Harvard University held its 14th annual kendo tournament in April 201. Teams from across the country came to compete in the ancient art of Japanese fencing. Only A Game’s Doug Tribou was there. Listen to Doug’s story, see photos from the event, and watch video of one of the kendo matches.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison ended its licensing agreement with Nike last week, and school activists are encouraging other colleges to follow suit. Wisconsin Public Radio’s Kirk Carapezza was on campus for the story, and he took some photos while he was there.
Bill traveled to Belmont, Massachusetts earlier this week and challenged former Northeastern basketball player Dawn MacKerron to a friendly game of “Horse.” How’d it turn out? Well…he tried his best. Here are some photos of the game.
The 2010 US Pole Dance Championship took place on March 19 in New York City. Check out our slideshow and the US Pole Dance Federation’s promotional video.
The second annual Slam for Sudan fundraiser, a slam-dunk and three-point contest benefiting Sudanese immigrants in Burlington, Vermont, took place at Champlain College last Thursday. Here are some photos of the event.
Each year, the small town of Waterbury, Vermont holds the Intergalactic Winter Croquet Tournament to celebrate the last weekend of winter. Excited for spring, Only A Game’s Karen Given refused to miss this year’s event, and took some photos of the competition.
The Vancouver Olympics are coming to a close, but don’t worry winter sports fans, the 2014 Games in Sochi, Russia are less than half a decade away! We get a taste of the site of the next Winter Olympics, and look back at the unforgettable fashions of Vancouver.
Team USA has yet to win a medal in biathlon, but its athletes are working hard to get the United States on the podium. Here are some photos from this week’s event in Vancouver.
More than 3 billion people around the globe will tune in to watch the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, British Columbia. Over the next 17 days, thousands will visit Canada’s third largest city to watch the Games in person. Only A Game’s Sadie Babits is there, and she brought along her camera.
281 cyclists participated in last weekend’s Harpoon Indoor Time Trial, a stationary bike race that simulates an eight-mile course. Only A Game’s Doug Tribou visited the Harpoon Brewery in South Boston to take in the event. Listen to Doug’s report and check out the photos he took during the races.