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The idea that NCAA student-athletes are employees that deserve to be paid to play is "silly," NCAA president Mark Emmert said Wednesday at an event at the University of Maryland.
WASHINGTON- The D.C. Divas are a full tackle professional women's football team. This group of elite female athletes proves that when it comes to breaking barriers, they tackle them head on.
Curling is one of the fast growing popular sport in the Winter Olympics. The Potomac Curling Club in Laurel gave curious fans a chance to check it out and try their hand at tossing some stones.
For kids and young adults with physical or developmental disabilities, participating in sports isn't easy. But for those who play special hockey, they get a chance to learn some important lessons while remembering the most important lesson of all: having fun.
The Washington NFL Franchise's Josh Morgan visited Washington Grove Elementary School in Gaithersburg today. Employees from FedEx joined him as they promoted literacy by delivering books to the school.
Maryland has emerged as a hotbed of talent for the sport of short track speedskating. And two of its most promising athletes, local high school students 16-year-old Thomas Hong and 17-year-old Shaner LeBauer, could end up as members of Team USA at the 2018 Olympics in South Korea.
Darryl Hill, the first African-American to play in the Atlantic Coast Conference, was honored for his past experiences and future plans for young athletes.