If you haven't noticed, it's October, and that means Major League Baseball playoffs are upon us.
Football season is cranking up, and playoff baseball is on the horizon.
If you have any interest in the Olympics, you've certainly seen Beijing's "Bird's Nest" and "Water Cube." But who are the geniuses behind them?
For some reason every swim event in this Olympics is a record smasher. And it isn't just Michael Phelps who's seconds ahead of that daunting green world record line.
Boycotts have caused controversy at the Olympic games in 1976, 1980, and 1984, and pressure was put on the United States and other nations to lead a boycott of the current games because of China'
"Hoop Dreams" is a landmark American documentary, released in 1994 to broad acclaim at Sundance.
I've always hated golf. I think it has something to do with the compulsory lessons of my youth and the uncomfortable shoes.
"If this is an Olympic year, it must be time for a boycott," Tony Kornheiser wrote in the
New York Times in 1976.
The difference between winning and not winning in some Olympic events can come down to a thousandth of a second. With so much at stake, no detail can be overlooked.
Athletes traveling to Beijing for the Olympics next month will be equipped with uniforms for every occasion.