- School Stuff
Deion's back, Charles Johnson complains about players breaking wind, and the Cubs are in first place. Here's a look at some of the feats and farts from the first quarter of the 2001 season.
You may have noticed that a few kids are wearing some sort of silly looking, padded hat or bandana on their head when they play soccer. It's supposed to protect their head. Head gear for soccer?
Imagine your friend has the world's biggest skateboard park in his back yard and he invites about five thousand other people over to hang out, listen to tunes and skateboard all afternoon.
A 12 year-old super-kid gets signed by Man United, the top under 16s in Europe do battle, and info on the Ketchup Cup - here's a look at the latest kid soccer news from around the UK.
You can kick, head-butt and even break down doors. Even better - there's no referee. It makes football look like a sissy game. Welcome to Ba' - the roughest and toughest game on earth.
Is your golf swing sweet enough to make you the next Tiger Woods, or at least one of the best golfers your age? If it is, then get ready for the 2001 US Kids Golf World Championship.
The White House is no longer just a place for a bunch of old suit-wearing farts to talk about politics. President George W. Bush is turning his backyard into a baseball park for kids.
In the winter my Dad and my brother and I drive about 25 minutes and then we are at a hill where it snows a lot. Me and my brother snowboard and my Dad skis. That's cuz he's too old to snowboard.
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.