Lundyn VanderToolen, a 10-year-old LDS gymnast from Utah, was named International Gymnast Magazine’s Junior Olympic Gymnast of the Year. She is the first gymnast from Utah to win the award.
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In the sports world, Sunday is prime time for competitions. And the Olympics are no exception. With preliminaries, games, competitions, and finals all falling on Sundays, many Latter-day Saints are presented with a very personal choice as they come face-to-face with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to compete in the pinnacle of sports competitions.
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As the BYU athletics department tweeted out each football recruit's information, several of the program's communications staffers hatched a plan. One name, they figured, might go viral. They'd include a photo. That would rile up Twitter. And then, they decided, they'd wait a bit longer to send the next tweet.
BYU women's basketball star Lexi Rydalch was drafted into the WNBA Thursday night to the Seattle Storm. She was the 26th overall pick in the third round.
Niumatalolo has spent 20 years of his 25 year coaching career in Annapolis. Why would he leave his established job where he is loved? Or an even better question, why stay?
For decades BYU has built a football program around the practice of sending teenage delinquents off on Mormon missions to see them come back as grown men ready to play disciplined football. What exactly are these missionaries doing to get them ready for a grueling season of college football?