Athletes

SEC votes to authorize student-athlete education benefits

by on September 24, 2021 0

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

by on September 23, 2021 0

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

by on September 22, 2021 0

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

by on September 22, 2021 0

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

by on September 21, 2021 0

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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