This is what the Olympic ideal should be: A nation embracing the potential for sport as a result of earning the right to host the Games. It’s happening in China. As China Focus notes: Before winning the right to host the world’s largest winter sporting event, China’s winter sports facilities were almost non-existent. In 1999, … Continue reading China Focus: China’s growing love for winter sports
The thoughts not shared The words not said The secrets not revealed The image not destroyed
Dear Mr. Emmert, For the better part of a year, your office has told one and all that every student-athlete matters in this time of crisis. EVERY student-athlete. And, yet, your signature events — the basketball championships — are underway and...ugh. Who in your office thought that rolling out a top-of-the-line experience for the (still … Continue reading An open letter to the NCAA’s Mark Emmert
This op-ed ought to generate plenty of conversation. Here’s the key excerpt, in my opinion: You do not ask for evidence to substantiate claims of lived experience. Data and analysis count for nothing in the face of what people feel. The truths of social experience — the measurable reality of racist attitudes in the press … Continue reading Spiked: Lived experience is gaslighting
I live maybe 1/4-mile from a hospital. There’s a helipad at that hospital. And no matter what kind of day I’m having, when the sound of those helicopter blades are audible — no matter if they’re increasing in noise because the helicopter is coming in or getting ready to go out — my heart skips … Continue reading The helicopter
That’s a damning headline that admits the truth.
Wait. 6G? Yes, and China is already thinking about it.