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5 Reasons Sleep is Key for Success in Sports and Otherwise

Courtesy Nuvanna.com

Sleep. All people need it, most crave it, but throngs of individuals do not get the kind of restorative and rehabilitative sleep required to optimize mental clarity, focus, ideation, awareness, productivity and overall performance. The CDC actually declared “insufficient sleep” an “important public health concern.” Enter Alvaro Vaselli, founder and CEO of Nuvanna — a sleep science and productivity-driven company — whose passion lies ... Read More »

WSG Sports Ownership Newsletter October 26, 2017

WSG – Sports Ownership Newsletter October 26, 2017 Welcome to the latest version of the Whitecap Sports Group newsletter, featuring topical industry insights, with a focus on ownership opportunities in the Sports industry.  As always, we value your comments and suggestions; please visit us at www.whitecapsports.com. U.S. Soccer: If You Had to Ask “What Happened?”, You Probably Weren’t Paying Attention All Along.  So, ... Read More »

Michael Strahan, Harry Carson join Takeo Spikes Charity Event, NYC

  MICHAEL STRAHAN, HARRY CARSON JOIN TAKEO SPIKES AT “BEHIND THE MASK”  BOOK TOUR CHARITY EVENT IN NYC Guest of Honor Harry Carson joined Takeo Spikes for Q&A, Takeo Spikes donates $10,000  to Beyond the Boroughs Scholarship Fund   October 23, 2017, New York, NY – 15-season NFL veteran Takeo Spikes hosted his NY “Behind the Mask” book tour stop at ... Read More »

Yankees Quick Hits by Bryan Revello: ALCS Aftermath

By Bryan Revello I’m so proud of these guys. I’m sitting here crying. That’s right, I’m an overly emotional adult male and I cry over baseball. It’s not because the Yankees just lost game 7 of the ALCS. It’s because the season has been so special and next generation of Yankees baseball has officially arrived. It’s so cool to watch ... Read More »

Beloved Knicks announcer Andariese to receive Johnny Bach Award from Fordham

 John Andariese to Receive Johnny Bach Award at Fordham Basketball Tip-Off Dinner on Monday Night, October 30 at The Water Club in New York City Fordham Posthumously Honors Beloved Knicks Hall of Fame Analyst, Distinguished Fordham Alumnus   New York, October 17—Fordham University Athletics will celebrate the life of beloved New York Knicks analyst and distinguished alumnus John Andariese when he posthumously receives the “Johnny Bach Award” on Monday night, October 30 at the 2017 Fordham ... Read More »

Judge Babe record-breaker jersey; Ruth, Gehrig, Mantle vintage memorabili

“Fall Classic” Auction Highlighted by Rare Memorabilia – from Lou Gehrig & Babe Ruth to Aaron Judge – at Steiner Auctions ***On-Line Bidding October 16th Through November 18th***   New York, October 17—While baseball aficionados are getting primed for the start of the World Series, Steiner Auctions has launched the “Fall Classic” Auction beginning October 16th, highlighted by something new and some things very, very old.  The Aaron Judge ... Read More »

Gamified Dieting for a Healthier & Wealthier New Year

Courtesy of HealthyWage.com

Even during the gluttonous holidays and into the New Year “diet resolution” season, weight loss doesn’t have to be a difficult or costly endeavor. It can actually be quite profitable. One organization founded on much obesity and incentivization research, HealthyWage.com, has found a way to help dieters overcome their short-term financial woes and spur weight loss from the start by ... Read More »

Ten World Class Trotters in $1 million Yonkers International Trot at Empire City Casino on Saturday, October 14th

Yonkers, NY — Ten elite trotters representing seven countries have accepted invitations to battle for “best in the world” bragging rights in the $1 million Yonkers International Trot on Saturday afternoon, October 14th, at Empire City Casino. Last year’s champion Resolve of the United States, defending his title in the 1 ¼-mile classic, heads the field. Ake Svanstedt, trains and ... Read More »

Halloween Haunts Go High-Tech with AtmosFX Digital Decorations

Courtesy AtmosFX

In some neighborhoods, each October it’s outright competition to see which house can deck out their digs in the creepiest configuration. But, even if your neighbors don’t bother with Halloween decorations, creating your own eerie abode is still an eagerly anticipated annual event for many. For those who want to go the extra mile and really make their haunted house ... Read More »