Athletes and Coaches: How to Take Your Skills Off the Field

By Adrian

You know how to lead a huddle. Whether playing an intramural game with friends or coaching your child’s school team, you are a great leader and can rally the troops to play their best. This leadership you possess as an athlete, and possibly a coach, doesn’t have to stop once the game ends. You’d be surprised to find that your leadership skills on the football field can extend to other aspects of your personal and professional life as well. 

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How Roger Federer is Doing Better than Most Against Father Time

2018 will mark the second year in which a period of three weeks runs in between the end of the French Open and the start of Wimbledon. The slight extension of off time between tennis grand slam events may seem like a minor detail, thing but in the extremely structured, overly-micromanaged big money global sporting universe, this is a big deal.

With every event and tournament, there is an extensive amount of energy put into making sure optimum exposure, on multiple levels, is achieved. You have to make considerations for sponsorships, facility needs, venue concerns, athletes, the athletes supports staff and so much more. With so many different competing interests, you better believe that it takes years of behind the scenes maneuvering by the game’s powers-that-be to make this one shift come to fruition.

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How a Rangefinder can Make Your Golf Game Better

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Before you hit the links this summer, you got to get out to the range and practice. Even the best of us, need to hit up the golfing range where we can work on both our drives and our putting. It’s time to hit the golf range.

Once there, be sure to interact with others that can help you augment your game. However, you don’t want to look like a novice while all the pros are conversing in insider jargon. Therefore, you might want to bone up on the terminology before hitting the range. That’s where we come in with this guide to terms frequently used in the world of golf.

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Plenty of value on offer in this year’s Coral Eclipse

HORSE RACING

By Patrick Pierce

A true sign that we’re in the thick of the summer sporting schedule is the arrival of the much-loved Coral Eclipse at Sandown. First contested in 1886, this Group One flat race run over 1m 1f ranks as a real favourite with the game’s purists and a cool £500,000 prize pot ensures the big names come out to play.

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Helio Castroneves the Premier Indy 500 Story Line this Year

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The 102nd running of the Indianapolis 500 faces a multitude of challenges. Ticket prices have gotten so ridiculously high that they have now priced out their core fan base, and the tourists. Television ratings have sagged so badly that the race will now have to make a change in broadcast rights holders.

In 2017, the Indy 500 saw a 13% drop in ratings, and that made for the worst number in 31 years. America is quickly losing interest in the IndyCar series race which traditionally provides the unofficial opening of summer, and with it, typically some nice wholesome thoughts. A truly compelling storyline is needed now more than ever- enter Helio Castrovenes

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Five Surprising Participants to the 2018 FIFA World Cup

 

Russia is the only team that was certain to participate in the 2018 FIFA World Cup – the host country’s national team automatically qualifies. The rest of the participants were as unpredictable as a game of roulette at either of the new UK online casinos emerging in the last couple of years. And the qualifications for this year’s massive football event were, indeed, surprising – teams that anyone would’ve bet will be there will stay home this year, and others that nobody expected to will get on the plane.

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Questions College Coaches Ask + Financial Aid Tips

Coaches Corner: Concordia University St. Paul Recruiting Coordinator Jake Munkwitz Talks About the Recruiting Process.

We want to get to know, so we’re going to ask:

what are your hobbies?

what do you want to study in school? and what do you want to do with it when you’re done?

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Coaches Corner: Three college coaches discuss the recruiting process

Recruiting is competitive. Think of all the other athletes out there wanting a chance to play their sport at the college level. Recruits need to find ways to stand out. College coaches are going to be more interested in athletes who have been actively reaching out to them and are knowledgeable about their program.

The athletic recruiting process is time-consuming, confusing, and very difficult if one doesn’t know where to start. An online recruiting profile is very important to have college coaches view academic and athletic abilities. UnderRecruited Preps connects student-athletes to college coaches and teaches them about the athletic recruiting process

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Last Chance U: Athletic Recruiting Tips/Advice from Junior College Coach Dewitt

Athletic scholarships are competitive. Think of all the other athletes out there wanting a chance to play their sport at the college level. Recruits need to find ways to stand out. College coaches are going to be more interested in athletes who have been actively reaching out to them and are knowledgeable about their program.

The athletic recruiting process is time-consuming, confusing, and very difficult if one doesn’t know where to start. An online recruiting profile is very important to have college coaches view academic and athletic abilities. UnderRecruited Preps connects student-athletes to college coaches and teaches them about the athletic recruiting process.

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3 Reasons You Haven’t Heard from College Coaches

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Good high school grades may double your chances of playing sports in college. The recruiting process starts your first day of high school and getting off to a great start is very important if you want to be recruited. The athletic recruiting process is very competitive and academic performance will make you stand out or hurt your chances of being recruited. Concordia University St. Paul Recruiting Coordinator Jake Munkwitz Talks About the Recruiting Process.

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The Ultimate Sports Fan Christmas Gift Guide

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By John O’Leary

You are probably well into your holiday shopping by now. Since the economic crisis, most of us have been starting much earlier. Fewer people leave their shopping to the last minute as it’s simply cheaper and less stressful to get it out of the way so you can enjoy the holidays without worrying that there is still so much to do.

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Locations Around The World For a Sports Vacation

If you’re into travel and sport, then you’re not alone. Sports tourism is a big thing, bringing different people to all different parts of the world to experience their favorite sports events or try it out for themselves. So if you’re looking to plan a vacation next year, then why not check out some of these top destinations that can be a great way to combine a love of travel and a love of sports. Have you been to any of them before?

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