*Submissions for the 2019 Team Up Speak Up Video Contest have now closed.*
Think your team has spirit, creativity, and team culture strong enough to be our Team Up Speak Up video contest winners? Learn how to enter in three easy steps!
The next opportunity to win will be during National Team Up Speak Up Week 2020.
Questions? Email Michael Burke firstname.lastname@example.org
Check out our 2019 Team Up Speak Up Video Contest Grand Prize winning entry:
The Grand Prize winners from Sporting Iowa recieved these Team Up Speak Up backpacks:
Our First Runner-Up gift card prize was awarded to Menlo High School Football in California. Click here to view their entry.
Our Second Runner-Up gift card prize was awarded to Anclote High Scool Cheer in Florida. Click here to view thier entry.
National Team Up Speak Up Week was September 8-14 and it is the Concussion Legacy Foundation's annual event to make sure athletes are speaking up for their teammates when it comes to concussions.
Coaches, athletes*, athletic trainers, parents, or fans—pledge to give the speech or to make sure your team hears the speech from a team leader. It's the first step to win!
*Athletes under 18 must ask a coach, parent, or team leader over 18 to pledge in order to qualify.
Make sure your team hears these core principles of the Team Up Speak Up Speech from a coach, athletic trainer, or team leader. Record the speech so you can complete Step 3!
Point 1: We're a team, and teammates look out for each other.
Point 2: A teammate with a concussion needs your help.
Point 3: I expect you to speak up to a coach, athletic trainer, or team leader if you suspect a teammate has a concussion.
Giving the speech is easy! All it takes is a copy of the speech and a cell phone to capture it on video. Check out how:
Post a video to social media of your team hearing the speech with the hashtag #TeamUpSpeakUp! Submit your entry any time between August 14 and September 14, 2019 to be eligible.
The winning video will:
- Be original and creative
- Show a coach, team leader, or medical personnel giving the speech to their team.
- Inspire athletes to look out for each other when it comes to concussions!