Lance Armstrong’s legacy: Drug pusher or American hero?

Just one year ago, Lance Armstrong was an American hero. Whenever his name was heard it was in conjunction with, “true American hero,” “a man to look up to,” and “that guy with the one testicle”. He was a promising young athlete who survived a horrible fight with cancer to win many cycling tournaments. Today,… Continue reading Lance Armstrong’s legacy: Drug pusher or American hero?

Michael Phelps: Greatest Olympian Ever?

When the people of ancient Greece came together in the 8th century B.C. to institute the Olympic Games, they simply had the desire to promote competitive athletics on a more lofty and dignified stage. Little did they know that many centuries later the Olympic Games would evolve into something much more than just a bunch… Continue reading Michael Phelps: Greatest Olympian Ever?

From Wealth to Poverty: The Athlete’s Dilemma

By: Adam Wegh The myriad of articles revealing the financial problems that professional athletes encounter late in their careers or after retirement has continued to grow. In today’s world, we often hear of players who squander their earnings and find themselves in complete financial disarray. After living pretentious lives that only few people are fortunate… Continue reading From Wealth to Poverty: The Athlete’s Dilemma