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Cindy Luis: Olympics shine light on athletes’ mental health

  • STAR-ADVERTISER FILE / 2019
                                Former Hawaii men’s volleyball outside hitter James Anastassiades (not shown), and middle blocker Dalton Solbrig, above, teamed with former UT Dallas player Fayna Zeng to launch <a href="http://OffTheCourtHealth.com" target="_blank">OffTheCourtHealth.com</a>, an initiative focusing on mental health, nutrition and recovery for athletes.

    STAR-ADVERTISER FILE / 2019

    Former Hawaii men’s volleyball outside hitter James Anastassiades (not shown), and middle blocker Dalton Solbrig, above, teamed with former UT Dallas player Fayna Zeng to launch OffTheCourtHealth.com, an initiative focusing on mental health, nutrition and recovery for athletes.

  • STAR-ADVERTISER FILE / 2019
                                Former Hawaii men’s volleyball outside hitter James Anastassiades, above, and middle blocker Dalton Solbrig teamed with former UT Dallas player Fayna Zeng to launch <a href="http://OffTheCourtHealth.com" target="_blank">OffTheCourtHealth.com</a>, an initiative focusing on mental health, nutrition and recovery for athletes.

    STAR-ADVERTISER FILE / 2019

    Former Hawaii men’s volleyball outside hitter James Anastassiades, above, and middle blocker Dalton Solbrig teamed with former UT Dallas player Fayna Zeng to launch OffTheCourtHealth.com, an initiative focusing on mental health, nutrition and recovery for athletes.

The cherry blossom sculpture containing the Olympic Flame may have closed up on Sunday in Tokyo, but it did not extinguish the fire that the “Pandemic Games” has lit globally. The sakura, Japan’s national flower, is a symbol of many things, from rebirth and renewal to the hope and promise that the buds dormant in winter will bloom again … even if it’s a year later. But always when the time is right. Read more

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