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International athletes watch from sidelines as U.S. peers cash in on NIL deals

In July 2021, the NCAA approved a policy that allows college athletes to monetize their NIL.

Curling in the desert: Ability360 champions wheelchair curling in Arizona heat

Ability360 capitalized on the momentum from May to June by hosting six weeks of wheelchair curling clinics at the Coyotes Curling Club in Tempe.

Texas man dies while hiking at Grand Canyon National Park

Park officials said that during the summer, temperatures on exposed parts of the trail can reach over 120 degrees Fahrenheit (49 degrees Celsius) in the shade.

Alex Meruelo backing out of ownership of Coyotes after land auction shelved, AP source says

Meruelo's decision to walk away from the franchise comes four days after the Arizona State Land Department announced it was canceling an auction for a 110-acre tract of land in north Phoenix that had been targeted for a new arena.

UA wheelchair racers to compete in 1st NCAA Track and Field Championships for all athletes

Audiences will see all athletes on the same track, just in different competition blocks.

Rio Nuevo District offers incentives to keep hockey in Tucson

The Roadrunners will play most of their home games in the Old Pueblo next season.

Playing beyond limits

Coyotes Sled Hockey empowering disabled athletes through inclusive ice hockey

Like to bike? Your knees will thank you and you may live longer, too

A large new study shows people who bike have less knee pain and arthritis than those who do not.

Trail Crew

Meet the people at Saguaro National Park who build and maintain hiking trails.

After Barstool Sports sponsorship fizzles, Snoop Dogg brand is attached to Arizona Bowl, fo shizzle

It will be the first partnership between an alcohol brand and a college bowl game.

Bee Game: Dodgers and Diamondbacks delayed due to bee swarm

It took more than an hour before a beekeeper arrived and was scissor-lifted to the swarm.

University of Arizona men’s tennis team wins first ever Pac-12 Tournament Championship

The Wildcats took on the Stanford Cardinals in Ojai, California, in a match that ended 4-0.

One of the greatest: UA's unsung wheelchair basketball hero, Rudy Gallego

We meet Rudy Gallego, the man who started the University of Arizona's first adaptive sports team, wheelchair basketball.

Pac-12 players to watch as the conference gets ready to splinter across the country

The Pac-12 will splinter apart before fall camp starts, with all but two teams heading to new conferences.

With Arizona Coyotes leaving, relocation talk clouds Roadrunners’ future in Tucson

Coyotes owner Alex Meruelo mentioned on Thursday his plan to move the AHL Tucson Roadrunners to Arizona State’s Mullet Arena during an interview with Arizona Sports’ Burns & Gambo.

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