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September 26, 2011 | Alexander Wolff
In grassroots programs involving tens of thousands of participants around the globe, visionaries are using athletics to tackle the most pressing problems of the developing world—from AIDS in Africa to violence in...
June 27, 2011 | Lars Anderson
Soccer's World Cup is a quadrennial event, but sometimes it can feel like a perennial or even a perpetual one. Last week in Trinidad—11 months after Spain beat the Netherlands to win the 2010 World Cup—Belize topped...
January 17, 2011 | Albert Chen
A midfielder for Brazilian soccer club Botafogo was charged with falsely reporting a crime after he told Rio de Janeiro police that he had been kidnapped when in fact he was trying to avoid a fine for being late to...
May 24, 2010 | A SPECIAL REPORT BY GRANT WAHL
As South America's economic giant steps onto the global stage, its once distinctive soccer style is transforming too—from carefree and creative to sober and serious. Must beauty be sacrificed on the altar of progress?
October 26, 2009