Four female athletes who sought to overturn a Connecticut policy that permits males who identify as female to compete in girls’ athletic events have lost their case in the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals. 

A three-judge panel of the federal court affirmed a lower court decision Friday dismissing Soule v. Connecticut Association of Schools, Inc., in which plaintiffs argued that the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference’s policy allowing transgender students to compete on girls’ teams put

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Female athletes from the Kashmir Valley have proven their mettle in various sports across the world. And now for the first time, Over 200 female athletes are being trained at the water sports centre in the middle of the world-Famous Dal Lake to participate in tournaments across India and the world.  While the temperatures in Srinagar were recorded at minus 2.2 degrees, these female water sports athletes are not stopping their training. With freezing temperatures

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new Apple Watch Ultra

Apple has entered the adventure chat. In addition to releasing the updated Apple Watch Series 8 this month, the tech giant is also launching a new watch that’s pushing boundaries. It’s not just any fitness tracker: the Apple Watch Ultra is a tool that can handle extreme environments, elevations, and temperatures — and it’s calling to anyone whose lifestyle is just as intense.

When I reached out to Apple to test one, it gently guided

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Athletes Unlimited’s summer seasons of softball and lacrosse will air exclusively on ESPN’s networks two years after the player-led leagues first launched, the company announced Wednesday morning.

The main channels of ESPN and ESPN2 will air 34 contests and ESPNU will air an additional 56, placing a total of 90 on linear networks over the two-year deal that runs through 2023. The rest of the at least 160 games will air on ESPN+, the company

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OTTAWA — When the COVID-19 pandemic forced Humber College to move everything online, Rrezart Sadiku’s final year playing in the men’s volleyball team was suddenly put on pause.

Sadiku decided to finish school a year later so that he could play a full season with the team. Now, with recent restrictions in Ontario on indoor athletic facilities that prevent student athletes from training, the remainder of Sadiku’s season is in limbo.

“It’s just frustrating,”

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The State of California has been one of the most restrictive when it comes to regulations in preventing the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Since mid-summer masks have been required to be worn indoors in virtually every type of business and activity.

In following these State Department of Public Health directives, the California Interscholastic Federation has instructed all its member schools to mandate the wearing of masks by the participants of indoor sports, in particularly

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Drastic, episodic air pollution caused by out-of-state wildfire smoke choked the skies over Salt Lake City this summer, chasing people indoors.

It was so bad not only could you smell it, you could taste it.

Wildfire smoke in the West and ordinary everyday pollution are impacting the sports world as managers look to take care of athletes’ health and follow guidance from NCAA and policy from the Pac-12 on when it is safe to play

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SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – The Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) announced Thursday that masks will be required for any indoor activities for students and coaches this fall.

For fall sports, that could include indoor practices but also volleyball and cheerleading. The decision was made after Education Commissioner Jeff Riley officially placed a mask mandate for public schools on Wednesday.

22News talked

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Wide open Longview Memorial

In this file photo players from the R.A. Long and Woodland soccer teams put in their work on the pitch as a small gathering of fans dot the stands of Longview Memorial Stadium, Thursday, Feb. 25. The Lumberjills earned a 5-1 win in 2A GSHL play.

Jordan Nailon

As the new school year approaches against the backdrop of rising COVID-19 numbers across the state, the Washington State Department of Health released a set of safety

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