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“College football began with the Northeast schools and Yale had the best athletes,” says Rich Marazzi, author of two books on the subject more
There was a time when running a marathon was the bastion of men and allowing women to compete in the 26.2-mile race more
“We are the last professional fronton left in the United States,” says Scott Savin, chief operating officer of Magic City Casino more
Forty-five years ago, Reggie Jackson knocked 3 home runs in the 6th game of the World Series, catapulting the storied New York Yankees more
Beloved, respected, and even idolized, Ayrton Senna was one of the world’s leading drivers on the Formula One circuit when he met death more
He flung Nazi salutes at Jewish fans when fascism was on the rise and hurled racist epithets when MLB’s first black player took to the plate. more
Twenty years ago, Major League Soccer (MLS), the premier North American soccer league, was on life support. Financial losses were mounting, teams were folding more
On October 19, 1957, a limousine motorcade rolled into Byrd Stadium at College Park, Maryland with two unlikely passengers more
Shaul Ladany is a walking miracle, literally and figuratively. The 86-year old Israeli is a 2-time Olympian who survived both more
In January, 1977, William “Slew” Hester, President of the United States Tennis Association (USTA), was flying into LaGuardia Airport when he spotted the more
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