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Since 1896, the U.S. has sent more than 9,000 athletes to the Winter and Summer Games. As illustrated by this map, which breaks down where those competitors were born by county per capita, every state has made a...
February 19, 1968
Kathryn Theresa Miner, 9, of Penacook, N.H. won her first sled-dog race—the Massachusetts championships—after only a two-week training period. She drove her father's Alaskan malatmute over the mile course in 2:51.2...
January 17, 1972 | Jerry Kirshenbaum
Now close to 6,000 people do have boats tied up at the Los Angeles city limits. Marina del Rey is a waterfront community where Angelenos can park their craft a mere 30 or 40 minutes from the office, and if boating...
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September 27, 1993
Elizabeth BourlandWICHITA FALLS, TEXASBourland, 30, trailing by a point before the final round, fired a 10.5 (10.9 is perfect) to a 9.2 for Ann-Marie Pfiffner of Dubuque, Iowa, to win the women's air rifle title at...