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They call it the Little 5 (the Little 500) on the campus of Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana, and it’s becoming one of the biggest collegiate events across the USA.
It’s Patriot’s Day and you know what that means… the 114th Boston Marathon will be run through the streets and cities of New England. Over 26,000 men and women will try to complete one of the most difficult 42 km marathon races
It’s known as the most dangerous 8 seconds in sports. The ]Professional Bull Riding (PBR) World Cup is being held this weekend in Las Vegas for the 4th annual World Cup to find the World’s Greatest Bull Rider.
The Duke Blue Devils are National champions defeating the Butler Bulldogs in the NCAA Basketball Championship 61-59. It was David against Goliath. It was exciting. It was heartbreaking. It was as good as it gets in the World of Basketball.
Every year for over 150 years there is an event called “The Boat Race”. It’s a row boat race between two of the most historic and prosperous Universities in England.
Misty has accumulated more wins and tournament victories than any other volleyball player, and even though it is a team sport, her story proves why she is the greatest.
It’s been a while since Jeff Gordon last attended elementary school, but on Thursday he got an old lesson from the students at Patrick Henry Elementary School in Martinsville.
According to Wikipedia, Ping Pong is the most popular racquet sport in the World and if you want to start following it, the Asian Cup is probably a look at the best players in the World.
The 2010 World Superbike Championship (SBK) has begun. It’s the motorcycle race that makes your jaw drop. The racers are traveling at up to 200 mph, 4 or 5 motorcycles are almost touching each other about to go into a 180 degree turn
The oldest and biggest amateur boxing event, known as the Golden Gloves, was held at Madison Square Gardens last week. This three-day tournament is the most prosperous tournament that a young boxer can win to make a name for him or herself.
Elephants and sports do not really go hand in hand in American culture, but on the other side of the World they sure do. Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Nepal are three distant countries that are hosting an annual King’s Cup Elephant polo tournament
It’s the last weekend to purchase your tickets for the Penn Relays at Franklin Field in Philadelphia. The “Penn Relays” is the biggest track competition in the USA and it has been running for over 100 years
The Ice Sledge Hockey is the most talked about event at this year’s Winter Paralympics in Vancouver.
The Paralympics are underway this week in Vancouver for the 10th Winter Paralympics since 1976. The Paralympics are just like the Olympics with sporting events specifically for athletes with disabilities.
Up North in the State of Alaska, there is an extraordinary race that is growing in popularity... it is called “The Iditarod”. The 38th Iditarod race is currently underway in between Anchorage and Nome, Alaska
Alexandre Bilodeau (born on September 8, 1987) is a Canadian freestyle skier from Montreal, Quebec. When he won the Gold Medal in Men’s Moguls at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympic Games, he became the first Canadian to win a gold medal at an Olympics held in Canada.
In ancient Greece, Apollo was the god of war. During the 2010 Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver, Team USA’s Apolo Ohno is the god of short-track speed skating.
Lindsey Vonn has become the darling of the alpine ski world. After claiming the overall title last season, Lindsey started the 2008-09 season as a fave, and she hasn't let anyone down. She shattered records to become the best women's skier in U.S. history, grabbing 16 podium finishes during World Cup events, including nine victories and two gold medals at the 2009 World Alpine Ski Championships, ending the season with the more prize money than any other alpine skier.
Snowboarder Shaun White is heading to the 2010 Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver. In order to win the gold, Shaun's got a few new tricks up his sleeve - thanks to Red Bull and Red Bull Project X.
This weekend in Japan, Sebastian Vettel showed why he is one of the hottest young motorsport stars with a commanding win. Leading from start to finish, Vettel dominated, finishing 4.8 seconds ahead of second place finisher Jarno Trulli, and last year’s champion, Lewis Hamilton, finished in third place, 1.5 seconds later.