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Beauty Out of Ugly Things

Which is less forgiving, sky-diving, or bocce? Go-cart racing or putt-putt? Basketball, or football? Swimming, or archery? Table-tennis or water-skiing? Baseball, or Ice hockey? Which? If...

Six Men

Not once upon a time – one time. Just, one time. One. Time. This one time, there were these six guys. They were pals....

Let’s Turn Back the Clock

When did it all change in athletics that coaches, players, parents, and so on have decided that the idea behind sports is to pursue...

More Than Dabbing

Several years ago, one of my students asked me if I’d be interested in attending one of his athletic events. I said, sure, “what...

2016: What We Know For Sure…

Tell me it’s not possible. It’s not, right? It’s just not possible. That we could have missed something. Anything. Could we have missed anything? No...

Gabby Douglas Becomes Anti-Bullying Ambassador After Rio 2016 ‘Abuse’

Three-time Olympic gold medalist Gabby Douglas of the United States has become the first ambassador of an initiative aimed at tackling cyber-bulling. Douglas, who was...

Leadership in Sport

Motivation and satisfaction are two key elements which drive both leaders and followers to high performance. Effective leaders are able to motivate followers to...

Relevance: How Compatibility and Chemistry Turn Leaders into Rock Stars

Being relevant is as important to leadership as it is to being a rock star. We talk about relevance all the time with our...

Winters: Peace and Sport Forum Gives Hope that Sport can be a Successful Vehicle...

At a time when there are so many problems in the world, it was refreshing to be in attendance at this week’s Peace and...

Intervention: Sports as a Mechanism for Behavior Change

Early Sunday morning workouts are when some of the best conversations happen at the gym. It happened to be one of those late summer...

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