The Jewish Link and Drink Up would like to recognize 8-year-old Akiva Gaisin as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The third grader at the Rosenbaum Yeshiva of North Jersey showed off his skill-set at Camp Shalom this summer and at Sportstar Select at Camp Shalom the previous summer. When asked about Gaisin, Sportstar
The obstacles that the former NBA All-Star had to overcome in his life are only part of what is amazing about the American convert to Judaism who made Israel his home.
Former NBA All-Star Amar’e Stoudemire’s very public conversion to Judaism, and his life as an Orthodox Jew, is extraordinary.
(Editor’s note: The Teaneck Junior Soccer League made incredible adjustments to make this season happen. To get more insight all the preparations that went into the Fall 2020 season, The Jewish Link sat down with Bill Burke, TJSL’s communications director and U13/U16 Girls Division co-director.)
(Courtesy of Yeshiva World News Israel Desk) Amar’e Stoudemire, an American-Israeli professional basketball player for Maccabi Tel Aviv of the Israeli Premier League and the EuroLeague, announced on Wednesday on his Instagram account that he has officially converted to Judaism.
Hustle & Heart Girls Basketball Camp just finished its fourth summer and if there was one word to describe it, it would be joy. With the COVID-19 environment, camp staff were unsure if they would operate as they were forced to cancel the boys camp. But their female players and parents needed camp, so
The Jewish Link would like to recognize 11-year-old Aharon Rozehzadah as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The rising sixth grader at the JEC averaged over 30 points per game in this past year’s West Orange Basketball League. A source told the JL, “Rozehzadah is a true leader, scoring 44 points in his teams semi-finals
(Courtesy of Chai Lifeline) Nearly 500 Bike4Chai cyclists rode more than more than 50,000 combined miles to benefit children with serious illness on August 13. Now in its 11th year, Bike4Chai raises funds for Chai Lifeline, the international children’s health support network which provides emotional, social and
Managing one athlete is simple; Where the athlete rides, I ride.
Managing two athletes was a little tricky when they ride at different speeds.
Managing four athletes, when two of them are physically challenged and two of them are not, was an