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Bristol Motor Speedway and Dragway  Racing for everyone from the Sharpie 500 NASCAR Winston Cup Series race  to the Mac Tools NHRA Thunder Valley Nationals.  Bring the whole family to their 160,000 seat facility.

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Chattanooga Locomotion - National Women's Football Association Team  Women's full-contact football.  The National Women’s Football League has 21 teams. Chattanooga Locomotion went undefeated in 2003 posting wins against teams like the Atlanta Leopards, Nashville Dream, Knoxville Summit, and Alabama Renegades. Chattanooga

Chattanooga Lookouts - Class AA Baseball Team  In 1885 Chattanooga becomes charter member of the Southern League.  In 1909 they won Sally League Championship, Playoffs.  In 1995 Lookouts franchise sold to Frank Burke, Daniel Burke, and Charles Eshbach.  They played the first Southern League game in their newly constructed BellSouth Park in 2000. Chattanooga
Elizabethton Twins - Appalachian League Baseball Team  The City of Elizabethton and the Minnesota Twins have agreed to a new four-year deal that will keep Minnesota’s Rookie Level Baseball team in Elizabethton through the 2006 Appalachian League Baseball Season.  The Minnesota Twins Rookie Team has been in Elizabethton since 1974. Elizabethton

Johnson City Cardinals - Appalachian League Baseball Team  Managed by Danny Sheaffer and coached by Tommy Kidwell, the team plays at the Howard Johnson Field which was built in 1956.  Find the ball field by taking I-181 to exit 32, left on East Main, through light onto Legion Street.  Standard Game Time: 7 p.m. Johnson City

Kingsport Mets - Appalachian League Baseball Team  Managed by Mookie Wilson and Coached by Luis Natera, the team has been in the league 1921-25, 1938-52, 1957, 1960-63, 1969-82, 1984-present. They play in Hunter Wright Stadium which opened in 1995. Take I-81 to I-181 north, exit 11E (Stone Drive), left onto 11W (West Stone Drive) for 2 miles, right on Granby Road for 1 1/2 miles, and find the stadium on left. Kingsport

Knoxville Ice Bears ACHL Hockey Team  Jim Bermingham is the Head Coach of the Atlantic Coast Hockey League team from Knoxville.  The Knoxville Ice Bears started their inaugural season on October 18, 2002, versus the Cape Fear Fire Antz.  The team plays in the Knoxville Coliseum during hockey season. Knoxville
Knoxville Summit - National Women's Football Association Team  Jenn White, long time Summit player and Director of Public Relations and Marketing, announced that Dead Reckoning Sports Promotions, LLC, of which she is the CEO and owner, finalized the purchase of the Summit on Friday March 14, 2003. Knoxville
Memphis Redbirds - Class AAA Baseball Team  Located in the heart of Downtown Memphis, AutoZone Park is quickly being termed the finest ballpark ever built below the major league level. By combining the feel of such parks as Wrigley Field, Fenway Park, and Camden Yards, AutoZone Park is a state-of-the-art facility with classic, neo-traditional style.  With all the comforts and innovations of a ballpark for the future it still reminds fans of America's pastime and its rich history. Memphis
Nashville Dream - National Women's Football Association Team  The National Women's Football Association, the largest full contact football league in the world for women which started in 1999,  has selected Nashville as the site for the 2003 championship game. The National Women’s Football Association has 29 teams playing in the 2003 season with another 8 teams already under contract and licensed to play in 2004. Nashville
Nashville Predators - National Hockey League Team  Since the inaugural season in 1998, games, players, and special moments have been etched into the history books and the excitement of Predators hockey has left impressions in many memories.  Nashville has matured into a solid franchise, known for its hard-hitting, never-give-up style of hockey as well as its supportive and boisterous fans.  Nashville
Nashville Sounds - Class AAA Baseball Team  Baseball's roots in Nashville go back to 1862 when Union soldiers temporarily based here introduced the game to the local community.  Of the 705 players to appear in at least one game for the Nashville Sounds since 1978, 413 of them have gone on to play in the major leagues and 36 Sounds players have been named to their league’s post-season All-Star unit.. Nashville
Nashville Superspeedway  Whether it's the NASCAR Busch Series Grand National Division, Indy Racing League, NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series, or WERA Motorcycle racing, race fans will find the thrills and spills that make motor racing exciting. Nashville
Tennessee Smokies - Class AA Baseball Team  The Smokies are a member of the Southern League of Professional Baseball and the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues. They are the Class AA affiliate of the St Louis Cardinals.  To reach Smokies Park take I-40 to Hwy. 66 (Exit 407).  Turn north onto Hwy. 66. Stadium is directly on the right.
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Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame  The Museum is a fabulous 7,200 square foot facility located on the main level of the Gaylord Entertainment Center. The Museum features interactive games such as a virtual reality, one-on-one basketball game, a strength training apparatus used by Olympic swimmers, college football and basketball exhibits, NASCAR video games, two 30-seat theaters with sports videos, and more. Nashville

Tennessee Titans - National Football League Team  The Tennessee Titans have recorded an undefeated 9-0 home mark in 1999, the first year in The Coliseum. The most memorable victory of the season came in a 22-16 Wild Card victory over Buffalo on Jan. 8, 2000.  In that game, Kevin Dyson fielded a lateral pass from Frank Wycheck with 16 seconds left and raced 75 yards down the sideline for the winning score. That play was immediately dubbed “The Music City Miracle” and will go down as one of the most memorable moments in NFL history. The Titans won 12 consecutive games to open their new stadium, breaking the NFL record. Nashville
West Tennessee Diamond Jaxx - Class AA Baseball Team  The West TN Diamond Jaxx have announced the coaching staff for the 2003 season. Bobby Dickerson returns for his second season as the manager of the Diamond Jaxx.  Dickerson led the Diamond Jaxx to a 73-67 record last season.  The Diamond Jaxx went to the playoffs, thanks to a 41-29 record in the second half of the season. Jackson
Women's Basketball Hall of Fame  At one end of the Hall of Fame building is the biggest basketball you've ever seen. It's 30 feet tall and weighs 10 tons, and it sits on top of a glass staircase that looks like a basketball net. You can't miss it.  This is an interactive Hall of Fame with plenty to see and do.  Knoxville
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