Sarah Marquis is an explorer, but she doesn’t scale mountains or jump off cliffs. She walks. Karen Given has the story of Marquis’ 10,000 mile journey from Siberia to Australia.
Sure, the No.1 seed Virginia Cavaliers handily knocked off the No. 16 Hampton Pirates in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. But what would happen if actual cavaliers did battle with actual pirates? Laura Ellis has the story.
Ten years ago, two neighbors from Philadelphia went on a camping trip. They came home with a new game. Reporter Shai Ben-Yaacov brings us the story of “Stones.”
Last weekend, the Boston Pride beat the Buffalo Beauts for the first NWHL championship. With one season in the books, Bill Littlefield looks at the state of the National Women’s Hockey League.
After being shot by a gang in his native Honduras, Jessel Recinos decided to change his life. Five years ago, he created a skateboarding club to keep kids off the street. Now it has 60 members. Mark Pampanin reports from Cofradía, Honduras.
While college basketball fans prepare to fill out their March Madness brackets, Bill Littlefield plots the little-known history of the bracket from an 1851 chess tournament to a Long Island restaurant in the 1970s.
MIT professor John Leonard assesses the work of Ben Goodell, a 7th grader whose recent science fair project sought to prove Tom Brady’s innocence. “Ben Goodell’s experiment,” the professor tells Only A Game, “just adds to the evidence in my own mind that the Ideal Gas Law is pretty tried and true.”
Bud Collins, tennis commentator and longtime friend of Only A Game, died this week. Bill Littlefield offers a remembrance.
The 2012-13 Hope High School boys’ basketball team faced challenges — perhaps the least of which was the squad’s 2-7 start. Some players dealt with hunger and homelessness. Still, Hope advanced far in the state tournament. Bill Littlefield catches up with some of the that team’s star players — and finds that the ups and downs have continued.
Ryan Hall — the American half-marathon record holder — has struggled with fatigue and low testosterone and recently announced his retirement. His wife, Sara, isn’t ready to hang up her running shoes just yet. Ryan and Sara Hall tell their story, In Their Own Words.