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Jai Alai once packed Florida’s frontons with gamblers and glamor. Today, America is down to a single top-level pro who plays under the name Tevin in honor of Tevin Campbell.

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The death of a runner and the “ongoing culture war between fitness enthusiasts and automobiles.”

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Meggett was an All-Pro running back for the New York Giants. He was also a serial rapist.

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The wild competition to be “worshipped” by Alaska’s most eligible bachelors.

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How much time does Manny Pacquiao have left?

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A basketball player, broke and without a Plan B, travels across the country for one last shot at glory.

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Billy Dillon was about to sign a contract with the Detroit Tigers. Instead he was convicted–wrongly–of first-degree murder and spent the next 27 years in prison.

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The life and sudden death of NASCAR’s Dick Trickle.

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The murder of an Olympic champion and the autopsy that shook a city.

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Montaous Walton couldn’t throw, catch or hit. But he wanted to be a ballplayer. And with the help of the internet, the media, and an ambitious young agent, that’s what he briefly became.

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The story of Héctor Espino, the greatest hitter never to play in the majors.

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A profile of Costa Rica’s most famous bull, who is responsible for two riders’ deaths and a brand of craft beer.

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“He was, it must be said, a pig. And my heart grew fonder.”

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An account of Yukon Quest, Alaska’s grueling, thousand-mile dog sled race.

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On the cranky king of New York sports talk.

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Richard Simmons at 64, sweatin’ to the oldies (and country and disco) thrice weekly.

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The story of the 1944 German national soccer championship game.

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Reflections on Mr. Angell, Mr. Kahn and Dad.