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|Tools of the Trade: May 22, 2017 - Issue 1056|
The NFHS has announced rules changes for girls' and boys' high school basketball, which include stopping play and giving an official warning to coaches for misconduct. The goal is to send a "clear message to everyone in the gym" regarding proper behavior.
Excellence In Innovation
Rise-N-Run, Beynon Sports’ hydraulic banked system, has taken the industry by storm with its revolutionary design and construction.
Co-Athletic Directors Hired
At Colorado Mesa University, Associate Athletic Directors Kris Mort and Bryan Rooks have been promoted to serve as co-directors of the athletic department.
Spike Recommendations From Mondo
Prior to the Pan American Games in Toronto, Adidas and Mondo became aware of some misconceptions that surfaced regarding compression spikes.
New Guidelines Released
Prolonged rest is no longer recommended for recovery from concussion in the latest consensus document from the Concussion in Sport Group.
When a Texas high school head athletic trainer retires this summer, he'll be replaced by a familiar face--his wife, who serves as an assistant athletic trainer at the school.
The following companies will exhibit at the 2017 Athletic Equipment Managers' Association Convention.
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