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Mar 29, 2014

Community Post Summary: Can Sports Have a High Calling?

For a writer, a bracket is that weird symbol { } found somewhere on the keyboard. For a carpenter, a bracket is what holds up a shelf. But for a basketball fan, a bracket is chart full of 64 names that is penciled in every March. The NCAA tournament is...
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Mar 28, 2014

Community Post: The Final Score

When my family and I relocated to Georgia last summer, we decided to order DirecTV for the first time. My husband was interested in the opportunity to watch more major league soccer. He and our 10-year-old son love the sport. I, too, was looking forward to the chance to watch...
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Mar 27, 2014

Community Post: Families and Sports

Last night I walked into the a Little League ballpark to watch a friend's son play in his first game. As I entered the gates, long-lost childhood memories of spending summer evenings at the local ballpark came rushing back. I was surprised that I had forgotten such fond memories, and...
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Mar 26, 2014

Community Post: The High Calling of Sports Journalism

As we waited for the lights to dim for a showing of the latest Warren Miller ski film a couple sat down in front of me and my daughter. We started talking and before long Rick and Traci Reuter were sharing a beautiful story. Almost immediately, I sensed this was...
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Mar 25, 2014

Community Post: The Work of a Sports Photographer

Compared to the runner sweating, struggling to keep up with the others, grimacing as they get to the top of a hill, it looks simple. Through gritted teeth the athlete tops the hill, only to see a photographer sitting comfortably there waiting to capture their pain. Sometimes the photographer is...
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Mar 24, 2014

Community Post: Take a Lap

Is there anyone who actually likes to experience trials? Who likes to be disciplined or corrected? I don't know anyone who does...we were wired to avoid pain. When we go for minor surgery, we know there will be pain but we also know that, if all goes well, we will...
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