Paralympic Athlete Regas Woods Soars Over Adversity To Achieve Lifelong Olympic Dream

By Thursday, August 11, 2016 Permalink 1

For Team USA paralympic athlete Regas Woods, anything is possible with a positive attitude. And whether or not the track and field dynamo medals in the 200-meter race or the long jump competition at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games this September, achieving his dream of making it to the Olympics already makes him a winner. Woods, a native of ...

Two-Time NBA MVP Steve Nash Hosts ‘Showdown’ Charity Soccer Match In NYC

By Wednesday, June 29, 2016 Permalink 0

Last Wednesday, sports fans huddled around Sara D. Roosevelt Park in New York City's Lower East Side to watch the legendary NBA point guard, Steve Nash, and a few of his athletic friends from the soccer world and NBA, go head-to-head in The Steve Nash Foundation's annual 'Showdown' -- a friendly, but competitive charity soccer match. In case ...

The King and I: Muhammad Ali’s Greatness Not Only Shook The World, It Also Created One That Gave Me A Purpose In Life

By Saturday, June 11, 2016 Permalink 0

The King is gone, but his greatness will live on forever. Waking up last Saturday mo(u)rning to the news that Muhammad Ali transitioned to paradise was a hard pill for me to swallow. Ali was the champion's champion, and will forever be the barometer athletes are measured against when it comes to speaking out on social issues.  During ...

From Aspiring Veterinarian To Managing The Careers Of Pro Athletes: How Adrienne Starr Let Go Of Her Childhood Dream To Pursue Her New Passion In Sports

By Thursday, March 31, 2016 Permalink 0

If you’ve ever had the chance to meet sports business entrepreneur Adrienne Starr, you’re instantly drawn in by her radiant personality and matter-of-fact sense of humor. And, as the owner of Starr Management — the pro athlete management firm she founded — Starr works tirelessly to help her clients shine brightly. But, despite making her mark in sports business, the long journey to ...