Changing the discussion about concussions starts with communication

Changing the "warrior" mentality - where you fight through injuries - is one way to get athletes talking about concussion symptoms early

GSM mini documentary: Lauren’s Heart

For one transgender athlete, sport and the desire to be her true self are leading her on a path to transition to female

Researchers study sports teams to make first responders better

The study of sports teamwork - particularly in stressful situations - takes the notion out of the arena and into the workplace

Wrestling gave former Green Beret passion, a second chance

Passion for wrestling was the one constant for Roman Rozell as he transitioned out of the military and into family life

Aluko’s stand against racism put her on sidelines for World Cup

While racist incidents from fans is the focus in world football, England's women's national team manager lost his job because of his racist comments

British-Asian footballers treated differently than predecessors researcher says

The racialization of British Asian footballers takes the wrong approach a Brighton researcher says

One race epitomized the fight against athlete doping

Racing clean took on new meaning for the 1976 U.S. women's swim team against the East Germans

Activist says Native American mascot depictions impact children

Activist says sports mascots that depict Native Americans and their culture can negatively affect native communities and their children

Troy Vincent wants to end domestic violence

NFL VP of Football Operations Troy Vincent made it his goal to eliminate domestic violence not only in the league, but as a society

GSM mini documentary: Jerry Chambers turned Final Four MOP award into lifetime of helping others

Winning the Most Outstanding Player award in the 1966 NCAA Tournament was the starting point in a life spent helping youth for Jerry Chambers

GSM mini documentary: Soccer Without Borders builds bridges for refugee children

Sport can bring a sense of normalcy to children exposed to 'traumatic journeys'


Athletes speak a second language whose words are felt rather than heard. - Alberto Rios