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Web Link Activyst - Sports Products that fund girls sports programs

Activyst makes athletic products that inspire women to take advantage of the opportunities to be active. To go for the big goal. Their motto is 'Face fear, and do it anyway.' And through donating 10% of profits to girls’ sports worldwide, each item helps a girl play. BECAUSE STRONG GIRLS CREATE A STRONG WORLD.


Web Link Steriod Abuse Info

The education programs were created to help raise awareness and inform students, coaches and parents about the dangers of appearance and performance enhancing drugs (APEDs).


Web Link Youth Tennis

Youth Tennis lets you find a facility or program in your area that has tennis sized for age and ability – from courts to equipment to new teaching approaches. Get in on the fun!


Web Link Coaching

Coach Across America is a program launched by Up2Us to provide its member organizations with the support needed to train and host highly effective coaches in sports and youth development.


Web Link Achilles International - Disabled Athletes

Achilles International's mission is to enable people with all types of disabilities to participate in mainstream sports to promote personal achievement, enhance self-esteem and lower barriers to living a fulfilling life!

Over the years, Achilles has also developed specialized programs for children and war veterans. Achilles Kids provides training, racing opportunities, and an in-school program for children with disabilities, while our Freedom Team of Wounded Veterans program brings running programs and marathon opportunities to disabled veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan.


Web Link The Inclusive Fitness Coalition

The Inclusive Fitness Coalition (IFC) is a national coalition of over 170 organizations dedicated to addressing the policy, environmental, and societal issues associated with the lack of inclusion and access to physical activity among people with disabilities.


Web Link Surfer Lakey Peterson

Lakey Peterson is one of the world's leading female surfers known for her progressive aerial maneuvers, athletic force and rise through the ranks at a young age. Dubbed "Lakey Surf Legend" at age five and the daughter of a national swimming champion, it was no surprise that by age 11 Lakey was surfing competitively


Web Link Baseball with Matt

A baseball history blog for kids (and adults too)...written by a kid blogger!