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What has become of Marion Jones and Maria Luisa Calle?

We’ve all heard the phrase “cheaters never prosper”, but we have very few opportunities to see the phrase in action. This was the case with former Olympic athletes Marion Jones (track and field), and Maria Luisa Calle (cycling). Although neither actively cheated in their…

Lindsey Vonn works out in body paint for Sports Illustrated

Working out is difficult enough, and sticking to an exercise routine is not easy. What they wear and how they look during exercise is the least of their concerns. However, we can’t say the same thing about the beautiful Lindsey Vonn. She modelled for Sports Illustrated in the 2010 swimsuit…

Nadia Comaneci gets the first perfect 10

Nadia Comaneci is Romania’s darling. She represented her country in world competitions in gymnastics. Nadia achieved the first perfect 10 score in an Olympics event. She started her career at a very young age when she was noticed by a coach while she was playing with a friend. At the time, she…

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NYU baseball player makes it to the MLB draft - 1st in 40 years

In this year’s amateur MLB draft, catcher CJ Picerni became the first player in 40 years to be drafted out of New York University. The Washington Nationals drafted him in the 31st round, with the 934th pick overall. The last player to be drafted from this prestigious university was Kevin…

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NCAA Div. II awards grants for ethnic minorities & women

NCAA is the National Collegiate Athletic Association. The main aim of the NCAA is to encourage and sustain the wellbeing of its college athletes. It also aims at maintaining long-term success for college athletes. The association currently has over 1200 colleges and universities as members. A broad…

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Who are the 2 top teams to watch in 2016 NCAA basketball championship playoffs?

We are once again down to four teams in the NCAA basketball championship playoffs. You probably already have your favorite or are a fan of one of the four. Out of these four teams that made it to the end, we will rank the two top. This ranking is based on what they have done throughout the season.…

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Athletic Scholarships

A lot of people think that higher education in the United States is very expensive. This is simply not true. A lot of scholarships are available to students on Federal and State level. Individual schools provide scholarships as well. Scholarships can be based on need, merit, field of study and many…

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Three athletic college scholarships for high school students

When you are in high school, choosing a college is a very important thing. As an athlete, you want to be sure that you will have the chance to pursue a career and use your talent, but the fees are very often not affordable. The only solution is a scholarship, something that will give you the chance…

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What is the NCAA Eligibility Center?

If you want to start a college career playing a sport, the NCAA is the place to start. The NCAA is the National College Athletic Association, an organization which sets rules (made by members) to make college sports a safe and competitive environment. If you decide to become a student-athlete, the…

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How to Get Selected for Sponsorship in College Sports?

On the off-chance that you are hoping to get included in the school game enlisting procedure, there are a couple of insider facts that can help you get a reasonable point of preference over your rivals. Selecting is extremely aggressive and you have to give yourself each point of interest you can.…

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How to Lose Weight for College Football

Want to play football in college but think you're too unfit? Or do you just tend to pile on the pounds during breaks to hamper your season? Follow these useful tips to work your way to fighting shape for the grueling college football Be meticulous when planning the diet Controlling key aspects…

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