Ask Her: How To Address Girls Playing On Boys Teams
Every girls athletic experience is different, and it ultimately should depend on what they want to do.
When Disabled Kids Participate In Sports, They Can Realize Their Potential
Former Wheelchair Coach on how sport allows disabled kids to realize a potential they did not know existed.
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Marlon Stewart (Oregon State Men's Basketball) explains the role of personality in recruiting student-athletes
Baker suggests athletes reframe failures in sports to learn from mistakes and better focus on the next play.
Paralympic Champion: Parents Supporting Athletes With Disabilities
Muffy Davis urges parents of kids with disabilities to support their kids in their dreams and desires.
Paralympian Muffy Davis: Building Foundational Trust With Athletes
Davis describes what trusting a coach meant for her so that she could follow the plan and ultimately succeed.
Hugh McCutcheon On Positive Feedback, Expectations And Accountability
Hugh McCutcheon, two-time Olympic medalist volleyball coach, on positivity meshed with high expectations
Kristine Lilly: Emotional Olympic Memory And Advice For Parents
Former U.S. Women's National Soccer Team star's emotional Olympic memory shapes her advice for sports parents
Olympic Distance Runner On Being A Teammate In An Individual Sport
Even as an individual track and field athletes, "The more positive I was, the more positive my team was."
An Olympic Distance Runner On Digging Deep When Facing Adversity
2004 U.S. Olympic Distance Runner Carrie Tollefson on taking a long view to overcome injury.
Summer Sanders: Respecting Boundaries In The Parent-Coach Relationship
Olympic Gold Medalist Summer Sanders on what parents should say (and not say) to their children's coaches.
Former Olympian: Failure Is Not Failure If You Learn From It
Former Olympian Erica McClain urges coaches to help athletes re-frame failure as a positive teachable moment.