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  • teams
    November 24, 2020

    How Strength Coaches Lift Teams to Championship Goals

    by Nick Friar

    “Teams are only as strong as its weakest link.” It is one of the most overused cliches in sports despite its accuracy. But what about a team’s strongest link – meaning, their fittest?

  • robinson
    November 23, 2020

    Duncan Robinson’s Rise from NCAA DIII to NBA Finals

    by Kyle Prudhomme

    If you tuned into the Miami Heat and their run to the NBA Finals there’s one thing you know for sure: Duncan Robinson played Division III men’s basketball and did so at Williams College

  • people
    November 20, 2020

    40 Under 40 Perspective: People Over Performance

    by Nick Mascioli athletic performance Second Baptist School

    I have been fortunate enough to be in the field of athletics for the past seven years. It has created an avenue for me to pursue a full-time career, perform meaningful work, and help impact student-athletes and people regularly. I can honestly say that I wake up every morning in disbelief that I get to do this for a living.

  • athletes
    November 19, 2020

    Iron Sharpens Iron: Calloused Hands, Bloody Knuckles & a Fire in your Heart

    by Ken Mannie

    As with most of you, I’ve derived a lot of the motivation for my life from family members. In my family, the main source of inspiration was my grandfather, Gabriel. Stern, stubborn, and strong as an ox in many ways, he was a card-carrying advocate of tough love; or as some refer to the approach today, loving tough.  

  • women
    November 18, 2020

    The Global Community of Women in High School Sports

    by Jen Brooks

    “Be brave enough to start conversations that matter.” These are the words I continue to repeat. These are the words I needed to believe. I was a female working in a male-dominated industry. Often I was told I did not belong. Often I was told my opinion didn’t matter. I had to be brave enough to start the conversations that mattered. I had to remind myself of that. If I am honest, it took years for me to be brave enough. I was mad enough. I just wasn’t brave enough. I wasn’t even sure where to start. 

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