Olympic swimming looks like incredibly difficult work. In addition to trying to cruise through the water at amazing speeds, swimmers have to somehow figure out a way to see what they’re doing. F
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A young Newfoundland boy sent a sweet letter of support and medal to his country’s relay runners after they were disqualified from a race at the London Olympics.
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Many people take Father’s Day for granted and have a tendency to forget about the men and women who are serving our country and can’t spend Father’s Day with their dads. For the pas
There was some outstanding sportsmanship displayed at the Ohio state track meet last Saturday.
Meghan Vogel, a junior at West Liberty-Salem High School in Ohio, won the state’s Division III 1,
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Regardless of the number of times we see this same move executed, it will never get old. We may get tired of ceremonial first pitches or quirky mascot antics bef
Mikey Stolzenberg is a 12-year-old boy from Florida who was born seemingly healthy and with all his limbs in tact. He remained that way until a freak infection cost him his arms and legs when he was
Courntey Alvis had to a face a life-changing moment at the age of 16 when she was diagnosed with leukemia. Because of her weakened immune system, Alvis was told she basically couldn’t leave her
More professional athletes should take the time to use their Twitter accounts the way that Jeremy Guthrie used his on Tuesday. With all the nonsense we see on Twitter and other forms of social media
Three years ago, Cory Weismann went through a life-changing experience. The Gettysburg College senior nearly died when he suffered a stroke following his freshman season. The stroke left Weismann una
Trent Glaze is a senior at Fairfield Union in Ohio and he’s been using a wheelchair for the last 10 years because he has muscular dystrophy. The young man loves football and has been a manager f