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NFL Players In Their Own Words
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The Top 16 Boxers to Win Titles in Four or More Weight Divisions
The 10 Longest-Reigning Welterweight Boxing Champions In History
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Why the Paralympic Games Might Be Better Than the Olympics
Why Some Olympic Sports Are Still Open Only to Men or Only to Women
The History of Roller Skating
5 of the World's Most Grueling Ultramarathons
The Stanley Cup Trophy Has a Long and Quirky History
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Coach Eddie Robinson set the record for number of wins when Grambling State University won the Cotton Bowl in 1985. He retired in 1997 with an amazing career record of 408-165-15. His career lasted an amazing 56 years. Learn about Eddie Robinson.
Earl Campbell won the 1977 Heisman Trophy and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1990. His career was cut short due to the constant pounding and abuse he took during his eight-year career. Learn about Earl Campbell's great running back career.
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar played center in the NBA for a record 20 years. He is famous for holding the record for the most points scored in NBA history, with 38,387. Learn more about Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and his signature 'sky hook.'
Baseball fans have been making the trip to visit the National Baseball Hall of Fame for more than 60 years. Find out how the Hall of Fame captures America's beloved pastime with exhibits like Babe Ruth's bat and Joe DiMaggio's locker.
Imagine sliding down an icy hill, with your face only a few inches away from the ground -- at 80 miles per hour. Learn about the intense winter Olympisc sport of skeleton, and how the competition works.
Who makes up the "third team" in a football game? Learn all about the responsibilities of an NFL officiating crew.
By Kevin Bonsor