Lance Armstrong: A Tale of Two Cyclists And An American Gangster

Presse Sports-USA TODAY Sports

“This is my body, and I can do whatever I want to it. I can Push it; Study it; Tweak it; Listen to it. Everybody wants to know what I am on. What am I on? I am on my […]

Sports Provide Background for Country on Tough Weekend

Daniel Shirey-USA TODAY Sports

  The talk this weekend, the weekend before Christmas descends upon us, should have been of hope and joy. Instead, the grim reality of facing a world where even our elementary schools are no longer safe hangs over the nation […]

Soccer Team to Vote on the Retention of General Manager

Steven Bisig- US PRESSWIRE

  If you’ve ever wondered what profession would make for the most exciting sports team owner, look no further than game show host an comedian. The Price is Right host Drew Carey is giving his Seattle Sounders soccer fans more […]

Michael Phelps Legacy Taking Shape in Final Olympics

Phelps- Andrew P. Scott- USA TODAY

The greatest legend in American Olympic history will always be Jesse Owens, who defeated Hitler’s Aryan nightmare, with four gold medals in Berlin 1936. For United States Olympic pride, Owens is followed by the 1980 Winter Olympic hockey team’s defeat […]

Great Britain Olympics Unity Not Mirrored in U.S. Games

England Fans- Kirby Lee

To the general excitement of the country, the British grabbed the silver medal in the men’s team gymnastics yesterday. Then in typical British humor fashion, disappointment reigned when their first medal in the sport since the 1912 Stockholm games was […]

Obituary Expresses Surprise that the New York Mets did not Cause Woman’s Death

Mets Mascot- Andrew Fielding

A crafty obituary printed in the Daily Courier-Observer, which serves Massena and Postdam, New York, stated that Marylou Belles died after “giving cancer the finger for 27 years.” The piece went on to say that, “She was also a lifelong […]

Olympics: Colorado Olympians to Represent Proudly After Tragedy

Missy Franklin- Andrew Weber

In the heart of the United States, Colorado is still coming to grips with the Aurora movie theatre tragedy, which took 12 lives and injured over 50 others. As the 2012 Olympics get set to begin in London, the spirit […]

With 15 Different Major Champions, PGA Golf’s Glaring Problem

Golf, PGA, Major

Last weekend, the drama that was Webb Simpson and his wife watching the U.S. Open on a television monitor was not must see TV. After Jim Furyk and Graeme McDowell choked and Simpson walked away with his first major championship […]

Boxing, Horse Racing, Dying Old World Sports

I'll Have Another Maxwell Kruger

It’s been almost a week since the prime events for both boxing and horse racing went awry. Both sports were hoping for big comeback victories, but a late scratch and a controversial decision have left the classic sporting events reeling. […]

French Open Final between Nadal and Djokovic Sign Of Tennis Golden Age

Rafael Nadal- Susan Mullane

It was the first time the French Open bled into Monday in over forty years, but what turned out to be the final set of the match was worth the wait. Rafael Nadal won his record seventh French Open with […]

Belmont Stakes Labor Dispute Could Ruin Triple Crown Race

I'll Have Another Maxwell Kruger

I’ll Have Another, the three year old horse who won the Kentucky Derby and Preakness, is on a mission to win the Triple Crown. However, after coming from behind in his first two victories, the horse may not have a […]

Worst Baseball Stadium Entertainment: Comfort Dental Racing


Pictures Below! The between inning races: the Sausages in Milwaukee, the Presidents in Washington D.C. and Dental Care in Denver, Colorado. You read that right. Forget the circus taking place on the field for the Colorado Rockies, the main event […]