Four Essential Qualities of a Great Coach

Everyone remembers their favorite hockey coach – that magical individual that inspired them to become the best hockey player they could be. If you are...

Amazing Sports Feat: Chamberlain Scores 100 Points 51 Years Ago

The National Basketball Association (NBA) of today is about silly and trivial matters, such as LeBron James’ dunks before a game and the Harlem Shake....

NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament Marked a Half Century of Change

This year marks the 50th anniversary of a watershed year for the NCAA men’s Division I basketball tournament.  Louisville earned the national championship Monday...

Armstrong to Give “No-Holds Barred” Interview to Oprah Winfrey – But Critics Fear He...

Lance Armstrong will appear in "no-holds-barred" interview, to be broadcast on the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN), later this month, fueling growing speculation that the disgraced...

Age, Ability, and the Quest for Victory in Youth Sports: Lessons in Ethics

As I began this analysis of youth sports and the prohibitions it puts on participants in terms of age, and in one extreme instance,...

Ng Ser Miang Officially Enters Race for IOC Presidency

Singapore's Ng Ser Miang has officially confirmed he is putting himself forward as a candidate to replace Jacques Rogge as President of the International...

U.S. Supreme Court Next Stop for Mike Leach Case

The latest ruling by the Texas Supreme Court in college football coach Mike Leach’s case against Texas Tech University made for good press. However,...

IOC Presidential Candidates to Present to Session in Lausanne this July

The candidates vying to replace Jacques Rogge as the President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) will all be allowed to present their manifestos...

Servant Leadership Coaching Based on the Foundation of Trust

Coaches generally agree that athletes’ perceptions of authority have changed in past decades. Years ago, the coach was viewed as an authoritarian figure much...

Spread of Synthetic Marijuana a Growing Problem in College Athletics

A story ran in the Mobile Press-Register on Sunday, July 29, about the death in September 2011 of a basketball player at Anderson  College...

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