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Author: Ammar Moussa

January 29, 2018

An Inconvenient Truth About College Athletics

Non-revenue sports are subsidized by revenue sports that are primarily made up of black athletes. In other words, black athletes’ work is paying for white athletes to go to college.

January 26, 2018

Don’t Call It A Comeback (Seriously, Don’t)

I’ve mentioned that I’ve wanted to get back into running. It’s always the same thing, “Yeah I want to start running again but it’s just SO hard.”

October 16, 2017

Why Athlete Protests Still Matter

On Oct. 16, 1968, Tommie Smith and John Carlos raised their fists on the podium at the Olympics. Their lives changed but set an example that matters today.

October 6, 2017

C’mon Galen, At Least Read The Reports

A few particular quotes from Galen Rupp’s interview with Runner’s World about the doping allegations and investigation into his coach stood out to me.

July 31, 2017

How to clean up track and field in more than 140 characters

U.S. Olympian Nick Symmonds suggested a three-point plan to clean up track and field’s doping problem. A few suggestions on his suggestions.

June 6, 2017

The five stages of racing Edward Cheserek

When you race against Edward Cheserek, you play through a bunch of scenarios in your head. For just a moment, you can think you’ll beat him.

March 6, 2017

Pledging allegiance: A look at the nationality transfer system

By the numbers, the United States has more transfers of allegiance than any other country. What’s the deal with the IAAF transfer freeze and why it matters.

March 1, 2017

What we learned from the anti-doping Congressional hearing

Taking a look at some of the key points as well as the pros and cons of yesterday’s congressional hearing on doping in sport.

February 2, 2017

Breaking up with running: A reflection

A running love story.

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