Ryan Snelgrove

Ryan Snelgrove

Assistant Professor, Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies, University of Waterloo

Dr. Ryan Snelgrove’s research focuses on organizational change and social development in sport. In particular, Dr. Ryan Snelgrove is interested in

(1) how sport organizations and systems can successfully manage the change process to produce a variety of positive outcomes,

(2) how sport shapes individual, social, and national identities, and

(3) how sport events can be leveraged to create positive social outcomes.

Sports institutions have forced us to question their respect for Black women — By ⁦@NefWalker⁩ https://www.washingtonpost.com/nation/2021/07/23/black-women-are-still-fighting-level-playing-field-sports/

One of many reasons why flexible, intentional, and compassionate remote work options must be the way forward. https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/2021/07/24/black-women-office-work-home/

Giannis just said he easily could have joined a superteam, done his part w other stars and won that way. Says "that's the easy way." Then pounds table and says this was the hard way.

they wait until immediately after the 100m gold medal race for the commercial

it’s just sha’carri on a track by herself

there’s no talking

she gets down in the blocks

the gun goes off

she runs a faster time than the gold medal winner

the screen goes black

then:

Go Faster https://twitter.com/LaJethroJenkins/status/1417670306689261572

Black Big Lebowski@LaJethroJenkins

Nike needs to drop a cold ass Sha’Carri commercial during the olympics. And not that black and white, hella deep voiceover shit. Enough of that. Make it fun. She’s too exciting of an athlete for the standard treatment.

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