I’ve witnessed plenty of thrilling sporting events. This Atlanta United FC game–in the team’s inaugural year, no less–was a new experience. This post originally appeared on Dirty South Soccer.
A eulogy of sorts for Atlanta Braves baseball at Turner Field, through the eyes of the last two games there.
Get ready, 2017. Football and soccer are arriving on schedule. A modified version of this post originally appeared on atlantamagazine.com.
The longtime European health trend is finally taking root in the United States. Here’s a look at the founders bringing it stateside. A shorter version of this story originally appeared on Inc.com: http://www.inc.com/cameron-albert-deitch/whole-body-cryotherapy-is-taking-over-america.html
These photos of the new College Football Hall of Fame originally appeared on atlantamagazine.com.
The trip planning tool is a great concept, but it underscores the disjointed nature of Atlanta’s regional transit providers. Originally appeared on atlantamagazine.com.
Originally appeared on WNURSports.com
People are starting to play ultimate at increasingly younger ages. As a result, college players now are more experienced than college players were just ten years ago.
One of the crucial tenants of ultimate is the concept of Spirit of the Game, which allows self-officiating to actually work. With the impending arrival of referees as ultimate’s popularity grows, will outside officiating destroy Spirit of the Game? Longtime coaches and co-authors of the book Essential Ultimate, Michael Baccarini and Tiina Booth, have differing opinions. Cameron Albert-Deitch // Medill