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For more than a century, Indianapolis Motor Speedway has hosted the largest one-day sporting event in the United States, the Indianapolis 500. Last May, it hosted the 101st edition of the race, and several other events were added, including the first-ever IndyCar Series Indianapolis Grand Prix and the 100th anniversary of the NASCAR Brickyard 400 as part of its annual 500-mile race weekend. The Indy 500 and NASCAR Brickyards 400 are the two most important races at IMS each year, but they are not the only events.

Downtown Indy has hosted many of Indiana's most important sporting events for decades and has no plans to stop anytime soon. Indiana Sports Corp. has 24 events in Indianapolis a year and is showing no signs of slowing down anytime soon. The Indiana High School championship game that inspired the film "Hoosiers" is also played here, of course. Before the NBA moved to its current home, New York City, the Indiana Pacers, Indiana University and Indianapolis Motor Speedway called it home for more than a decade.

Indianapolis has hosted the Big Ten Women's Tournament every year since it began in 1995, and its largest basketball facility hosts one of the most prestigious women's basketball tournaments in the country, the NCAA Tournament, as well as the WNBA Finals.

Indianapolis also hosted the NFLs Super Bowl in 2012 and has hosted the NCAA men's basketball tournament and the NBA Finals several times. Indianapolis is also the host of the Indianapolis 500, the largest sporting event in the United States and one of the largest sporting events in North America.

The NCAA Hall of Champions is located right on the canal next to NCAA headquarters and offers a different kind of sports experience in Indianapolis. Indianapolis is slated to host the eighth Final Four in 2021 and will host the men's NCAA basketball tournament and the NBA Finals in 2022 and 2023. This will be the second time Indianapolis will host the game, the first time since the now-demolished Hoosier Dome in 1998.

Downtown, home to the Indianapolis Colts, Indianapolis Motor Speedway and Indiana Pacers, as well as the University of Indianapolis.

In addition to Indianapolis "innovative cultural activities, the county town is home to some of the best restaurants, bars and bars in the world, as well as the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The Indianapolis - Indianapolis Colts and Indiana Pacers, the Indiana-based professional sports teams, offer sports fans from across the state action and excitement.

When the Colts' season begins, watch the Indianapolis Colts' home games against the New York Giants and New England Patriots. Look at professional sports and cheer them on all year, and when the Colts are in their offseason, check in with the Indiana Pacers, the second-best basketball team in the state.

Also in May, during the Indianapolis 500, the IndyCar Grand Prix will be held at the speedway. The Colts cheerleaders also appear, donning the famous white-and-blue horseshoe.

Indianapolis hosts the Indianapolis 500, the IndyCar Grand Prix and other major sporting events annually. In addition, Indianapolis will host the NBA in the 2015-16 season and the 2016-17 NBA All-Star Game.

Here is a list of famous Indiana athletes and athletes, except players, coaches, Colts and Pacers who require their own separate directories. Indiana's athletes include former Indiana University basketball players and coaches, as well as past winners of the Indianapolis 500 and other major sporting events such as the Indy 500, IndyCar Grand Prix, Indianapolis Motor Speedway and the NBA. Everything - Star Game. Among the Indiana athletes is former University of Indiana basketball player and coach Mike D'Antoni.

Through their volunteer work and commitment, IUPUI students help Indiana Sports Corp successfully host some of the world's biggest and best sporting events.

Indiana can be proud of the way its professional sports teams represent Indiana on the global stage. Indiana is proud that our professional basketball-playing daughters will beat the men of the sport on and off the court. He throws right hooks better than most boxers and plays for Pepsi Coles at Indiana State Fair.

Hockey is a popular sport in Indianapolis, and several local amateur teams play in the National Hockey League, including the Indianapolis IceHogs, Indy Fuel and Indy Eleven of Major League Soccer. The Indy Fuel are a minor league hockey team and the baseball team is based in Indy, Indiana, at Victory Field on the Indiana State Fairgrounds in downtown Indianapolis. Indianapolis Eleven (FC Indiana) will play their home games at the IUPUI Indoor Football Stadium.

Indianapolis is one of the most popular sports cities in the United States and is home to a number of professional and amateur sports teams, as well as the Indianapolis Colts and Indianapolis 500. The Indianapolis development plan, which provides a wide range of sporting events, is award-winning - award-winning facilities conveniently located downtown, close to hotels, restaurants and nightlife.

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