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Antonio Jimenez (L) and his father Antonio Garcia at their home in Portland, Ore. Jimenez, a 16-year-old high school junior, has been trying to develop his basketball skills during the pandemic by training in small groups with other players and shooting several hundred jump shots daily at home. Tom Goldman/NPR hide caption

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The Coronavirus Crisis

While Pro And College Athletes Fight Through A Pandemic, Kids Have A Tougher Path

The coronavirus pandemic has eliminated or cut short many sports opportunities for youth athletes. Parents are still looking for ways to help their kids but it's not easy.

Chuck Hagel, then U.S. defense secretary, speaks during a media conference at NATO headquarters in Brussels in 2015. Virginia Mayo/AP hide caption

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Ex-Defense Secretary Hagel Says GOP Hesitation On Election Is 'Hurting Our Country'

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Antonio Jimenez (L) and his father Antonio Garcia at their home in Portland, Ore. Jimenez, a 16-year-old high school junior, has been trying to develop his basketball skills during the pandemic by training in small groups with other players and shooting several hundred jump shots daily at home. Tom Goldman/NPR hide caption

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While Pro And College Athletes Fight Through A Pandemic, Kids Have A Tougher Path

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Choreographer JaQuel Knight is on a mission to copyright his dance routines. "It's to protect the creator from these huge corporations that come in and take advantage," he says. Andres Norwood/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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He Choreographed 'Single Ladies' And 'WAP.' Now He's Got A Bigger Mission

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