High schooler Kiana Uechi-won barrel races in the 19th Annual All-Girls Rodeo at the Kualoa Ranch on Oahu on Saturday. Chuck McKeand/Hawaii Rodeo Photos hide caption

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Lassos, Not Luaus, For Hawaii's Cowgirls
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Detroit Lions Jason Hanson (left) and Don Muhlbach walk off the field after Hanson kicked a 32-yard field goal in overtime to beat the Minnesota Vikings last Sunday in Minneapolis. The Lions won 26-23. Genevieve Ross/AP hide caption

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Like The Lions, Detroit Finally Has A Winning Season
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Zen And 'The Art of Fielding': Baseball As Life
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Playoffs Start With Thrills, Chills And Rainouts
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Sailor Charts Solo Trip Into The Record Books
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The Chicago Bears showed some skills off the field and on the stage in 1985 when they recorded the "Super Bowl Shuffle." Paul Natkin/NFL via Getty hide caption

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White House Visit No Happy Ending For '85 Bears
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The New York Giants' Bobby Thomson hits a home run at the Polo Grounds to beat the Brooklyn Dodgers in their playoff game, Oct. 3, 1951. It remains a painful memory for Harvey Sherman. AP hide caption

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The 'Shot Heard 'Round The World' Echoes Once More
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The agony: Boston Red Sox third baseman Mike Aviles sits in the dugout after his team's 4-3 loss to the Baltimore Orioles Wednesday (Sept. 28, 2011). Patrick Semansky/AP hide caption

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David Greene and Tom Goldman talk baseball
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Red Sox Shut Out Of Playoffs As Rays Clinch Wild Card
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Tomas performs for the last time at the Monumental bullring in Barcelona. Since the end of the military dictatorship of Francisco Franco, Catalan nationalists have sought to cast off all things Castilian — referring to Spain's heartland. Manu Fernandez/AP hide caption

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Bullfighting In Spain Stays Alive Despite Regional Ban
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