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Luis Gonzalez knocked in the World Series winning run, A.I. took the 76ers to the NBA Finals and Venus kicked butt on everyone, including her sis. Here's a look at the top athletes of 2001.
A Spanish soccer player bit his teammate on the willy, a 14 year-old tried to play Little League and the XFL bit the dust. Here's a look at some of the worst sports moments of 2001.
Racing headfirst on a sleigh at 90 miles per hour and skiing with a gun. These aren't just things your crazy uncle does - they're actually sports you'll see at the Winter Olympics.
Will Mario and Cujo be able to get by the tough Czechs of Jaromir and Dominik? Or will Peter the Great lead Sweden to the gold? Find out who'll be shooting and scoring in Salt Lake City.
The Yankees get their man, Frankie Muniz gets ready to show the Clippers his NBA stuff and we'll let you know who's gonna play the half-time show at Super Bowl XXXVI in New Orleans.
A ride on a K2 Mini Zeppelin is the perfect way to fly down your favorite mountain. It's a smaller package but this snowboard still has everything you need for those powder adventures.
Jasey-Jay Anderson jumps, jibs and jams better than any snowboarder on the planet. He's ripped up the snowboard cross and PGS tours and now has his mind set on an Olympic gold medal.
Ty Tryon makes golfing history, Mario Lemieux isn't looking so super and you can now vote for your favorite players for the 2002 NBA All-Star Game. Read on to uncork this week's sports fizz.
Five-hundred feet above sea level, in the Himalayan jungles is the home of one of the world's most unique and challenging sporting events - the World Elephant Polo Championship.