About the Triangle Sports Commission

The Triangle Sports Commission is aimed at promoting Olympic and amateur sports in the Triangle region of North Carolina. Incorporated in 2001 as a North Carolina non-profit organization, the Triangle Sports Commission is an all-volunteer sports commission serving the Triangle region. The TSC led the Triangle’s recruitment effort for the relocation of USA Baseball from Arizona and secured local partnerships valued at over $13 million among the City of Durham, Town of Cary, and the Durham Bulls that resulted in USA Baseball’s new headquarters and major international games at Durham Bulls Athletic Park and their National Training Complex at Thomas Brooks Park in Cary. The TSC focuses on Olympic and amateur sports, particularly those that help unite the Triangle region.

2012 Annual Report