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If you've ever watched a marathon or a triathlon event and thought, ?I could never do that!? – you could be right. A recent discovery proves that some people's genes just make them bad at running. For most people training helps... more

Battle of the Blades combines Canada's love affair with its two premier winter sports of hockey and figure skating. Everyone will be talking about this fiercely competitive, suspenseful live show now returning to television after a one year... more

According to the Sport Information Resource Centre, it's estimated that there are 110 sport related concussions per 100,000 Canadians. When you consider and include children and adolescents, that number jumps to 200 per 100,000... more

Battle of the Blades combines Canada's love affair with its two premier winter sports of hockey and figure skating. Everyone will be talking about this fiercely competitive, suspenseful live show now returning to television after a one year... more

Like many high school athletes, Rob Grabow had a bad uniform experience. His team worked very hard to raise funds for overpriced, low-quality sports uniforms. Following a brief semi-professional basketball stint, he found why his uniforms... more

A concussion is more than just a headache or a temporary loss of cognitive ability. It's an injury that is invisible and destructive if not handled properly. Talking to others who have experienced a concussion and are living through signs,... more

The Institute of Medicine's 2013 Concussion Investigation preliminary findings, have confirmed our worst fears. The debate around repetitive brain damage, from contact sports that produce career ending disabilities to longer term brain... more

We now have very reliable proof that tens of thousands of students attending elementary and secondary schools may be walking around with mild traumatic brain injuries that place them at risk for life-altering consequences from multiple... more

Prior to October 2011, 17-year-old Madeline Uretsky was a four-sport athlete, straight ‘A' student, member of many extracurricular clubs, winner of several academic awards, and invited to attend student leadership conferences.... more

According to the Center for Kids First in Sports, the number of kids playing organized sports in North America averages between 30 and 40 million a year. In three out of four households with school-aged children, at least one child... more
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