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Marco Arop Comes Out Of Nowhere To Capture Pan Am Gold For Canada

Mat Israelson | 1 week ago
Marco Arop is a Canadian track and field star. Born in Sudan and raised Canadian, Marco Arop, like fellow Canadian track star Sage Watson, studies in the United States. The only difference is, Marco goes to school at Mississippi State University. This year's Pan American Games in Lima brought a...
Athletes Basketball

This Can’t Be Real, But It Is: The Devastating & Sudden Loss Of Kobe Bryant And His Daughter GiGi

SPMA | 8 months ago
Around 2:30 PM EST, SPort MAnagement (SPMA) Hub learned about the tragic death of NBA legend Kobe Bryant (and his daughter Gianna Maria Onore). Devastating. Words cannot describe how we feel right now. When you hear news from TMZ, sometimes you stop and think twice. Is this real? At least...
Athletes Basketball

Meet the Dailey’s | Basketball Is Our Family

Stacey Leawood | 9 months ago
Once getting comfortable in the professional basketball world, many athletes start to think: what's next after I retire? For Eric Dailey Sr, he seamlessly made the transition from pro to CEO, founding Dailey Training International. Since playing 10 years of professional basketball in Europe, Asia, and South America, he's been...
Athletes Basketball

The Lufile Way: Canada’s Antetokounmpo Brothers

Stacey Leawood | 10 months ago
Like many aspiring athletes, Chadrack, Meshack, and Abednego Lufile had dreams of getting their first scholarship, their first championship, and their first professional contract. Not many aspiring athletes can ever fathom what it would be like playing alongside their siblings at the professional level. While they continue to all have...
Athletes Soccer

1-On-1 With Canadian Premier League Player Tomasz Skublak Of The Halifax Wanderers FC ⚽

Amber Somerville | 12 months ago
The Canadian Premier League (CPL) is the country's primary national soccer league competition. It began operations earlier this year and not only was it exciting for me because I am a big fan of football ⚽ [soccer] and its future in the country, but also because one of my good...
Athletes Hockey

NHL Star Max Domi: Living With Diabetes & Supporting The Fight Against It

Anthony Clark | 1 year ago
Toronto Maple Leafs legend, Tie Domi, is a fan favourite among Leafs' fans, so when his son, Max Domi, was traded to arch-rival, the Montreal Canadians, heads turned. Domi was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes as a child. Type 1 diabetes, also known as juvenile diabetes, is a chronic illness...
Athletes Track

American Educated, Canadian Born & Raised: Sage Watson On Her Pan Am Gold & Improving Canada’s Sport System

Leonardo Roque | 1 year ago
Sage Watson recently won gold in the women's 400-metre hurdles for Canada at the 2019 Pan American Games in Lima, Peru. Born in Medicine Hat, Alberta, Sage Watson is proudly Canadian and has represented Canada on the world stage countless times. Her Olympic debut was at Rio 2016. Sage Watson...
Athletes Basketball

One On One With Well Known Canadian Basketball Player Ransford Brempong

Phil Goldberg | 1 year ago
Ransford Brempong is the Founder of WestCoast Training, Director of Operations at 3Point Basketball, Co-Founder of the Tall Player Project, and a former Canadian professional and amateur basketball player. In addition to his wealth of basketball knowledge and experience, Ransford is one of the most respected, humble, friendly, and bright...
Athletes Taekwondo

Canadian Elite Taekwondo Athlete Jordan Stewart Also Majored In Sport Management

SPMA | 1 year ago
Jordan Stewart is currently one of Canada's most prolific and elite athletes in the sport of taekwondo. In the Men's under 87 kilogram category, Stewart is ranked #7 in the world. We've known Stewart for over a year now. In that time, we've followed his journey to stardom on his...
Athletes Volleyball

Balancing SPMA with OCAA Volleyball Success: A Sit Down with MVP Tyler Krabi

Trevor Stephens | 1 year ago
As a former varsity athlete, I always hoped we'd get more fans and media attention. With Most Valuable Player (MVP) awards given out last week at Durham College, I thought it'd be nice to sit down with an award winner who also has a background in sport management. One of...
Athletes Basketball

OCAA: From Bench Warmer to Bronze Medalist in Women’s Basketball

Steenika Gilbert | 1 year ago
My name is Steenika Gilbert. I study Sport Management at Niagara College and I play forward for the Women's Basketball team. The start of my season with the Niagara Knights and playing as a OCAA athlete was amazing. I never expected to have my college basketball team turn into a family. My teammates helped me over come an illness I could not face on my own. With their love and support I went from a bench warmer, to starting playoff games.