Best of Gwinnett 2016: Sport & Recreation
Fun and good for you. Research shows that play is as critical to our health as sleep or food. And there are plenty of options in Gwinnett. Little-league football. Baseball. Soccer. Golf. Basketball. Hockey. We also have water parks, hiking trails, rock-climbing, trampoline parks, tree-top obstacle courses, and zip... Read more
The Best of the Best
It’s no secret that Gwinnett County is home to some of the state’s top players. We have budding college players and future NFL stars scattered throughout the county. Our high school football track record speaks for itself. Gwinnett has won eight state championships since 2000 and has produced numerous... Read more
Stretch! Heal! Move It, Move It!
What do you think about when you hear the words “sports medicine?” Is it physical therapy, and the smell of athletic tape? Maybe it conjures up images of those folks on the sidelines dressed in khaki pants at NFL football games running to the field to aid an injured player. Perhaps... Read more
Guide To Gwinnett: Sports, Recreation & Entertainment
Sports, recreation, entertainment… yep, that’s all the fun stuff and exactly how we want to be spending our time. Our great climate and strong parks system is perfect for outdoor sports – whether you’re a solo road warrior with running shoes, a member of a local cycling club or... Read more
Guide To Gwinnett: Professional Sports
Who doesn’t love to cheer for the home team? Great sporting events add a lot of enjoyment to life and for many fans, are a number one pastime.  Living in the metro area, we certainly have the Atlanta Braves, Falcons and Hawks close at hand. But even better, we... Read more
Blind Dacula Swimmer to Compete at Rio Paralympic Games
It would seem that McClain Hermes has nothing left to prove when she represents Team USA at the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio this September as the team’s youngest member at 15. Hermes holds 14 short-course American swimming records, two long-course records, holds a world record in the 1500m freestyle, won... Read more
Gwinnett Braves Homestand Highlights: August 18 – 25
The Gwinnett Braves return to Coolray Field for an eight-game homestand from Thursday, August 18 through Thursday, August 25. Friday, August 19 is Stand Up To Cancer Night (presented by Fifth Third Bank) and concludes with FOX 5 Friday Night Fireworks. On Saturday, August 20, G-Braves’ mascot Chopper the... Read more
GGC’s Wilson named A.I.I. Athletics Director of the Year
Dr. Darin S. Wilson, director of Athletics at Georgia Gwinnett College, has been named the Association of Independent Institutions’ (A.I.I.) Athletics Director of the Year for the 2015-16 academic year.  The annual award recognizes Wilson’s competent, comprehensive, practical, innovative and principled approach to college athletics and the progression of... Read more
Gwinnett Braves Homestand Highlights: August 12 – 14
The Gwinnett Braves return to Coolray Field for a three-game homestand from Friday, August 12 through Sunday, August 14. The G-Braves will host the Louisville Bats (Triple-A affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds) for the first time this season. The homestand begins on August 12 with FOX 5 Friday Night... Read more
OrthoAtlanta an Official Partner of the 2016 BB&T Atlanta Open as Sports Medicine Provider
​​​​​​OrthoAtlanta is proud to serve as the official orthopaedic and sports medicine provider of the 2016 BB&T Atlanta Open, an ATP World Tour 250 event that runs Saturday, July 30 through Sunday, August 7 at Atlantic Station, in Midtown Atlanta, Georgia. The BB&T Atlanta Open has welcomed over 250,000... Read more