Tag: sports

Presidents Cup Participants Excited to Play in NYC Metro Area

The Presidents Cup, a match-play men’s golf event that pits a U.S. Team against an International Team (non-Europe), is coming to the New York City area later this month. The biennial competition is Sept. 26 to Oct. 1 at Liberty National Golf Club in Jersey City, N.J. Continue reading “Presidents Cup Participants Excited to Play in NYC Metro Area”

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Lengthy Injury Layoff Helped Sloane Stephens Appreciate Tennis More

Sloane Stephens was out of tennis for approximately 11 months because of a stress fracture in her left foot. While she was frustrated on the sideline, she was able to focus on her family, cheering at her little cousin’s soccer games, spending time with her grandmother who had recently suffered a stroke, and attending weddings and baby showers. Continue reading “Lengthy Injury Layoff Helped Sloane Stephens Appreciate Tennis More”

U.S. Open Competitors Praise Tournament

The U.S. Open is the fourth and final tennis major comprising the Grand Slam, following the Australian Open, French Open and Wimbledon. The two-week tournament draws approximately 700,000 visitors each year to the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows, N.Y. The event is unique in its own right. Here’s what some of this year’s participants think of the U.S. Open. Continue reading “U.S. Open Competitors Praise Tournament”

David Goffin Says U.S. Open is One of the Best Tournaments in World

Each tennis tournament, no matter where in the world, is unique. Belgian David Goffin is partial to Wimbledon in England and Roland-Garros in France because they’re European-based majors. Continue reading “David Goffin Says U.S. Open is One of the Best Tournaments in World”

UV Football Promotes Girls’ Confidence, Interest in Sport

There isn’t much accessorizing when it comes to playing soccer. Everyone wears the same jersey, shorts and socks. Players are limited to displaying their unique personalities through their cleats. Yet, girls who play in the UV League through the Stoke City Community Trust at Staffordshire University are given much more freedom — they can paint their faces, wear luminous headbands or wristbands and don glow-in-the-dark pinnies to stand out, especially when the lights go out. Continue reading “UV Football Promotes Girls’ Confidence, Interest in Sport”