NASCAR’s Jason Leffler Killed in Dirt Car Accident

NASCAR's Jason Leffler, who was 37, died from injuries suffered when his 410 sprint car slammed into the wall at Bridgeport Speedway dirt track...

Concussed High School Athletes Who Receive Neuropsychological Testing Sidelined Longer

When computerized neuropsychological testing is used, high school athletes suffering from a sports-related concussion are less likely to be returned to play within one...

Longer Gym Class Periods Reduce Childhood Obesity

More time in gym class actually does reduce the likelihood that young children will become obese, according to a new study published in the...

Weighted Disc Wheel Training for Elite Level Track Cycling Sprinters

What is Track Cycling Track cycling made its Olympic debut in 1896 (1).  Since its inception the sport has captivated athletes and spectators alike with...

Armstrong Refuses to Cooperate with Doping Investigation Because He Fears Consequences, Claims USADA Chief

Lance Armstrong announced Wednesday that he will refuse to cooperate with the United States Anti-Doping Agency's (USADA) investigation by giving them a full confession,...

Football, Explosions Rattle Brain in Similar Ways

Attention has been drawn recently to an article published on September 7 by Fox News. The article reported on a recent study of retired...

Utah School District sees promising results from random drug testing policy

School officials in Davis County spoke highly of a new random drug testing policy Tuesday, with first-year feedback suggesting lower levels of drug use...

The Embarrassment for the IOC is that They Have Been Skewered by Their Own...

Tuesday, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Executive board removed a sport from the Olympic program and woke up to discover they had lit a...

Sport Concussion: Going from Bad to Worse

Once looked upon as an underestimated and often ignored injury, sport-related concussion has taken sports media by storm. Reports of athletes suffering from long-term...

Sports and Recreation Injuries Drop 12 Percent for Children in Past Decade

Bicycle, trampoline and roller sport injuries for children are on the decline. Football and soccer injuries, however, are still on the rise. New research presented...

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