Johnny Stefanowicz: From Bel Air To U.S. Marine Corps To Olympic Wrestler

Johnny Stefanowicz began wrestling at the age of 4 in Bel Air, Md., but he didn’t get an offer to wrestle at the collegiate level after graduating from high school. Instead, he chose the Marine Corps, and he credits that discipline for helping to make him an Olympian.

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Terry Hasseltine On How Baltimore Can Improve Chances For 2026 World Cup Matches

With several international sporting events scheduled for the Baltimore area in the coming months, Maryland Sports Commission executive director Terry Hasseltine believes these other events can help further Baltimore’s case to host 2026 FIFA World Cup matches.

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John Maroon, EJ Narcise Discuss New Venture

Stan “The Fan” Charles and Gary Stein talk with John Maroon and EJ Narcise about their new joint venture, SAIL, Student Athlete Image & Likeness, that will work with schools across the country and their student athletes to help them navigate name, image and likeness legislation.

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What The Jordan McNair Safe And Fair Play Act Means For Maryland

“It’s about rights to their name, image and likeness,” Del. Brooke Lierman said of the Jordan McNair Safe and Fair Play Act. “But it’s also about the right to be healthy and to be in an athletic program that values their health and their safety and looks out for them.”

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