Everything’s different for everyone right now, obviously. And that definitely includes my parents.
COVID-19: Athlete Impact
We decided to ask some of our favorite athletes to share how they’ve been dealing with life in the Covid-19 world.
THEY DESERVE YOUR RESPECT, AMERICA. Not your sympathy. Your respect. It’s different.
We support the right of all athletes to stand up and speak out.
I will carry that passion, and that appreciation with me wherever I go. And this November, it’ll be with me in Augusta, Georgia.
#WeAreUnited in our commitment to secure fair treatment for college athletes.
Some people gotta be out there on their grind, doing their job no matter what.
It’s way past time for me to take a more public role in the battle against Lyme disease — a battle that I’ve been fighting mostly privately for years.
I wish we could all take some lessons from South Korea when it comes to COVID-19.
The world kind of has a feeling now of what it’s like to be paralyzed.
Times like this are when leadership really matters.
Eventually it’s going to end, you just have to push through.
Even as restrictions ease, we still have an obligation to take precautions to contain the spread.
That Kayla — the fighting Kayla — is on hold for now.
This situation we’re all dealing with is like being in recovery. It’s like a reset.
Find creative inspiration, get your hands dirty — and I think that will help us get to the finish line.
You can’t really control a lot of things going on in the world right now. So take ownership of the things that you can,
In the sports world, one of the toughest things to think about is the college seniors.
The only thing that will beat this virus is solidarity. That is a fact.
Knowing the world, and seeing how things have always evolved, I think we’ll get through this as a unit.
By staying at home we are all fighting together against this virus so that things can go back to normal as soon as possible.
Ao ficar em casa, todos lutamos juntos contra esse vírus, para que as coisas voltem ao normal o mais rápido possível.
In one year, I’ve been named to both the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame and the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame.
Attending in-person AA meetings has been a huge part of my life and well-being for the last 14 years.
Trying to prepare yourself for what is ultimately unknown is the hardest part of this whole thing.