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Archive for January, 2013

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January
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  Nine women, one bold proposal, and a $1 bill. That was all it took for women’s tennis to begin a 40-year journey of self-empowerment that has created a generation of sporting millionaires. Back in 1971, the total prize money on offer for the first women’s tour was $309,000 spread over 19 tournaments. In 2012, including the purse from the four grand slams, it cracked $100 million for the first [...]

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Article Courtesy:  Kamakashi Tandon on espn.go.com   With the world taking a hard look at drug use in sports, it’s logical to wonder if this could go undetected for so many years — under some of the most stringent testing program in sports — where else could performance-enhancing drugs be hiding? The Testing Regime Tennis is estimated to spend $1.3 million annually on its respectable, if not top-of-the-line, anti-doping program [...]

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January
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  Don’t see your image? Take a look on FACEBOOK!     Want to get some ADNA gear of your own? Visit our WEBSITE!    

04
January
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  Don’t see your image? Take a look on FACEBOOK!     Want to get some ADNA gear of your own? Visit our WEBSITE!    

04
January
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Our RV traveling family captured hundreds of images from the Winter Nationals in Tucson and Scottsdale Arizona, and we wanted to share some of our favorite ADNA Select Junior Athlete photos! Check back all weekend for more galleries. Also find us on Facebook for more! Great work everyone!!     Do you want to see yourself in ADNA gear? So do we. Visit our WEBSITE to view the latest Athletic [...]

04
January
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My name is Ben Hurtuk and I recently joined the team at Athletic DNA, along with Kevin Hall. Kevin and I could not be more excited to be a part of the Athletic DNA family. I recently graduated from Georgetown University where I obtained my Master’s Degree in Sports Industry Management. While in school, I worked for Lagardere Unlimited, which is the agency that represents Roddick, Wozniacki, Isner, Fish and Querrey [...]

02
January
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    #12 ADNA Post of 2012 It’s an age old for tennis players, when you leave high school is it to attend college and strengthen your game, or head straight to the pros to make the long hard battle to the top while you’re still young and can handle the mentally grueling schedule. In this popular post we bring players and coaches together to discuss the best move.   BLOG [...]

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