Monthly Archives: October 2012

In today’s modern society, the notion that professional athletes have just as much or more of an influence on our youth than a President or Prime Minister is a pretty obvious one. In fact, it's been this way for more than a decade. As the spotlight continues to grow on today’s athletes, it is no surprise to hear that more kids receive and respect the words of wisdom coming......

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When Marwan Hage and his family moved to Montreal from Beirut, Lebanon, in 1990, he was just nine-years-old. He had no expectations of playing professional football and never even played football at......

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Throughout her entire life and since the beginning of her basketball career, Ivory Latta has been looking up at every obstacle that has come her way. The 5-foot-6 McConnells, South Carolina native is......

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When the Tampa Bay Buccaneers signed wide receiver Vincent Jackson in the offseason they got more than just an elite receiver, they got a man who was going to make a difference in the community......

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MLS W.O.R.K.S. is asking fans to join Major League Soccer and Take the Pledge not to cross the line. The pledge that they are asking you to take is to treat others with dignity and respect and not to......

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Known throughout the NFL as one of the most dangerous defensive players in the league, Jason Babin of the Philadelphia Eagles continues to make a difference week after week on the field for the......

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MLS W.O.R.K.S., Major League Soccer's community outreach initiative, announced details of the League's breast cancer awareness campaign as part of Soccer Kicks Cancer, an initiative focused on......

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When you grow up idolizing a player and supporting a team, you spend your life wishing that you were a member of the team. You wish that you were getting the chance to represent the city on a nightly......

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