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  • But the German, who could go back to world number one ahead of the absent Lee Westwood with a top-two finish in what is often called the sport's unofficial fifth major, bogeyed the next three before coming back with yet another birdie.

    WalesOnline - Home

  • Mr. Cohen referred to the sport's "competitive anger."

    A Fine Point in a Fight

  • Consider this: The Knicks' offense, at this point, relies on what the coaching staff has determined to be the sport's best shots: the 3-pointer and the dunk.

    At the Garden, a Sapling

  • He may be the brightest light in one of the sport's darker enclosures.

    Oodles of Talent, None of the Glory

  • All the program needs to do to vault itself into the sport's upper crust, observers say, is to win a championship.

    College Basketball's Next Power?

  • But as the 40 thoroughbreds prepare for the 164th running of this history-steeped epic on Saturday, behind the scenes something rather unexpected is going on: This sport's most unpredictable race is no longer the wide-open sweepstake it's supposed to be.

    Grand National Now a Matter of Class

  • So it's not exaggeration to suggest that these three games against the Yankees take on some added importance, as if the sport's best rivalry needed another dash of drama.

    Up Next, the Winless Boston Red Sox

  • Forty-five of the 120 current Football Bowl Subdivision coaches attended schools that didn't compete on the sport's top level, including Boise State's Chris Petersen (California-Davis) and Oregon's Chip Kelly (New Hampshire).

    Alumni Coaches Thrive in College Hockey

  • And the sport's favored tight shorts, available at sporting-goods stores, are at odds with the conservative national dress code.

    That French Bike Race Might Seem Easy Compared to This One

  • But shoes and boards--all made from diminishing natural materials like metal, wood, and oil--quickly wear out over time, needing to be replaced as often as once a week for the sport's most dedicated followers.

    Kevin Duffel: Skateboarders Going Green

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