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June 26, 2023

University of Findlay announces upgrades to football facilities

The University of Findlay Department of Athletics recently announced plans for a new multi-purpose practice facility located in the heart of campus. Dick Strahm Champions Field will provide 83,000 square feet of turf that will be utilized primaril...

June 26, 2023

Chiefs ATC inducted into NATA Hall of Fame

Kansas City Chiefs head athletic trainer Rick Burkholder earned yet another award last week. After earning a Super Bowl title with the Chiefs in February, Burkholder — along with six others — was inducted into the National Athletic Trainers' A...

June 21, 2023

Researchers find new link between sleep and concussions

A new study led by Flinders University points to the importance of sleep quality in the aftermath and recovery process of sports-related concussions, a common form of mild traumatic brain injury. Results from a study published in Nature and Sci...

June 21, 2023

North Carolina coach suspended following secret peeping charge

A North Carolina high school teacher and coach is facing charges by local police after allegedly installing secret cameras in a relative's bathroom. Mark Thompson, 50, was charged by Atlantic Beach police on June 1 for felony secret peeping. Ac...

June 21, 2023

Virtual reality training helps transform the NFL

The National Football League (NFL) has recently adopted innovative technology beyond the standard playbook to enhance player safety, performance, and fan involvement. It explores the exciting new frontier at the crossroads of technology and Americ...

June 12, 2023

UNC Wilmington student-athletes complete nearly 4,200 hours of community service

The University of North Carolina Wilmington has announced that student-athletes contributed 4,197 hours of community service in the local area during the 2022-2023 school year. Even with unparalleled success during the 2022-23 athletic year, UNCW ...

June 12, 2023

Doctors: Sports medicine must break cycle of gender bias

Sports and exercise medicine must up its game to break the cycle of gender bias in the specialty, urge an international group of doctors in an editorial in the open access journal BMJ Open Sport & Exercise Medicine. The dearth of women in all...

June 12, 2023

Study suggests headers in soccer not as harmful as originally thought

A new study suggests soccer ‘headers’ may not cause irrevocable harm damage — as long as the technique is properly taught. The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) studied the repetitive impacts of headers by athletes using six diffe...