‘Revolutionary’: Former Professional Basketball Player Michael Kennedy Lauds the Elite 1 Caribbean Basketball League

P.H.A.S.E.1 Academy’s commitment to developing a professional basketball league in the Caribbean has earned the admiration of Jamaican-born former professional player, Micheal Kennedy. 

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Podcast – Who Is In Your Canadian Basketball Hall of Fame (Simeon Mars, Hayton Morrison, Nicole Pennie, Harry Baird and Wayne Dawkins)

Who Is In Your Canadian Basketball Hall of Fame? – Simeon Mars, Hayton Morrison, Nicole Pennie and Harry Baird, pioneers who witnessed the rise of basketball in Canada, enlighten Wayne Dawkins on the true origins of elite level basketball North of the U.S. border. Collectively the panel gives their unanimous choices for builders, trailblazers, events and milestones that changed the game at different stages and inspired others to take the game to the levels we see today.

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Canadian Basketball Black History – Stories of the Omitted

Black History triggered my story writing because when it comes around the mainstream channels begin to put the usual handful of stories into circulation. I appreciate the efforts but it always left me wondering who inspired that person to do great things? Was there other trailblazers that prepared the way or do we just know who made the first footprint? What about the underlying stories NOT told of people and events that influenced the great legacies that we hear about today.

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Natasha Ming – Yoga for Youth Wellness

As everything in the world is put on pause because of the Covid-19 Pandemic the emotional and social development of our children have been put on pause as well. The competing stressors and responsibilities parents face may have resulted in reduced attention to the psychological and emotional needs of their children.

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Tristan Martin- Basketball Player to Financial Advisor

When Tristan was on the floor every time a lane opened up or a ball got lose and he was headed out on a break-a-way, the whole gym was standing ready lose their minds. His teammate on-hand will never forget during an open run in “Jungle” Lawrence Heights Community Center, in front of Jim Calhoun, Head Coach U. Connecticut, Tristan jumped over 6’7″ Jemino Sobers and flushed a dunk with ease. The packed gym went silent with disbelief, then quiet chatter before erupting into a frenzy. Tristan Martin’s legacy would forever be crystallized from that day forward.

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