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Magazine articles on sports in general, the olympics, and recreation.
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June 28, 2004
Jack Ewing
The Olympics: How Safe? In terrorism's shadow, Athens gears up for the most security-conscious Games ever mark for My Articles 56 similar articles
June 14, 2004
Arlene Weintraub
Can Drug-Busters Beat New Steroids? Scientists enlisted by anti-doping agencies are trying to stay a step ahead of the cheaters as the Athens Olympics approach. mark for My Articles 81 similar articles
June 14, 2004
"We're as Good as the Bad Guys" Scientist Don Catlin says drug testing can be "just days" behind the people designing new performance enhancers for athletes. mark for My Articles 33 similar articles
June 7, 2004
Mark Hyman
Young Athletes, Big-League Pain Year-round play and dreams of going pro are side-lining kids with serious sports related injuries. mark for My Articles 88 similar articles
Lewis Helfand
Strikes & Lockouts In Professional Sports Everything from ticket sales to stadium parking takes a significant hit when games are canceled. The strikes and lockouts listed below show just how much professional athletes, teams, and even leagues stand to lose when faced with a work stoppage. mark for My Articles 719 similar articles
Troy St. Louis
The Cost Of Owning Stadium & Arena Naming Rights Of the current 121 teams that play North America's top four pro sports games (baseball, hockey, football, and basketball), 83 teams have their home stadiums and arenas named after corporate sponsors. mark for My Articles 172 similar articles
Lewis Helfand
8 Team Owners Who Spend To Lose The fact is that spending money produces wins -- although there are some exceptions. mark for My Articles 247 similar articles
Steve Seepersaud
Top 10 Worst Athletes Turned Entertainers Many athletes have tried to earn more money and keep their name in public view by entering show business. Some have tried movies or TV, while others have tried music mark for My Articles 80 similar articles
April 19, 2004
Brian Grow
Don't Scalp Us. We'll Scalp You With $50 tickets going for as much as $500 apiece, hundreds of fans joined in a class action that claimed the team violated the Illinois Ticket Scalping Act, which forbids selling any ticket for above its face value. mark for My Articles 99 similar articles
Lewis Helfand
Top 10 Coaches With The Highest Salaries Unproven coaches are generally not given gigantic salaries right from the start. They have to work their way up through the assistant level or prove their value coaching collegiate teams. And the 10 coaches at the top of the salary list are a perfect example of this. mark for My Articles 908 similar articles
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