Carvajal was one of the most gifted marathon runners of his era, and one of the most memorable characters to grace the world sporting stage.
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The 1956 Olympic water polo match between Hungary and the USSR was fraught with revolution and ended in violence.
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The unlikely story of Ferris Fain, 1950s batting champ turned large-scale pot farmer.
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"I just love the game so much."
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Victor Young Perez learned to box in Tunis, became a world champion in Paris, and died in Auschwitz.
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We wrap up March with the tales of daring women aviators in Turkey, Russia, and Egypt
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Kwon Ki-Ok's career as a barrier-breaking pilot was wrapped up in her revolutionary activism for an independent Korea.
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Matilde Moisant and her family embodied the shamelessness, recklessness, and globe-spanning ambition that defined the early era of manned flight.
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The enduring power of Bessie Coleman, the first Black woman to earn a pilot’s license
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Helene Dutrieu was a world record cyclist, stunt woman, actress—and finally a pioneering aviator.
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A story about control
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Appreciating Efren "Bata" Reyes, the greatest pool player to ever live
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