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Join the Sports Medicine Team for AIDS Lifecyle 2014! June 1-7.
Cyclists travel 545 miles from San Francisco to Los Angeles. The ride raises funds and provides awareness in an effort to help those in need and end the pandemic of HIV.
The Sports Medicine Team treats and educates injured Cyclists along the route. Tents, meals, and showers are provided in camp each night! The team is looking for ATs, PTs, PTAs and students in each discipline. This is a fantastic opportunity to work and share information with colleagues. We are essential to supporting the cyclists during this amazing event!
Whether or not you are able to participate this year, please forward this information on to your colleagues and friends.
For further information Re: the Sports Medicine Team, please contact Greg Waltner, MS,ATC/R at firstname.lastname@example.org
For general information and to register as a roadie for the event http://www.aidslifecycle.org
Help collect data at tournaments in San Fransisco, Sacramento, and at Stanford this summer
The Rugby Research and Injury prevention group will be collecting data for injury epidemiology research in US 7s club rugby. We are looking for ATs and ATP students to help us collect data at tournaments in San Fransisco, Sacramento, and at Stanford this summer.
2014 NATM Instagram Challenge Winner
March was National Athletic Training Month. To celebrate, the CATA hosted an Instagram challenge where participants were invited to post creative athletic training-related photos corresponding to the captions provided.
Congratulations to Claudia Romero from Ohlone College in Northern California! Take a look at her entry, as well as all the wonderfully creative photos by searching the hashtag #CATAnationalathletictrainingmonth on Instagram.
2012 NATM YouTube Video Contest WINNER!
The CATA presented the 4th Annual CATA NATM YouTube Video Contest in which Athletic Trainers were invited to create a promotional video for the profession of Athletic Training.
Take a look at past winners: