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Paterno

He’s 82. Has the career-wins record. Isn’t it time to quit? Bite your tongue. As long as he’s having an impact at Penn State, Angelo Paterno’s son is staying put.

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Issue 31

Ball Hawk

Pro-ball dropout but a major league champion nonetheless, Zack Hample plays his own game.

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Issue 17

Urban Acrobats

All over America, cities are becoming vast playgrounds for practitioners of parkour.

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Issue 13

Virtuous Cycles

Bilenky Cycle Works of Philadelphia rides a custom-bike building boom driven by discriminating buyers and sky-high gas prices.

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Issue 11

Infographic: Precious Medals

Though the Olympics focus on individual and team performances, country medal counts provide an unofficial tally of world sporting dominance.

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Issue 11

FLYP Flicks: The Spectacle of Sport

As far back as the 1930s, filmmakers have been inspired by the high-stakes drama of the Olympics. From controversial documentaries to fictitious comedies, these five double features capture the glory and tragedy of the world’s most highly regarded competition.

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Issue 09

From the Backyard to Beijing

Five U.S. Olympians are searching for gold in a sport most Americans associate with burgers and barbeque.

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Issue 07

Field of Beeps

Visually impaired ballplayers keep their ears on the ball.

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Issue 07

Making the Cut

Thousands compete in Olympic trials this month for a shot at a gold in Beijing.

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