LA84 Foundation President and CEO Renata Simril spoke to the Los Angeles City Council on Wednesday morning, as the LA…
Next up for the 8th grade flag football team is the 2017 NFL FLAG Championships in Orlando. See how the team was sent off in style.
Even on a cloudy Monday morning, spirits were bright for four Angeleno student-athletes as they celebrated the New Year in…
Middle-schoolers from across Southern California raced at a difficult course atop the scenic Elysian Park….
LA84 mascot Sam the Eagle was featured in the Pasadena Star-News and on KTLA at the Rose Parade Grand Marshal Announcement.
In the Los Angeles Times, the mayor discussed how youth sports has positively impacted his professional arc.
The event brought together civic leaders, sports industry executives and top athletes to work to elevate youth sports.
The exhibit features artifacts from the 1932 and 1984 Olympic Games, as well as other Olympic memorabilia.
KTLA got an in-depth look into the LA84 Foundation’s exhibit at the 2016 LA Archives Bazaar.
The first female Muslim-American athlete to win an Olympic medal, Muhammad will be joined by fellow Rio Olympians.
The study reveals soccer as the most-played sport in LA County, as well as a notable statistic about youth skateboarding.
Twelve athletes are now Rio-bound after being selected to a Team USA squad aiming for gold in the pool.