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Serious Play

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Newport News  Serious Play By Allison Freehling Most days of her life, Makayla Jaques has what feels like a doctor’s appointment, whether she’s going to see her physical, occupational or speech therapist. Makayla’s workouts on Wednesday mornings are no easier on her body, but the 5-year-old stroke patient doesn’t know that. To her, that’s when […]

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BSU Star Progressing After Surgery

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The Star Press BSU Star Progressing After Surgery By Doug Zaleski MUNCIE – Ball State basketball standout Theron Smith came to a significant stage Monday in his recovery from reconstructive knee surgery when he jogged for the first time since being injured 6 weeks ago today. “I was kind of anxious about it, but it […]

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BSU Star Progressing After Surgery

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The Star Press BSU Star Progressing After SurgeryBy Doug Zaleski MUNCIE – Ball State basketball standout Theron Smith came to a significant stage Monday in his recovery from reconstructive knee surgery when he jogged for the first time since being injured 6 weeks ago today. "I was kind of anxious about it, but it felt […]

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Kastor Glad to Be Up and Running

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USA TODAY Kastor Glad to Be Up and Running By Dick Patrick Deena Kastor had big plans for the summer track season — personal bests in the 5000 and 10000 meters, plus a trip to the world championships. Then in May she was playing with her chocolate lab, Aspen, when she stepped on one of […]

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Injured Pikus-Pace Pushing

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USA TODAY Injured Pikus-Pace Pushing By Vicki Michaelis Noelle Pikus-Pace’s U.S. skeleton teammates will wake up early Wednesday in Calgary to the first race of the Olympic season. Pikus-Pace will wake up at home in Orem, Utah, to another day in her race against time. The reigning overall World Cup champion, Pikus-Pace was a gold […]

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Kastor Glad to Be Up and Running

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USA TODAY Kastor Glad to Be Up and RunningBy Dick Patrick Deena Kastor had big plans for the summer track season — personal bests in the 5000 and 10000 meters, plus a trip to the world championships. Then in May she was playing with her chocolate lab, Aspen, when she stepped on one of the […]

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Keflezighi in New York

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IAAF Keflezighi in New York                                                                                                                                                                                                By James Dunaway NEW YORK – 2004 was a ’breakout’ year for Mebrahtom Keflezighi. He emerged as the United States’ first truly world-class distance runner in nearly two decades by finishing second in the Olympic marathon in Athens and then coming back 10 weeks later to take second in last […]

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University of Kentucky Sports Facility Goes High Tech with HydroWorx

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Press Release University of Kentucky Sports Facility Goes High Tech with HydroWorx Middletown, PA-Athletes at the University of Kentucky will soon enjoy the same training room advantages that a growing number of elite professional and amateur athletes enjoy. The university will install a high-tech pool with an underwater treadmill built by HydroWorx of Middletown, Pa., […]

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NFL Tampa Bay Buccaneers Invest in HydroWorx 2000

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Press Release NFL Tampa Bay Buccaneers invest in HydroWorx 2000 Middletown, PA–In professional sports, injuries are frequent and very costly. That is why the NFL Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who are currently 5-1 and in first place in the NFC South, purchased a HydroWorx 2000 Series pool – one of the most advanced sports medicine rehabilitation […]

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University of Kentucky Sports Facility Goes High Tech with HydroWorx

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Press Release University of Kentucky Sports Facility Goes High Tech with HydroWorx Middletown, PA-Athletes at the University of Kentucky will soon enjoy the same training room advantages that a growing number of elite professional and amateur athletes enjoy. The university will install a high-tech pool with an underwater treadmill built by HydroWorx of Middletown, Pa., […]

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