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CIAA Announces 2022 John B. McLendon Hall Of Fame Class

The Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA), the nation’s oldest historically Black athletic conference, is proud to announce the 2022 John B. McLendon Hall of Fame Class.

Oregon Ducks Hires Head Coach From Georgia

The Oregon Ducks hired former Georgia defensive coordinator Dan Lanning to serve as the program's 35th head football coach.

What Happened To Millions Of NBA All-Star Stephen Curry’s Money? You Might Be Surprised

Can a seed planted and cultivated at a historically black university over time grow into a full-blown, competitive NCAA Division 1 program in an athletic endeavor that many don’t even consider a sport, even after Tiger Woods?

Pioneering Black Golfer Lee Elder Passes Away

When many think of Blacks golfing, the first person that comes to mind is Tiger. But, the more seasoned may mention Calvin Pete or Lee Elder of course.

LeBron Fined $15K

James made the gesture after making a shot late in Los Angeles' 124-116 overtime victory in Indiana on Wednesday night.

NBA Commissioner Hopes Kyrie Irving Decides To Get Vaccinated Against Covid-19

Ahead of the start of the NBA’s 75th season, the sport’s commissioner Adam Silver told reporter that he hopes Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving gets vaccinated against Covid-19.

Jon Gruden Has Resigned From The Las Vegas Raiders After Reports Of Homophobic, Racist...

Jon Gruden resigned Monday as head coach of the Las Vegas Raiders after reports emerged of him using homophobic, racist and misogynistic language in emails while he worked as an ESPN analyst.

Pro Players, Sport Agent Tell Why They Got Vaccinated And Some Players Don’t

In professional sports locker rooms across America, in the NBA, the NFL, the NHL and other leagues, millionaire athletes are talking with each other about a decision that can dramatically affect their careers, their families and their teams.

Maia Chaka Makes History As First Black Woman To Officiate In NFL

"This historic moment to me is an honor and it's a privilege that I've been chosen to represent women and women of color in the most popular sport in America," said Chaka in a video tweeted by the NFL.

Emma Raducanu & Leylah Fernandez Meet In First All-Teen U.S. Open Final Since 1999

The U.S. Open women's final will be a battle of the teens as Britain's Emma Raducanu advances to her first major final by defeating No. 17 seed Maria Sakkari of Greece 6-1, 6-4 in the semifinals on Thursday night.

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COVID High In Oregon Children

The CDC announced that hospitalization rates among children for COVID-19 across the nation are at its highest point than at any other time in the pandemic.