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Alabama Soccer Association puts player safety first by requiring CoachSafely training

The Alabama Soccer Association (ASA), known for having some of the most rigorous standards for…

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NGB Council chair advocates for youth coach training

The U.S. Biathlon CEO calls for "a baseline level of education for all youth-serving coaches."…

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CoachSafely Georgia teams up with Emory Youth Sports Medicine for webinar on youth sports safety

We lost the many benefits of youth sports in March because of the COVID-19 pandemic.…

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CoachSafely Foundation supports the NCYS on Youth Sports Day

BIRMINGHAM, AL — The CoachSafely Foundation joins other members of the National Council of Youth…

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ARPA teams up with NFL FLAG football

NFL FLAG has been named the official flag football program of the Alabama Recreation and…

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CoachSafely adds new teaching modules in response to COVID-19

The two new education modules cover Infectious and Communicable Diseases and Mental Health.    MEDIA…

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Dr. Andrews advises safe, slow, steady return for youth athletes

The CoachSafely medical director wants young athletes sidelined by COVID-19 to ease back safely into…

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Youth sports concerned about lasting COVID-19 effect

Community leaders worry about today's children losing the benefits of youth sports because of COVID-19's…

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CoachSafely founder Jack Crowe named to NCYS board

Jack Crowe, the founder and chairman of the CoachSafely Foundation, has been named to the…

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Kids, parents and coaches say thank you to the ARPA/CoachSafely Initiative

Youth sports has paused thanks to the global coronavirus pandemic. The ARPA/CoachSafely Initiative hasn't. The…

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Little League cancels World Series for first time

Because of COVID-19, the LLWS and its region tournaments will not take place this year.

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CoachSafely Foundation strengthens its executive leadership team

The CoachSafely Foundation has strengthened its executive leadership team with the addition of John B.…

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State college coaches support Coach Safely Law in PSA

Alabama's Nick Saban, UAB's Bill Clark and Tuskegee's Willie Slater coach football. Auburn's Bruce Pearl…

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ARPA shows us how to stay healthy while we stay home to fight COVID-19

Watch this special, timely video from our friends at the Alabama Recreation & Parks Association.

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Auburn’s Dana Marquez steps up at a COVID-19 time of need

CoachSafely advisory board member uses his sewing skills to make medical masks with his family.

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Kids and sports, as always, will endure

The game and the world have changed, thanks to the global coronavirus pandemic. We had…

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CoachSafely statement on global COVID-19 pandemic

"The CoachSafely Foundation supports the difficult but necessary decisions by professional, collegiate, high school and…

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The CoachSafely Blog: When your son is not always safe at second

The kid known as "Rabbit" went into second base the way he liked, launching himself…

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Oregon moves to provide academic support for kids with concussions

Pending legislation acknowledges that the injury affects learning.

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Aspen Institute pays tribute to Kobe Bryant

He was a strong advocate for keeping kids active through his work with the Sports…

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How parents can help ready their athletes for the big game

Youth sports are a family affair. Some tips to ensure your young player is in…

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Safety training for youth coaches a top priority in Alabama

"We want to make Alabama the safest sports state in the country," said CoachSafely founder…

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CoachSafely partners with Alabama Recreation and Parks Association to address youth sports injuries

"It just makes sense that our volunteer coaches are trained to do the best they…

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CoachSafely Foundation named finalist for NCYS STRIVE Award

For the second time in 2019, the CoachSafely Foundation has been recognized by a respected…

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ARPA/CoachSafely program aims to help youth coaches

ARPA/CoachSafely Initiative has reached 15,000 youth coaches in Alabama.

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ARPA and CoachSafely announce partnership under Coach Safely Act of 2018

The mission is keeping Alabama's children healthy, active and safe through youth sports.

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UNC study: Girls’ high school soccer concussion rates rival those for football

UNC researchers studied concussion rates for 20 high school sports. Girls' soccer was No. 2.

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Meet Dr. Jimmy Robinson, Alabama’s unsung MVP

He is also a valuable member of the CoachSafely Foundation advisory board.

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CoachSafely Foundation earns national recognition from Aspen Institute Project Play

CoachSafely was honored by the Aspen Institute‘s national Project Play initiative as a Project Play Champion at…

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Youth sports coaches, volunteers must do annual safety training

The Alabama Department of Public Health is reminding youth sports volunteers about new required annual…

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Helping Youth Coaches Prevent Sports Injuries

The CoachSafely Foundation has created a standard with its training course, which all youth coaches…

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Alabama Leads Effort to Reduce Sports Injuries

A group of athletes, doctors and public health professionals from Alabama are leading a national…

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Vestavia Hills Creates Partnership Program with CoachSafely Foundation

Vestavia Hills adopts and partners with the CoachSafely Foundation.

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Jasper implements Coach Safely Act

Jasper first city in the state to implement Coach Safely Act.

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