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Tools of the Trade
May 13, 2013 - Issue 612
Athletic Departments Still Losing Money
 According to the latest report, only 23 NCAA Division I athletic departments turned a profit last year. Read the full story...
Latest Viral Dance Leads to Suspensions
 Members of a California high school track team were suspended for appearing in a video which featured “Twerking.” Read the full story...
Who Pays?
 At Syracuse University, debate has arisen over who should pay the $7.5 million exit fee from the Big East. Read the full story...
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2013 Training & Conditioning Buyer’s Guide

The 2013 Training & Conditioning Buyer’s Guide includes expanded product listings not available in print. URLs listed in this publication are active, meaning you can click on a company’s Web site where it appears in the Buyer’s Guide to learn about the company and its products.

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Title IX News
 The OCR has found that girls in Nevada’s Clark County School District are not receiving equal opportunities to play sports … A settlement is reached in the Biediger et al v. Quinnipiac University lawsuit. Read the full story...
Cleaning Up Ice Hockey
 The NFHS Ice Hockey Rules Committee approved changes that will strengthen the language for dangerous hits as well as give game officials discretion for issuing a game disqualification when a player illegally hits another player from behind. Read the full story...
Case Study
Indoor Gymnasium Maintenance  With summer over and the school year in full swing, the last thing some people think about should be the first thing on their minds--gym safety. The safety of the students, staff members, and customers that use your gymnasium must be ensured at all costs. Especially now that school is back in session, it is absolutely essential that the people inside your gymnasium are protected from all potential threats of injury.
Running For Charity
 An Oregon high school track and field star lost a charity 100-meter race to a teacher he gave a 45-meter head start to. The race raised money for a child’s chemotherapy treatments. Read the full story...
Power of Perception
 In the latest head injury news, one study examines how high school football players perceive concussions, while another looks at the level of protection provided by modern football helmets. Read the full story...
Coach Files Suit
 The former head football coach at the University of Idaho has sued the school after it fired him midseason and he lost out on more than $100,000. Read the full story...
Product Showcase
Nutrition  Fueling solutions for today's athletes. Muscle and performance development means focusing on an athlete's nutritional needs.
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Lessons of the Legends
 What can we learn from highly successful coaches? Former athletic director and coach John McCarthy has some answers. Read the full story...
Protection Offered
 A proposed concussion treatment law in South Carolina would also offer liability protection for athletic trainers and other medical staff who make injury evaluations. Read the full story...
Bible Verses on Banners Okayed
 A Texas judge has ruled that cheerleaders can put bible verses on athletic event banners. Read the full story...
Smarter Practices
Manage your players and your space with NetworKs from Airborne Athletics. NetworKs catches and collects volleyballs, so you don't waste valuable training time.
Insurance Programs
K&K Insurance is a recognized leader of sports, leisure, and entertainment insurance products.
Hands on Deck
Pro's Choice offers a whole team of products to help make your infield the best it can be.
Practice Made Easier
Coaching-aid machine technology made easy.
Waterboy(TM) is a leader in industrial and athletic hydration systems.
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