- School Stuff
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.
Picabo Street has always skied as fast as she can and she's always ignored rules. Those traits are what wins Picabo Olympic medals and what gets her into trouble with the ski patrol.
Shaquille and Phil Jackson are headed for a possible smackdown, Eric Lindros keeps his head up against his old Philly teammates and Roots shows off their stylin' new Olympic colors.
Want to be stronger, faster, better than you were before? Then why not try eating hornets. Even better, giant killer hornets. That's right - grab one, kill it and suck out its stomach guts.
What baseball player has the wildest name? What player needs a haircut and a little zit cream? They didn't hit the most homers or steal the most bases but they still deserve an award.
Michael Jordan's return to the NBA in 2001. Michael Jordan's first game with the Washington Wizards.
The D-Backs are the new champs, Doug Flutie rubs salt into Buffalo's wounds and two new extreme sports are coming to the X-Games. Here's a look at some of the latest news from the sports world.
It's a TV series about skaters, played by kids who actually skateboard. The show is called Skate and it's another reason, other than no school, to be psyched about Saturdays.
Will the Lakers three-peat? Will MJ still have air or will his comeback fall flatter than Shaq's free-throw? Read on to find out Kidzworld's slam dunkin' NBA predictions.
Meet Danny Stricker. He's one of the youngest sports writers around and he's hung with some of San Diego's most famous athletes, including Tony Gwynn and Chargers' head coach, Mike Riley.