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Athletes punished for protest at Pan American Games

Athletes punished for protest at Pan American Games

August 30, 2019

Two American athletes were recently given 12 months of probation for protesting during separate national anthems at the Pan American games in Lima, Peru on Aug. 9. Both athletes...

Atlanta experiences Ultimate Frisbee success over the summer of 2019

Atlanta experiences Ultimate Frisbee success over the summer of 2019

August 28, 2019

During the summer of 2019, Atlanta sent four Ultimate Frisbee club teams to compete in Blaine, Minnesota, for a national title in their respective divisions at the US Open Club C...

Grady cheerleaders face challenges

Grady cheerleaders face challenges

January 20, 2019

Cheerleading is stereotyped as the popular sport that every girl wants to join, but waving pom poms and shouting at football games does not encompass the skill level that cheerleade...

The unknown perks of being a mascot

The unknown perks of being a mascot

January 9, 2019

The entirety of the occupants of the stadium are staring at you. The pressure piles on as your every move is watched and scrutinized. It’s your tiring job to rile up the less ...

Baseball strikes out among young Americans

Baseball strikes out among young Americans

November 29, 2018

When the Super Bowl rolls around, everyone is talking about it. It doesn’t matter whether or not someone cares about football; the Super Bowl is understood to be more than a...

Atlanta United Surprises with Good Results, Popularity Soars

Elias Podber, Writer

October 6, 2017

Within the first season of its history, Atlanta United has made a name for itself in Major League Soccer (MLS) as one of the teams to watch. Whether it be their enjoyable and offensive style of play, their high level players and head coach, or their popular red and black striped uniforms, Atlanta United has built a large fan base that extends to the students of Grady. “You always have high ex...

An Era of Superteams

An Era of Superteams

August 25, 2017

These days in sports, we are no longer in the age of the franchise players. Now is the day of the superteams. With teams like the Golden State Warriors, Cleveland Cavaliers, Houston...

New York Struggles Continue

New York Struggles Continue

March 2, 2017

Once the confetti dropped down on the football field when the clock struck 0:00 in NRG Stadium, I could finally take a massive sigh of relief. The Falcons came up just short, fa...

Tackling Life With AYR

Tackling Life With AYR

October 19, 2016

Imagine walking out onto a field on a late October evening, cradling an egg-shaped ball under your arm and staring down a team of huge guys or girls who you’re going to have...

Michael Phelps Continues Legacy In Rio

Michael Phelps Continues Legacy In Rio

September 1, 2016

Over the past two weeks, the Olympics took over television all over the world. Many people paid great attention to American swimmer Michael Phelps. Everyone wanted to know if he...

Olympic Refugee Team Goes the Distance

Olympic Refugee Team Goes the Distance

August 26, 2016

The recently-ended 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio were tainted by a number of challenges and controversies, such as alleged human rights violations, police violence, the threat o...

Atlanta U16 Boys Ultimate Take Second In National Championship

Lili Chalfant, Writer

August 26, 2016

Atlanta’s U16 boys ultimate team, ATLas, took second in the nation at the ultimate Youth Club Championship (YCC) tournament in Blaine, Minnesota. The team was placed as fifth seed, so placing second in the nation was a huge accomplishment. Atlanta’s ultimate youth club sent four teams to the YCC tournament: U16 boys (ATLas), U19 boys (ATLiens), U19 mixed (flATLine), and U19 girls (cATLanta). The U...

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