2020 Tokyo Summer Games

Allyson Felix Sprints for Right to Play

Olympic sprinter Allyson Felix committed part of her Tokyo earnings to the organization Right to Play. The non-profit was initially named Olympic Aid and was created by Norwegian Olympian Johann Olav Koss, many Olympic athletes donated to the organization throughout the years. Right to Play is a global organization that uses sports and physical activities to help youth overcome obstacles and break down barriers. Felix has been a supporter of Right to Play since 2011 when she visited their program in Lebanon for the first time. She soon became an athlete ambassador and ultimately a board member for the United

The Sparks Will Focus On Nneka’s Greatness

Sparks superstar Nneka Ogwumike is once again snubbed from playing in the Olympics. Most say it’s politics, but there has to be deeper reasoning because Nneka is undoubtedly one of the best players in the WNBA. Fans all over the world were shocked to witness the USA Women’s Basketball team disrespect Nneka. As the Sparks prepare for their upcoming games, it is difficult for them not to acknowledge the terrible decision. Without a solution or long-term goal, Sparks head coach and GM Derek Fisher believes the Olympic situation with Nneka shouldn’t be actively discussed.  The awareness should be focused on