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In Depth
August 29th, 2015

Is It Time To Put Diver Greg Louganis On The Wheaties Box?

Olympic champion Greg Louganis might be the best diver of all time, but he never appeared on the front of the Wheaties box. Julie Sondgerath has started a petition to change that, and she joins Bill Littlefield.

Interview
August 29th, 2015

No Sibling Rivalry Here: Katie And Michael Ledecky

At this month’s world swimming championships in Russia, Katie Ledecky won five gold medals. There to cheer her on was her No. 1 fan: older brother Michael. The Ledecky siblings join Bill Littlefield to talk about their close relationship, their earliest days in the pool and Katie’s first win against her brother.

In Depth
August 29th, 2015

10 Years Post-Katrina, The Role Of Sports In New Orleans’ Recovery

In the days after Hurricane Katrina, the Superdome was a place of desperation in New Orleans. How did it become a symbol of the city’s ongoing recovery? Bill Littlefield speaks with Sports Illustrated’s Tim Layden.

Commentary
August 26th, 2015

Sports’ Most Difficult — And Stunning — Act?

The best athletes make everything they do look effortless. Bill Littlefield asks: which athletic feat is most impressive?

Commentary
August 22nd, 2015
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A 6 Year Old’s Quest To Summit 48 Peaks

On a hike in New Hampshire, commentator Elissa Ely ran into an atypical peak bagger. Hunter’s 6 — and dead set on climbing all of his state’s 4,000 footers.

Interview
August 22nd, 2015

Tom Watson, A Man Of Many Titles, Winds Down His Career

After six decades of golfing, Tom Watson is starting to wind down his career. “The kids hit the ball a lot farther than the old guys do,” he tells Bill Littlefield. The six-time PGA Player of the Year discusses his storied career as well as the evolution of the sport.

Interview
August 15th, 2015

An Inside Look At Prison Weightlifting

Daniel Genis was a college grad with a career in publishing before he was imprisoned for 10 years. While incarcerated he became an avid weightlifter. Now free, Genis has criticized the efforts of some states to remove weights from their prisons.

Feature
July 25th, 2015

Dogs Play For Free At Sunningdale Golf Club

At the Sunningdale Golf Club outside of London, dogs are free to roam the course with their owners. It’s a tradition that dates back more than 100 years. Secretary Stephen Toon explains the history — and shares his favorite story from the dog-friendly links.

Feature
July 11th, 2015

At ‘The Magic Green,’ A Quest For A Hole-In-One

There have been 10 holes-in-one this summer at the Nashawtuc Country Club in Concord, Mass. That string of good fortune prompted Bill Littlefield to pick up a golf club for the first time in nearly a half-century in hopes of sinking No. 11.

Only A Blog
May 17th, 2015
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OAG Comedy: Recording Reveals Reason For Deflate-Gate Punishment

How did NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell decide on the Deflate-Gate punishments for Tom Brady and the New England Patriots? The Only A Game Players offer their entirely fictional (and allegedly funny) guess.

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