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Hundreds of years ago, Chinese emperors used it for strength and a longer life - now it's used to help Chinese athletes shatter world records. The secret? Find out in the Sports Lab...
Want to board on the slopes all day to the soundtrack of some of North America's best hip-hop music? That's what was offered at the World Snowboard Championship in Whistler, Canada.
Will the Kobe and Shaq-Attack lead the Lakers to another NBA title or will Allen Iverson be the answer to Philadelphia's championship dreams? The NBA Playoffs are about to take flight.
A stick, a ball, some blades and a fresh piece of concrete and you're ready to play inline hockey! Find out how it works.
It's all about kicks from chicks. The Womens United Soccer Association (WUSA) kicked off over the Easter weekend with a game between the Bay Area CyberRays and the Washington Freedom.
A tool that makes sure your board is always ready to go - and something to make sure your annoying sister never touches your board. Here's a couple of gadgets to give you a better riding experience.
Part of the Great Wall of China has arrived in Dallas. He's a seven foot tall center named Wang Zhi Zhi who now plays for the Dallas Mavericks. He's the first Asian-born player in the NBA.
Forget about all those pansy sports like bungy jumping, luge racing and mountain climbing - Rodd Milner is taking extreme sports to a whole new atmosphere. He's planning to skydive from space!
The regular season is over and now the battle begins for the three feet of metal known as the Stanley Cup. It means sudden death overtime and the best end to end hockey action of the year.
Once again, the Masters Tournament was the Tiger Wood's show. No matter how well any other golfer plays, the Tiger's always there to track 'em down, rip 'em up and spit 'em out.