Sports

The Widening Accessibility Gap In Youth Sports

When Otto Loewy was 8 or 9 years old, his mom signed him up for youth baseball. He had already been playing soccer, but why not try another sport? Get up to speed on the coronavirus outbreak and other news Boston is talking about. Add our daily newsletter to your morning routine. Sign up now. That first season, Otto made the ...

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Surveys to help AIA determine fate of fall sports season

Questions regarding whether the state of Arizona will have a fall sports season and how it will go about occurring in the midst of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic could be answered in the coming weeks. As it looks ahead to the possibility of having a fall sports season, the Arizona Interscholastic Association will soon be sending surveys out to all ...

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CSA gets green light to host matches as Sports Minister approves 7 additional sports

“These Sport bodies have submitted their plans, indicating their state of readiness and their commitment to adhere to stringent health protocols that they will implement in accordance with the prescribed regulations and directions,” said the government in a statement. “The sport bodies are urged to take note of and implement the comments from the Health authorities, as applies to each ...

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Can Live Sports Transform The Streaming Video Wars?

The NBA, NFL and Major League Baseball are stumbling, badly, toward a resumption of games, trying to figure out how to make money in a resurgent pandemic with few or no paying fans in attendance, the same giant problem facing movie theaters and concert venues. Meanwhile, people are cutting the cord on their traditional pay-TV packages at a record pace, ...

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Celiac disease: High risk in the North

Celiac disease is far more common in northern India compared to the south or north-eastern areas, according to doctors at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in New Delhi. Celiac disease is an autoimmune condition which involves an immune reaction to the gluten protein, commonly found in wheat, barley and rye products. This immune reaction results in inflammation ...

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St Kevin’s College dean of sports Luke Travers and two other teachers leave school

Three staff at St Kevin’s College in Melbourne have left the top Catholic school, which isunder pressure over its handling of sexual misconduct allegations. Luke Travers, the school’s dean of sports, was stood down on Wednesday after the ABC’s Four Corners revealed he gave an employment reference and character evidence for convicted child sex offender Peter Kehoe. In a letter ...

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New threat to McLaughlin’s crown? Chaz Mostert’s ‘dream start’ to new Holden campaign

It was a “dream start” to life for Chaz Mostert at new team Walkinshaw Andretti United after the Holden recruit recorded a podium finish at the Superloop Adelaide 500. Mostert began the week with positive headlines when he broke the practice/qualifying lap record around the Adelaide streets, before racing to seventh in Race 1 on Saturday. On Sunday, the 2014 ...

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Amateur teenage golfer Stephanie Kyriacou stuns field of pros … by EIGHT shots

It’s one thing for a teenage amateur golfer to beat an international field of professionals, it’s quite another to street them and win by eight strokes. That’s what 19-year-old Sydneysider Stephanie Kyriacou did when she announced herself as a star of the future by winning the Australian Ladies Classic on Sunday. Far from daunted at holding a two-shot overnight lead ...

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