Atavus Blog

Three-time World Cup athlete reflects on her inspiration heading into the 2017 Women's Rugby World Cup in Ireland.   

The USA Women’s Eagles national rugby sevens team stopped into town this week on their way to the HSBC Canada Women’s Sevens tournament in Langford, BC, and we were fortunate enough to arrange a meet up between them and...

As a critical part of USAR player development, USA Rugby Academy events are designed to serve both aspiring and elite players and add additional focus on coach development

 Leading provider of high performance, community and rugby coach education sponsors Las Vegas Invitational, sends three All-Star teams, hosts Coaching Conference  

Baseball’s Billy Beane first thrust sports analytics into the public eye as General Manager of the Oakland Athletics in the early 2000s. His then unorthodox method of assessing players shook up baseball executive offices...

Coaches at all levels of sports are saviors; tirelessly giving of their time, energy and knowledge to help their players – our children – be better athletes and more well rounded people. But coaches are also in a unique...

Tackling is a lost art. Actually, I take that back and offer an amendment: Teaching tackling is a lost art. People make a whole host of assumptions about what it takes to bring a ball carrier to the ground. Let me assure...

On a hot practice field at the Hale Football Center in Piscataway, New Jersey, Chris Ash rolls a large rubber ring across the FieldTurf. A member of the Rutgers defense runs forward, low-slung, helmet glinting in the sun,...

The Girls High School All-Americans (GHSAA) Powered By Atavus program has crossed the pond to France to embark on their second international sevens tour of the year. After success in Vancouver in March, going undefeated...