Olympian gives students the 411 on being healthy

Los Angeles-Two-time Olympian Tasha Danvers believes that anything can be achieved through discipline. It is through…

Exhibits bring the art back to CAAM

LOS ANGELES-Sometimes new is good. Change is good. Everything is new at the California African American Museum…

Mamie Rallins: The forgotten Tigerbelle

Record-setting HU Coach Awaits Her Due HAMPTON — For all of her exploits, Mamie Rallins’ recognition…

Carmelita Jeter’s jet is ready for another Olympic takeoff

USA track and field star Carmelita Jeter compares her struggles and ups and downs in track…

The social conscious of John Carlos

John Carlos has a lot to say about a lot of things. This is one guy…

Dalhausser and Ross Shine at Manhattan Beach Open

Manhattan Beach, Calif. – Phil Dalhausser and April Ross took on different partners in defending their…

A record day for USC’s Andre De Grasse

They say records are made to be broken. Well, the only thing that USC sprinter Andre…

Before Bolt, Tyus Set the Olympic Bar

Winning the moniker as the world’s fastest man or the world’s fastest woman is an awesome…

Carmelita Ready to “Jet” to Gold

USA track and field star Carmelita Jeter is ready for the gold. She knows this year’s…

U.S. Volleyball Team Looking for Gold

Anaheim, CA-Age is nothing but a number for USA women’s volleyball member Danielle Scott-Arruda. At the…

Sugar Ray Leonard Overcomes Big Fight to Live

Boxing legend Sugar Ray Leonard still carries around today that megawatt smile that endeared him to…

Black History Month Retrospective…Olympian Jim Hines

Olympic gold medal winner Jim Hines broke the mold in the 100 meters. And he did…

“The JET” Honored as 2011 Sportswoman of the Year

World champion sprinter Carmelita Jeter, who lays claim as the “Fastest Woman Alive” by winning the…

Ed Temple is Tennessee State University’s Black Gold

By Dennis J. Freeman news4usonline.com Black History Month Feature Retired Tennessee State University coach Ed Temple…

A Run to Glory and into the History Books

By Dennis J. Freeman In the month of September during the 1960 Olympics, Wilma Rudolph lit…