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Think Cricket's Just For Stodgy British Types? Think Again.

Sports aren't just about rivalries. They're about community.

By Michael Stahl

When Neeraj Kher came to live in the United States, he thought he’d made a mistake. He couldn’t find any cricket.

He had always been a cricket player. Born in New Delhi, India, he had learned the sport young, and then lived in two other cricket-playing countries, Australia and England.

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This Art Exhibition Might Be The Most Fun You've Ever Had In A Museum

How do sports inspire social change? One artist wants to show you.

By Kristin Marguerite Doidge

Are athletes more like artists than we think?

Can coaches teach athletes to be critical thinkers through sport?

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They Were Asked To Bar Their Black Players From A Major Game. Their Response Was Perfect.

"If Ollie and Burl didn't go, none of us were going. We walked out, and that was the end of it."

By Penn Collins

In 1951, the University of San Francisco football team was living out a Cinderella season the school had never seen in its history.

This small all-male school’s success was as unlikely as it was unexpected. Finishing the regular season undefeated, the team was poised to make a run at the national championship.

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The Awesome Reason This 'Golf' Game Is Taking The World By Storm

Disc golf is the easy and fun outdoor game you haven't been playing.

By Michael Stahl

It’s New Year’s Eve in Long Island, New York, about 15 degrees Fahrenheit, and there’s an inch of snow on the ground. Still, 45 men and women have hit the links for a golf tournament.

But this tournament features frisbees, not balls.

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By Melissa Kravitz

Growing up, dodgeball was one of Darius Soler’s biggest fears.

A game where the kids who bullied him for being “big and gay and effeminate” could all target him with plummeting balls? Hard pass.

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By Michael Stahl

Pick a Sunday afternoon in the spring or summer, and on one stretch of road in the Bronx, you can be sure the sidewalks will be lined with men and women watching an exciting game of stickball.

Those who turn their back to the action, perhaps to scoop some rice and beans or chicken wings out of a deep baking pan onto a paper plate, must stay alert for the thwack of a rubber ball — and be prepared to duck.

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