Mike Quinn, an athletic trainer who has known the Mangine family for many years and helps the One Shot Foundation with its CPR and AED training, shared his extraordinary story of surviving sudden cardiac arrest on March 6, 2023 with Chad Mitchell of Star 93.3. Mike had helped train the coaches
A Northern Kentucky couple who lost their son to sudden cardiac arrest has dedicated their lives to spreading awareness and preventing other travesties. The world watched as it looked like one was happening in Paycor Stadium this past January when Buffalo Bills player Damar Hamlin went down on
As the Cincinnati Bengals and Buffalo Bills return to Paycor Stadium this Sunday, the impact of Damar Hamlin’s cardiac arrest and resuscitation continues to be felt by many, including the family of Matthew Mangine Jr.
Matt Mangine Sr. of The Matthew Mangine Jr. Foundation joined WEBN’s Kidd Chris to discuss Matthew’s story and, foundation’s work to save the lives of young athletes, and the upcoming 2023 “One Shot” Birthday Bash.
Matthew Mangine Jr.’s story was featured on a recent episode of ESPN’s Outside the Lines. The article written by Jen Lada spotlights the importance of The Matthew Mangine Jr. Foundation’s mission to keep our youth athletes safe and honor Matthew’s legacy through our story.
LEX 18 reports: In one of the NFL’s most jarring moments, the life-threatening injury of Damar Hamlin hit particularly close to home for one Kentucky family.
Following the collapse of Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin during his team’s game Monday night against the Cincinnati Bengals, Bob Mangine speaks to Tony Pike of ESPN1530 about emergency preparedness and the Matthew Mangine Jr. Foundation’s mission to help make youth sports safer.
Watch Local 12’s report on The Matthew Mangine Jr. Foundation’s Online October Fundraiser on local12.com.
Local 12 covered a recent event from The Matthew Mangine Jr. Foundation in which 17 NovaCare athletic trainers received training on CPR and AED response.
Local 12 reports on the launch of The Matthew Mangine Jr. “One Shot” Foundation.