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WatchdogESPN's latest "Mt. Rushmore of Sports" release doesn't make much more sense to me than the last one. It appears Babe Ruth, Jackie Robinson, Joe Namath and Manhasset's own Jim Brown will represent New York in this feature. I'm not......
Tags: Randy Moss, Jim Thorpe, Tiger Woods, Tom Osborne, Ty Cobb
Colleen Gulick was extremely busy last weekend, not that she's any stranger to being busy. The 22-year-old from Spring City, Chester County, has been riding at the Valley Preferred Cycling Center in Trexlertown practically since she learned to pedal a...
Gearing Up is more than a motto before strapping on your helmet and going out on a bicycle ride. For women in the Philadelphia region, Gearing Up is a way to climb out of the hole and over the hill of alcohol dependence, drug addiction and physical...
Tags: Cycling, Sports, Arable Farming, PBS (tv network), Baseball
The terrible tragedy that occurred at the Boston Marathon less than two weeks ago is still fresh on our minds, but it's not a reason to give into the threat of terror when it comes to our sporting events, according to local officials. "There is a...
Amby Burfoot says he has surprised himself this year. The 66-year-old Emmaus resident is training more and running more than he has in 20 years, and he's been doing it at a perfect time. On Monday, Burfoot will toe the line for the start of the Boston...
Vice President Joe Biden 1 Observatory Circle NW Washington, DC 20008 Dear Mr. Vice President: I have an urgent request concerning the news that the Philadelphia area has a shot at hosting the 2024 Summer Olympics. A story in The Morning Call on...
Matt Baranoski started his spring semester at Penn State Lehigh Valley, and then took off for Scotland two weeks later. Baranoski, the Pennridge High School graduate and budding Olympic track cycling hopeful for 2016, took two weeks off from school early...
The Hartford CourantI was in a sports department store last week and saw one of those yellow Livestrong wrist bands on a rack selling for $1. My dad died of pancreatic cancer many years ago. The money for the wristband helps to support cancer survivors. About $500...
Bicycling magazine is at it again for the second straight year. The 2012 Bicycling Fall Classic, presented by Specialized, will take place Sunday, Oct. 7, from the Valley Preferred Cycling Center and will once again feature the "Roubaix-style" finish...
Matt Baranoski sat stone-faced while Marty Nothstein introduced the European cyclists who are in Trexlertown this month to help kick off the 2013 World Series of Bicycling international professional racing series, which begins Friday night at the Valley...
Military people, past and present, including those who never actually had combat duty, always admire courage. It's a fundamental part of GI culture. It does not necessarily have to be the kind of courage that results in the award of military medals. On...
Tags: Cycling, Sports, Keirin, Marty Nothstein
The 7-Eleven Kid really is 7, a second-grader, and she recently did a report on George Herbert Walker Bush. Along with her friends, they presented it to the third-graders, as scary a group as a second-grader can face. She heard about his being in the...
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Jan 15, 2013 |Column| Los Angeles Times
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