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Gearing up for the 2014 Indianapolis 500

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This Memorial Day weekend, the Indy 500 returns for its 98th run at the legendary Indianapolis Motor Speedway Read More »

Prison Frisbee: Not Your Grandpa’s Ultimate Frisbee

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The grass is spotty, the dirt patches shine through. The field isn't what you'd expect for an Ultimate Frisbee league, as it is centered in the outfield of a prison softball field. And yet... Read More »

My Solution to the 2014 Winter Olympics Problem No One Discusses

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While Olympic officials won’t say this, the Winter Olympics are primarily for the wealthiest and most developed countries. However, this doesn’t need to be the case anymore. Read More »

Ralph Kiner Dies – New York City Mourns an Empty Korner

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Kiner loved baseball as much and probably more than the fans and the game loved him, and we all knew it and appreciated him even more because of it. Read More »

The Suarez and Sturridge Partnership: Too Good to be True?

Daniel Sturridge playing for Liverpool FC against Swansea at Anfield Road on 17 February 2013 (Free use image courtesy of WikiCommons)

This atypical forward pair is gaining some attention. Yet not everyone is as optimistic about the pair's success. Read More »

Six Health Tips I’ve Noticed About the Super Bowl XLVIII-Bound Seattle Seahawks

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Tomorrow marks the Seattle Seahawks' second Super Bowl appearance in their 38th year in the NFL. What makes this year's team different from the past? Read More »

CM Punk Leaving WWE: Reality or Storyline?

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The Road to WrestleMania has begun with the 2014 Royal Rumble and the matches and storyline for it are starting to build up. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Joe & Marilyn: A Memory of Love’ by Roger Kahn

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It's disappointing that Kahn spent so much time on DiMaggio's baseball career and very little on Joe and Marilyn. Read More »

MLB Expands Use of Instant Replay – Changing the Essence of the Game

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Either you love this development, or you feel like I do that we are moving farther away from the game we know and love. Read More »

An interview with Power Boxing Olympian Marlen Esparza

Marlen Esparza the United States first female Olympic Medalist for Boxing

In this enlightening conversation, Esparza talked about the release of her 'Power Boxing Workout' DVD from Acacia Lifestyle. Read More »