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World Championship Medalists Highlight Field for 2019 USA Boxing Last Chance Qualifier

World Championship Medalists Highlight Field for 2019 USA Boxing Last Chance Qualifier

Competition gets underway Sunday California trio, Marc Castro (Fresno, Calif.), 2015 Junior World Champion and 2016 Youth World Champion, Citlalli Ortiz (Coachella, Calif.) and Iyana Verduzco (Los Angeles, Calif.), 2018 Youth World Champion, joins 2016 Youth World Champion Delante Johnson (Cleveland, Ohio) and 2018 Youth World Champion Asa Stevens (Waianae, Hawaii), as well as Kreps, at the fourth and final Trials Qualifying Event, along […]

Don Jr. Warns Transgender Athletes ‘Will Destroy Women’s Sports’

Don Jr. Warns Transgender Athletes ‘Will Destroy Women’s Sports’

PETER HASSON SENIOR REPORTER   Allowing biologically male athletes who identify as transgender to compete in female athletics “will destroy women’s sports,” Donald Trump Jr. said Monday. The president’s oldest son was reacting to a Daily Caller News Foundation story on a biologically male cyclist winning a women’s world championship Saturday. “This BS will destroy women’s […]

Metrolink Offers Special Service to Rams Home Games

Metrolink Offers Special Service to Rams Home Games

LOS ANGELES –  Want to see the Los Angeles Rams play the New Orleans Saints on Sunday at the Coliseum? Metrolink will make it easier – and less expensive – to get there. For only $10 you can take a special Metrolink train to the game and skip traffic and parking fees. Metrolink will operate special trains […]

Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley (BGCGCV) Accepting Registrations for the 2019 Co-ed Basketball League

Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley (BGCGCV) Accepting Registrations for the 2019 Co-ed Basketball League

Thousand Oaks, CA – Registration is now underway for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley (BGCGCV) 2019 Co-ed Basketball League. The league takes place from April 21 through May 26 and is open to youth ages 3-12. Practice and games are held at the Los Cerritos Middle School Gym, 2100 E. Avenida […]

Wheel to the Sea | A Challenge hike for Veterans, Wheelchair Users and Volunteer Pushers

Wheel to the Sea | A Challenge hike for Veterans, Wheelchair Users and Volunteer Pushers

Join us at the FREE “Wheel to the Sea” event “A challenge hike for Veterans, wheelchair users and volunteer pushers” Saturday, May 4, 2019, 8AM-6:30PM  | Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area, Malibu, CA This exciting community event is especially designed to serve individuals in wheelchairs, including Iraq, Afghanistan and other military Veterans (and their […]

Metrolink Hits a Home Run with Angels Express Train Service for Select Angels Home Games

Metrolink Hits a Home Run with Angels Express Train Service for Select Angels Home Games

LOS ANGELES – Metrolink today announced it will offer special Angels Express train service to Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim home games to help fans avoid traffic congestion and parking hassles. The Angels Express round-trip train tickets are $7 for adults, $6 for seniors/disabled/Medicare, $4 for youth ages 6-18, while children ages five and under are free […]

Become a Sponsor! A challenge hike for veterans, wheelchair users, and volunteer pushers!

Become a Sponsor! A challenge hike for veterans, wheelchair users, and volunteer pushers!

A major focus for this event is serving military Veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts, and their families. Other participants are adults and children living with illnesses, or past accident patients who are living with physical disabilities. Some groups include residents of the United Cerebral Palsy, Los Angeles, Hill Crest House, W. LA CalVet Home […]

Debate : Are Athletes Way Too Soft On Social Media Nowadays? [VIDEO]

Debate : Are Athletes Way Too Soft On Social Media Nowadays? [VIDEO]

By Jena Greene | Reporter      There’s a massive debate sweeping the nation right now and it’s not about plastic straws. That’s right, we’re talking about athletes being soft on Twitter. Between coaches and commissioners with fake burner accounts and actual athletes engaging with teenage trolls online (looking at you, Kevin Durant), this whole […]

Here’s How Many Days There Are Until The NFL Returns

Here’s How Many Days There Are Until The NFL Returns

David Hookstead | Reporter There are only 55 days until the Philadelphia Eagles play the Atlanta Falcons in the NFL season opener on September 6. There’s nothing that gets me juiced more than a great football game and the season being in full-swing. Football is in the fabric of our country and the society we all live in. I’m just not sure I can […]

Sports Agents Used to Worry About Nude Photos | Now They’re Worried About Tweets

Sports Agents Used to Worry About Nude Photos | Now They’re Worried About Tweets

  David Hookstead | Reporter The concerns of sports agents sure have changed over time because of social media. The New York Post recently took a dive into what concerns agents have about their clients, and they got an all-time golden quote from one publicist. The publicist told them, “We used to worry about people accidentally […]

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