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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.
Shaq wants to be the new sherrif in town, Dominik is dominating the All-Star voting and Michael Jordan's slam-dunks and high-flying moves have arrived on DVD, just in time for the holidays.
Cammi Granato has all the necessary ingredients to lead the USA to another gold medal in hockey. She has a great wrist shot, hockey in her blood, a lucky frog and the home ice advantage.
Imagine jumping on your skateboard and flying down a hill at 70 miles per hour with no brakes. That's what Biker Sherlock does for a living. He has a need for speed and absolutely no fear.
It's now okay to look, dress and even smell like a dirtbag. The coolest line of skateboard clothes is perfect for your dirtiest adventures. As the guys at Dirtbag say..."wear it 'til it stinks."
Whether you're using them to play hockey, get to the corner store or just blow past that old granny on the street - inline skating is one of the most convenient ways to get around.
Could a robot possibly have a better shot than David Beckham? Could a team of android soccer players outscore the World Cup champions? A team of scientists believes it could happen - soon.
The Olympic flame has begun its journey to Salt Lake City, the NBA's fashion police tell Shaq and Kobe to shorten their shorts and the Detroit Lions are still hunting for their first win.