Individual Sports Articles


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Article | December 31, 2011
Winter Sports - Wanted: Snow and Ice   

If you freeze it, they will come. When temperatures plunge, rather than hibernating indoors, grab your skates, skis or snowshoes and take... More>>



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Article | October 31, 2011
The Midwest - Ready for Anything   

Cheeseheads and Cornhuskers Nicknames in sports are commonplace, but the Midwest has some of the better known ones and shows this region's passion... More>>



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Article | October 31, 2011
Wrestling Takes Root(s)   

Wrestling is a sport that is all about style. Whether wrestling the Olympic styles—Greco-Roman and freestyle—or the homegrown American style... More>>



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Article | August 31, 2011
Golf - Grounds for Excellence   

Some golf tournaments end with the presentation of the green jacket or the silver cup. More often, though, in the ones you're planning, players are... More>>



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Article | August 31, 2011
An Interview with Jeffrey Ryan, Senior Director, USA Team Events - USTA   

USTA is responsible for: Sanctioning competitive events at all levels, promoting community tennis initiatives such as 10 and Under Tennis,... More>>



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Article | August 31, 2011
Make Me Look Good: What Sports Events Can Mean to a Community   

There’s nothing that gladdens our hearts like being told an event won’t succeed — only to be able to prove that person wrong. It was the... More>>



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Article | August 31, 2011
Get Your Kicks in the Southwest   

Is it true that you can get your kicks on Route 66? Apparently so, and Nat King Cole and the creators of "Cars" weren’t the only ones to realize... More>>



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Article | August 31, 2011
Gymnastics: Going Gold   

The world of gymnastics, just like a gymnastics meet, is a highly charged place. Meets are large. Competition is fierce. Hundreds of things seem to... More>>



The Southeast: Taking on Mother Nature...and Winning
Article | June 24, 2011
The Southeast: Taking on Mother Nature...and Winning   

An oil spill. Category 5 hurricanes. Tornados. Flooding. And still the games go on, and the area remains one of the country's most desirable sports... More>>



The Roots of Roping
Article | June 24, 2011
The Roots of Roping   

A lot of sports are popular in America, but only a handful of those sports have their roots in American soil. Rodeo is one of them. Born on a Western... More>>



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