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Matt Dove trashed the X-Games and was accused of being a cry baby, Tony Hawk and Andy MacDonald took the vert double and 14 year-old Dallas Friday was the Queen of Wakeboarding.
David Duval proved he can win when it counts and Ian Woosnam went "ballistic" after finding out his caddie needs a math lesson. Here's a look at the highs and lows of the 2001 British Open.
Manchester United has new jerseys to celebrate their 100th anniversary while the Detroit Pistons are hoping a return to the Bad Boy uniforms will also mean a return to the NBA playoffs.
Tori Allen grew up climbing trees with monkeys in the jungles of Africa. She now lives in the United States - but she's still one of the best climbers and she's always surrounded by monkeys.
Toms was terrific, Mickelson missed a major once again and Shingo the Cowboy came close to getting in the record books. Read on to get the story of the 2001 PGA Championship in Atlanta.
Ichiro may be getting most of the headlines but he's not the only rookie with a cool name who's having a great year. Here's a look at some of the top rookies from the 2001 season.
They're perfect for holding your tunes, your cash, your shades and most importantly your board. Here's a look at some of the sickest new bags for carrying your skateboard gear.
A Kidzworld member asked the Sports Lab, "How many dimples are on a golf ball?" The Lab asked the experts. We now know the answer and the reason why golf balls have so many dimples.
Someone finally found a way to catch Marion Jones and a 300 pound tattooed tortoise gets a standing ovation. Here's a look at the highs and lows of the 2001 World Track and Field Championships.