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FIFA
Article | February 21, 2018
Responding to IOC Challenge, eSports Ups Games Based on Real Life   

The last time FIFA caught this much attention, it was not for a positive reason. Fortunately for soccer’s governing body, the news that the eWorld... More>>



CIAA
Article | February 7, 2018
Inside Events: The Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association   

The Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association this year celebrates the 125th anniversary of black college football in the U.S. The CIAA conducts... More>>



Election
Article | February 7, 2018
New Era Set to Begin for U.S. Soccer on the Eve of Its Presidential Election   

In just a few days, U.S. Soccer will elect a new president. That person, who will take the reins from Sunil Gulati, will have an impact on the course... More>>



Lympics
Article | February 7, 2018
By the Numbers: The Winter Olympics in PyeongChang   

In two days, the Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea, will begin, bringing not just outstanding athletic performances but all the drama... More>>



Mexico
Article | February 7, 2018
NCAA Opens Membership to Mexican Institutions   

Citing a need for fostering diversive learning and inclusivity, NCAA voted to allow colleges in Mexico to apply for inclusion in Division II. More>>



HSGirls
Article | February 7, 2018
High School Girls’ Wrestling Gaining Strength   

When high school girls’ wrestling made its debut, some thought it wouldn’t fly. Those doubters have been proven wrong and with this year’s... More>>



PSASquash
Article | February 7, 2018
Squash in NYC's Grand Central Station: As Busy as You'd Expect   

‘As busy as Grand Central Station’ is a common catchphrase. In reality, the transit stop hosts one of the most respected racquet sports events of... More>>



XGames
Article | February 7, 2018
By the Numbers: Winter X Games   

The 22nd edition of ESPN’s annual winter action sports competition, X Games Aspen 2018, just wrapped at the end of last month, with athletes... More>>



HawaiiMissile
Article | February 7, 2018
Athletes on Living Through False Alarm on Hawai'i: 'We Thought This Could be It'   

For the contiguous states, the false missile alarm in Hawai'i was a blip on the news radar. For some college teams who happened to be competing in... More>>



Val5K
Article | February 7, 2018
Red Hearts Putting Sports Events in the Black   

Valentine’s Day lands on an unromantic Wednesday this year. But its positioning, right in the heart of the week, has given sports event planners... More>>



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