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Junior Journalism: Choosing a Field Position in Soccer

Striker? Midfielder? Fullback? What are the differences and what skills are needed for each position?

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Junior Journalism: The Best Skiing in NY – The Harlem Hills?!

No snow? No problem! Ski Harlem introduces roller skiing to NYC youth.

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Junior Journalism: Play Like a Girl: The Rise of Girls Basketball in New York City

Basketball has always been popular in NYC, now girls are getting in on the fun.

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NYC Sports Person: Back 2 Basics’ Jermaine Lloyd

This Bronx native teaches science by day and runs a basketball program that focuses on on- and off-court improvements.

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Junior Journalism: Girls Athletics Program Works to Raise Self Esteem

Dynamo Girl, based on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, aims to empower girls ages five and up through physical activity.

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Junior Journalism: JCC Swim Coach Gets The Most Out of Her Athletes

This native Long Islander comes from a family of long-distance swimmers.

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Junior Journalism: Osgood-Schlatter Is a Pain in The… Knee!

By Baird Johnson, Anastasia Hanifin, a high school student and ballet dancer in NYC, first noticed the knee pain when she was 12.  For her, […]

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NYC Sports Person: Bee in Motion’s Brian Loesch

A Long Island native who coached lacrosse in England created and runs Bee in Motion, a youth sports program in Manhattan.

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NYC Sports Person: Steady Buckets’ Macky Bergman

This native New Yorker started a basketball program in lower Manhattan to serve kids from all over the city.

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NYC Sports Person: Big City Volleyball’s Adam Delgado

This Queens native left behind a 9-5 career as a Graphics Designer to teach volleyball to youth in NYC.

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