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Magazine articles on other sports.
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Sports Illustrated
July 31, 2001
Brian Cazenueve
Butterflying Michael Phelps may be wet behind the ears, but he was fast beyond his years at the worlds... mark for My Articles 28 similar articles
June 15, 2001
Meg Mitchell Moore
Swimming Without Sharks Devices to protect divers from sharks. mark for My Articles 21 similar articles
Sports Illustrated
June 8, 2001
Mark Beech
To the Point Point Given should take highly competitive Belmont... mark for My Articles 53 similar articles
American Family Physician
June 1, 2001
Medical Problems of Recreational Scuba Diving Recreational scuba diving is defined as pleasure diving to a depth of up to 130 feet without decompression stops. The most common medical problems are simple "squeezes." These can affect your middle ear or face mask during descent... mark for My Articles 75 similar articles
High on Adventure
June 2001
Pennsylvania's Outdoors Provide Extreme Experiences Those who are familiar with Pennsylvania know the beauty of its outdoors. Some take to the woods to view nature's glory from a distance, but many take to Pennsylvania's outdoors to compete and conquer... mark for My Articles 161 similar articles
Sports Illustrated
May 17, 2001
Mark Beech
Congaree can If Richly Blended sets fractions on Saturday in the Preakness that are solid but not blistering, say 46 seconds for the half-mile instead of 44, then Congaree should be the horse to beat... mark for My Articles 55 similar articles
Sports Illustrated
May 15, 2001
Mark Beech
Three's a crowd Two weeks after the fastest Kentucky Derby in 28 years, the three most talented horses in the Run for the Roses will square off again Saturday in the 126th Preakness at Pimlico Race Course... mark for My Articles 54 similar articles
Sports Illustrated
May 8, 2001
Rick Reilly
The Weak Shall Inherit the Gym Not to alarm you, but America is going softer than left-out butter. Exhibit 9,137: Schools have started banning dodgeball... mark for My Articles 4 similar articles
Sports Illustrated
May 3, 2001
Mark Beech
Point is well taken The 1 1/4-mile Kentucky Derby may well be the most difficult race in the world to win. It is an enervating, brutal test for young three-year-olds, none of whom are fully developed and most of whom have never run more than a mile and an eighth... mark for My Articles 50 similar articles
Sports Illustrated
May 1, 2001
William Nack
A Very Strong Point Saturday's Kentucky Derby appears to have its deepest field since 1973. That's the year Secretariat won the 1 1/4-mile classic in 1:59 2/5, still the record time, and led a parade of quality horses over the line... mark for My Articles 60 similar articles
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