A Game that’s the Real Dill

Long known as a game played by those in retirement communities, pickleball has taken off nationally as a fun sport for...

From Norman to Charm City

A confessed University of Southern California fan with a tattoo of an Interstate 805 road sign on his chest, Baltimore Ravens safety Tony Jefferson’s football...

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...

Table Tennis, Anyone?

A sport that has enjoyed success abroad has yet to catch on in The States.

A 5K for Cancer’s Sake

Oklahomans who find a run through the park a bit boring will have an option to try something different this month when the Warrior...

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....

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...

The Puck Stops Here

This month brings hockey back to the ice in Oklahoma with the state’s two teams, the Tulsa Oilers and the Oklahoma City Blazers, each...

Grappling With The Future

Oklahoma City University wrestling phenom Emily Webster has retired her singlet, for now. The 4-foot, 9-inch, 100-pound former OCU wrestler took home four consecutive...

2014-15 College Football

Summer is gone. Sure, the temperatures may be hovering higher than the ragweed count at a Woodward wind farm, but when that pigskin is...
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