For the fourth year in a row, athletes from all of the military branches train and compete in Olympic style games. But these are no ordinary competitors. Injured veterans are currently in training for the 4th annual Wounded Warrior Games in Colorado Springs.
Scott Palomino joined the US Air... more »
Ever hear yourself say, "What if...?" Well, today, one group encourages your "what if" to become reality.
Imagination Celebration and the Pikes Peak Library District present the second annual "What If" Festival of Innovation and Imagination, which is a free fair for people of all ages to experience.
It's... more »
The House has voted to set federal guidelines on managing concussions among student athletes and protecting young people suffering head injuries from long-term health problems.
The bill would require the government to convene a conference of medical, athletic and education experts to come up with guidelines that address the... more »
Scientists have found evidence connecting head injuries in athletes to Lou Gehrig's disease. Dr. Ann McKee says she found toxic proteins in the spinal cords of three athletes who had suffered head injuries and then later died of Lou Gehrig's disease, or ALS. Those same proteins have been found in... more »
The U.S. Olympic Committee announced Thursday its team members for competition at the 2010 Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver, Canada. Team USA consists of 216 athletes, including 123 men and 93 women.
"America's finest athletes are ready to captivate our country once again in anticipation of the 2010 Olympic... more »
The famous New York Marathon is Sunday.
More than 40,000 runners will participate, and everyone has their own reasons for slogging through 26 miles.
Some do it beat a certain time, some raise money for charity, many run just for fun.
There's even a group running for... more »