Good News in Sports

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62 Best Positive Quotes To Fill Your World With Light (2022)

As you read these positive quotes, we hope you feel more hopeful — and that you also feel motivated to get involved and make a positive difference.
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15 American Women Athletes Who Broke Barriers

The sports world would be very different without any of the women mentioned on this list. It’s impossible to deny the significant accomplishments of these athletes, but many of them represent more than medals, trophies, and numbers on scoreboards.
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The Best Good News Stories From 2022 (So Far)

Feel more hopeful about 2022 with Good Good Good's roundup of the best positive news of the year — continually being updated.
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Where & How To Recycle, Resell, or Repair Your Old Shoes

How to recycle your shoes — or maybe donate or upcycle them. We've rounded up a list of sustainable recommendations to get you started.
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Positive Mental Health News Stories (2022)

The stigma surrounding mental health is still heartbreakingly present in our day-to-day lives — but in 2021 we made more progress than ever before in breaking down that stigma.
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The Best Good News in Sports from 2021

Ted Lasso may tell us to have the memory of a goldfish when it comes to the bad things that happen — but these moments of progress and hope in the sports world in 2021 we never want to forget!
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Meet the World's First Carbon-Neutral Soccer Club

FIFA, soccer’s international governing body, recently recognized the Forest Green Rovers as the greenest soccer club in the world. The United Nations has certified the FGR as the world’s first carbon-neutral football club. It is also the first and only vegan pro soccer club on the planet.
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This UK Soccer Club is Trialing Edible Coffee Cups

Next year, we are being promised the world’s first carbon-neutral FIFA World Cup. Pulling this off will be no mean feat – from construction to travel and accommodation, Qatar 2022 is expected to produce up to 3.6 million tons of CO2.
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'Authentically Myself' Beats Medals for Non-binary U.S. Olympic Skateboarder

Alana Smith’s teenage years were not the stuff of Olympic dreams, growing up with a backdrop of family issues and struggles with mental health. Yet the 20-year-old skateboarder overcame it all to become one of the most talked-about stars of the Tokyo 2020 Games, despite not winning a medal.
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Team LGBTQ+ Wins Visibility at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics

Over the past two weeks, more than 180 openly LGBTQ+ athletes have taken to the tracks, pools and fields in Japan's capital, triple that of Rio in 2016, illustrating a surge in confidence among LGBTQ+ sportspeople.
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