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The Stretch: Behind Belmont’s Hardest Workers, A Family of Faith

The biggest day of the year, and just another day at work Elmont, N.Y. – On Saturday, June 7, New York’s Belmont Park will open its gates to a not-so-familiar kind of herd. An expected attendance of 100,000 plus will flood the park for the 146th Belmont Stakes, hoping to see California Chrome make history as the first Triple Crown winner in 36 years. Many of these people have never been to Belmont (nor will ...

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Tiger Woods Hosts Amateur Tournament for Youth Charities

Tiger Woods, renowned mostly for his legendary golf career, has also earned an equally important reputation for being a a strong supporter of education. Through his charity which he and his father Earl began in 1996, the Tiger Woods Foundation has impacted the lives of millions of young people worldwide. Through the Earl Wood Scholarship program, seven learning centers, and other local initiatives the organ ...

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Stuart Scott Battles Cancer With Family, Love of Sports

Stuart Scott, known for the past two decades as a personality-filled, smooth talking, passion-driven anchor for ESPN's Sportscenter is now making waves for another reason. He has had numerous battles with cancer over the past seven years, and is using his passion for sports - both broadcasting and playing - to aid himself in the fight. In this interview with Robin Roberts on ABC's Good Morning America, Scot ...

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Cricket Pro Rahul Dravid Launches Mentorship Program

While the record-breaking viewer statistics of Super Bowl XLVIII proved that the sport is still America’s pastime, across the world in India there is a similar love for the game of cricket. Cricket’s popularity in the region dates back centuries to the expansion of the British empire. Today, organizations like the GoSports Foundation continue to promote athleticism in the country. Since 2007 the organizatio ...

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Tina Charles and Safe Kids Worldwide Teach Student Athletes to Play it Smart

By Gabriel Katz For WNBA All-Star Tina Charles, speaking to youth about the importance of sports safety and knowledge of first aid techniques is great. But even greater, however, would be to show them. Charles did just that in early March, when she joined Safe Kids Worldwide for their Safe Kids’ Sports Safety Clinic held in Pembroke Pines, Florida. The event, which was the second clinic featuring Charles wa ...

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DICK’s Sporting Good Foundation Explain Why Sports Matter

For the parent who wants their child to be on a sports team with their peers or for the working teen who pays for their own sports gear, the cost to play is not cheap. DICK'S Sporting Goods, Inc. and the DICK’S Sporting Goods Foundation, along with campaign ambassadors Jon Gruden of ESPN and Fruitvale Station actor Michael B. Jordan have united under the Sports Matter campaign so that young athletes in need ...

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