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PARDON ME, I'd like to interrupt your regularly scheduled programming and introduce you to America's rarest athlete: Wonman Joseph Williams. His first name's a Korean word that means full harmony, but you don't need...
April 23, 2012
The revelation of the Saints' bounty program and the notion that some in the NFL think of football as a blood sport remind me of the feeling you get when eating a juicy hot dog: It tastes good and you want to enjoy...
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AT THE tumultuous 1968 Mexico City Games, Wyomia Tyus did something no other Olympian, man or woman, had done before. She won the gold medal in the 100-meter sprint for a second consecutive time, pairing it with the...