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NFL players, owners help 'Inspire Change' for social justice

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The NFL is highlighting its Inspire Change social justice initiative in stadiums and during game broadcasts during the final two weeks of the regular season.
Video content will be used to amplify the impactful social justice work done by NFL players, clubs, league, and social justice grant partners to break down barriers to oppo ... (full story)

Rollers for cycling

What with the cycling off-season now in full bloom, I again find myself in the unenviable position as a coach to begin implementing indoor cycling specific workouts for my bicycling clients.
And I say unenviable because it’s not a task that readily endears me to these folks.
Most riders take to the monotony of indoor ... (full story)

Column: Tales from the PGA Tour after a long year in golf

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Two spectators and one golf writer should have seen this coming.
Jon Rahm finished the 15th hole at Muirfield Village during a practice round for the Memorial. Walking to the next tee, two spectators approached for an autograph.
"I'm sorry, I can't," Rahm replied. "I'm in contact tracing."
That was a ... (full story)

Buckeye trail solitude

In my world, now’s the perfect time of the year to get out there and explore some of the more remote trails in Cuyahoga Valley National Park.
For one, all those blood-sucking bugs are well in the rearview mirror, and two, you just might find yourself having most of those trails to yourself.
Now though I’m not a ... (full story)

USA Basketball announces Kerr as next Olympic men's coach

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Steve Kerr saw everything that Gregg Popovich went through as coach of the U.S. men's national team, saw exactly how difficult it was last summer for the Americans to emerge from the Tokyo Olympics with another gold medal.
And when he walked off the floor for the last time in Tokyo, he was drained.
"It wasn't easy," ... (full story)