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Joe Schmidt Confident Johnny Sexton Will Be Fit For England Clash

Ahead of their Guinness Six Nations opener against England next month, Ireland Coach Joe Schmidt has provided an injury update on three of his star players.

 

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How One Bronx Cheerleading Team Made It To Nationals

They came for the white jackets. The girls (and two boys) that make up the James Monroe cheerleading squad made history, becoming the first public school from Bronx to qualify for the United Cheerleading Association national competition in Orlando Florida. One of the largest international cheerleading competitions, it airs on ESPN with the end goal being a trophy and a white championship satin jacket....
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Bronx Science Places In Top 6 At PSAL Girls Gymnastics Individuals

Congratulations to all of the student athletes who competed and placed in the top 6 at the PSAL Girls Gymnastics Individuals on Friday, February 10, 2017....
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Bronx Science Girls & Boys Wrestling Team PSAL City Champs

Congratulations to Bronx Science Girls and Boys Wrestling team for winning the 2016-2017 PSAL City Championship against Curtis High School.
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Bronx Cheerleaders Place 7th

A Bronx team that raised more than $30,000 to compete at the National High School Cheerleading Championship in Florida took seventh place in their division at the event....
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These Bronx High-School Cheerleaders Crowdfunded Their Way To Nationals

The James Monroe Eagles cheerleading squad has so little funding that it does not even have a regular practice space, and yet the Bronx high school team just qualified for the National High School Cheerleading Championship in Orlando, Florida....
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The 21st Annual Tour de Bronx Registration Is Now Open

Registration for the 21st Annual Tour de Bronx, the largest free cycling event in New York State, is now open....
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Thousands Bike Ride In Annual Tour de Bronx

Thousands gathered to bike through the borough Sunday as part of the 20th annual Tour de Bronx....
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Fordham Rowing To Compete At Atlantic 10 Championships

The Fordham University rowing squad will travel down to Virginia on Sunday to compete in the 2014 Atlantic 10 Championships on the Occoquan Reservoir at Sandy Run Regional Park....
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Buffalo State Women's Track Honor

Sophomore Treasure Glymph (Bronx, NY/Truman) has been selected as the State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) Women's Field Athlete of the Week....
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Buffalo State Women's Track & Field

Buffalo State had a strong day in a non-scored meet at the Brockport Invitational, winning six events and seeing a school record fall in another....
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Privateers Sweep Lehman Tuesday Night

On Monday night, the Maritime men's and women's swimming and diving teams earned a sweep over non-conference Bronx-rival Lehman College at the Lightning's APEX Aquatic Center. The men won by the score of 148-93, while the women were victorious, 136-88....
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Thousands To Take Bronx On 2 Wheels

Some 6,000 cyclists will be hitting the asphalt Sunday morning for the 19th annual Tour de Bronx....
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Softball Adds Jim McGowan To Coaching Staff

Head Coach Bridget Orchard has announced the addition of Jim McGowan, a true softball legend, to the Fordham coaching staff for the upcoming season....
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Angler Lands Atlantic Salmon In Bronx

There likely is not an angler East of the Mississippi River that does not long for the days when wild Atlantic Salmon teemed in eastern waters ranging as far South as Long Island Sound and northward to Newfoundland and Quebec....
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Bicycle Sundays Return To Bronx River Parkway

Bicycle Sundays are back. Starting Sunday, May 5, both directions of a 6.5-mile stretch of the Bronx River Parkway will be closed to vehicular traffic and turned into a suburban cycling haven....
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Bronx Chess Team Goes For Gold

The chess team at the Bronx Center for Science and Mathematics does not have the storied chess legacy of, say, Edward R. Murrow High School, which has won several state and national championships and received ample media coverage over the years....
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Fordham Athletics Hall Of Fame Inductees

Bronx born and bred Frank McLaughlin (Woodlawn section), a basketball standout as a player and former longtime Athletic Director, men's basketball coach Tom Penders, and German import track and field superstar Kerstin Maike Greene will be among the 10 inductees into the Fordham Athletics Hall of Fame on Saturday, January 26, 2013....
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Thousands Of Cyclists Participate In The 18th Annual Tour De Bronx

About 6,000 bike riders peddled along one of two scenic routes for the 18th annual Tour de Bronx on Sunday, to take in the borough's wide range of neighborhoods and natural beauty....
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Bronx Will Hold State’s Largest Free Cycling Event

Nearly 6,000 cyclists will ride through the borough’s 61 neighborhoods in the 18th annual Tour de Bronx Sunday, October 14, 2012....
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What A Drag

I swim laps at noon several times a week. I enjoy the water, and the gentle exercise is good for my aging joints....
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17th Annual Tour De Bronx

Thousands of cyclists rolled through the streets of Bronx Sunday in the 17th annual Tour de Bronx....
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Fordham's Rams Sweep Colonials, 11-1

The Fordham softball team completed a two-game sweep over the George Washington Colonials with an 11-1 win, in five innings, on Saturday, April 9 at Bahoshy Field in the Bronx. The game concluded with a walk-off, grand slam by Chelsea Palumbo that ended the contest via the eight-run rule....
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Doubleheader With St. Bonaventure

Because of inclement weather in Western, New York, the softball series initially scheduled for St. Bonaventure on Friday and Saturday will now be a single-day doubleheader on Saturday, March 26, 2011 at Fordham beginning at noon. As originally scheduled, the games will feature the Bonnies as the home team and the Rams as the visitors....
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Bronx Lady Runs At Age 95

Ida Keeling, of Bronx, NY, is only 4-foot-6 and 83 pounds. She is only on one prescription drug and appears 20 years younger than she actually is. And she said she feels even younger than that....
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Rebecca Teng, Wins A Silver Medal

Swartmore College Freshman Rebecca Teng, a Bronx H.S. of Science graduate, won a silver medal in the 200 IM at the Centennial Conference Championships held at Gettysburg College, Gettysburg, PA....
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National High School Cheerleading Championship

The only school from the Bronx to qualify at Regionals held at Hofstra University in November. On February 12-13, the Stars competed in Orlando with over 35 states and over 9,000 cheerleaders represented, taking Fourth Place....
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Remembering The Fallen In The Bronx

Before it enters the dark tracts and inner veins of the city, the number Four train moves slowly past the non-descript buildings of the Bronx....
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Nike Sportswear 1LOVE: The Bronx

Following is the latest video from Nike Sportswear’s “1 Love,” an ongoing Nike Sportswear experience created to celebrate the AF1 and hoops culture throughout NYC’s five boroughs....
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Boxing Back In The Bronx

On May 14th, Star Boxing returns to the Paradise Theater in the Bronx, when it presents its tenth installment of the popular “Punchin at the Paradise” fight series....
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Bronxites Earn Scholar-Athlete Honors

University at Albany’s Valete Graham and Fey Adaramola have been named America East Conference Scholar-Athlete of the Year in their respective sports, as announced by the league office on Wednesday afternoon. ...
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A Rare Act In Boxing Caught On Camera

Elijah Thomas of Juan Laporte Boxing Club, hoists Mitchell Sanat of John's Gym, into the air during their congratulatory handshake at Madison Square Garden on March 26, 2010....
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Daily News Golden Gloves Finals

Bronx fighters Davone Jones (left), Gleason’s Gym, and Roberto Morban, Fort Apache Boxing Club, met for the finals of the Daily News Golden Gloves at Madison Square Garden on March 25, 2010. Morban outpointed Jones to win the Super heavyweight Open division. ...
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Fordham Athletics Hall Of Fame, 2010

Three members of Fordham University’s 2002 Patriot League Championship football team dubbed the “Sunshine Boys” because of their Florida roots will get the chance to sparkle when the trio is among six new members enshrined into the Fordham Athletics Hall of Fame on Saturday, January 23, at the McGinley Center on the university's Rose Hill Campus in the Bronx....
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Bronx's Own Fey Adaramola

University at Albany’s Fey Adaramola (Bronx, NY/Trevor) was named the America East Conference Women's Track Performer of the Week, as announced on Tuesday, January 12, 2010 by the league office. ...
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Bronx CC Wins Community College Volleyball Championship

Bronx Community College defeated the Borough of Manhattan Community College in three sets to win their second straight CUNY Athletic Conference Community College Women's Volleyball Championship....
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BCC Volleyball Team Regionally Ranked

The Bronx Community College volleyball team is off to a string start, winning its first six matches of the season, including a 2-0 mark in the CUNY Athletic Conference. Region XV of the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) has recognized this, and has ranked the Broncos second in the first weekly volleyball report that was released today for Division III....
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Bronx Open Tennis Tournament

Children from all over the tri-state area have a chance to play alongside some of the world's top tennis players at the EmblemHealth Bronx Open....
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Joe Schmidt Confident Johnny Sexton Will Be Fit For England Clash

Ahead of their Guinness Six Nations opener against England next month, Ireland Coach Joe Schmidt has provided an injury update on three of his star players.
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How One Bronx Cheerleading Team Made It To Nationals

They came for the white jackets. The girls (and two boys) that make up the James Monroe cheerleading squad made history, becoming the first public school from Bronx to qualify for the United Cheerleading Association national competition in Orlando Florida. One of the largest international cheerleading competitions, it airs on ESPN with the end goal being a trophy and a white championship satin jacket.
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Bronx Science Places In Top 6 At PSAL Girls Gymnastics Individuals

Congratulations to all of the student athletes who competed and placed in the top 6 at the PSAL Girls Gymnastics Individuals on Friday, February 10, 2017.
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Bronx Science Girls & Boys Wrestling Team PSAL City Champs

Congratulations to Bronx Science Girls and Boys Wrestling team for winning the 2016-2017 PSAL City Championship against Curtis High School.
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Bronx Cheerleaders Place 7th

A Bronx team that raised more than $30,000 to compete at the National High School Cheerleading Championship in Florida took seventh place in their division at the event.
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These Bronx High-School Cheerleaders Crowdfunded Their Way To Nationals

The James Monroe Eagles cheerleading squad has so little funding that it does not even have a regular practice space, and yet the Bronx high school team just qualified for the National High School Cheerleading Championship in Orlando, Florida.
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The 21st Annual Tour de Bronx Registration Is Now Open

Registration for the 21st Annual Tour de Bronx, the largest free cycling event in New York State, is now open.
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Thousands Bike Ride In Annual Tour de Bronx

Thousands gathered to bike through the borough Sunday as part of the 20th annual Tour de Bronx.
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Fordham Rowing To Compete At Atlantic 10 Championships

The Fordham University rowing squad will travel down to Virginia on Sunday to compete in the 2014 Atlantic 10 Championships on the Occoquan Reservoir at Sandy Run Regional Park.
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Buffalo State Women's Track Honor

Sophomore Treasure Glymph (Bronx, NY/Truman) has been selected as the State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) Women's Field Athlete of the Week.

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is a University of Florida graduate with a B.S. in Journalism. After graduating with no financial debt, she learned the importance of working hard and saving money, which sprouted her quest for financial literacy. In addition to journalism, Attiyya is an environmentalist, poet, model, and social activist. She has freelanced for several publications both in Florida and in New York, including HOME Magazine, the Gainesville Sun, the Charlotte Sun-Herald, and Brooklyn's L Magazine.