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Green Bay Press Gazette

 •  October 15, 2017

Many people are surprised to hear their local high school has a licensed athletic trainer. They wonder what we do and who we work with. Most high schools partner with a local health care provider to deliver training services to student athletes to help them avoid injuries and help those who are injured. When people hear the word “trainer,” they...

Green Bay Press Gazette

 •  August 8, 2017

Otis Chambers does not have a speck of athletic ability. On a scale of 1-10, he’s somewhere in negative territory when it comes to playing sports. It still didn’t stop him from having a career in athletics that lasted more than three decades, ending with his retirement this summer as the athletic director at Bay Port. “He’s a big teddy bear,” Bay...

Green Bay Press Gazette

 •  April 21, 2017

When most spectators watch thousands of runners lining up each year for the Bellin Run or Cellcom Green Bay Marathon, they see a churning mass of grit and gusto eager to hit the road. Meanwhile, the runners wait quietly, or share their anxieties, injury histories and maybe some motivational quotes. Such as? John Bingham, author of “No Need for...

Green Bay Press Gazette

 •  December 18, 2015

"We've added a lot of unaffiliated doctors, at least one concussion expert on each sideline, we've added an athletic trainer up in the skybox to