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World Says Goodbye to Sports Legend Muhammad Ali

“If my mind can conceive it, and my heart can believe it—then I can achieve it.” – Muhammad Ali

One of the world’s greatest sporting figures, Muhammad Ali passed away on Friday.  He was the world’s  only 3x heavyweight boxing champion and Olympic Gold Medalist.  He had a record 56 wins – 5 losses and became […]

Class Act – Kobe Bryant 60 Points in Final NBA Career!

From Sports Illustrated: “One-thousand-three-hundred-forty-six regular-season games, but when future generations examine the oeuvre of Kobe Bean Bryant, let them start with the last one. With Snoop Dogg dancing and Jay Z grinning and Shaquille O’Neal shaking his giant head. With the man in the lower bowl who was crying and the woman in the […]

Dyslexia and Mens Olympic Ski Head Coach Sasha Rearick

Olympic Mens Ski Head Coach Sasha Rearick is responsible for coaching the entire US Men’s Alpine Team, including downhill, giant slalom, slalom, and super g, and yes, he’s dyslexic.

Rearick coached his college’s downhill ski team in his junior and senior year before earning an internship at the US Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs. […]

Amazing Kobe Bryant and Dyslexia – Farewell NBA

“Everything negative – pressure, challenges – is all an opportunity for me to rise.” – Kobe Bryant

” I couldn’t spell, so the teacher told my mother that I was probably dyslexic,”It was like somebody took me and dropped me in a bucket … in a tub of ice cold water, because it shocked the […]

Amazing Jewell Loyd Wins WNBA Rookie of the Year!

Woo hoo! Dyslexic Advantage International Ambassador Jewell Loyd has won this year’s prestigious WNBA Rookie of the Year!

At just 21 years old, Jewell has led all WNBA rookies in scoring and free-throw percentages of greater than 90%!

Jewell beat NY rookie Kiah Stokes by 5 votes!

Dyslexic Advantage was thrilled to be mentioned by Sports Illustrated and the […]