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  • Teaching kids to stay in the game

    Teaching kids to stay in the game
    The basketball players settle into drills with the precision and fluidity of a vintage squad - despite the fact that many of them cannot move their bodies from the waist down. Thanks in part to Gerry Herman, they're a wheelchair team to be reckoned...
  • California teen makes Olympic table tennis history for U.S.

    California teen makes Olympic table tennis history for U.S.
    For Lily Zhang, it was all about breathing. The 18-year-old needed to keep her composure Wednesday to become┬áthe first American to win a table tennis medal in Olympic competition,┬átaking bronze at the Youth Summer Games in Nanjing, China. “I was...
  • SportsFest stepping it up

    SportsFest stepping it up
    For 18 years and counting, Ray Atiyeh has worked tirelessly to expand and improve Lehigh Valley SportsFest, the annual summer amateur sports festival held in and around Allentown. The same can be said for 2014. New events always spark new interest...
  • Bernhard Langer: U.S. Open champ Martin Kaymer 'playing golf again'

    Bernhard Langer: U.S. Open champ Martin Kaymer 'playing golf again'
    As Germany's Martin Kaymer finished off his eight-stroke U.S. Open victory Sunday, one of his mentors and countrymen, Bernhard Langer, was holed up in a fishing cabin in Alaska, able to watch only on a television the entire compound shared. "We made...
  • Otstot falling back into form with Run for the Dream 8K win | Community notebook

    Adam Otstot was a determined man going into Saturday's Run for the Dream 8K in Williamsburg. That determination — plus a wide range of running talent — would soon carry the Williamsburg standout to the 8K title in a field of 1,545 runners....
  • World Class' Harrison earns all-around title at Level 10 Junior Olympic National Championships | Community notebook

    World Class' Harrison earns all-around title at Level 10 Junior Olympic National Championships | Community notebook
    Taylor Harrison just wanted to finish her gymnastics season on a high note at the Level 10 Junior Olympic National Championships in Jackson, Miss. To her, a top-10 finish in the all-around would have been acceptable. But she far exceeded her...
  • Bad bounce could hurt U.S. in World Cup draw

    After more than three years of preparation and the most successful season in U.S. national soccer team history, how far the U.S. goes in next summer's World Cup in Brazil may come down to which way a ping-pong ball bounces. That's because the draw for...
  • Two strong years at the helm

    Two strong years at the helm
    One of the highlights of Malcolm Warner's past year was hearing Wayne Thiebaud spout an off-color joke. Although he can't recall the pun, the wisecrack led to a lasting friendship with the noted painter. This — the opportunity to build...
  • Table tennis marathon

     
    Surrounded by friends and fraternity brothers, Thayer Holbrook, 19-year-old University of Southern California freshman cools his feet after playing table tennis for 50 hours at Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity house....
  • Pingpong over Obamacare, government shutdown continues

    Pingpong over Obamacare, government shutdown continues
    House Republicans took to the airwaves Sunday to blast the Senate in general and Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) in particular for taking the day off as a partial government shutdown loomed. This is a bit like me holding my neighbor's baby over...
  • Nelson Algren Short Story Awards: A look back at a rich history

    Nelson Algren Short Story Awards: A look back at a rich history
    An honor like the Nelson Algren Short Story Award can be a boon to a writer. It can give him or her the confidence to slog through rejections and trudge forward with literary endeavors. When we asked former Nelson Algren Award recipients what winning...
  • Sterile offices giving way to 'creative spaces'

    Sterile offices giving way to 'creative spaces'
    Comedy writer Soren Bowie depends on bursts of inspiration to produce his next great joke. But he says it's no fun to labor for hours in a tiring office cubicle with a chair and computer. Last month, that changed for the Cracked.com writer when his...