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J.J. Watt Donates $10,000 To Madison Family Who Lost Their Father In A Car Accident

February 22, 20170

NFL star J.J. Watt is always up to something good. In his latest stand-up move, he donated $10,000 to a family who lost their father in a car accident. Jenni
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Winless High School Football Team Takes Knee, Gives Up Win After Opposing Player Gets Seriously Injured

September 15, 20160

The Woodlands JV football team was looking for their first win of the season against Tompkins. They were more than hungry for it, but down by one point, with 12
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Life Beyond the Streets: Mario Moran Finds Wheelchair Basketball After Getting Shot

June 21, 20160

  By Kim Constantinesco When you hear “Miami Heat basketball,” you probably think Dwayne Wade or Chris Bosh. Or maybe images of slick-haired Pat Riley or former big man Alonzo
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An 11-Year-Old Shoots Hole-In-One In Front Of Tiger Woods

March 3, 20160

Imagine teeing off in front of Tiger Woods. I don’t know about you, but I don’t think I could even place the ball on the tee without it falling off
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Max Domi Gets Help From Best Friend to Help Juggle NHL Career, Type 1 Diabetes

November 17, 20150

By Matt Petrero Max Domi of the Arizona Coyotes is one of many second-generation players in the NHL. His father, Tie Domi, played over 1,000 games in the league as
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Leading Through Listening: Transgender Athlete, Activist Kye Allums Learning He Doesn’t Always Have To Be The One Doing The Talking

October 20, 20150

By Steve Coulter Kye Allums is still adjusting to the spotlight. The transgender pioneer who broke the barrier in 2010 to become the first openly transgender athlete in NCAA history
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Beth Sanden Becomes First Athlete With Disability To Complete A Marathon on Seven Continents

March 26, 20150

By Josh Jacques When Beth Sanden, 60, traveled to Antarctica in February, she used her 43-pound handcycle to complete a marathon. More importantly, she finished her 13-year journey to accomplish
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Women’s Hockey Pro Donated Only Stick To Hockey Hall of Fame

March 13, 20150

Not all pro athletes have the luxuries you think they do. Janine Weber of the Canadian Hockey League’s Boston Blades was on the hunt for a stick. Yes, a hockey
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X Games Adaptive Snowboarder Mike Schultz Finds Solace In Building Legs As His Heals

March 12, 20150

Eyes and cameras cast on Mike Schultz at the opening press conference during X Games 2015, athletes like Shaun White, Danny Davis, Jamie Anderson, and Kelly Clark listened with great
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Heart Condition Ended Georgetown Center’s Career, But He Got The Start On Senior Day

March 7, 20150

Georgetown senior Tyler Adams got his first career start in his final home game on Saturday. This isn’t your typical senior bench player signing off on his collegiate career, however.
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Nine-Year-Old Rodeo Star Went After $1 Million Pot

March 2, 20150

How about this for a Breakthrough Athlete? Nine-year-old Chayni Chamberlain of Stephenville, Texas took home $40,000 after winning a qualifying tournament for RFD-TV’s The American rodeo competition. Then the young cowgirl
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For Boston Marathon Survivor, Rebekah Gregory, Finish Line Is Just The Start

February 18, 20151

Sometimes, after a traumatic event, moving on means not just stepping away, but running forward. That’s the case for Rebekah Gregory, 27, who was one of 264 injured in the
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Steven Jacobo Not Letting Accident Keep Him From WCMX, Bobsled

January 29, 20150

  By Rachel Afraimi Steven Jacobo was living the snowboarder life in Lake Tahoe, California, working as a chef by day and taking advantage of the snow on his off
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Lauren Hill Continues To Offer Light, Visits Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Despite Being On Hospice

January 13, 20151

Mount St. Joseph’s basketball player Lauren Hill continues to defy the odds and motivate along the way. Not only has Hill outlived the medical community’s prognosis, but despite being on
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U.S. Ski Team Honors Developmental Teammates Who Were Killed In An Avalanche

January 6, 20150

U.S. Ski Team members wore helmet tape and armbands with “Remember BA + RB” on them on Tuesday. This was to honor two U.S. Ski Team prospects, Ronnie Berlack, 20,
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