 44-...

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Your Guide to Washington Nationals Baseball

The Washington Nationals, champions of the National League East in 2016 and 2017, are back in action this spring and summer with an exciting schedule, plenty of home runs and, of course, Racing Presidents. The History of the Washington Nationals After a 33-year absence, Major League Baseball in...

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The Best Things to Do at Washington Nationals Winterfest

Fans of all ages can catch favorite Nationals players, coaches, mascots (and even Santa Claus) at the 2018 Nationals Winterfest on Dec. 1-2 at Nationals Park. From meet-and-greets to baseball and holiday-themed activities and games, fans won’t want to miss holiday season highlight. In anticipation...

Washington Nationals Winterfest at the Washington Convention Center - Winter Family Friendly Event in Washington, DC
7 Can’t-Miss DC Sports Superstars

Sports fans adore when an entire team works together to accomplish a common goal, as the Washington Capitals did in winning the 2018 Stanley Cup. But seeing a superstar show off his or her tremendous skill in an individual feat of glory can also leave a lasting memory. Fortunately, DC has plenty of...

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9 Reasons to Catch a Washington Nationals Baseball Game

The Washington Nationals , who have won four National League East titles since 2012, return to action on a mission to bring a title to DC. Throughout the spring and summer, Anthony Rendon, Juan Soto, Max Scherzer and Trea Turner will look to propel the Nats toward their first World Series title...

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