Athletes

Clay Travis: “Covid Zero” is over. Let the athletes play

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December 28, 2021 1:40 p.m. ET From the Seahawks-Bears NFL game in Seattle, December 26. Photo: Stephen Brashear / Associated Press Covid testing policies in professional sports are being violated (“NFL vs. Covid Magical Thinking” by Holman Jenkins, Business World, December 22). Worse than that, they don’t make athletes safer. About 95% of NFL...

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COVID prevention measures will keep athletes safe at Beijing Winter Olympics, organizers say

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# Beijing2022 is well prepared with its first snowfall this weekend ❄☃ The city center recorded an average snowfall of 10.8mm, and the high-altitude mountains of Yanqing recorded more than 20mm of snowfall. 🐼🏮Our mascots greet you with their new outfits decorated with snowflakes!Lang fengjie pic.twitter.com/naiBJsfcgK The country has some of the strictest COVID...

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Vaccinated student-athletes will be allowed to unmask themselves for the games – NBC Connecticut

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Starting Dec. 23, masks will become optional for vaccinated student-athletes, according to the Connecticut Public Health Department’s latest guidelines to school districts. School administrators say publicly identifying a student’s immunization status using a visible marker such as a mask may violate their privacy. “Since the start of this pandemic, we have never said that...

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Ellington school board concerned about state mask mandate for student-athletes

by on December 13, 2021 0

ELLINGTON, Connecticut (WTNH) – The Ellington School Board opposes state mask warrants for unvaccinated student-athletes. On December 9, the Ellington Board of Education sent a letter to Connecticut Department of Public Health (DPH) commissioner Manitha Juthani, expressing concerns about the state’s policy on these mask warrants. According to current Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference (CIAC)...

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Athletes Unlimited, Aspiration engage in a historic multi-year partnership

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-Athletes Unlimited to Operate the First US-based Carbon Neutral Professional Sports Leagues- -Aspiration selected as eco-partner of choice, with unmatched knowledge and capabilities in the field of sustainability- -The partnership is the most important in the history of Athletes Unlimited- NEW YORK, December 10, 2021– (BUSINESS WIRE) – Athletes Unlimited and Aspiration have entered...

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JMU athletes reflect on another shortened season

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HARRISONBURG, Va. (WHSV) – James Madison University Athletics recently moved from the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) to the Sun Belt Conference. The realignment will allow JMU to compete at the highest level of college football. However, the move comes at a cost to student-athletes after the Dukes were barred from competing for the CAA...

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Recruit athletes without offering scholarships – Loquitur

by on November 29, 2021 0

Cabrini’s Lacrosse and Basketball Trophy Case at Dixon Center.Photo: Chris Schaller Cabrini Swimming and Golf Trophy Box at Dixon Center.Photo: Chris Schaller The liberal arts school, competing with the AEC, a D-III conference, has a different approach to recruiting. Cabrini University, a D-III school, cannot use scholarships when recruiting athletes. “Once the players come...

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Southern California Female Athlete of the Week, November 26 – Orange County Registry

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Each week, the publications of the 11 properties of the Southern California News Group (Orange County Register, LA Daily News, Press-Enterprise, San Gabriel Valley Tribune, Long Beach Press-Telegram, The Daily Breeze, San Bernardino Sun, Daily Bulletin, Redlands Daily Facts, Whittier Daily News and Pasadena-Star News) select the Athletes of the Week for their respective...

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EDCare launches Athlete EDGE ™ to EDCare, a specialist company

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DENVER, Nov. 22, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – EDCare is pleased to announce the opening of its specialized eating disorder treatment program: Athlete’s EDGEMT at EDCare. This highly structured program, staffed by specialized and dedicated clinicians, is the newest addition to the centre’s partial inpatient program, providing comprehensive care to high performance athletes with eating...

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Vernon’s Okanagan Rhythmic Gymnastics needs a taller building to properly train their elite athletes – Vernon News

by on November 20, 2021 0

Photo: contributed As the North Valley Gymnastics Club rebuilds itself after a devastating fire, another local gymnastics club is lifting the roof – literally. Vernon-based Okanagan Rhythmic Gymnastics is organizing a fundraiser to raise the roof of their building to better serve their students. Founded by former Commonwealth Games competitor and Olympian Camille Martens,...

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Unified Kickball Fosters Community With Special Olympics Athletes

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This semester, UNC Campus Recreation and Special Olympics North Carolina hosted a Unified Kickball League, an opportunity for Special Olympics athletes and UNC student volunteers to compete in intramural kickball games at Hooker Fields. “Kickball is a sport that we first introduced in 2016 or 2017,” said Tori Hooker, senior assistant director of athletic...

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From free cars to six-figure deals: Georgian college athletes enjoy the glory – WSB-TV Channel 2

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ATLANTA – For the first time ever, Georgian athletes can capitalize on their success on the pitch. They are making deals ranging from six-figure incomes to free energy drinks. Georgia Bulldogs outside linebacker Adam Anderson is making big plays on the field, and now he’s enjoying his success. “It’s amazing,” Anderson said. He got...

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How the ‘Kaepernick Effect’ Propelled a New Generation of Athletes to Take a Stand Against Racial Injustice | Sports

by on October 28, 2021 0

At the end of the first episode of “Colin in Black and White,” Ava DuVernay and Colin Kaepernick’s six-part Netflix docudrama about the former 49er quarterback’s adolescence and glory, Kaepernick isn’t content with summarize its evolution from top to bottom. from schoolboy to political activist – he also winks at his own power. “I...

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Gwinnett Football League Athletes of the Week | Sports

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Gwinnett Football League Players and Cheerleaders of the Week (the athletes were selected by his coach): Fourth year: Mia Hayden Pyles Fifth year: Lauren Weigle Sixth year: Allison Fanning Seventh year: Isbella Cooksey Third year: Olivia Swords Fifth year: Jocelyn Baker Sixth year: Lila Manders Sixth grade: Lexi Russell Seventh year: Kaitlin Rowe Eighth...

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Pepsi-Cola Student-Athlete of the Week: George Austin III

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HARRISONBURG, Va. (WHSV) – George Austin III is an outstanding student at East Rockingham High School. In eighth grade, Austin started running to complement his basketball career. Two years later, he won the Class 2A Cross Country State Championship. His athletic focus quickly shifted from the basketball court to the track. “Running has given...

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McGee Track Ready For Athletes – Winthrop Transcript

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Dr Paul McGee was on the Marblehead High track as an assistant in 1984 when his mother, Winthrop High track coach Patricia “Pat” McGee, and the team accomplished something that hadn’t happened. been doing for 29 years: a league championship in the spring track boys. This was just the start for the smallest school...

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UGA and The Brandr Group launch group license for student-athletes

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History links ATHENS, Georgia – The University of Georgia Athletic Association has expanded its LeGAcy Name, Image and Likeness (NIL) program to include opportunities for Georgia student-athletes to work with The Brandr Group (TBG) to establish licensing agreements. group. The opportunity is extended to all student-athletes in the school’s 21 varsity sports, including the...

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Agencies aim to help athletes take advantage of NIL laws

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When Jeff Ermann founded his company, Campus Mughal, his vision was simple: to help college athletes capitalize on their name, image and likeness. Ermann said the idea to start the company came shortly after the NCAA implemented new rules for athletes to benefit from their NIL. pass beginning of July. “We wanted a brand...

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Healthy Living: Discussing Athlete Mental Health

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Posted: Oct 5, 2021 / 10:59 AM EDT / Update: Oct 5, 2021 / 10:59 AM EDT This week is Mental Illness Awareness Week, a time to educate and raise awareness. As the Director of Athletic Performance at the University of Pennsylvania, Andrea Wieland knows that mental health is crucial for athletes and says...

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Santa Barbara High’s Emma Zuffelato and Vince Gamberdella Honored As Athletes of the Week |

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Santa Barbara High seniors Emma Zuffelato and Vince Gamberdella were named Athletes of the Week at Monday’s Santa Barbara Sports Roundtable press luncheon at Harry’s Plaza Cafe. Vince Gamberdella, footballer from Santa Barbara high school. Emma Zuffelato, volleyball player from Santa Barbara high school. Zuffelato led the Dons women’s volleyball team to five-set wins...

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“Rashmi Rocket” a dramatized account of the struggles of female athletes, according to the director

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Her upcoming film ‘Rashmi Rocket’ draws inspiration from not one but many female athletes who are subjected to the archaic but ‘widespread’ practice of gender testing in sports, film director Akarsh said. Khurana. Located in Kutch, Gujarat, ” Rashmi Rocket ” stars Taapsee Pannu in the title role of a gifted athlete who faces...

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Young athletes raise the bar

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October 2 – When not in their gyms, softball or soccer fields, chances are many young athletes in the area will be at the Reactiv Training Center. Dumbbells, kettlebells, a basketball hoop and a batting cage are some of the features of the South Main Street facility, located in the same building as the...

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Aerobic exercise after sports-related concussion speeds recovery in adolescent athletes – UB Now: News and insights for UB faculty and staff

by on October 1, 2021 0

Teens can speed up recovery from sports-related concussion and reduce their risk of prolonged recovery if they engage in aerobic exercise within 10 days of injury, according to a new study from UB. Published September 30 in The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health, the randomized controlled trial led by researchers at UB’s Concussion Management...

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Leyte athletes shine in 2021 World Classic Powerlifting

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CHAMPION. Veronica Ompod stands in the middle after winning four gold medals at the 2021 World Classic Powerlifting Championships in Halmstad, Sweden. Ompod is one of the academics of the Leyte Sports Academy, run by the provincial government. (Photo courtesy of the Powerlifting Association of the Philippines) CITY OF TACLOBAN – Two Leyte Sports...

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‘Retired’ Games Athletes Prove That One Hour Of Fitness A Day Is Enough To Stay Competitive

by on September 28, 2021 0

Photo credit: MisFit Athletics (instagram.com/misfitathletics) After competing in three individual CrossFit Games, Tennil Beuerlein and Mekenzie Riley both announced their retirement to start a family, Beuerlein after the 2018 Games and Riley after the 2019 season. Since then, both women have had babies – Beuerlein is currently pregnant with her second – and have...

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Guilderland School District requires athletes to be vaccinated

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GUILDERLAND – The Guilderland School District has joined schools in Albany, Bethlehem and Niskayuna in demanding that athletes in high-risk sports be vaccinated against the coronavirus to compete. Football, volleyball and cheering athletes are due to receive their first doses of vaccination in Guilderland by Friday. However, unlike Albany and Bethelehem, Guilderland does not...

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SEC votes to authorize student-athlete education benefits

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The SEC voted Thursday to allow its 14 members to provide education-related benefits, as well as academic rewards, to its student-athletes. The vote was adopted unanimously. The vote comes after Alston v. NCAA, a case in which the NCAA lost, with the court declaring that schools could not ban educational benefits for student-athletes. The...

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Athletes of the week (September 15-21) | High school sports

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Each Thursday during the three sporting seasons, the News-Post will honor one male and female athlete of the week and mention others who were in consideration from the previous action week. ATHLETES OF THE WEEK (Sept.15-21) Travon Neal, Frédéric football Neal’s quartet of touchdowns – not to mention his three interceptions – punctuated the...

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Seven Afghan taekwondo athletes relocate to Australia-Sports News, Firstpost

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One of the athletes, Fatima Ahmadi, reportedly said she was grateful for the help of all parties who supported their evacuation. Representative image. AFP Melbourne: A sports association official said seven female taekwondo athletes who fled Taliban-controlled Afghanistan have relocated to Melbourne. Australian Taekwondo chief executive Heather Garriock said on Wednesday the women were...

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Holly Brooks gives young athletes food for thought as she visits Anchorage high schools to talk about eating disorders

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Two-time Olympic skier Holly Brooks speaks to the West High cross-country running team about eating disorders during a high school presentation last week. (Bill Roth / DNA) Current events keep Holly Brooks busy these days. The two-time Olympian became a Certified Professional Consultant after retiring from cross-country skiing several years ago, and her practice...

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Runners and athletes with torn ligaments pledged new treatment by Irish scientists in million-euro development

by on September 21, 2021 0

Irish scientists have been awarded € 1 million to develop genetically engineered soft tissue that could breathe new life into athletes and runners with torn ligaments and tendons. he group at Trinity College Dublin is part of an international team of scientists with expertise in developmental biology, biomedical engineering and nanoscience. A spokesperson for...

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Lexi McNabb, daughter of former SU star athletes Donovan and Raquel McNabb, commits to Buffalo

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Lexi McNabb, the daughter of former Syracuse star athletes Donovan McNabb and Raquel (nurse) McNabb, announced on Twitter that she is committed to playing women’s basketball in Buffalo. In Buffalo, Lexi McNabb will play for another former Syracuse star with coach Felisha Legette-Jack. McNabb, a 5-foot-5 combo guard, helped Seton Catholic Preparatory High School...

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Student-Athletes Can Take Advantage of NCAA Rule Change Regarding Name, Image and Likeness – The Albion College Pleiad Online

by on September 20, 2021 0

The Albion College Britons face the Hanover-Hoover Panthers in a regular season game on Saturday. This comes at a time when college athletes, especially football players, are taking action by signing major approval agreements in accordance with changes to the NCAA rules regarding profiting of name, image and name. resemblance as a varsity athlete...

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POC to field 160 athletes in 6th AIMAG in Thailand

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The Philippine Olympic Committee (POC) has authorized a delegation of 160 athletes to compete in 21 of the 31 sports of the Sixth Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games (AIMAG) that Thailand is hosting from March 10-20 in Bangkok and Chonburi. “We have assembled a delegation whose members are all potential for medals,” POC...

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