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The hardest things to teach and evaluate online, instructors say, are the skills, strategies and collaboration involved in team sports.
If kneeling during the anthem is injecting politics into sports, so is that request.
All gatherings, including at sporting events, have been banned.
Hermetically sealing off sports from the rest of society isn’t a way to accomplish that.
Really, he was doing sports performance before sports performance became a high priority in college sports.
In 2015, when Williams dominated the sport by capturing three of the four Slams, her average first serve speed was 109 mph — identical to what it was in her last Grand Slam loss at the hands of Victoria Azarenka.
The helicopter departed John Wayne Airport and was to fly across Los Angeles to the city of Thousand Oaks, where Bryant helped run a sports academy.
For many in the Olympic world, it was the first time they considered dancing a true sport.
In other sports news, some dude in his 40s won the Super Bowl last night.
He covered sports at newspapers in Miami and San Diego before getting a job covering baseball full-time for the Sacramento Bee, where he covered the Oakland Athletics from 1990 to 1994.
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