There’s no right or wrong way of being an athlete, everyone’s situation is different. These are just some things to think about when deciding what athletic path to take. Learn the in and outs and pros and cons of getting involved in the recruiting process.
Watch the video: Stanford Women’ golf coach Anne Walker on how important it is for recruits to speak for themselves when meeting college coaches.
As Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey prepares to play pro football, he has some advice for america’s youth: Play more than one sport.
I recently received a phone call from a friend who is one of the national directors of coaching for a major us sport governing body. he told me the story of a recent phone call his office received from a distraught parent:
Warriors coach and five-time NBA champion Steve Kerr recalls his parents' roles in his own sports experience.
There are a lot of talented athletes out there, but talent alone will not land you a coveted roster spot. Your talent may get your foot in the door, but it takes a lot more to hit the field at the next level.
In 2004, FC Midtjylland in Denmark set out to establish Scandinavia’s first youth soccer academy. As a new club, it did not have the pick of the litter of Danish soccer talent, which went to bigger, far more established clubs.
The regular season of club volleyball has ended, and while many teams are still training in preparation for the national championships, summer is rapidly approaching.
For many young athletes and their families, the dream of playing college sports is very different from the reality.
Not too long ago, young athletes bounced from sport to sport as the seasons changed. Now, the emphasis on playing just one has youth advocates concerned about the number of injuries and burnout. Watch the video for a closer look at the questions parents need to consider in your winning ways.
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