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The Roanoke Valley in Virginia's Blue Ridge is home to some of the premier sports events in the country.
The first-class facilities, outstanding service, and abundant amenities make for a winning combination that tournament directors and planners have been enjoying for years.
The following list features some of the events Virginia's Blue Ridge has hosted or currently hosts:
The City of Salem, also known as Virginia's Championship City, has hosted over 50 NCAA Championships.
Home of the Salem Red Sox, a Class High-A affiliate of the Boston Red Sox of Major League Baseball.
The Amos Alonzo Stagg Bowl, the NCAA Division III Football Championship Game, is played at Salem Stadium.
The NCAA Men's Division III Basketball Championship and NCAA Women's Division III Volleyball Championship are played at the Salem Civic Center.
The NCAA Women's Division II and III Softball Championships are played at Salem's James I. Moyer Sports Complex.
Salem's James I. Moyer Sports Complex hosts the Amateur Softball Association of America National Championships and Virginia Dixie Youth Baseball State Championships.
The Berglund Center is the home arena for Virginia Tech's Ice Hockey team.
The Roanoke Country Club is the annual host of the Scott Robertson Memorial Golf Tournament, a recognized event by the American Junior Golf Association.
Host of various youth soccer tournaments including the Stellar One Star Cup, Futsal Festival, and Kroger Cup.
The Botetourt Sports Complex hosts the annual Women's College Military Appreciation Tournament with teams like Virginia Tech, James Madison, Radford, Liberty, and other Division I Universities.
The National Christian College Athletic Associations Women's Softball World Series is hosted at the Botetourt Sports Complex.
Botetourt's Sports Complex hosts a variety of Amateur Softball Association of America National Championships.
Host of the Foot Levelers Blue Ridge Marathon, America's toughest road marathon.
Carvins Cove Nature Reserve is the 2nd largest municipal park in the nation and features dozens of mountain biking trails.
Features over 20 public, private, and semi-private golf courses.
Smith Mountain Lake hosts various fishing and boarding tournaments, including an ESPN BASSmasters Elite Tournament and the Smith Mountain Lake Wakefest.
Hosts various USSSA youth sports events, including basketball, baseball, and softball.
The Salem Memorial Stadium was host to the 2003 and 2004 ACC Baseball Championships.
The Roanoke Valley hosts the annual Shamrock Festival, one of the largest nationally-sanctioned USAV tournaments and one of the premier events for junior volleyball players on the East Coast.
The James I. Moyer Sports Complex hosted the U.S. Women's Softball team as part of the team's Aiming for Athens tour in 2004.
Downtown Roanoke hosts the Roanoke Twilight Criterium, a series of competitive cycling races that loop through the downtown district.