Paying the Bills

As a retired athlete, I know how hard it is to train full-time for a dream and still pay the bills.  Not to mention having to make the sometimes difficult transition out of sport to the working world. It’s a common misconception […]

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Preparing for the Opening Ceremonies

Here are the first of several videos we’ll be sending your way to share what’s happening with Team USA at the 2012 Olympic Games in London! Angel Bovee is our Athlete Liaison and will be interviewing several athletes from Team USA who […]

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Training Smart for the Games and Beyond

With less than a month until the start of the London 2012 Olympic Games, U.S. Olympic Hopefuls are kicking their preparations into a whole new gear! Across the nation, athletes are attending intensive training camps where they are immersed in training regimens […]

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The First Lady and the Paralympic Games

I recently had the honor of hearing First Lady Michelle Obama pay tribute to over 200 service men and women at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs at the opening of a six-day sports competition for wounded active duty soldiers and veterans. […]

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Breakfast of Champions

Often I get asked, why in the world do elite athletes need jobs?  Aren’t they all on cereal boxes, have big-money sponsors, and financially set for life? For the majority of US Olympic and Paralympic athletes, nothing could be further from the […]

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Less than 100 Days until the London 2012 Games

Things are exciting here in Colorado Springs, the hub of Olympic activity in the United States! It is only 100 days until the Opening Ceremony of the 2012 Olympic Games in London, England and just hearing the first couple notes of that […]

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