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Dr. Fred Cromartie

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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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