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JUL 2018

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www.sportseventsmagazine.com July 2018 39 K A N S A S t has four fields, all with Musco light- ing. Bettis Family Sports Complex has multiple baseball fields, all with Musco lighting. Hummer Sports Park includes a 6,000-seat football stadium, two baseball fields, an Olympic-size pool, two soft- ball fields, a 2,000-seat soccer stadium and an eight-lane track. Contact: Visit Topeka, www.visittopeka.com Wichita Wichita, the largest city in Kansas, has sports facilities for sports of all kinds, from basketball and softball to ice sports and BMX. The city boasts 71 sports venues. Hotel rooms: 8,100 Major facilities: INTRUST Bank Arena, in the city's downtown, is a multipurpose arena. Wichita Hoops is the largest basketball facility in the state, with 12 college-size basketball courts that can be converted into 14 volley- ball courts. Wichita Sports Forum is a 148,000-square-foot multi-sport facility for sports such as basketball, volleyball, indoor beach volleyball and turf soccer. Convention center: Century II Per- forming Arts & Convention Center has more than 200,000 square feet of space and hosts sports such as gymnastics. Contact: Visit Wichita, www.visitwichita.com n Baseball in Olathe Olathe Chamber of Commerce

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