Oklahoma City, along with the Oklahoma City All Sports Association and the University of Oklahoma, are proud to host the 2014 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships. The event will be held March 20 - March 22 at Chesapeake Energy Arena in the Bricktown District of Oklahoma City. For more information on the Wrestling Championships, click here

About Oklahoma City
Come explore the possibilities in Oklahoma City. Located in the heart of the state, Oklahoma City's western charm and lively atmosphere create the perfect backdrop for your next vacation. Whether it's arts and culture that capture your heart, or cheering for the home team, you can create the perfect experience in Oklahoma City.

Be sure to experience all the other exciting attractions nearby including; Academy of Contemporary Music at the University of Oklahoma, American Banjo Museum, [Artspace] at Untitled, Bricktown Water Taxi, Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark, Harkins Theater Bricktown 16 and the Oklahoma Land Run Monument. Explore the Bricktown District page for a full list of area attractions. 

Oklahoma City Convention & Visitors Bureau
The mission of the Oklahoma City Convention and Visitors Bureau (OKC CVB) is to promote Oklahoma City as a first-class visitor destination. The OKC CVB also helps contribute to the economic well-being of Oklahoma City and its citizens through the solicitation and servicing of conventions and other related group business. We are the in-the-know locals who can suggest where to stay, tell you the best places to eat, and recommend the sights and attractions you don't want to miss. There's an excitement in the air in Oklahoma City and we have the enviable job of sharing that excitement with the world, spreading the good news of all there is to see and do in OKC. 

University of Oklahoma
Created by the Oklahoma Territorial Legislature in 1890, the University of Oklahoma is a doctoral degree-granting research university serving the educational, cultural, economic and health-care needs of the state, region and nation. The Norman campus serves as home to all of the university's academic programs except health-related fields. OU has more than 2,600 full-time faculty members and 20 colleges. The university is home to one of the most storied intercollegiate athletics programs in the nation. The Sooners boast 26 national championships in men's and women's sports, 251 team conference championships and more than 800 All-Americans. 

Being a Sooner means being part of a tradition of excellence. A Sooner is the neighbor conducting groundbreaking research. A Sooner is the friend creatively pursuing new ways to change the world. Sooners are a family with a legacy of making a difference in everyday lives. We're your family, your friends and your neighbors. We are Sooners. Click here for more details.

Oklahoma City All Sports Association
The Oklahoma City All Sports Association is a non-profit 501-C3 corporation who is proud to serve as the commission for the Oklahoma City metropolitan area. The organization is governed and directed by 43 non-compensated board members and managed by a seven-person staff. Originally created in 1957 to support and maintain the Oklahoma City All-College Basketball Classic, All Sports has expanded its mission to more than 250 events in Oklahoma City, including 30-plus NCAA championships since 1983.

The All Sports Association is one of the oldest sports commissions in the country, with more than 50 plus years of great service to the Oklahoma City community. The mission of the Oklahoma City All Sports Association is to secure, promote, create, execute and host quality, family-oriented amateur sporting events in the state of Oklahoma. Within the mission of the All Sports Association, we also have the State Games of Oklahoma, which act as Oklahoma's Olympics and the 5-7 Mission. The 5-7 Mission is based on the five principles which encompass the seven attributes of our organization.

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