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In 1931 the American Football Coaches Association initiated the First Annual Survey of Football Fatalities and this research has been conducted at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill since 1965. In 1977 the National Collegiate Athletic Association initiated a National Survey of Catastrophic Football Injuries, which is also conducted at the University of North Carolina.

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The New & Improved Photorun.NET is now up and running.

For your convenience, the site now offers a search function by
-athletes last name
-some Unique groupings
(Both of which may still need a little clean-up)

On the Menu Bar,
the "Search" and all other links on the menu bar are geared toward personal
print purchase, except

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NSF-Live-Safer-Mark-100x118.gifRecent news stories on steroid use in sports continue to emphasize the importance of screening dietary supplements and sports nutrition products for banned substances. A unique certification program, developed by NSF International, can help athletes make informed decisions when choosing nutritional products.

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ATFCalendar09v8.jpgWelcome to the 2009 U.S. Athletics Calendar. This is an example of how the sport can work together. Special thanks to Walt Murphy, who compiles the calendar with the best domestic and international meetings for cross country, indoor, outdoor and major road events.

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usatfheader.jpgFrom USATF, INDIANAPOLIS - The USA Track & Field Foundation's "Fundamentals of the Long Jump" is now available online at, announced USATF Foundation Chairman Bob Greifeld and Executive Director, Tom Jackovic.

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IAAF_Nutrition.jpgAll athletes can benefit from making good food choices that will support consistent training, maximise performance in competition and help maintain good health.

Food choices will be very different in different countries and different cultures, but