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The home of the Great Wall, the Forbidden City and more than one billion people will be the stage for the 2008 Olympics. The highest, fastest and strongest athletes are heading to Beijing.
It's too bad Tari Phillips didn't spend more time playing defense and less time singing. Lisa Leslie walked all over Tari as the West won the WNBA All-Star game for the third year in a row.
Mermaids may not be real but it certainly seems that Tanya Streeter is part fish, part human. How else can you explain this chick's ability to dive more than 350 feet underwater.
Maybe Cal Ripken is an old man who should've put his bat and glove down a couple of seasons ago. But at the 2001 All-Star Game in Seattle, he stepped up to the plate and delivered.
The World Cup Mountain Biking tour is making stops in 11 spectacular locations around the planet in 2001. Along the way there's plenty of big air, nasty terrain and lots of sick wipe-outs.
When Catherine Osterman pitches, batters are left wondering what happened. The 18 year-old throwing machine is now being called the next great pitcher in American softball.
It's the biggest sporting event in the world and it's less than a year away. The World Cup of soccer will take place in Asia for the first time - here's what you need to know.
A heroic girl races to save her drowning dog and a rock climber makes a frightening trip up a dangerously high cliff. Read on to find out how these outdoor adventures come to an end.
Five guys go from high school to the pros, White Chocolate leaves Sacramento and a Spanish giant named Pau gets ready to head south. Those were the storylines from the 2001 NBA draft.