Courtney Cameron
(courtney@athleticbusiness.com) joined the staff at Athletic Business in September of 2016 as the editorial assistant. She has a bachelor’s in creative writing and French from the University of Wisconsin—Eau Claire, where she worked as a group exercise instructor. She enjoys hiking at Devil’s Lake and reading past bedtime.
  • Thursday, January, 26, 2017
    Product Spotlight 2017: Cardio Equipment

    Cardio Equipment


  • Tuesday, January, 24, 2017
    Drury Coach Steps Down to Head Anti-Hazing Task Force

    Brian Reynolds, head swimming and diving coach for Drury University in Springfield, Mo., has announced his intention to step down as coach in order to devote his time to an anti-hazing task force he plans to create with the help of dean of students Tijuana Julian and athletic director Mark Fisher.


  • Tuesday, January, 24, 2017
    Equipment Usage Tracking Technologies

    In the past few years, fitness technology has begun to home in on one of the most problematic aspects of fitness space management: cardio equipment maintenance. A variety of device-trackers, applications and even specialized consulting services are available to help facility owners optimize their fitness floor and keep tabs on equipment usage. For the operator who is devoted to customer satisfaction but also wants to get the highest possible return on their fitness equipment investment, a combination of these available technologies may be the best solution.


  • Monday, January, 23, 2017
    NCAA's 30 Percent Protein Calorie Rule Deregulated

    The NCAA has overturned a regulation limiting the amount of protein permitted to be contained in supplements provided by an institution to its student-athletes.


  • Friday, January, 20, 2017
    Florida High School Track and Field Goes Metric

    In February, the Florida High School Athletic Association will become the first in the country to impose a metric measuring system on field events for all district, regional and state track and field championship meets.


  • Thursday, January, 19, 2017
    Washington DOH Finds No Link Between Turf and Cancer

    The Washington State Department of Health has released the results of an investigation wherein it examined the relationship between playing soccer on synthetic turf and the early development of cancer. The DOH partnered with researchers from the University of Washington School of Public Health to investigate a list, compiled by the UW women’s assistant head soccer coach, of 53 Washington residents who both played soccer and developed cancer between the mid- ‘90s and the year 2016.


  • Wednesday, January, 18, 2017
    Eligibility Hearing Reinstates Ref-Hitting Rojas

    On Tuesday, Victor Rojas, suspended from John Jay (San Antonio) in 2015 for attacking a game official on-field, was reinstated as an eligible participant in competitive sports for the 2017-18 school year by the University Interscholastic League.


  • Wednesday, January, 18, 2017
    Update: Oregon Suspends Coach Over Rhabdo Episode

    Three football players were hospitalized and several others were left slightly the worse-for-wear following an intensive, post-break strength and conditioning workout at the University of Oregon.


  • Friday, January, 13, 2017
    HS Coaches, AD Resign Amid Hazing Allegations

    Head football coach David Proffitt of Lake Zurich (Ill.) High School added his letter of resignation to those of athletic director Rolando Vazquez and assistant coach Chad Beaver shortly after the first two resignations were accepted by district board members at a meeting on Thursday.


  • Thursday, January, 12, 2017
    NFL's Chargers Announce Relocation

    Chargers owner Dean Spanos announced the long-awaited decision this morning: the team will relocate from San Diego to Los Angeles for the 2017 season.