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Who's the best baseball player in 2001? Is it Barry Bonds and his record breaking homerun pace, rookie sensation Ichiro or A-Rod? You can decide by casting your vote for the 2001 All-Stars.
Sunny days are on their way again so why not get ready to do some camping? Here's a look at some cool tents!
The Shaq Attack took down the 76ers in a big way, while the US Open went down to an extra playoff round. The only place you would have seen a "Tiger" in Tulsa this June, is at the zoo.
How much zip does your fastball have? Is it anywhere close to the heat that Pedro throws? We've got the lowdown on a ball and a glove that'll tell you exactly how fast you're pitchin'.
Like football, but don't like concussions? Flag football is a safer way to sharpen your football skills during the offseason.
Rugby is one of the most popular sports in places like Australia and England! Find out more about this crazy game!
What's the secret to throwing a perfect game? Kidzworld asked Robbie Knight for the answers. The Little League pitcher struck out all 18 batters that came to the plate on June 4, 2001.
How big are Shaq's feet? What was the first hockey puck made from? What did the Japanese do for sporting fun back in ancient times? Read on to find out some freaky and funny sports facts.
He's the most intimidating player for rugby's most intimidating team. Jonah Lomu of the New Zealand All Blacks is a hard man to bring down and he has a stereo that could blow your ears off.