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This isn’t a random photo, he’s my son.

Reflecting on sport culture in a world post-Nassar

Melissa D. McCradden argues the sports world could learn a thing or two from bioethics. 866 more words

Mental Health

Caster Semenya To Fight Back In Court Challenging IAAF’s Female Eligibility Rules



JOHANNESBURG – Caster Semenya will challenge the IAAF’s female eligibility rules at the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS). The New York Times reported on Monday that the South African middle-distance phenom has confirmed she will take on the global athletics governing body’s amended regulations which go into effect in November. 206 more words

ACL Injuries in Female Athletes

Kevin Turner- Turner Strength & Performance

With more opportunities for female athletes and trends toward year-round sports participation, the tendency to specialize in one sport earlier on has put female athletes at 6 times the risk of suffering a non-contact anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury than boys (www.thefemaleacl.com/blog/female-acl-injury-statistics.amp). 231 more words


A Lesson in Compassion

We started this blog because our family loves sports, and we realized that there are life’s lessons we and our children are constantly learning via this sports life we created. 398 more words

Parenting Stuff

Yinzer 5k Race Recap

Deciding to run this race was kind of a last minute decision for me. I didn’t intend it to be a peak race by any means but, I did choose it because it fell directly at the 2-week mark of my marathon training for the Chicago Marathon. 685 more words

Medieval knights mock fight in Balboa Park!

Look what I watched today!

Every Sunday afternoon, on a large area of grass in Balboa Park’s Morley Field Sports Complex, medieval knights come together and engage in mock combat! 217 more words