By Alicia Jessop As American schools face growing budget cuts, administrators are tasked with providing relevant educational experiences with less financial resources. This growing trend has led to a common result: eliminating physical education classes from the American educational curriculum. Only six American states require physical education for students across every grade level. These cuts fall greatest on underserved communities. While such budget cuts only … Continue reading Is Lack Of Access To P.E. A National Crisis?
By Alicia Jessop Today, Jordan Brand opened Jumpman LA, a pinnacle performance and cultural destination in the heart of downtown Los Angeles and blocks from the Staples Center. Two-years into the making, Jumpman LA spans nearly 25,000-square-feet across multiple floors laden with everything a future basketball star needs. The space is anchored by three core areas: a state-of-the art “Flight Lab,” where consumers can receive … Continue reading Jordan Brand Blends Performance And Culture In Jumpman LA
By Jayvon Brown For Utah native, Daniela Lopez, a love for the Houston Rockets, unique background in makeup artistry and passion for painting, has led to a dream career painting some of the NBA’s biggest stars. Today, the internationally known artist referred to as “Yella” is trailblazing a unique path bridging her passion of art and sports. Growing up in West Jordan, Utah, Lopez loved two … Continue reading How Instagram Helped Utah-Based Artist, Daniela Lopez, Become The Go-To Painter Of NBA Stars
By Jayvon Brown Christian Bowman, commonly known as “Chef Cbo,” isn’t your typical chef. He’s the private chef of four-time NBA All-Star, Jimmy Butler. Chef Cbo’s story to becoming a private chef represents faith, persistence, and good fortune. He started cooking at age 12, when following his mother while she cooked in the family kitchen and having an uncle who liked to cook led him … Continue reading Meet Jimmy Butler’s Personal Chef, Whose Creativity In The Kitchen Keeps The NBA All-Star Playing His Best
Competing in her 31st major singles final, the conversation surrounding Serena Williams entering the U.S. Open centered more around her on-court apparel than her athletic prowess, when the French Open announced it would ban players from wearing full body suits, like the one Williams wore to compete in this year. While the French Open’s decision drew incensed reactions from tennis fans, especially given Williams wore … Continue reading The WTA Shifts Marketing Strategy From Promoting Women’s Tennis Players As Fashion Icons To Fierce Athletes
By Alicia Jessop Coming off of a first place finish at The International in 2017, Team Liquid is once again focused on the highest level of success at The International DOTA 2 tournament. In 2018, though, the team has some extra help, thanks to a partnership with SAP. In April, software solutions company SAP signed its first eSports partnership, aligning itself with Team Liquid. Recognizing … Continue reading SAP Partners With Team Liquid To Provide eSports Insights And Recruit Employees
Turning into the second half of its 2018 season, NASCAR is riding a wave of exciting business results driven largely by growing interest from millennial fans. Under the leadership of new COO, Steve Phelps, more than ever before NASCAR is focused on expanding the demographics of its fan base. Asked about his vision for NASCAR, the newly minted COO said, “If there is one single … Continue reading How An In-House Digital And Social Media Strategy Is Helping NASCAR Grow Its Millennial Fan Base