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Is Polo Becoming More Inclusive? Alessandro Bazzoni Believes So

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Is Polo Becoming More Inclusive? Alessandro Bazzoni Believes So

At one time, polo was called “the sport of kings” and was only associated with the rich, and, more specifically, white rich men of “a certain age”. However, over the past few years there has been a drive to make this sport more inclusive, and, as a result, more people from diverse groups have begun to get involved with this exciting game – something that Alessandro Bazzoni is a strong advocate for.

Polo has traditionally been associated with the elites, and players of the sport often come from established wealthy families, and this image has been bolstered with images of the British and European royal families seen playing the sport frequently. Both princes, William and Harry, have long been aficionados of this horseback discipline, and former American president Barack Obama even gifted the young Prince George a polo mallet in recognition of the family’s affinity to polo.

A Diversifying Sport

As the sport builds in popularity, it is becoming more accessible to those who don’t own their own riding stables or horses, by those who do not fit the stereotypical polo player persona of ‘rich white male’ and especially by those whose background, traditions and heritage do not align with this high-end sport.

Kareem Rosser is a typical example of this as part of the Work to Ride scheme where underprivileged African Americans are able to get their feet in the stirrups for a chance to do something they love. Big brand names have also picked up on this emerging trend, and fashion designers such as Polo Ralph Lauren have highlighted the emergence of black players into the once elitist world of polo.

Where Did Polo Begin?

Alessandro Bazzoni will be the first to tell you that polo isn’t a game designed for those who are faint of heart! One of the original extreme sports, polo requires a wealth of speed, skill, agility, and stamina. Yet, despite the challenges this sport presents, it is fascinating for both spectators and sportsmen alike.

It’s believed that polo has its origins in Asia, around two thousand years ago. Originally believed to have started out as a competition between warriors from nomadic tribes, polo was first created to help hone battle skills and grew into a helpful tool for training cavalry officers. Played from Japan to Constantinople through the medieval period, polo competitions were participated in by military officers and princes.

Fast forward to the 19th century and British planters saw polo being played in India and decided to play themselves. Yet the rules weren’t established by the English cavalry until the 1850s. By the 1870s, Polo had found its way to America and after the success of the initial games in New York, clubs began to spring up along the Eastern coast before the establishment of the USPA in 1890.

Now in the 21st century, polo is played across the globe, with 13 clubs having been established in Africa, 42 in Europe, 16 in Asia, and 7 in Australasia, and Argentinians claiming to be the world’s top-ranked players. There are also signs that polo is finally starting to reach the mainstream, and is starting to slowly shed its elitist image.

American College Programs And Scholarships

Bazzoni points to changes in the way the sport is being viewed in America as a key indicator that attitudes are changing. The USPA has taken great pains to grow the game at the youth level, expanding both its middle-school leagues and high school varsity letters program.

Over 30 American colleges are now offering polo as one of their varsity sports and academic scholarships are now even starting to be offered to polo players. This is helping to broaden the field and make it more even for those from different walks of life and of both sexes.

Lowered Cost Of Playing

Not only is polo now trying to attract more young players to its ranks, it is also now targeting a less affluent market. Tired of his favorite sport being viewed as purely for the wealthy, Bazzoni is at pains to stress that more polo clubs around the world are working to lower the costs of getting involved in the game, with more affordable “polo clinics”, lessons and membership opportunities. This is helping to attract sportspeople from a range of backgrounds to try the game for themselves without having to worry about exorbitant costs.

Will Polo Continue To Diversify?

Over the past few years, polo has taken many strides in moving towards a far more inclusive and less-elitist image. Bazzoni believes that, as more people of different demographics become aware of the sport, it will soon become even more mainstream.

5 Effective Ways To Motivate And Support Your Football Team

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5 Effective Ways To Motivate And Support Your Football Team

When you support a football team, you don’t support them because of trophies, players, or their history. You support them because you found a connection with them, you feel like you belong there. So, if you are you looking for ways to show your support to your favorite football team in the ground, then go out there and support your team in the best possible way with these great tips.

Tailgating

For die-hard fans, there is no better way of supporting your football team than showing up hours or days before game-day to tailgate. A tradition with humble beginning on the back of pickup trucks, tailgating has grown in prominence and a common and cherished experience at high school, college, and professional football games.

Ardent fans enjoy the experience of driving RVs filled to the brim with the latest and greatest party gear. The gear ranges from premium barbecues to satellite dishes; anything that gets the party going is welcomed. In most cases, tailgating parties almost as exciting and entertaining as the live games.

If you are planning to host a pregame party, you ought to plan way ahead. First and foremost, familiarize yourself with the stadium, its parking facilities, and regulations. It may be the case that tailgating around the stadium and/or consumption of alcohol within the parking area is prohibited or restricted to certain designated areas.

When you pack, prioritize efficiency and portability. The last thing you want is to miss kickoff while packing your gear and other items back into your vehicle. The most important gear to have while tailgating is a portable grill, utensil for cooking and eating, and perhaps a folding table and some portable chairs. Any other item is optional; you can do without that big screen, party tent, or campers. A minimalist tailgate party enhances your experience.

Learn the Traditions

Part of being a football fan is knowing and participating in your team’s and the fanbase’s traditions enthusiastically according to sports handicapper Wunderdog. Whether high schools, college, or professional teams, few teams will lack a fight song played and sang during touchdowns, timeouts, and big plays. Learn the word the rallying songs and any choreography that accompany the songs. If you are attending a school game, learn the alma mater.

There is more to supporting your team than singing, however. Fans will cheer and participate in other spectacles during games. The very best example of this is college football games. In any typical football game, tens of thousands of fans might move in unison while cheering or yelling to support their team and get them fired up.

University of Arkansas’ “Hog Call” is a very good example. During kickoffs and any other major events during the game, all of the Razorback fans deafen the stadium with the “Woooooooo. Pig. Sooie!” chant. University of Wisconsin fans – the Badgers – shake the stadium to its foundation by bouncing to House of Pain’s “Jump Around.” Such traditions might seem silly, but they are the makings of special and emotional memories that you will live to cherish.

Let Your Team Spirit Shine Through

Almost every football programs, right from the smallest highs school in rural America to the latest Super Champions, offer merchandise you can buy to support your team. Quite often, the merchandise on sale includes clothing items such as t-shirts. However, larger teams will l likely offer a diverse variety of merchandise goods that are more profitable. Profitable items include things like license plate frames and personal checks.

Louisiana State University, a college football powerhouse in the Southeastern Conference (SEC), offers more theat 2,600 items on its official merchandise shop (LSUshop.net) for teams selling this kind of items, it can be profitable and supports the team immensely. For instance, in 2008, the University of Texas sold more than $17 million of the team’s merchandise. However, this revenue bundled together the sopersorhip and advertising deals revenue with merchandise revenue (source: Dexheimer).

In a nutshell, no matter the football program you support, you can show your loyalty by buying their team merchandise. It can be as simple to buy the team’s flag to decorate your car with your head to a game or a magnetic patch to stick to your door. If your team is trying to get its fan’s section wearing the same color, consider purchasing the team shirt. Go a step further and buy their coffee mug with their logo. Not only will you give the team a little advertising where you use the mug, but it’s also a good way to display your bragging rights when the team wins.

Get Creative

Supporting your team should not end with wearing a store-bought hoodie to the games. Some fans go a step further and get creative with how they support their teams. For instance, many fans will use homemade body paint, signs, and costumes to support their teams. If you want modest painting, head to the tailgating booth to have your cheeks painted your team’s colors.

Some fans go all out and paint their entire bodies, from head to toe, in their team’s colors. Others will paint the initials of their team on their chest and head out to the games bear-chested, even in the frigid cold. If you prefer staying warmer on game night, wear a costume that resembles your team mascot or even buy your favorite patriotic light up toys. The Oakland Raiders fans are renowned for wearing outlandish costumes that combine chains, skulls, shoulder pads, and spiked helmets.

That said, body painting and costumes are not for everyone. If you want to support your team, but painting your body is not your cup of tea, use creative signs instead. Posterboard statements have become staples at football games across all levels of the game. You could use signs that as ubiquitous as the “John 3:26” verse to intricate signs with an acrostic of team letters.

You could go for simple, funny, or highly-decorated signs, as long as the letters are big enough for the people around to read. You could also involve your friends and family by having them hold a series of signs to spell out something interesting regarding your team, such as the mascot’s name.

It is important to ensure you are considerate of the people around you when using your sign during the game.

Give Money

Unfortunately, the tailgate parties, the body paint, and car stickers will not go a long way in buying jerseys, fund scholarships, or pay for stadium renovations. Football can be an expensive sport, and the tickets and the merchandise revenue might not suffice in paying for all the program’s cost, especially for smaller universities.

In 2008, only 25 of the 119 college teams that make up the Football Bowl Subdivision (formerly known as Division 1-A) reported having a budget surplus. The other 94 football teams operated with a budget deficit averaging $9.87 million (source: Moltz). If donors do not contribute to these football programs, the 94 schools have to take funds from the general operating funds to run their football program.

Universities are always appealing to their communities and the alumni to donate to the football teams to fill the budgetary gap. Donating monetary gifts is a good way to support your team, especially high school and college teams.

Alternatively, you can support your team by purchasing season tickets. Teams rely on season tickets, which guarantee your seat whether you attend or generate a reliable income team. Teams will provide reserved parking, choice seats, and other perks on game days to show gratitude to season ticket holders.

The Gift of Relaxation By Cynthia Brian

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“The human voice is the most beautiful instrument of all, but the most difficult to play.” Are you a talker? Do you know how to communicate effectively?

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Veteran reporter of Health Rap, Alex Pawlakos, joins hosts Asya Gonzalez and Brigitte Jia about how important it is to communicate with your doctor. A doctor can correctly diagnose your symptoms, arrive at a conclusion and a course of treatment, but only if you TALK to him or her. In a world where actions speak louder than words, Artist Jenna Rose Simon proves that the healing act of art and the written word can speak volumes when seen through the eyes of those in need of healing. Jenna’s message is that even if you can’t change the world, you can help the life of one person.

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As an athlete, Reporter of Lion Roar, Katie Lyons considers talking and communicating to be one of the most important components of sports. Communication between athletes and coaches is necessary for improvement, feedback, and strategizing. Talk Back!
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After struggling with an eating disorder for ten years, Jenna Rose Simon began to draw concepts that she felt people weren’t understanding in her therapy, starting with her first self-portrait. It was then that Jenna discovered, with the help of her therapist, that drawing would help her and potentially others. Jenna’s sketch depicting verbal abuse went viral and was shared more than 300K times on Facebook. Simon continues to impact others through her Instagram account @gentletouchofart where she shares many of her sketches, including concept art and celebrity pieces. jennarosesimon.com 
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The Gift of Sports by Cynthia Brian

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Art Attack Reporter, Brigitte Jia delights in sharing the connection between sports and art. The beauty of the human body which has been the subject of artworks from the beginning of time, is exemplified in sports.

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Leadership and good sportsmanship are the themes for Lion Roars Katie Lyons. Sports help us learn valuable life lessons no matter what sport you choose. Participating in a sport increases self-confidence and selfworth, builds positive body images while decreasing racism and school drop out rates. Play ball!

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“Whatever you choose to do, we will support you!”  How fortunate could a teen be than to hear these words every day?

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Asya Gonzalez interviews rising Canadian teen singer, Brettyn Rose about how the support she has received since she was five years old and discovered her love of music and singing.  Brettyn has offered fans a taste of her voice by sharing a selection of cover-songs on her YouTube channel and you’ll hear her original single, Everything’s Fine, on this show.

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Lion’s Roar reporter, Katie Lyons talks about the necessity of support in sports. An athlete depends on support from coaches, parents, fans, friends, and team mates and without support, athletes can not thrive. Asya also shares the support she’s received from family as well as strangers when she launched her company, StinkyFeet Gurlz.com. Offer your support to others and you’ll be supported.

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The Gift of Goals

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Have a dream and follow it. Have a plan and stick to it. Have a goal and achieve it. Every January, people make resolutions to lose weight, earn more money, sleep more hours, travel to distant lands, and spend more time with loved ones.  By the beginning of April, most of those great intentions have been long forgotten.

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Hosts Asya Gonzalez and Brigitte Jia show us how to create goals and make them achievable, whether it be in business, art, school, or relationships.

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Book Smart reporter, Maria Wong discusses the book, Willow, whose main character has the goal of stopping self-harm. Make a goal to be there for your friends. A new sports reporter is introduced today, Katie Lyons with her segment Lion Roars. Katie discusses setting specific goals as an individual and as a team and gives easy ways to do just that. Remember, don’t have to break records.  Goals are best when they are challenging yet also achievable.

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Katie Lyons is a freshman in high school in California.  She loves sports and coaching and is a competitive swimmer and water polo player as well as a swim coach for the Special Olympics.  If not in a pool, Katie can be found baking cookies or watching other sporting events – football, soccer, lacrosse, or any other game involving a ball. Katie is the sports reporter.

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In our excursion through this fascinating project called life, we are necessarily called upon to contribute to the overall evolution of mankind by performing some role or the other. We may even find ourselves performing a multiplicity of roles. In the process, we affect our environment, either for good or for bad. Of equal significance is the fact that the extent to which we are committed to our roles, or mission, if you will, especially when they do turn out for the collective good of all, is primary determinant of just how purposeful our sojourn has been. However, the basic framework on which that purpose is built, in turn, is determined by the values which we hold dear. We must stand for something, lest we stand for just about anything. Today’s Show celebrates all that is noble in human thought and motivation. Tune in for the latest episode “Roles and Values.”

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Maurice Evans comes from the rich background of a ten year stint as an NBA veteran player and Vice President of the NBPA. Now the fulfilled author a book titled: “Every Level Of Success,” he is now a co-founder and proud promoter of Access Brand Management, LLC, a customary organization geared towards helping produce events, transition professionals and athletes from pro sports or expired opportunities to future careers. In strongly identifying with high profile professionals and athletes, and having dealt first hand with the disparities of healthy relationships, sound financial literacy, and career management, Maurice is now devoted towards empowering people to reach every level of success.

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