November 15, 2017

The Rise of Women in Skate Culture

Last weekend the world’s best female skateboarders traveled to Encinitas, California for Exposure Skate, a women’s nonprofit skate competition aiming to reaffirm strong female presence in […]
October 25, 2017

Pac-12 Swimming Defeats USA Team In College Swimming Challenge

The second-ever USA College Challenge took place in late October at the University of Southern California (USC). Thanks to the fastest 1000 in the country this […]
October 20, 2017

Virtual Reality Technology Use in Sports and Concerts

The National Basketball League (NBA) is going to be one of the first sports associations to support a full season of live games through virtual reality. […]


October 11, 2017

Fall Sports Season: What Parents Should Know About Concussions

As your child takes to the soccer or football field this Fall season, you are likely full of pride for your athlete. But with so many […]
August 7, 2017

South Carolina To Unruly Soccer Parents: Shut Up Or Get Out

It’s not uncommon to see impassioned parents get a little out of control at their child’s sporting event. And since 60% of kids who play organized […]
November 29, 2016

Mike Tyson Fights for Points on Italy’s ‘Dancing With the Stars’

This should have ended up as a Jokey Joke, but it appears that when Mike Tyson agreed to do Italy’s version of “Dancing with the Stars,” […]
November 29, 2016

Black History Spotlight: ‘Smokin’ Joe Frazier (Video)

On this day 40 years ago, Joe Frazier, also known as Smokin’ Joe, became the boxing world heavyweight champion.  At age 26, Frazier managed to knock out […]
November 29, 2016

Black History Spotlight: Muhammad Ali (Video)

On this day, February 25,  in 1964, Muhammad Ali became the world heavyweight champion of the world by defeating Sonny Liston with a signature knock out […]