Sporting Events in Ocala


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  • Citrus Springs Community Center
    Citrus Springs' Citrus Springs Community Center is a great place to stop in for some fun. Curious about kickboxing? Check out one of these kickboxing classes and learn the basics. Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    1570 W Citrus Springs Blvd
    Citrus Springs, FL US
  • YMCA
    Jump on the treadmill or work on your weights — Deltona's YMCA offers a full body workout. Don't worry about packing a snack. This gym has a great restaurant so you can keep the fun going. With its kid-friendly vibe, this gym is a great spot for families. Impress your friends and family with your kickboxing skills. Notice the results in your physique when you take any one of their great aerobics classes. Get inspired with a Zumba class at YMCA and dance your way to fitness victory. Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    280 Wolf Pack Run
    Deltona, FL US
  • Florida Collegiate Summer League
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    1201 S Mellonville Road
    Sanford, FL US
  • Cinnamon Beach Recreational
    If you're ready for a great adventure, visit Cinnamon Beach Recreational in Palm Coast and create some lifetime memories. These kickboxing classes bring fitness to a whole new level, leaving you feeling and looking your best. Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    519 Cinnamon Beach Ln
    Palm Coast, FL US
  • Orlando City Soccer
    Donning armor of red, purple, and gold, Orlando City has established itself as one of the USL Pro’s most dominant teams, winning USL Pro championships in 2011—its inaugural season—and 2012. After their second championship, the squad’s success attracted the attention of the MLS’s Sporting Kansas City, who will serve as Orlando City’s parent squad for two years, beginning with the 2013 season.
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    1610 W Church St.
    Orlando, FL US
  • UCF Knights Men's Basketball
    When varsity football arrived at Central Florida in 1979, it capped off a decade of drastic changes on the university's campus. In 1970, the school unveiled its new nickname for athletics: the Knights. At that time, though, UCF wasn't even UCF yet—it was still Florida Technological University, a title that was shed in 1978 to gain larger statewide appeal and minimalize applications from college-aged robots. With a new mascot and a new identity, the school's athletics program began to develop its own personality. The football team wasn't just the Knights; they were the Fighting Knights. The baseball club became the Diamond Knights, and the tennis team the Smashing Knights. It was an era marked by change and by a collective toughness among the school's teams. When it joined Conference USA in 2005, UCF athletics showed similar resolve almost immediately. The football team won conference championships in 2007 and 2010, and the women's basketball team did the same in 2009 and 2010. The 2013–14 seasons mark yet another chapter in the university's history, as it begins competing as part of the Big East.
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    Gemini Blvd. and W Plaza Dr.
    Orlando, FL US

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