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17 year old Lillian Schaffer supports Cancer research as she endures personal battle with Hodgkins L

Snaks is working closely with one specific equestrian, "Lilian Schaffer." This young lady has brought us so much joy to our hearts in such a short period of time. We are honored to team up with her to help support and bring awareness towards her battle with Hodgkins Lymphoma. Join us, as we help donate towards ending the fight against cancer. Each collection will come with a different hashtag created specifically by Lilian, (#Believe, #HorsesHeal, #Brave, #Hope). These words mean the most to her and continue to inspire each day throughout her process. Purple and Lime represents Hodgkins and Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma and we have chosen to support both. When you buy our Hodgkins Lymphoma Collectio

Patriots' Dion Lewis hits stride after major injuries and 985-day hiatus

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- On a steamy day in July 2015, Dion Lewis took the field under an angry sky in upstate New York. He was about to begin a workout on the University of Albany campus, not far from his childhood home, when the sun disappeared and it became "evil dark," his trainer, Mike Grasso, recalled. The wind kicked up, and soon there was a drenching downpour. Grasso looked at Lewis, waiting for him to call it a day. "He didn't even blink," Grasso said. The lightning-quick running back decided to defy the real lightning. He stayed outside for an hour, capping off his workout with 100-yard sprints with a parachute attached to his waist. It wasn't the safest decision, but Lewis was too foc

Jack Kelly Selected for US National Lacrosse Team

Authentic Athletix client Jack Kelly has been selected to represent the United States in the 2018 World Lacrosse Championships in Netanya Israel. The former Brown University All American currently plays for the Denver Outlaws in the MLL and was named Rookie of the Year after his first season in the league. More on US Team

C.J. Anderson becomes first Broncos running back since 2013 to rush for 1,000 yards

There was nothing easy about the final stretch of C.J. Anderson‘s journey toward 1,000 rushing yards. But on his 18th carry Sunday, as night fell on a frozen Sports Authority Field, the Broncos’ running back darted up the left side for 10 yards, officially putting him over the 1,000-yard mark for the first time in his five-year career. Anderson also became the first Denver running back since Knowshon Moreno (1,038) in 2013 to reach that plateau. “It means a lot,” Anderson said as he sat in his locker after the game. “I was an undrafted guy. I’ve put a lot of work in, a lot of hard work. A lot of rehab coming off surgery. It’s a special place.” The 10-yard run by Anderson, which came early in

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