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Phelps beat the world By David Steele This one's pretty easy to deduce, even though it's a shame to have to diminish one person's accomplishments to elevate another's. Nevertheless … If Cal Ripken Jr. had done what he did in the same year Michael...
Sun StaffThe Orioles didn't just hire a New Yorker when they picked Lee Mazzilli as their new manager. They hired the New Yorker, a 48-year-old who seemingly embodies the Big Apple image as if he had invented it. "If you had to cast the role of a New York guy,...
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Sun StaffA landmark year of swimming in 2003 resulted in one more honor for Michael Phelps, as the 18-year-old from Rodgers Forge won the 74th annual James E. Sullivan Award last night. The announcement was made at a banquet at the New York Athletic Club. The...
Final thoughts on a memorable two weeks in Greece This is my last blog from the Athens Olympics, which I'm assuming will be one of the more memorable I've covered for a number of reasons. Foremost among them, I'm sure, will be the swimming of Michael...
Sun StaffKEARNS, Utah - J.P. Shilling skated the race of his life on the world's fastest ice against the best on the planet. And with 20 members of his family and friends watching, the Baltimore native finished 14th in the 1,500-meter long-track speed skating...
Tribune Media ServicesI grew up during the 1950s and '60s in Madison, WI, in a family that lived and breathed sports, and I don't mean watching sports. We played sports, outdoors: hockey, cycling, tennis, hiking, golf. My grandparents lived on a lake so we were always...
Tribune Media ServicesWhen I was speed skating, we cross-trained year-round by lifting weights a couple of times a week. I found weight lifting so satisfying that even today, no matter how busy my schedule gets, not a week goes by that you won't find me out in the garage...
Tribune Media ServicesEven people with risk factors need exercise. In fact, people with risk factors stand to see the greatest gains from regular exercise, including a potential reduction in the very risk factors they once viewed as an impediment to it. According to...
Tribune Media ServicesJen had been obese, had gastric bypass surgery and lost 80 pounds. She was walking five or six times a week — about 25 miles — and had started doing marathons. Then she started lifting weights twice a week to add some resistance training to...
Tribune Media ServicesThere are certain places you might expect to see a recommendation to hire a personal trainer — say, in a muscle-magazine ad or on late-night TV. But one of those places is probably not a publication by one of our nation's most venerated medical...
Tribune Media ServicesMore and more kids are being diagnosed with what was once thought to be an almost exclusively adult malady: high blood pressure. These children join the large contingent of American adults — estimated to be 25 percent of the population — who...
Tribune Media ServicesFlat abs and bulging biceps are improvements brought on by exercise. Less visible but more significant are the structural improvements aerobic exercise make to your heart—improvements that can take you from feeling like a junker car to purring...
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