Sports & Recreation

Sports & Recreation

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Bonner Paddock is not messing around. He was the first man with cerebral palsy both to climb Mount Kilimanjaro unassisted and to complete an...

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Lori Wilde does not come from a family of sports fans. She didn’t grow up throwing around a pigskin in the backyard with her...

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Let's face it: It's highly unlikely that ex-NBA star Dennis Rodman's friendship with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un will ever repair relations between the...

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The world’s wildest runs and most exciting mountains. The daredevil feats of extreme skiers. The history of the ski, skiing’s greatest adventures, the most...

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Of all of America’s favorite sports, football is just about as punishing as it gets. To excel in the game, strength of will is...

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Zola asked an all-star lineup of sportswriting greats—including Gay Talese, Frank Deford, Jane Leavy, and David Remnick—as well as one reigning Cy Young Award...

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Breath Tim Winton “I finished it in a day and a half, itching to find out what happens on the next page.... Set in a small...

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Boxing. It’s one of the world’s oldest, most brutal contests, a holdover from gladiator days when fights to the death drew crowds by the...

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There’s nothing worse than a boring sports memoir: Rehashes and clichés fail to satisfy. But, of the many athlete autobiographies to hit shelves in...

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NHL fans have a whole lot to be thankful for this season. For starters, there’s no lockout ruining their hockey-watching fun. And from Bruins...

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