In 1971, an "unofficial" Women's World Cup in Mexico drew massive crowds. It should have been the beginning of a new era for women's soccer -- then FIF…
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The wrestling legend ate six pounds of butter and did three thousand pushups a day.
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At the turn of the twentieth century, croquet was booming -- and the world's greatest champion was a woman.
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Happy Holidays (Thread)Adam and I just wanted to send a quick note of thanks to all our subscribers and readers for joining us on this journey through sport, history, …
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This newsletter is about Dan Marino, jet skis, and the kindness of strangers.
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During WWII the Pittsburgh Steelers and Philadelphia Eagles joined forces to create a not-quite-super team
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Misaka, who died last week, was far more than the first non-white player in NBA history
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How King Kelly, one of baseball's most infamous cheaters, led the sport to its current sign stealing crisis
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The story of the only woman to suit up in the NHL is one of athletic majesty, grace under pressure, old time hockey hucksterism, and of course, sexism.
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The 1948 game between the Globetrotters and Minneapolis Lakers that changed basketball forever
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The spooky and spectacular life of baseball legend Waite Hoyt
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The Short Life and Gruesome Death of Baseball's First Superstar
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