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Sioux Falls Argus Leader

 •  December 8, 2017

Gabbi Holbert was at bat during a Halloween softball tournament in the fall of 2016 when a high-rising pitch struck her in the head and sent her to the ground. Holbert, now a senior at O'Gorman High School, doesn’t remember any of it. When she regained consciousness, she was in the company of family. “All I remember was that I was in the dugout and...

Sioux Falls Argus Leader

 •  November 4, 2017

Athletic trainers are on the frontline in the battle against concussions. Their struggle to diagnose the injury is further complicated by youth athletes. By Sam Caravana / Argus Leader Sam Caravana / Argus Leader When it comes to concussions, those on the front lines serve an increasingly vital role in providing athletes with proper care in timely...

Sioux Falls Argus Leader

 •  October 14, 2017

Shay Bratland was in the beginning stages of telling University of South Dakota football coach Joe Glenn he was leaving the sport when the emotions hit him like a brick. Bratland's father asked to go along for the meeting, anticipating his son was going to have a difficult time verbalizing how multiple concussions were forcing him to walk away from...

Sioux Falls Argus Leader

 •  September 13, 2017

Sports medicine is not solely for sports and athletes; rather it is a great resource for people of all ages and abilities. Whether you are a seasoned athlete, just trying to maintain your exercise regimen or trying to become more active, sports medicine delivers everything necessary to start, strengthen, enhance and keep safe. Defining sports...

Sioux Falls Argus Leader

 •  July 2, 2017

Five area high schools — Sioux Falls Lincoln and Roosevelt, Brandon Valley, Tea Area and Sioux Falls Christian — have earned the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) Safe Sports School 1st Team Award. The award champions safety and recognizes schools that provide safe environments for student athletes. This achievement is a testament to...

Sioux Falls Argus Leader

 •  February 10, 2017

VERMILLION – University of South Dakota freshman basketball player Tyler Peterson got his first impression of the Sanford Coyote Sports Center during a recruiting process that began while people in hardhats and goggles were still part of the facility's scenery. “They told me we have this brand new arena coming in and we’d have it my freshman year,”...

Sioux Falls Argus Leader

 •  October 24, 2016

Buy Photo Football is a sport heavy on equipment: Helmets, cleats, shoulder pads, thigh pads, chest protectors, mouth guards and many more appliances. And for certain positions, there's another add-on that's becoming increasingly ubiquitous: the knee brace. Consisting of a hard frame, padding, hinges and straps, the devices have drawbacks, but the...

Sioux Falls Argus Leader

 •  December 17, 2015

As a football coach at Western Illinois, Nielson was familiar with the ... of our players, along with the athletic training facility,” Nielson sa

Sioux Falls Argus Leader

 •  June 2, 2015

•Work has started on a project in southeast Sioux Falls to combine a GreatLife fitness center with a large athletic training facility. •And GreatLife