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March Madness is one of the most exciting times in sports. The two week long NCAA basketball tournament is all about buzzer beaters, big upsets and single-game elimination.
What could be better than traveling the world, staying in hotels and making millions of dollars to play sports? Well, for Andrea Jaeger - there was something better. Helping out kids with cancer.
Why do sports guys grab their team-mates butts after a great play? Sports are full of wacky little traditions and bizarre rules but this one I just can't understand. Does anybody know?
In tennis and field hockey girls wear skirts and boys wear shorts. And in volleyball only girls have to wear tiny shorts. The Kidzworld crew thinks this sucks and if you agree you can help change it.
Michelle Kwan landed a triple jump on her butt and Irina Slutskaya decided to play it safe. That opened the door for 16 year-old Sarah Hughes to win the gold in the women's figure skating.
Bobsled racers jump on a fibreglass sled and fly down a course of twists and turns at speeds up to 90 miles per hour. Read on to find out more about the fastest ride without a seatbelt.
Imagine racing down a mountain on a modified snow shovel or jumping out of an airplane and landing on a ski hill. Kidzworld looks at some of the world's wildest and wackiest winter sports.
How far do ski jumpers jump? How salty is Salt Lake City? Kidzworld has the answers and even more useless information to prepare you for the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City.
Racing headfirst on a sleigh at 90 miles per hour and skiing with a gun. These aren't just things your crazy uncle does - they're actually sports you'll see at the Winter Olympics.
Will Mario and Cujo be able to get by the tough Czechs of Jaromir and Dominik? Or will Peter the Great lead Sweden to the gold? Find out who'll be shooting and scoring in Salt Lake City.
Five-hundred feet above sea level, in the Himalayan jungles is the home of one of the world's most unique and challenging sporting events - the World Elephant Polo Championship.
Cammi Granato has all the necessary ingredients to lead the USA to another gold medal in hockey. She has a great wrist shot, hockey in her blood, a lucky frog and the home ice advantage.
Could a robot possibly have a better shot than David Beckham? Could a team of android soccer players outscore the World Cup champions? A team of scientists believes it could happen - soon.
Have you ever played a game and had your butt whipped really bad? So bad that you stopped looking at the scoreboard before the game was half over? Well, don't worry. It happens.
One day he was taking calls from the Prez, the next he was being called a cheater. Danny Almonte has ridden a rollercoaster of emotions. All because of a Little League baseball game...
The chances of getting a hole-in-one are about 1 in 4000. Jackson Rue has five of them in less than two years. Look out Tiger Woods, an eight year-old kid is getting ready to hunt you down.
What's with these crackdowns on spontaneous sports celebrations? It seems like an athlete who scores a big goal or wins a big race can't do anything without someone being a party pooper.
A Kidzworld member asked the Sports Lab, "How many dimples are on a golf ball?" The Lab asked the experts. We now know the answer and the reason why golf balls have so many dimples.
Someone finally found a way to catch Marion Jones and a 300 pound tattooed tortoise gets a standing ovation. Here's a look at the highs and lows of the 2001 World Track and Field Championships.