Sports


Discography

Ultimate Frisbee was born in the spring of 1967 when a New Jersey teen named Joel Silver decided he was bored with traditional sports.

Published 01/29/2004

 

He Used to Cut the Grass

He Used to Cut the Grass

Normally, when an individual buys a lawn mower the motivation is strictly utilitarian. But for the small and growing group of motor sports enthusiasts that make up the U.S. Lawn Mower Racing Association (USLMRA), how well a lawn mower cuts grass is irrelevant.

Published 07/28/2003

 

Pay For Performance, Stupid

Pay For Performance, Stupid

There's an old axiom that says, “What looks good, isn't always good for you.” Although most people immediately associate this phrase with fatty foods, it's also worth remembering when evaluating potential employees.

Published 06/27/2003

 

As The Windmill Turns

For most Americans, miniature golf is nothing more than a leisure activity—one that conjures up images of gimmicky theme courses, golf balls in assorted colors, and of course, windmills. But for a dedicated few, miniature golf is a competitive sport, with its own pro tour, cash purses and corporate sponsors.

Published 10/16/2002

 

High Anxiety

High Anxiety

Stop reading if you're afraid of heights.

Published 04/18/2002

 

Graeme Obree: Bike Geek

Graeme Obree: Bike Geek

Graeme Obree broke the World Hour Record multiple times, yet he never achieved the fame and notoriety of his contemporaries. Ultimately, he was defeated by men with tape measures, and by his own obscurity.

Published 02/21/2002

 

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