Meet the fastest woman in Formula One

For the uninitiated, the Formula One is the most prestigious circuit in automobile racing. Formula One cars are the fastest, most technologically advanced in the world, with speeds reaching over 230 mph. Their competitions, dubbed Grands Prix, often take place in glamorous international destinations, such as Monaco, Singapore, and Abu Dhabi (and also some less glitzy ones, like Montreal, Canada, …

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2017 NCAA FINAL FOUR

The madness has not even really begun, but its boiling up.  The 2017 Final Four begins with two national semi finals on Saturday, April 1 at the University of Phoenix Stadium.  It is all or nothing now! The real fans are tested. Blood, sweat, tears, and a whole lot of team work from the participating Gonzaga, Oregon, South Carolina, and North Carolina will be …

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Special Olympics World Winter Games 2017

Monday marked the first day of spring, but let’s not say “see you next season” just yet! The Special Olympics World Winter Games is taking place in Graz, Schladming and Ramsau, Austria. The games began March 14th and go through the 25th. An epic sendoff to winter and hello spring with the largest sports and humanitarian event in the world. …

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The sweet 16 squad 2017

The first weekend of the NCAA Tournament is complete, and only 16 teams remain alive with a chance to win a national title. In that group of 16 there are blue blood programs like North Carolina, Kentucky Kansas and UCLA, traditional overachievers like Butler, and supremely talented squads like Arizona. So who is the sweet 16 squad of this years …

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Champions aren’t made in gyms

This is a guest blog from Jas Kirk. Writer, healthy eating enthusiast, lifestyle blogger.  On a journey sharing how health inspires us to cultivate the most beautiful forms of ourselves. Champions aren’t made in gyms.  Champions are made from something they have deep inside them-a desire, a dream, a vision. They have to have the skill, and the will… -Muhammad Ali. …

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Dancers, Don’t Let These Common Injuries Steal the Stage

The demands of being a dancer leave little time for rest. To maintain strength and flexibility, hours of strenuous, repetitive practice are required daily, or even several times a day. We know that practice makes perfect, but it can also increase the odds of overuse and injury.Problems with the feet, knees and hips often take center stage. However, the hands, wrists, …

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