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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.
Make sure you've got the right gear when you step on the soccer field. Check out these tips for buying new soccer gear.
What's wrong with the NFL these days? First the league told the players they weren't allowed to do touchdown dances any more. Now, the NFL plans to ban players from wearing bandanas.
I have been doing gymnastics for three years. I do it every Monday and Wednesday after school. I do vaults, balance beam and the uneven bars. The best is vaulting because I do handsprings.
It may be impressive to see Vince Carter or Kobe Bryant do an alley oop or a 360 slam - but Michael "Wild Thing" Wilson beats both those guys when it comes to dunking the basketball.
Alex Rodriguez got a huge raise to move to Texas. Randy Johnson has been killing birds with his fastball. It's been a money-flying, bird-busting off season but now it's time to play ball.
Not very many of the world's top snowboarders come out of Britain. There's not a lot of snow there, and the most popular sports are soccer and eating fish and chips. Lesley McKenna is an exception.
Quadruple axels, double twists and face plants were all highlights of the 2001 World Figure Skating Championships held in Vancouver, Canada.