Former heavyweight boxing champion Muhammad Ali is shown on camera before reporters prior to checking out of a New York hospital, September 21, 1984, following four days of tests. Ali said, "I'm always tired," after being diagnosed with Parkinson's syndrome. (AP Photo/Mario Cabrera)
On September 8th, 2012, Prestige Imports Porsche Service Manager Dave Stribling drove the Prestige Imports race car, a 2004 Porsche 911 GT3, in the 6th Annual Drive For The Kids to benefit the Children's Hospital Colorado Sports Program. The goal of this event was to provide scenic driving, great food and lively conversation with other tour participants, all while supporting youth oriented charities.
Evidence Based Running Injury Management & Prevention #CPD Evening Seminar - Where: Royal Orthopaedic Hospital – Physiotherapy Gym The Woodlands, Bristol Rd S, Birmingham, B31 2AP When: Monday, September 12, 2016 from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM CPD: 3 hours accredited by the Sports Therapy Association Suitable for: Therapists, Personal Trainers & Coaches who work (or are studying) to help runners manage & prevent running related injury. For details click link or visit sportinjurymatt.co.uk.
Greenwich Hospital of the Yale New Haven Health Center has reported in a September 12, 2012 news release: "Concussion Awareness Helps Reduce Long-Term Complications." Although involvement in school sports is generally considered a healthy thing for your child to do both physically and mentally, there are concerns that the pressure to play harder and practice longer hours is associated with an increased risk of head injury.
LANCE ARMSTRONG. Armstrong was born on September 18, 1971, at Methodist Hospital in Plano, Texas, north of Dallas. At the age of 12 he started racing in his sporting career as a swimmer at the City of Plano Swim Club and finished fourth in Texas state 1,500-meter freestyle.
An abandoned Ferris wheel stands in a public space overgrown with trees in the former city center of Pripyat, Ukraine, on September 30, 2015. Pripyat lies only a few kilometers from the former Chernobyl nuclear power plant and was built in the 1970s to house the plant's workers and their families. Today Pripyat is a ghost-town, its apartment buildings, shops, restaurants, hospital, schools, cultural center and sports facilities derelict and its streets overgrown with trees. The city lies in…