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Reflections - Year in Review, Finger Lakes Times
Reality check on sports violence, mortality, Leo Roth, D&C Sports
"On Your Game" interview with former boxer, Ray Ciancaglini discussing sports related brain injuries
Henry Lee is a Sports Medicine Acupuncturist with a practice based in Beverly, Massachusetts, which is part of a larger Sports Medicine clinic called the Russell Center (russellcenter.com). In addition to their work at the Russell Center, they also have a weekly radio show called “On Your Game” that is broadcasted on 104.9 FM North Shore radio with Dr. Sheri Russell. They have asked Ray to be a special guest this week.
Below is the entire radio interview:
Boxer shares his struggles in and out of the ring for concussion awareness, Stuart Hedstrom, The Piscataquis Observer
Watkins-Montour Rotary Club; Chapter No 1058-District 7120, Rotary Meeting
Back On the road, Finger Lakes Times
Part Two: Apple Pie Or Violence: Which Is The American Tradition?
Part Three: How Can We Prevent Brain Injuries In Sports?, By Rolf Gainer Ph.D.
Ray Ciancaglini 's Middle Way: Sports And Concussion, by M.J. Clausen
Former boxer warns Bona athletes about concussions, by Caitlin McClare
Ciancaglini Busy Speaking About Concussion Awareness, Finger Lakes Times
Busy Spring For Ciancaglini, Finger Lakes Times
"Roth: Leave mayhem of NFL? 'It takes a man to do the logical'
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"Year in Review", Finger Lakes Times 2014 Recollections
"Former boxer tells cautionary tale to Athens Area students", Dave Post/Morning Times
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"Deadly month for high school football players", Al Bruce, The Evening Tribune
"Ray Ciancaglini Camp Good Days Courage Award Interview", Time Warner Cable Sports Channel
"Ciancaglini given Courage Award", Finger Lakes Times
"Concussion Season is On", In Good Health, Rochester Healthcare News, Jessica Spies, see pages 10&11 for Ray's Interview
"Ciancaglini says Welker should retire", Pickinsplinters.com, Paul Gotham
"Ex-Boxer To Speak At Brain Injury Conference" , Finger Lakes Times, Geneva NY
"I Threw A Boxing Career Away" The Post-Journal, Jamestown NY
"Local Activist Speaks About Concussions", The Stylus, Brockport NY
"Retired Boxer Discusses the Dangers of Concussions", The Ithacan, Ithaca NY
"Former boxer miffed at NFL concussion handling", The Evening Tribune
"Former Boxer Ray Ciancaglini Urges Concussion Awareness" Odessa File, Watkins Glen NY
"Anticoncussion Activist on NFL Star's Brain Damage" The Evening Tribune, Hornell, NY
"Former Boxer Warns Student Athletes About Dangers of Concussions" The Batavian, Batavia, NY
"Former Boxer Message With Athletes" The Chronicle-Express. Ray meets with student athletes in the Penn-Yan school district.
"Impact Panel: Don't Ignore Symptoms of Concussions" Finger Lakes Times. The Second Impact hosts an AMA credited seminar on concussion awareness at Bellhurst Castle, Geneva, NY.
"Ex-Boxer Reinforces Need For Addressing Concussions Promptly" Jamestown Post-Journal, Jamestown, NY
"SBU Cracks Down on Concussions" The Bona Venture, Olean, NY, Ray speaks to the Athletic Department at St. Bonaventure University
"A Boxers message to Student-Athletes" Steuben Courier, Ray's visit to Bath-Haverling HS
"Former Boxer Shows Young Athletes the Results of Untreated TBI", from the website of the Neurologic Rehabilitation Institute at Brookhaven Hospital
Rockland, N.Y. The Journal News "Ciancaglini shows, not just tells"
Albany NY, ABC 10 "Former Boxer Ray Ciancaglini Speaks Out On Head Trauma"
Finger Lakes Community College article from FLCC Athletics Webpage
Ray appears in April 2013 Good Health Magazine after speaking at Keuka College. Article is in on Page 10, click here for the web reader version.
"Area Boxers Remember Basilio" Carmen Basilio's Obituary from the Finger Lakes Times
Ray Ciancaglini interview with Auburn Citizen. To hear interview click here
"Getting The Message Out" from Finger Lakes Times
Reprint of USA Today article in The Rochester Democrat & Chronicle
"In the Clearing Stands a Boxer..." by The Hornell Evening Tribune
"Former Boxer Ray Ciancaglini Spoke in Canisteo" from The Canisteo Valley News
New York State Senator Mike Nozollio congratulates Ray on his induction into The Geneva Sports Hall of Fame. CLICK HERE
ABC's Good Morning America picked up Ray's story and an article was posted on the Health portion of their website. A special concussion awareness segment was presented on Good Morning America and Ray's article was featured. Full segment and article can be found. CLICK HERE
Ray spoke to a group of student athletes at Finger Lakes Community College. The event was covered by YNN. The full article and video can be found. CLICK HERE
Ray being presented "The Hickok Hero Award" at the Traumatic Brain Injury Fundraising banquet in Rochester by Rochester Police Officer, Anthony DiPonzio. Anthony was the recipient of last year's award and has made a miraculous recovery after being shot in the head in the line of duty. The event raised over $5,000 for the benefit of individuals sustaining a brain injury. CLICK HERE
Ray received the 2012 Hickok Center Community Hero Award at a fundraising banquet to benefit the Hickok Center for Brain Injury. Rochester Police Officer, Anthony DiPonzio, who made a miraculous recovery after being shot in the back of the head in the line of duty, presented this year's award to Ray. Ray was recognized for his concussion awareness speaking engagements at schools state wide and for his work with Senator Nozzolio in getting the Concussion Management Awareness Act passed into law. CLICK HERE FOR YNN ARTICLE AND VIDEO
Geneva Boys & Girls Club speaking engagement. CLICK HERE
"Every Fight Was A War" by The Finger Lakes Times
"Battered Boxer: Don't Be Like Me" By The Elmira Star-Gazette. Re-printed by the Ithaca Journal, Binghamton Press and Sun-Bulletin.
"Law Passed to Protect Students" By The Auburn Citizen
Daily Messenger Opinion. CLICK HERE
The Daily Messenger covered Ray's Talk at Newark High School.
The talk was held as part of the district's fall sports prep meetings, and was at the Newark High auditorium. There was plenty of interest, and the student athletes, parents and coaching staff welcomed us with open arms! CLICK HERE
"Brain Trauma Bill To Become NY Law" By The Finger Lakes Times