FiveThirtyEight has a special team of editors and reporters who provide a daily look at the latest news and analysis in sports medicine.
We have been working with FourFourtwo, an independent website that uses data to create the most comprehensive look at sports injury care, for the past two years.
We talked to the site’s co-founder, Alex O’Sullivan, to learn how he and his team are using FourFour to provide timely, accurate and accessible sports injury news.
Here’s what they found: We’re trying to build a better newsroom.
FourFour is our home, and it’s our mission to bring you the most up-to-date information in sports care.
Our goal is to build our site as a trusted source of accurate, unbiased sports injury information.
That means we’re looking for sources that are reliable, independent and not beholden to any specific interest group.
We’re not beholdening to anyone.
We don’t get paid to do this.
Our sources are vetted by FourFour’s editors and paid for their work.
We are paid for this work.
FourTwo is not a paywall.
We want to help you get the most from the best sports injury insurance available.
We offer comprehensive coverage for more than 100 brands and products, including: A.C.C., Amazons, Apple, Athleta, Avid Life, Cigna, Celgene, CoverOne, Covid-19, Dr. Bronner’s, Energizer, Elanco, Elixa, Equinox, Flexx, Freeport-McMoRan, GEICO, GNC, Great American, Harvester, Humana, Inditex, Janssen, Johnson & Johnson, Johnson and Johnson, Kmart, Krogers, Lululemon, Marathon, Merck, Mylan, Natty Boh, Neiman Marcus, O’Brien, Novo Nordisk, Pfizer, Procter & Gamble, RBC, Rite Aid, Rockville Centre, Safeway, St. Jude, Sunoco, Tylenol, Unilever, Walmart, Wrigley, and Yoplait.
There are many more brands we’d love to cover, but we are trying to cover them all, so keep checking back.
And we’re always adding more brands.
The goal is that you get what you pay for, with the most accurate and comprehensive coverage possible.
So far, we’ve covered over 400 brands in more than 50 different categories, from the big names to the obscure to the underdogs.
In the past year, we have covered the likes of Adidas, Adidas Sportswear, Amazones, Avianca, Bontrager, Blue Cross, Bridgestone, Burberry, Clarks, Converse, Denali, Estée Lauder, Essence, Giorgio Armani, Golf Digest, H&M, J.
Crew, Levi Strauss, Nike, Pantene, Reebok, Shoei, Sennheiser, Ska, and Sunscreen.
We’ve covered more than 10 million articles and generated nearly $500 million in revenue.
We also work with brands and partners to share the latest in sports and medical care to get you the information you need to make an informed decision about whether you should buy a sports or medical product.
We encourage you to share our articles on Twitter or Facebook and let us know what you think of the site.
Four FourTwo, which we’ve called FourFour in the past, started in 2015 and has grown into a global network of more than 120 independent brands, including Amazone, Cinco, Celga, Adidas, Avia, Avicenna, Bandeirantes, Budweiser, Burley, Ciba, Cogest, Cole Haan, Debito, Delorme, DHL, Efesa, FedEx, Fazio, G-Force, Hausa, Heineken, JVC, Kia, Kelloggs, LG, L’Oréal, Lorillard, Manolo Blahnik, Marantz, Merkur, Nordea, Osteria Sans Souci, Pantegna, Peugeot, Porsche, Renault, R&P, Rover, Roentgen, Salomon, Samsung, Swarovski, Tecate, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular, Vivo, Verizon, Wal-Mart, and Zara.
FourThree, the independent sports injury network that started in 2013, started with a small team of reporters, and has since grown into one of the most valuable sports injury networks in the world.
The site is a leader in sports injuries coverage.
It includes coverage of all major sports, including the NBA, NHL, NFL, MLB, college football, the NBA Playoffs, college basketball, baseball, college soccer,