Athlete Weekly Rundown: Terrelle Pryor & the crew, Junior Bridgeman owns 282 restaurants & Torrey Smith is a true inspiration


by Matthew Allinson 12-31-2010 05:11 PM

In my last official post for 2010, I want to wish everyone a very Happy New Year and thank you for your continued support of Access Athletes and our mission to educate athletes. It was a big year for us, as we published a number of high-profile interviews on this site and have had a tremendous amount of success forming invaluable relationships with many like-minded inviduals in the sports industry. With the solid foundation we have built over the past year, I am extremely excited for what 2011 has in store for AA. 

In 2011, we will officially relaunch the revamped Access Athletes website. We will be introducing several new expert contributors who will cover a wide-variety of new topics. We also expect to roll out an educational program for elite athletes that we have been working tirelessly on for the last few years. We will continue to serve as an unbiased resource of information for elite athletes and further solidify our role as Trusted Athlete Educators.

I have included some great links from the last couple of weeks below.

Athlete Development
Business

Human Relations


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