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Other Sports

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The deadly sport

Kali or Arnis is a Southeast Asian combat sport of self defense. It serves to promote health, to cultivate the mind and imparts an efficient self protection.

Le Tour

The Tour de France is the world's most famous cycling race, with almost 200 men embarking on a 2,000 mile journey around France. Recent years have thrown the sport into murky times, but will this spell the end of it's annual three-week existence? Not if this year's race is anything to go by.

Snooker at a crossroads

On May 2, 2010, Neil Robertson and Graeme Dott commenced battle in the Betfred.com World Snooker Championship final, eventually won 18-13 by Robertson at nearly 1 a.m. on Tuesday. However, on the morning of the final's first day, a news story broke which rocked the sport to its core. World No. 1 John Higgins was being investigated for suspected match-fixing.

A Nordic novice and his polar pursuits

My cross country skis last left the basement three years ago. Maybe that wasn't such a bad thing!

The man behind the mic

Paul Edmonds, voice of the Winnipeg Goldeyes baseball club, enters his 13th season in the radio booth covering Northern League baseball.

NWANE's 2006 Tony Rumble Memorial

This article is dedicated to Anthony David Magliaro, aka Tony Rumble. A man who was a vital piece to the success of the indie and professional wrestling in the New England area. Since his death in 1999, the area has struggled, but there is a group of people who are trying to keep his dream and passion alive today.
For your enjoyment, your resident poker analyst gets up onto her soapbox to say a few words about how there's a difference between the sport and the business of poker, and how it's just not cool to snub Phil Gordon.

Tito will rock Shamrock once again

The last time they met in November of 2002 Tito Ortiz destroyed Ken Shamrock in a lopsided Ultimate Fighting affair that left Shamrock embarrassed and beaten. Tito Ortiz now looks to administer another beating of Ken Shamrock on July 8th 2006.

It's the high society issue this time around. From the red carpet to being red in the face to a really red stadium, I get out and about in the sports world.

You call THAT a Bad Beat?

The last missing piece in poker's ascension to pop culture should combine the sport's two most sacred art forms: winning and whining. What does that mean? Read on to find out the answer.

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