Battle 4 Atlantis:
- Founded in 2011, the Battle 4 Atlantis is an 8-team Division 1 tournament played at the Atlantis Resort over Thanksgiving Break
- The Battle 4 Atlantis has become the most significant annual event for the Bahamas’ largest resort. In each of its first two years, the tournament boasted fields of top NCAA Division I programs and was broadcasted nationally in the U.S. on major sports networks, providing unprecedented exposure for both the Atlantis Resort and the islands of the Bahamas.
- Participating schools have included national championship programs such as Duke, North Carolina, UConn, Kansas and Louisville
- ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPNU will combine to offer exclusive telecasts of six Battle 4 Atlantis matchups annually, including two quarterfinals, the semifinals, the third place game and tournament championship
- “Atlantis is the new Maui… We are used to thinking of the Maui Invitational as the premiere annual early-season tournament, but while that event will continue to draw strong fields, it appears that the Battle 4 Atlantis is primed to overtake it.” – Sports Illustrated
Popeyes Bahamas Bowl:
- Complete Sports Management has brought college’s most popular sport to the Bahamas for the country’s first college football bowl game, the Popeyes Bahamas Bowl, played on December 24, 2014 on ESPN between the WKU Hilltoppers and Central Michigan Chippewas at the state-of-the‐art Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium.
- The only college football bowl game to be played outside of the United States
- Anchor conferences include Conference USA and the Mid-American Conference
- 2014 Result: WKU Hilltoppers 49, Central Michigan Chippewas 48
- Lead your college team to the Bahamas for international competition and a life changing experience!
- Prepare your team for the upcoming season
- 7-day trip of a lifetime to the Bahamas
- Exhibition games against Bahamian National teams at Kendall Isaacs Gym
- Stay at the World-Renowned Atlantis Resort
- Cultural Activities & Experiences only found in the Bahamas
- Participating schools have included Kentucky, Pitt, Louisville, Manhattan, North Carolina and Ohio State