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Read stories from and about aspiring athletes, athletes that overcome adversity, sports success stories, and more.

We want to hear from you! Do you have an amazing sports success story or believe you can be the next sports icon? If you play basketball, baseball, football, hockey, or ANY other sport, please tell us your tale! Below you will find inspiring stories from athletes all over the world.

You do NOT have to be the next Mike Trout or LeBron James! If you believe you are, certainly share your story. However, for the other 99.9%, we want to hear from you! We want to hear stories about athletes who succeed and are leaders and winners on and off the playing surface. If you were cut from a team, suffered an injury, have been bullied, were late to develop athletically overcame any hurdle to succeed, please share your story with us.

Are you the Next One?
Are you an aspiring athlete? Did you work extremely hard to make the team? Then this is your opportunity to share your story.
Are you a parent that has an incredible sports story? Then help inspire the next generation of sports champions by sharing their experience!

We encourage you to share your story in the blog below; some of the entries will receive a free tee shirt for their submission. You could be the next featured story on our website or Facebook page.

So, get started and tell the world your story. Are You The Next One? I AM

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Jordan’s Story

Very recently, I faced one of the biggest challenges I ever have. A concussion, not super severe, but severe enough, and it was hard. It’s been hard, but it’s getting easier, and that’s all that really matters. If I have learned one thing, it’s just that. Everybody at one time or another comes across roadblocks, […]

Nate’s Story

My Name is Nate and I live in Maine?I was playing running back in a playoff football game carrying the ball and as I planted on my left leg a defender dove and his helmet hit the inside of my left knee. I felt a pop but tried to get up and had trouble. The […]