The Jamaican track star hasn’t released a statement on the loss yet, but he did post a cryptic black square on Instagram Monday with a caption that read, “In a World of Lies….Where is the Truth? The History Evil….What is the Root?…MONEY #CrypticWorld.”
Starr Andrews recently made history as the first Black U.S. figure skater to win the ISU Grand Prix medal. The post Starr Andrews Makes Figure Skating History In Canada appeared first on NewsOne.
Did you know that Howard University is the only HBCU in the nation with a swim program? In their 75th year, this season opening is set to make history!
Soul Cap is here to stay.
Black women are putting the sport of gymnastics on their backs. They’ve been dominating gymnastics for a while and showed their talents once again at the 2022 U.S. Gymnastics Championship. Three Black women, 17-year-old Konnor McClain, 20-year-old Shilese Jones, and 21-year-old Jordan Chiles, took home some hardware after winning the senior all-around competition and becoming […]
A homeless man maliciously threw a metal pipe at Olympic medalist Kim Glass, causing major damage to the bridge of her nose and eye socket.
Raleigh-based Saint Augustine’s University is the first HBCU to launch a women’s rowing team.
Detroit’s first Black women-owned skating academy strives to make figure skating lessons accessible to youth living in low-income households.
"Who am I to tell you how to cope when you're dealing with the pain or you're dealing with a struggle that you haven't experienced before or that you thought you never would have to deal with?"
The track and field community suffered a tragic loss recently with the death of Deon Lendore, a three-time Olympian from Trinidad and Tobago that died this week as a victim of a three-vehicle car crash in Texas.