About the Refugee Olympic Team Millions of people displaced. Families, training facilities and futures torn apart. Hopes reduced to rubble….
Mylitta Butler — the Author of “Slim Down Level Up,” examined her life at 304 pounds, and created her new normal — at 143 pounds in just 15-months.
In this XOTV episode, adventure sports industry experts and leaders speak out on the underrepresentation people of color in adventure sports and what this means for the industry’s survival and more.
The whitewater paddlesports community took action during calls for increased Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion for People of Color.
T.C.K. Kobe Bryant Kobe Bryant was an American professional basketball player born in Philadelphia, Penn. U.S.A., in 1978. When he…
The Olympics have always been a celebration of nationalism and pride. Athletes compete with high hopes of earning the respect…
This article centers around Military B.R.A.T. and TCK Mia Hamm and her journey to becoming one of the most recognized and appreciated female soccer players.
Olympic gymnast and record-breaker Nadia Comăneci began traveling for athletics as a child, and later forced to leave Romania due…
The USWNT began preparing for a lawsuit against the USSF in hopes of reducing the gender discrimination that is evident in the sports industry.
A dual citizen of Nigeria and New York, U.S. (her parents emigrated from the former to the latter), Jessica Matthews invented the Soccket Ball, a soccer ball that captures and stores motion-based, off-grid, renewable energy (M.O.R.E) to electrify underserved communities in the developing world, when she was just a junior at Harvard University.