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How to Raise Money for Your Youth Sports Teams Without Annoying Your Friends (Again)

Raising funds for your youth sports team can be a real drag. No one likes to bother friends and family, begging them to basically donate money und...

9 Disgusting Things Athletes Have Tried to Get a Performance Edge

Some people will do anything to win—including really gross things. Even if you set aside obviously gross and illicit behaviors, like using drugs...

10 Reminders Stressed Out Sports Parents Need to Hear

Are you a sports parent? Do you find yourself continually getting stressed about youth sports and your child's involvement in them? You are not alone....

The 7 Loudest College Football Stadiums, Ranked

It's the fourth quarter of a primetime college football game, and your squad is up 3 with just over a minute left to play. A white, ESPN-branded f...

11 Star Athletes Who Expected to Go Pro in a Different Sport

The romanticized view of pro athletes is that they've dreamt about doing whatever they do for a long, long time. That's how it works, right? A ...

Kids Play Fewer 'Pick-Up Games,' and it's Hurting Youth Sports

Pick-up games. They used to be a staple in the lives of American children. Get a group of kids together, grab a ball, and go play. It was a sanctua...

6 Rules for Multi-Sport Success

Ask almost any strength coach, athletic trainer or physical therapist, and they'll likely say that playing multiple sports is far better for your athl...

Basketball Court Dimensions and Hoop Height: A Quick Guide

How Big is a Basketball Court? An NBA basketball court is 94 feet long and 50 feet wide. In meters, it's 28.65 m long and 15.24 m wide. The WNB...

Why Parents Need to Encourage Youth Athletes to Play Multiple Sports

When it comes to our kids, we want the best for them. If they are passionate about a sport, we'll do everything possible to help them reach their full...

Football Field Dimensions and Goal Post Sizes: A Quick Guide

In American football the standard field dimensions are 120 yards long and 53 1/3 yards wide. The last 10 yards of length on either end of the fiel...

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