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Dr. Fred Cromartie

Dr. Cromartie is the Director of Doctoral Studies at the United States Sports Academy. He can be contacted at cromarti@ussa.edu

Speedskater’s Honorable Move a True and Noble Gesture to Teammate

By Fred Cromartie, Ed. D. | American standout speedskater Brittany Bowe stepped aside so Erin Jackson, who slipped in the trials, could skate the...

Investigation Leads to Firing of Colorado State Football Coach

By Dr. Fred J. Cromartie, Ed. D. | Colorado State University conducted investigations into the behavior of head football coach Steve Addazio. From one...

Baseball Legend Dusty Baker

By Dr. Fred J. Cromartie | A legend in baseball as both a player and manager, Johnnie B. "Dusty" Baker is the only 3-time...

Kyrie Irving’s Unvaccinated Choice

By Dr. Fred J. Cromartie | Well it is perfectly clear to all that Kyrie Irving has made the personal decision not to get...

Curt Flood: In the Words of Others

By Dr. Fred J. Cromartie, Ed.D. | The feature articles by Allen Barra and Jonathan Abrams speak directly to the sacrifice and selflessness for...

Moroccan Ends Kenya’s Gold Medal Streak in Men’s 3000-Meter Steeplechase

By Dr. Fred J. Cromartie, Ed.D. | The gold medal winning streak of 41 years for Kenyan runners in the men’s 3000-meter steeplechase was...

The Made-for-TV Olympics

By Fred Cromartie, Ed.D. | With the Summer Games set to open in just two weeks, Tokyo Olympic Minster Tamayo Marukawa announced today that...

Chicago Bears Reportedly on the Market

By Fred Cromartie, Ed.D. | Today, when I received word that my beloved Chicago Bears could be on the market for sale, I had...

Teenage Bowler Converts Rare 7-10 Split

By Fred Cromartie, Ed.D. | Yes, I am writing about a very rare accomplishment in the sport of bowling. Some might come at me with...

Barnes, Staley First Black Women to Coach in Same Final Four

By Fred J. Cromartie, Ed.D. | South Carolina’s Dawn Staley and Arizona’s Adia Barnes have accomplished a first in NCAA Women’s Tournament history.  It’s...
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