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Wanna run faster, jump higher and throw further. Have you ever wondered about the secret recipes athletes cook up to improve their performance? Find out these secrets in the Sports Lab.
The Williams' sisters prefer French fries to the French Open, The Answer tries to solve the puzzle of the Lakers and the Devils try to dig their way out of a Stanley Cup Avalanche.
Temba Tseri is one tough, courageous, kick-butt dude. He makes Ray Lewis and The Rock look like pansies. The 15 year-old Temba became the youngest person to reach the top of Mount Everest.
The NBA playoffs are almost over but that doesn't mean it's the end of hoops season. The WNBA has tipped off as the Houston Comets begin their quest for a fifth straight title.
Football is great because it's action-packed and full of bashing. My favorite position is quarterback because it's your job to throw the winning touchdown and you get the game ball.
No board, no blades, no problem. If you're looking for a sport that lets you do grinds, railslides and backsides - even without a board - hit the street and try some freestyle walking.
So, you think you can play ball? Do you leave your friends gasping with your crossover dribble or your seeing-eye jump shots? Hoop It Up and the Rhythm and Rim tour are heading your way now.
The Lakers have no problems winning at the Alamo, the Avs have a date with the Devil, Barry Bonds sets a new homerun record, and surprise, surprise -Tiger makes the perfect shot.
He said he was 99.9 percent sure it would never happen. But it looks like Michael Jordan and his collection of acrobatic slam dunks and fade away jump shots are returning to the NBA.
Morgan Pressel can really smoke a golf ball. Her average drive is nearly 230 yards. The 12 year-old will soon be challenging the best women golfers in the world at the 2001 US Open.