Safety & Security

Poll | August 1, 2019
Head Protection for Female Lacrosse Athletes   

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USA_T
News | July 16, 2019
New Partnership Announced Ahead of Legacy Tri, Age Group Nationals   

The alliance was forged as a way for the organizations to collectively grow the sports of swimming and triathlon. More>>



Opsec
| July 15, 2019
OpSec Commits to Three-Year Sponsorship Deal with SFIA   

The Sports & Fitness Industry Association (SFIA) is pleased to announce a new corporate and strategic partnership with OpSec Security. More>>



ConcussionReport
Article | July 10, 2019
The Most Frequently Reported Injury Among Youth Athletes? Concussions   

What’s the most frequently reported injury among young athletes? It’s not blown-out ACLs or even broken bones. It’s concussions, unfortunately.... More>>



Masters
Article | July 10, 2019
Texas Family Pleads Guilty in Scheme to Resell Tickets for The Masters   

Hard on the heels of the college admissions scandal comes the news of a Texas family who was recently arrested for masterminding a scheme to resell... More>>



Lifeguard
Article | July 10, 2019
Will Lifeguard Shortage Hurt Swim Meets this Summer?   

Lifeguards used to hold the same iconic status as football quarterbacks, head cheerleaders and the class president. But now, pool owners and... More>>


Poll | July 1, 2019
Protective netting at baseball parks: Is it enough?   

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Article | June 26, 2019
Risk Management: Don't Let it be an Afterthought   

Risk management can easily scare event owners and facility managers alike when it comes to sports events. As a result, it’s often left until the... More>>



coach
Article | June 26, 2019
Alabama on the Leading Edge with Coaching Education to Prevent Injuries   

In Alabama, the Alabama’s Coach Safely Act — reportedly is the first law of its kind to require all coaches of youth athletes 14 years and... More>>



Ref
Article | June 26, 2019
Louisiana Law Gives Jail Time for Yelling at Youth Sports Officials   

A brand-new Louisiana law makes harassing a ref on the scholastic or rec level a crime punishable by up to 90 days in jail. And the offender has to... More>>



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