For those who claim cheerleading is not a sport, an Atlanta native and former University of Mississippi cheerleader proved her athleticism by recently finished first in her age division in Oxford’s Rebel Man sprint triathlon. The 440-meter swim, 22K bike, and 5K run was the 14th annual event with 88 participants open to all ages.
The SEC is one of the most competitive conferences in the nation, and Jolie Carbo is one of the best 400 meter sprinters that has been part of the women’s track and field program at Ole Miss. The Mississippi native is a talented and sensible young woman who has gifts only a few are born with.
Due to social class inequality, there are many people who never get the opportunity to go to college and get a degree. The reasons people can’t attend college vary, but a lack of funds and a lack of college education within the family are often reasons.
The running of the Golden Egg is a tradition that started just five short years ago. S5 Christian Sanchez and BC Josh Duff are some of the main coordinators for the running.
Nicole Henderson Oxford Stories Some people may look at track and field as a pointless sport. Who wants to run in circles all day in the heat? How do you practice running? […]
Nicole Henderson Oxford Stories firstname.lastname@example.org A Memphis native who was inspired by his sister to become a competitive runner wants to make track and field as popular as football at Ole Miss. […]
Torry Rees email@example.com In an increasing digital age, exercise and outdoor activities are being pushed aside for indoor activities, such as watching television or playing video games. Younger generations are becoming increasingly […]
By Scarlett Fox Bio The alarm goes off at 5 a.m. You yank the covers off your bed, throw on workout clothes, grab both pairs of training and workout shoes, strap on […]