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NCAA lawsuit could transform college athletics

The Ed O’Bannon lawsuit against the NCAA goes to court June 9 and could forever change the look of intercollegiate athletics. Personally though, it...

Cycle helmets are useless, says brain surgeon

A leading neurosurgeon has controversially claimed that cyclists who wear helmets are wasting their time. Henry Marsh, who works at St George’s Hospital in Tooting,...

Former Professional Athletes and Successful Franchising

Many former professional athletes have struggled financially, many of whom to the point of bankruptcy. Roughly 60 percent of NBA players are bankrupt five...

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...

Dear Coaches and Athletes, Concussions are Serious!

As the news of sport-related concussions continues to spread across sport media, many coaches and athletes still aren’t convinced of the seriousness and potential...

Coe asks USADA: “What ‘assistance’ has Tyson Gay provided to have ban reduced?”

Sebastian Coe has asked the hard question of the US anti-doping authorities following their reduction of Tyson Gay's doping ban in exchange for what...

Compression Socks Put to the Test

I have to admit, I've heard the buzz on knee-high compression socks boosting running performance and improving recovery for quite some time, and have...

Lewiston High School rejects proposal to raise money for more sports

Lewiston High School athletes will not pay to play sports next year after the Lewiston School Committee Monday night rejected the proposal as a...

Mayo Clinic researchers validate rapid sideline concussion test for youth athletes

A rapid, easy-to-administer eye movement test is showing great promise as a sideline concussion test for youth sports, a Mayo Clinic study finds. In the...

Does Athletics Enhance the Division III College Experience?

The following was released by the NCAA:  
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