Scientists have found drug-resistant “super bacteria” on the beaches of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, that may potentially pose a threat to athletes who will compete in water-related events at the Olympic Games.
In his new position as Strength and Conditioning Coach at Southern Utah University, Will Greenberg is working hard to learn as quickly as he can. When he was on the East Coast in May, he took the time to seek the advice of some veterans.
After finding great success using a collapsible medical tent on the football sidelines last year, the University of Alabama has licensed the technology to Kinematic Sports LLC, which will have them available for sale in July.
Cincinnati Children's Medical Center is in the process of performing a study with the athletes of St. Xavier High School in Cincinnati to see whether a new device known as the Q-Collar can help prevent concussions.
Like many who are involved with the game of football, Rutgers University Head Coach Chris Ash is determined to make the game safer. That’s why he was recently in Philadelphia, serving as the keynote speaker at a tackle clinic being held in conjunction with the College Rugby Championships.