Amount paid by the winning bidder on eBay for the chance to serve as a reporter for USOpen.org for one day at tennis's 2003 U.S. Open.
Height in feet of Australia's Mount Kosciuszko, which was scaled last week by Erik Weihenmayer, 33, who became the first blind person to climb the highest peak on all seven continents.
Pairs of Adidas football shoes donated to Tampa-area high schools by the Buccaneers after the NFL mandated that all teams wear Reeboks.
Cash Don King paid Lennox Lewis to give up the IBF heavyweight title, allowing King to promote a fight to fill the vacancy.
Compensation given by Germany's government to relatives of the II Israeli athletes killed by Palestinian gunmen at the 72 Olympics, in Munich; the families had sought $29 million.
Homer Hankies handed out by the Twins last Friday, the first time Hankies had been distributed since 1991, as Minnesota broke the As 20-game winning streak with a 6-0 victory.
Fans—many chanting "Jo Kuk Tong II! [United Fatherland!]"—at Saturday's scoreless soccer match in Seoul between North and South Korea, the nations' first meeting in 12 years.