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  • 5... Coming Soon - Nutrition and Fitness Page
  • 4... Fri - Y1 Hockey Rankings Week 17
  • 3... Thurs - Top Weekly Wrestlers
  • 2... Weds - AYHL Week 18 Top Performers
  • 1... Weds - AYHL Week 18 Recaps


Most Recent

  • Anticipation Grows as the 2014 USSSA Eastern World Series Nears

    (Youth1 Softball) - With just a little over a month to go, anticipation is growing for this year’s 2014 USSSA Fastpitch Eastern World Series. Once again, Salisbury/Ocean City, Maryland will play host, and teams across the country continue to qualify for a spot to compete against the best competition around. Read More +
  • Indiana Magic 01 Continues to Bring the Heat

    (Youth1 Softball) - Indiana Magic 01 (Lafayette, Indiana) continues to dominate the diamond after picking up yet another championship tournament win this past weekend. Read More +
  • A Girl's Basketball Dynasty in-the-Making

    (Youth1 Basketball) - The Boston Celtics, New York Yankees and UCLA men’s basketball teams have each been labeled a dynasty at one point in time. Read More +
  • Julie Chu Keeps Olympic Hockey Hopes Alive

    The road to the Olympics isn’t a glamorous one, but I guess you could say it’s family friendly. Right now I’m in Concord, Mass., staying with a local family while we train in Bedford, Mass., just outside of Boston. Short-term leases are super expensive and tough to come by when we train for small stretches of time in a new location, so about half of us are with host families. Read More +
  • October’s Female Athlete of the Month: Gracie Cornelius

    (Youth1 Other) As part of our ‘Year of the Girl Campaign’, Youth 1 Media is proud to announce the selection for October’s Female Athlete of the Month. Each month, we identify an athlete whose performance in their sport and character on and off the field best represents the great qualities of female athletes. Read More +
  • 16-Year-Old Granted LPGA Membership

    (Youth1 Golf) - There are few sports that teenage athletes can truly make an impact on the professional level, but golf, tennis and hockey are the few exceptions. The latest example came on Monday when the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) granted 16-year-old Lydia Ko a membership, two years before the standard age. Read More +
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