Minneapolis St. Paul fans love sports and are investing heavily in upgrading facilities so that sports lovers will enjoy the game to the max. In 2017, Target Center (home to the Minnesota Lynx and Minnesota Timberwolves) underwent a $145M renovation. In 2016, U.S. Bank Stadium (home of the MN Vikings) opened. In 2010, Target Field (home of the MN Twins) opened.
Minneapolis St. Paul' professional sports teams include a national football, baseball, basketball and ice hockey teams. The Minnesota Twins, Minnesota Timberwolves, and Minnesota Vikings all play in Minneapolis St. Paul, at the Target Center, the Target Field, and the Metrodome, America's puffiest stadium. Minnesota Wild play at the Xcel Center in St. Paul, just across the Mississippi River.
The University of Minnesota is located right in the heart of Minneapolis and has six cutting edge athletics facilities - impressing fans and athletes all year long: 1) TCF Bank Stadium; 2) Williams Arena; 3) 3M Arena at Mariucci; 4) Ridder Arena; 5) Jean K. Freeman Aquatic Center; and 6) Baseline Center.
Several major golf tournaments have been held here in recent years, and every winter, Minneapolis St. Paul hosts the US Pond Hockey Championships. Minneapolis St. Paul residents are no couch potatoes, and Minneapolis St. Paul residents are some of the fittest in the nation. More people commute by bike here than almost anywhere else, and Minneapolis St. Paul has above average numbers of cyclists, runners, golfers, horse riders, and sailors per capita. There's plenty of opportunity for outdoor and water recreation in the summer and snow sports in the winter.
Sailing, cross-country skiing, rollerblading, water skiing, and disc golf are very popular. And proof that an active lifestyle promotes good health - Minneapolis St. Paul has one of the lowest rates of heart disease in the nation. Just stay away from the hotdish.
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