The strongest chess players in the world were once again allowed to play in person and competition was stronger than ever. Grandmaster, Maurice Ashley, shares some highlights and explains how the pandemic changed the game.
Healthcare worker and pro-bowler, Erin McCarthy speaks out on what it feels like to get the ball rolling again.
Covid’s not stopping stopping thousands from running together this weekend in what is being billed as, “the world’s biggest race.” Registration is still open! Download the app and run alone, with friends or with an organized group. It’s a good time in support of a great cause.
Fans are now allowed back into stadiums and I was lucky enough to be among the first to take a seat in the stands. So what’s baseball like in person these days? Here’s my experience from testing to parking to socially distanced seating.
1 topic + 4 people associated with it = a Mount Rushmore. The Mount Rushmore of Coronavirus Taskforce members? Dr. Anthony Fauci, Deborah Birx, Mike Pence, and Dr. Jerome Adams. The pairings for the game are endless and debatable, which is probably why it’s so addictive. So let’s apply it to sports -from greatest olympians to best 90’s basketball stars… see if you agree.
“The 2022 season is very much in jeopardy since the current Collective Bargaining Agreement expires at the end of this season, so fans may be deprived of baseball soon regardless of the potential for herd immunity. My advice … fans should enjoy the 2021 baseball season as much as possible.”