Only A Game’s Charlie Schroeder found himself trapped in a room on the 10th floor of a Hong Kong high-rise. Since November, 30,000 people have willingly put themselves in the same position. Schroeder searches to find out why.
Extreme pogo sticking is an actual sport, and Tone Staubs is its literal posterchild. Only A Game’s Whitney Jones has the story from New York.
Every year, prose writers and poets gather at Vermont College of Fine Arts for a friendly game of softball. They aren’t very good. But, as Only A Game’s Karen Given discovered, athletic talent is of little consequence.
Once a thing of the Space-Age future, hovercrafts now exist. An Ohio golf course is about to become the first club to put them into regular use as golf carts. Bill Littlefield speaks to the course’s managing director about the plan.
Bill Littlefield witnesses a shocking win…at a restaurant.
Only A Game’s Karen Given delves into the world of Canstruction, where architecture, design, engineering, and construction firms spend a Saturday fighting hunger…by building enormous sculptures out of food cans.
Stone Skipping is an annual 4th of July tradition on Mackinac Island in Michigan. Eric “The Voice” Steiner joins Bill Littlefield to discuss the craft of calling a stone-skipping competition.
Only A Game’s Lauren Ober takes us behind the scenes of the championships of one of the most popular social sports leagues in Washington, D.C.
Many a successful athlete has made use of a keen eye, an occasional elbow, and — in soccer, at least — a hard head. Recently, Only A Game’s Ron Schachter visited Louisburg, N.C. for a championship that depends entirely on another part of the body.
Roller derby used to be rigged … and for women. Today’s competitors say their sport is on the up-and-up. And Bill Littlefield recently took in matchup pitting an all-male squad against a crew of women ready to rumble.