The traditional way kids and adults watch sports is quite different than it was even 10 years ago.
Youth coaches, parents and even players are blurring the lines between gamesmanship and outright cheating. It's time to stop that trend.
Playing after the loss of a loved one can help athletes deal with their grief and begin the healing process.
Playing sports can be stressful for many families. But it can also bring them closer together.
Amateur and professional sports have plenty of examples of destructive behavior. But that shouldn't keep young athletes from participating.
Through adaptive sports, this Texas-based organization is changing the lives of disabled children and adults.
Athletes have a lot on their plate. But many still find the time to volunteer in their community.
How can youth athletes learn from failure without ruining their self-esteem? Some experts weigh in.
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