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Lance gets his own day, Big Mac takes another step up the homerun ladder and Carter cashes a very big check. Here's a look at hills, homeruns and heatwaves from the world of sports.
Have you ever noticed how singers and actors always to seem to hook up with each other? Well in sports, it's no different. Here's a look at some of the sports world's hottest love stories.
The home of the Great Wall, the Forbidden City and more than one billion people will be the stage for the 2008 Olympics. The highest, fastest and strongest athletes are heading to Beijing.
Mermaids may not be real but it certainly seems that Tanya Streeter is part fish, part human. How else can you explain this chick's ability to dive more than 350 feet underwater.
A heroic girl races to save her drowning dog and a rock climber makes a frightening trip up a dangerously high cliff. Read on to find out how these outdoor adventures come to an end.
What's the secret to throwing a perfect game? Kidzworld asked Robbie Knight for the answers. The Little League pitcher struck out all 18 batters that came to the plate on June 4, 2001.
How big are Shaq's feet? What was the first hockey puck made from? What did the Japanese do for sporting fun back in ancient times? Read on to find out some freaky and funny sports facts.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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...
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!
Quadruple axels, double twists and face plants were all highlights of the 2001 World Figure Skating Championships held in Vancouver, Canada.
They've competed around the world and had their pic on the front of Cheerios' boxes. But, Shae-Lynn Bourne and Victor Kraatz haven't reached the top of the world figure skating podium - yet.
When you think of guy figure skaters, you probably think of guys who take dance and ballet - not Karate. But Elvis Stojko is a master of both the triple axel and the high flying drop kick.
Four! When you hear that, it means run for cover because you may be about to take a golf ball in the head. From chicken feathers to cork - the golf ball has gone through a few facelifts.
You probably remember last fall's Subway Series between the Mets and the Yankees. But you may not have heard of the frighteningly dangerous and foolish "sport" of Subway Surfing.
So what's the deal with Shaq and his foul shooting?