Pinned in the Right Lane

Despite Oklahoma’s strong tradition in amateur bowling, the state had rarely hosted major events in the sport until recently.

Beyond the Gold

What follows wild success at a young age is often a challenge for many athletes and celebrities. For Shannon Miller, the most decorated U.S....

In A Pickle

A game invented to keep the kids out of the adults’ hair on a rainy day in Bainbridge Island, Wash., has grown into a popular...

Back to the Gridiron

Cooler weather coaxes football fans back into the stands as college seasons kick off around the state. The University of Tulsa begins the season at...

Nations At Play

Oklahoma native Jim Thorpe left a lasting legacy in the sports world. Recognized for winning gold medals for the pentathlon and decathlon in the...

Brooms, Bonspiels and Buddies

Most Americans only think of curling every four years when tuning in to the Olympics. When they do, they are bound to be intrigued...

Where Stones Find Homes

Since its re-introduction to the Olympics in 1998, curling has gained popularity across the world, including in Oklahoma. You probably know it from watching on...

Ready To Shock

Growing up playing basketball with Reggie Theus might have prepared Fred Williams for the tough job he has ahead of him as head coach...

Explore the Whitewater

With the addition of RiverSport Adventures to downtown, Oklahoma City’s metropolitan area has seen an outpouring of new events based around water-related sports. The...

Heat(ed) Ice Cream Cravings

Anytime Edmond native Josh Richardson returns to this part of the country during the NBA season, the fourth-year Miami Heat player always stops at...

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