MAKEACHAMP aide à amasser 50k $ pour supporter 200 athlètes de niveau collégial

MAKEACHAMP est fière de propulser 200 athlètes du Cégep André Laurendeau et de les aider à atteindre leurs objectifs sportifs. Le Cégep et MAKEACHAMP sont ainsi les premiers au Canada à se lancer dans le financement participatif dans le sport pré-universitaire, avec 11 équipes de hockey, soccer, rugby et d’autres sports, pour un total ambitieux de 50,000 $.

Avoid These 5 Mistakes On Competition Day

We've all been in this situation: Its game day, its crunch time, whatever you call it, it is time for you to prove yourself out on the field, on the court, on the race track or in the pool. We're obsessed at being "game-time" ready and helping our athletes get there as well. We've stumbled upon a great post by Matt D'Aquino from Beyond Grappling that we had to share, here it is:

Evolution of fundraising for teams and athletes!

With the social media revolution and increasing numbers of people sitting on social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, athletes and teams are using “crowd-funding” platforms such as MAKEACHAMP for their fundraising. However, it was not always like that, teams and athletes had to rely on traditional fundraising methods to get the funds they need to cover the increasing costs of playing sports.

Indian Olympic swimmer writes an open letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi

Indian swimmer Rehan Poncha, who has represented his country in the Olympics and is also a recipient of the Arjuna Award, has written an open letter to Narendra Modi, the Prime Minister of India, where he has highlighted the sad state of affairs in Indian sports. Poncha, 26, talks about his experience as an athlete in the letter and urges the Prime Minister to look into the issue and see to it that the athletes in India are given the respect they deserve and are not treated like nobodys.