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    BLJ Community Rowing: Creating Diversity and Inclusion Within the Sport of Rowing

    BLJ Community Rowing: Creating Diversity and Inclusion Within the Sport of Rowing

    BLJ Community Rowing, the only black-owned and operated rowing club in the U.S., has partnered with Boathouse Sports to advance their goal of creating diversity and inclusion within the sport of rowing. To help support this effort, Boathouse is donating 30% of BLJ’s Team Store proceeds to help fund their free learn-to-row clinics and intern programs. 

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    How to Choose the Best Custom Face Mask for You

    How to Choose the Best Custom Face Mask for You

    When the Coronavirus pandemic closed schools, canceled sports, and essentially shut our core athletic apparel business down, we converted our factory into a PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) production operation to help supply urgently needed medical supplies to the Philadelphia community. During this time, we designed, produced and went to market with face coverings of all types from typical 2-layer cloth masks and neck gaiters (buffs) to face shields and even a “virus busting” 3-layer mask. We also figured out quickly how to cost-effectively produce high quality custom face masks for sports teams and businesses. Needless to say, we know a thing or two about face masks…not because we wanted to, but because we had to. In this article, we’re going to discuss in detail the different types of masks and also address some frequently asked mask and face covering questions.

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    7 Ways To Cope with the Changes Happening Around Us

    7 Ways To Cope with the Changes Happening Around Us

    This pandemic that the whole world is facing has affected all of us in some form or another. Some of us had to bid goodbye to our final season as a student-athlete as we were abruptly sent home for the whole of the spring season. Whilst some of us have to wake up everyday to a life of uncertainties like not knowing when businesses will return to regular hours and whether we will still have our jobs when all this is over. The International Olympic Committee (IOC) recently announced the postponement of the Tokyo Olympic Games, which would be a relief to some athletes, but a major disruption to others as it means putting aside yet another year of their lives for the love of their sport. Cancellations, closures, postponements, uncertainties, if you are stressed by all that is happening around you, you are not alone. Here are some tips on how you can cope with all these changes.

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