June 14, 2021

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College football players sustained far more concussions during practices than they did in games, medical researchers reported on Monday, a finding certain to add to the yearslong debate about regulating training regimens across the sport.

Much less clear is whether the college sports industry will nationalize safety reforms like those adopted by the N.F.L., which limits the number of full-contact practices per season, or some college conferences. But with the N.C.A.A. and its members facing urgent decisions on other fronts, including the coronavirus pandemic, far-reaching new rules may not be imminent.

The authors of the new study, published in JAMA

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The improved weather will undoubtedly push some kind of return to organised sport on to the political agenda in the coming days and weeks – in which realm, it is worth noting a letter from 80 sportspeople in Northern Ireland to the Stormont Executive last week.

Signed by well-known figures from across the sporting spectrum, it urges the political powers in the north to take “immediate action to mandate the resumption of youth sport in Covid-safe environments so as to begin to address the wellbeing crisis among our young people”.

One of the 80 signatories to the Stormont letter is

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TEXARKANA, Texas (KTAL/KMSS) – Texarkana A&M University Athletic Department will allow spectators to attend spring sports at university venues free of charge.

Because spring sports are played outdoors with a greater ability to follow social distancing protocols, Athletic Director Michael Galvan says the department will allow spectators at competitions.

Galvan says spectators must wear a mask and will be required to sign in and provide contact information each time they attend a university athletic competition. They must also agree to contact the TAMUT athletic department within 48 hours if they begin to show symptoms of COVID-19 or receive a positive

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The Electronic Arts college football video game franchise, long beloved by sports fans but paused indefinitely years ago when it was swept up in wrangling over the rights of student-athletes, will be revived, the game maker said Tuesday.

E.A. Sports did not announce a timeline for the release of the game, which was last published in 2013, but Cam Weber, a top executive, said Tuesday that the company was “eager to bring a new game to players in the next couple of years.”

Although scores of colleges stand to gain financially from the game’s return, players, at least for now,

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The Organising Committee of the Ghana 2023 African Games has confirmed that its facilities will be turned into a university for sport and development following the event’s conclusion.

Chairman of the Organising Committee Kwaku Ofosu-Asare, told Daily Guide that it would be the first legacy project of its kind in West Africa.

Venues for the Games will be in the capital city Accra as well as the Ashanti region capital Kumasi.

“We have secured 100 acres of land near Jubilee Estates in Accra for the project,” confirmed Ofosu-Asare.

Before it can be officially approved, Ofosu-Asare mentioned that funding has to

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BEEKMANTOWN, N.Y. (WCAX) – Sports considered high risk can start practice in Clinton County schools. The governor gave the OK back in January for the winter season to start for sports like basketball, cheerleading and ice hockey. Our Kelly O’Brien found the student-athletes at Beekmantown Central School District wasted no time getting back in the game.

Students at Beekmantown Central School District may be on a school break but that didn’t stop the student-athletes from coming back and getting on the court.

The sounds that surround a basketball court are the sounds the student-athletes have missed so much. It’s been

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