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Katie Uhlaender, Olympian

July 14, 2010

Her name might not sound familiar. Her sport might not even sound familiar. But two-time U.S. skeleton Olympian Katie Uhlaender is setting out to achieve a goal that only nine other Americans have ever accomplished. Read on to find out more about this amazing athlete.
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Landon Donovan on Watching the World Cup Final

July 14, 2010
Landon Donovan on Watching the World Cup Final

This Sunday, while millions of fans were tuned into the World Cup final between Spain and the Netherlands, Team USA star Landon Donovan was throwing out the first pitch at the Los Angeles Dodgers – Chicago Cubs game in L.A. Instead of watching the finals, Donovan spent the day at Dodger Stadium, hanging out...
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What Do *NSYNC and Shaun White Have in Common?

July 8, 2010

Remember when boy bands were all the rage? And when the biggest crisis in lives of teeny boppers was when Justin Timberlake cut off his unruly mop of curls? Well, it looks like the sports world might be facing the same crisis. Keep reading to find out more!
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A King Without a Crown

July 7, 2010

In typical center-of-attention fashion, LeBron James will be revealing his future plans in the NBA on a one-hour special on ESPN this Thursday. According to ESPN’s Chris Broussard, it was LeBron and his team who asked to setup the interview. Rumors of where the superstar is going to play have been running rampant, and...
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Motherhood and Sports – Making It Work

July 7, 2010

Juggling motherhood and career can be tough. But what happens when your career almost demands that you postpone motherhood until it’s possibly too late? For women athletes, this is often the case. A woman’s peak athleticism is also her peak fertility time, and balancing the two isn’t easy, as number one ranked LPGA star...
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Hot Dog Eating Contest More Like Football Than We Thought

July 6, 2010

Despite the debate over whether it can be considered a sport, hot dog eating has its very own league, appropriately named Major League Eating. As the Associated Press reported, it’s “the fast-food equivalent of the NFL.” And this year’s Coney Island Fourth of July contest definitely resembled a football game, complete with tackling. Keep...
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Ron Artest – Basketball, Music and Psychology

July 2, 2010

Ron Artest is known for his untamed antics both on and off the basketball court. Fights on the court and legal troubles off have given this baller a serious reputation as a bad boy. After ten years in the NBA, Artest finally won a championship this year with the Los Angeles Lakers. Keep reading...
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