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March 5, 2010
This Saturday, a colorful jumble of ski-jacketed, fur-clad, and zanily costumed enthusiasts will gather in downtown Anchorage. The cross section of revelers in the city’s streets, bars, and surrounding trails – so-called "trailgaters"—will mark the ceremonial start of the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race.
Sister of No Mercy
Andrea Jaeger was a tough kid who became a nun, but as the author found out, some things about her never changed.
Hose or be hosed
Welcome to the make-or-break world of Andy Roddick
July 2, 2001
Nike: Just Do...Something
Its insularity and foot-dragging have it running in place
November 5, 2008
USTA takes ambitious steps to find, cultivate tennis talent
For the first time since 2002, both Venus and Serena Williams are competing this week in the Sony Ericsson WTA Tour Championships as two of the eight qualifiers in the season finale.
He may be a skinny country boy from a place where streetlights are rare. but dont be surprised if Guillermo Colia takes the City of Lights by storm.
June 18, 2000
A Father-and-Son Journey
A trip to Africa's famed Mount Kilimanjaro leads to reaching – both for the heights as well as into the depths of self, relationships and growth.
July 30, 2007
Could this 5-year-old be the future of tennis?
It's a hot June afternoon, and Jan Silva is doing things on a tennis court few his age ever have.
June 26, 2006
American teen presence in tennis world lacking, Venus is lone contender
When Venus Williams said she felt like a "lone flag waving gently in the wind" as the sole American to reach the French Open's second week, it was no idle remark.
July 3, 2006
Can An Outsider Tame The Tour?
Disney alum Etienne de Villiers aims to make men's tennis a hot ticket again
November 8, 2006
Courtside help under fire in tennis
The scene that unfolded following this year's U.S. Open women's final was classic tennis theater of the absurd