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The Record Breaker Baltimore's Jamal Lewis proved he's healthy again by smashing the single-game rushing mark
For the record, the guarantee made by Baltimore Ravens running back Jamal Lewis wasn't that outlandish. He was playfully trash-talking ...
A LAB DISCOVERY NOT INTENDED FOR SPORTS
The theory is simple: Muscles require oxygen, which is carried by red blood cells. The more red cells, the more oxygen, and the longer muscles ...
Almost all in the family
When Olympic Coach Jackie Simes chose the pursuit team, Innsbruck champion Sheila Young saw him tap both her brother and her fiancé
Question: I sometimes face a slope so steep that I can get down only by using tedious traverses and kick turns. Is there a better way? Start turn in traverse ...
Reaching for the Davis Cup
By beating India this week, the U.S. has qualified to play Australia, which may use youngsters John Alexander (above) and Phillip Dent
The fourth annual 12-hour Florida Grand Prix of Endurance for sports cars, to be held at Sebring, March 13, has become a major international event.
ABOUT THIS SORRY BUSINESS OF HAND-PICKING OPPONENTS FOR CHAMPIONS, PARTICULARLY IN THE CASE OF ROCKY MARCIANO
The english are supposed to be models of restraint, as their American cousins are wielders of hyperbole, but happening to glance at a British sporting journal the ...
Handle with Care
Darren McFadden—and the rest of the NFL—knows what he and the Raiders could do if not for injuries. So, what now?
ARE THE PLAYERS READY?
... knee injuries in the off-season, and several coaches say they've heard through the grapevine that players have picked up strained muscles.