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  • Golf's Homeland Laments Its Decline

    For Scotland, the ascendancy of Scandinavian golfers was a wake-up call
      Birthplace of golf finds new ways of creating the next generation of duffers.
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  • Thanks, Fox

    Thanks to Fox, American soccer fans can feast on European soccer — including this week's Barcelona-Inter Milan match
  • Davis Cup Brings Free Tennis to Boise Youths

    The Family Tennis Carnival at Julia Davis Park on Saturday, April 6, presented by the Idaho Tennis Association.
      The carnival gives fans of all ages an opportunity to join in the energy of tennis and celebrate the competition. Games, drills and other tennis activities will run from 10 a.m. to noon and precede the Davis Cup doubles matches that start at 12:30 p.m.
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  • Hey FIFA, How Low Can You Go?

    On the sinking integrity of soccer's international governing body and why the World Cup will be regarded with suspicion
      Contentious call puts light on international sports organization.
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  • America wins gold! In frisbee.

    Did you know the US has the world's best ultimate team? You're not alone.
      Ultimate frisbee may be one of the fastest-growing recreational sports in the United States, but it's still fighting to shed its image as a campus quad past-time for the patchouli crowd, and be taken seriously on the world stage.
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  • Surf's up in Liberia

    Catching waves is an adventure in this West African nation that is recovering from war.

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