The Charlotte 49ers Athletics Department has announced its EverGreen Athletics Facilities Master Vision, which will integrate into UNC Charlotte’s overall campus master plan that is being updated. EverGreen includes substantial upgrades to existing facilities as well as the construction of new spaces to enhance the overall development of its entire program.
Raceways can produce noise from many kinds of vehicles, such as race cars, street race cars, racing motorcycles, go-karts, monster trucks, and cheering spectators. During the 182nd ASA Meeting, Bonnie Schnitta, from SoundSense LLC, will discuss her efforts to reduce the noise in a Michigan neighborhood from a nearby raceway. She and her team examined several different types of barriers, including berms, acoustic barriers, or dense foliage, to block that noise from reaching surrounding houses and businesses.
Interval training is the best way to improve your cardiorespiratory fitness and overall sports performance. It works for everyone, from the elite athlete preparing for the Olympics to the regular weekend athlete to the patient who wants to improve their physical condition.
لاية مينيسوتا- في هذا الوقت من العام، بدأ سانجيف كاكار، دكتور الطب، جراح العظام في مايو كلينك، في رؤية العديد من الإصابات بين الأشخاص ممن ألهمتهم مشاهدة لعبة الغولف وغيرها من الرياضات التي تستخدم العصا.
En esta época del año, el Dr. Sanjeev Kakar, cirujano ortopédico de Mayo Clinic, empieza a ver muchas lesiones en las personas que se inspiran con los partidos de golf y otros deportes que también se juegan con palos.
Ten years after his passing on May 17, 2012, Salisbury University honored the legacy of alumnus and community leader Donnie Williams by announcing the renaming of its varsity baseball complex in his memory.
Researchers at the University of Maryland School of Medicine (UMSOM) have been collaborating on an extensive heart registry that includes student-athletes in the Big Ten athletic conference, to learn more about cardiac issues in those who have recovered from a COVID-19 infection.
High school students who focus on one sport are more likely to get injured or suffer from burnout. But new research from the University of Georgia suggests their motivation for specializing in one sport is pure: love of the game and competition.
By: Kathleen Haughney | Published: May 2, 2022 | 9:52 am | SHARE: All eyes are on Churchill Downs this week as the horse racing industry prepares for the 148th Kentucky Derby.Associate Professor of History Katherine Mooney is available to provide expert commentary to reporters covering the event. Mooney is the author of “Race Horse Men,” which examines the generations of Black men who built the racing industry and who were ultimately driven from their jobs with the rise of Jim Crow laws.
As COVID-19 reaches record levels in the UK, health experts are calling for a focus on children’s physical fitness as new research reveals concerning changes to children’s health and physical fitness following the pandemic.
New research into human speed from a team at SMU (Southern Methodist University,) and West Chester University suggests that athletes who performed short sprints with their arms closed across their chests were nearly as fast as when they sprinted with their normal arm swing.
Four individuals who have made major contributions in fields ranging from sports and entertainment to national defense and artificial intelligence will receive honorary degrees at Tulane University’s 2022 Commencement.
Henry “Hank” Aaron, one of baseball’s greatest players; Gen. David H. Berger, a Tulane graduate and commandant of the United States Marine Corps; Ken Jeong, a medical doctor who became one of the country’s most sought-after comedic actors and Dr. Rosalind Picard, an inventor, engineer, scientist and pioneer in artificial intelligence, will receive honorary degrees at the May 21 ceremony. Aaron will receive Tulane’s first-ever posthumous honorary degree.
The tool being used to diagnose concussions might be overestimating the condition and wrongly identifying symptoms like fatigue and neck pain caused from intense exercise and not a brain injury, according to Rutgers researchers.
This new research raises new questions about the Sport Concussion Assessment Tool (SCAT), a questionnaire widely used along with other methods to diagnose concussions sustained during sports. Findings were presented at the American Physiological Society annual meeting April 5.
In a new study, many athletes reported symptoms that are often used to diagnose concussions even though they did not suffer a head injury. The findings suggest that some symptoms, such as fatigue and neck pain, could be attributed to intense exercise rather than a brain injury.
Women’s History Month. The 50th anniversary of the federal Title IX gender equity law. The NCAA Women’s Final Four. Women's sport is a topic getting more attention recently. But a UNLV sport marketing expert says it’s critical that we focus attention on improving gender equity all the time — and she has a winning formula for turning the tide.
A new study by researchers at Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) in New York City provides attainable goals for return to sports and related physical activities for patients who have undergone procedures to correct progressive collapsing foot deformity (PCFD), a severe musculoskeletal pathology that can drastically inhibit a patient’s daily function. The findings were presented today at the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) 2022 Annual Meeting.
Millions of athletes worldwide have been wrestling with the challenges of working out under stay-at-home orders and evolving COVID-19 mandates and concerned about wearing a face mask if training in public or outside.
Researchers at Palo Alto University’s (PAU) Behavioral Research and Assessment in Neuropsychology (BRAIN) Lab, are compiling data to help families and sports organizations assess when it is safe for student-athletes to return to play after a concussion.
As part of Brain Injury Awareness Month, The BRAIN Lab team and Rayna Hirst, PhD, who directs the University’s neuropsychology program, offer several important tips for parents of student athletes.
An athletic trainer from University of Michigan Health received a call to join USA Hockey at the 2022 Winter Olympics last February. He has spent 24 years working with the USA Hockey National Team Development Program.
The PGA of America and Omni Hotels & Resorts today announced a new six-year partnership with UT Southwestern Medical Center, naming the hospital as the “Official Healthcare Partner of PGA Frisco.” The relationship will begin in 2023, to coincide with the official opening of PGA Frisco and Omni PGA Frisco Resort.
As a teacher preparation institute, those in UNC's College of Natural and Health Sciences take pride in pushing for more physical education classes in Colorado schools, though there is an uphill battle to overcome.
By: Kathleen Haughney | Published: March 9, 2022 | 12:42 pm | SHARE: With Selection Sunday nearly upon us, the sports world is primed for March Madness. Who will be this year’s Cinderella story? Who will go home early? And which teams will make it to the Final Four?Florida State University Associate Professor of Physics Hanwei Gao and Assistant Professor of Sport Management David Pifer break down the science of basketball.
We all know we should exercise and eat healthy. But doing that isn’t just good for maintaining your figure as you age. New research from the University of Georgia shows that physical activity could help protect your cognitive abilities as you age. And it doesn’t have to be intense exercise to make an impact.
Chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) is a degenerative brain disease linked to the repetitive head impacts that athletes get from playing contact sports. According to a new preliminary study, each additional year of playing ice hockey may increase a person’s chance of developing CTE by about 23%. The research being released today, March 2, 2022, will be presented at the American Academy of Neurology’s 74th Annual Meeting being held in person in Seattle, April 2 to 7, 2022 and virtually, April 24 to 26, 2022.
لندن- قد تمثل أمراض القلب نهاية الرحلة أو حتى تهدد حياة الرياضيين التنافسيين والترفيهيين على حدٍ سواء، إلا إن الأطباء يدركون أنه في كثير من الحالات، يمكن معالجة مشاكل القلب لمساعدة المرضى على ممارسة الرياضة. إيليا بهر، دكتور الطب، وطبيب القلب في مايو كلينك للرعاية الصحية في لندن، يشرح التوجه العام لإبقاء الرياضيين المصابين بمشاكل القلب في رحلتهم الرياضية وألعابهم.
Doenças cardíacas podem significar o fim do jogo ou até um risco à vida tanto para atletas de competição como para recreacionais, mas os médicos estão descobrindo que, em muitos casos, os problemas cardíacos podem ser administrados para ajudar os pacientes a continuar praticando esportes.
Las afecciones cardíacas pueden poner fin al deporte o hacer peligrar la vida de los deportistas, sean de competición o recreación, pero los médicos ahora se dan cuenta de que en muchos casos, es posible controlar los problemas cardíacos para permitir que los pacientes continúen practicando deporte.
Heart conditions can be game-ending or even life-threatening for competitive and recreational athletes alike, but physicians are realizing that in many cases, cardiac issues can be managed to help patients carry on with sports. Elijah Behr, M.D., a cardiologist at Mayo Clinic Healthcare in London, explains the trend toward keeping athletes with heart problems in the game.
Repetitive headers and accidental head impacts in soccer are leading to changes in blood patterns, linked to brain signalling pathways and potential alterations – the latest study to assess potential dangers of heading in soccer shows.
The ratings, which are built on years of Virginia Tech’s research and expertise in injury biomechanics, provide a unique, evidence-based way for consumers to know which helmets offer the best protection.
By: Kathleen Haughney | Published: February 16, 2022 | 8:51 am | SHARE: With 15-year-old Russian figure skater Kamila Valieva under the world’s microscope for her alleged use of a banned substance, the outcomes of the team competition and potentially the women’s competition may be in doubt.Florida State University’s renowned experts are available to discuss the use of banned substances in athletic competitions with the news media.
Before coming to the Indiana University Kelley School of Business in 2002, initially as a lecturer, Ann Bastianelli, spent more than 30 years in advertising and marketing. Today a teaching professor of marketing, she remains in tune with the latest in advertising and marketing trends. We asked what she expects to see this Super Bowl Sunday, the biggest day of the year in advertising.