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NATA Seminar To Feature Consensus Statement on Cervical Spine Injury Managament

As part of its sponsorship of the 56th Annual NSSA Awards Weekend, the National Athletic Trainers’ Association will present its annual seminar on Sunday, June 7th, at Lee Street Theatre in Salisbury, NC. NATA will be releasing new major national safety protocol in sports, with a new inter-association task force consensus statement on the management […]

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NATA Sports Medicine Reporting Contest Open – Deadline April 16th

The National Athletic Trainers’ Association is once again sponsoring the NATA Excellence in Sports Medicine Reporting Award. By completing a simple entry form for an article or broadcast you completed in 2014, you could add you name to a distinguished list of winners, while also bringing home $500 and earning a free trip to the NSSA […]

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Brady Wins Back-to-Back Hickok Belt Awards

ROCHESTER, NY – New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has kicked off the 2015 Hickok Belt® Award by being selected the winner for the months of January and February. Voting was conducted by a select panel of members of the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association (NSSA). Brady was selected the January winner due to his […]

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Membership Update

Here is the latest update to the NSSA membership list… 54 people either renewed or joined in the last month. Thank you for your support! Full Erik Hall Spring Valley IL Full Bob Kesling Knoxville TN Student Yoni Monat Sharon MA Full Dan Roche Andover MA Full Tom Silverstein Milwaukee WI Full Pam Thompson Salisbury […]

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NSSA Hall of Famer Ryan Wins Red Smith Award

Congratulations to NSSA Hall of Famer and Board national chair Bob Ryan! He is the 2015 winner of the Red Smith Award, presented by the Associated Press Sports Editors (APSE). The Award, named after another of NSSA’s Hall of Famers, is presented to an individual who has made a significant contribution to sports journalism. Ryan […]

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AIPS Young Reporters Program in Baku, Azerbaijan

AIPS, the International Sports Press Association will conduct a sports journalism education program to provide young sport reporters with a unique training experience during the Baku 2015 European Games. The team of 12 journalists (mainly Europeans) will be made up of six males and six females, and two Azerbaijani journalists. Participants will all be students, […]

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