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Magazine articles on other sports.
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Sports Central
April 2, 2005
Greg Wyshynski
Bowling for St. Loo Curious about the history of bowling? Visit the International Bowling Museum in St. Louis... Random thoughts. mark for My Articles 7 similar articles Mat Hoffman: The BMX Master Why is he famous? Mat Hoffman became a BMX pro at 16, now owns his own bike and production companies, performed the first no-handed 900 at the X Games in August 2002, and says he will ride until his "legs fall off." mark for My Articles 45 similar articles
March 2005
The Surfer's Seaplane Surfers use sea planes to catch big waves. mark for My Articles 29 similar articles
March 2005
Lawrence Millman
Hotties It's steamy! It's semi nude! It's Scandinavian! It's Finland's Sauna World Championships--and it's totally uncool. mark for My Articles 5 similar articles
March 2005
John Grossmann
Extreme Relaxation Identical entrepreneur twins David and Dennis Head, part owners of a manufacturer of custom brass fittings, take on extreme sports. mark for My Articles 1 similar article
February 2005
Rachael Scdoris: The Blind Iditarod Racer The 20-year-old from Bend, Oregon, will be at the starting line on March 5, despite having congenital achromatopsia, a disorder that keeps her from seeing past the hazy butts of her lead dogs. mark for My Articles 10 similar articles
January 2005
Bruce Ramsay
Dispatches: Skeleton - In Your Face Skeleton, which sends competitors headfirst down icy tracks at up to 80 miles per hour, is the "moonshine of winter thrills," as American gold-medal winner Jim Shea Jr. puts it. mark for My Articles 10 similar articles
Sal Ciolfi
Top 10: Wrestlers Of The '80s More than during any other time period, wrestling in the 1980s was special. After all, this was when people still believed it to be real and when, because of this, wrestlers were able to really captivate people. mark for My Articles 48 similar articles
October 16, 2004
Travel: You So Fly Ready to earn your wings? Take an introductory flight with a certificated instructor at your local flight school or airport; then follow the AOPA's tips for getting started. mark for My Articles 168 similar articles
Steve Richer
How To: Go Skydiving So bear-baiting and nude rodeo are too tame for you now? What you need is to step it up a notch and try skydiving. After all, you've seen Point Break, Drop Zone and Terminal Velocity, and it didn't seem so hard. mark for My Articles 11 similar articles
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