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A surfer turned skateboarder, Jordyn Barratt will make her Olympic debut at Tokyo's skatepark.
The benefits of skateboarding show other girls should be encouraged to join the sport
Skateboarding is tricky but enjoyable. Among many skating options, people around the world are choosing this ride as their first choice.
Get to know Team USA skateboarder Nyjah Huston and learn how his childhood passion turned him into an Olympian.
From virtual camp to badminton and crafts, here's how to keep the kids busy this summer.
There IS a way to prioritize family as well as fill your lives with all things sports.
Current events have required changes in our routines and cancellations of events and activities
Maintaining healthy routines — whether that’s a workout, a healthy meal or making time to relax and reset — can provide a sense of control during a time of uncertainty.
What you need to know so that your budding athlete always feels like a winner.
14 fail-proof Fourth of July activities for kids
Rather than being discouraged by the college recruiting process due to the coronavirus, student-athletes are adapting and findings ways to replace in-person recruiting with virtual experiences.
Some sports can be safely played as long as modifications are made.
Super Soccer Stars digital programs they have already helped over 10,000 children a week play soccer from the convenience of their homes
Scholastic's Summer Read-a-Palooza can motivate children to get lost in books even when school isn't in session
As American schools close, parents are suddenly faced with the challenge of keeping their children occupied at home.
When sports finally return, you’ll want to be ready. What does “being ready” mean?
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