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Miss Winter? You May Want To Try Snowshoe Baseball

By Meera Dolasia on March 28, 2014
Miss Winter? You May Want To Try Snowshoe Baseball

For winter buffs, the onset of spring means that their days of frolicking in the white powder are drawing to a close. However, before you tuck away that winter gear, here is an idea - How about some snowshoe baseball? Sounds a little crazy? Don't tell that to the residents of Lake Tomahawk, Wisconsin. They have been playing it since 1961!

Teenage Track Star With Multiple Sclerosis Defies All Odds

By June Liu on March 17, 2014
Teenage Track Star With Multiple Sclerosis Defies All Odds

Most athletes and trainers believe that one has to be in optimal health to perform well. But don't tell that to Kayla Montgomery. The senior at Mount Tabor High School in North Carolina, who competes in long-distance track and cross country running has repeatedly proved that sheer determination and desire to win, more than make up for any physical limitations.

Alaska's Iditarod Gets Off To A Rocky Start - Literally!

By Meera Dolasia on March 8, 2014
Alaska's Iditarod Gets Off To A Rocky Start - Literally!

On Sunday, March 2nd, 69 Mushers and their team of 12-16 experienced sled dogs set off from Willow, Alaska, ready to tackle the below freezing temperatures, mounds of snow and ice, as well as, the dangerous terrain that they normally encounter in the Iditarod - an annual 1,000-mile sledge dog race from Anchorage to Nome. What they were not prepared for however, was spring-like temperatures which had transformed the normally snow-packed trail into a minefield of rocks and ice.

Mexico's One Man Alpine Ski Team!

By Meera Dolasia on February 17, 2014
Mexico's One Man Alpine Ski Team!

If you happened to watch the opening ceremony of the Sochi Winter Olympic Games you may have noticed an unusual sight - A single athlete representing Mexico. It was not because other contestants from the country had decided to skip the parade, but because Prince Hubertus von Hohenlohe, is Mexico's sole representative at the Games.

Will The US Olympic Bobsleigh Two-Man Team Finally Strike Gold After 78 Years?

By Shira Shans on February 15, 2014
Will The US Olympic Bobsleigh Two-Man Team Finally Strike Gold After 78 Years?

For all of you that are rooting for team USA at this year's Sochi Olympics, Sunday, February 16th is the day to watch history in the making. That's because it may be the first time since 1936, that the country's bobsleigh two-man team, may finally strike gold!

The Sports You Will Not See At Sochi Or Any Other Winter Olympics!

By June Liu on February 12, 2014
The Sports You Will Not See At Sochi Or Any Other Winter Olympics!

This year's Winter Olympics is the longest in the 90-year history of the games. That's because the International Olympics Committee decided to add a record, twelve new events across eight disciplines - ranging from ski half-pipe to snowboard parallel slalom and even a Luge - team rally competition. Does that mean that future Winter Olympics will be as long? Not necessarily. Here are a few sports that made a grand debut and even lasted a few games, before being scrapped in favor of more exciting and popular sports!

Not Into Football? Then You May Want To Check Out The Puppy Bowl!

By Meera Dolasia on January 31, 2014
Not Into Football? Then You May Want To Check Out The Puppy Bowl!

Super Bowl Sunday means different things to different people - For some it's the thrill of the game, while for others it's a chance to see some fun commercials and maybe, their favorite star at the half-time show. Then there are those that simply view the day as an excuse to have a party and gorge on junk food.

Video Of The Week - Florida Man 'Joggles' Quad-Cities Marathon

By Meera Dolasia on September 30, 2013
Video Of The Week - Florida Man 'Joggles' Quad-Cities Marathon

Completing a 26.2-mile marathon is hard enough. Now imagine running it backwards! Not impressed? How about doing all that and juggling, or as they call it 'joggling'? That believe it or not, is what Joe Salter did on the weekend of September 19th, at the Quad-Cities Marathon in Moline, Illinois.

Wingsuit Daredevil Jeb Corliss Completes Another Heart-Stopping 'Flight'

By Meera Dolasia on September 30, 2013
Wingsuit Daredevil Jeb Corliss Completes Another Heart-Stopping 'Flight'

Over his short illustrious career, base jumper Jeb Corliss has completed over 2,000 stunts including leaping off France's Eiffel Tower, zooming through a waterfall in the Swiss Alps and even, flying across Tianmen Cave, a 100ft.-wide water eroded slit, in China's Tianmen Mountain. However, the stunt he pulled recently was so dangerous that it scared the daredevil himself.

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