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Win or Lose, He Didn't Stay Down

The movie Chariots of Fire was the true story of Eric Liddell, a man who ran for Scotland, then went on to become a missionary. You may recall that he ...


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Love Makes a Winning Team

Lee Iacocca once asked legendary football coach Vince Lombardi what it took to make a winning team. The book Iacocca records Lombardi's answer: "There ...


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"Chariots of Fire": Living by Principle

The film Chariots of Fire is a true story about two British runners competing in the 1924 Olympics. Eric Liddell, a devout Christian, was encouraged by ...


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Mark Buerhle Is Perfect, Temporarily

Perfection, human perfection, is one of the rarest things on earth. The world of sports shows how rare, or short lived, perfection is for us. For example, ...


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Why Athletes Can Lose and Still Thank God

Most athletes believe that god/fate is on their side …. Indeed, when they win a championship, talk of "destiny" fills the postgame locker room. ...


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Olympic Marathoner Finds Joy in Bad Situation

In the lead up to the 2016 Rio Olympics, many people believed Brazilian soccer legend Pelé would light the Olympic cauldron to officially kick ...


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28 Olympic Medals Later, Michael Phelps Retires

Even if your knowledge of sports is slight, you've probably heard of swimming legend Michael Phelps. After dominating the pool over the course of ...


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For Elite NBA Players, Pressure is Biggest Opponent

By the time an elite player ascends to the NBA, that player has hoisted an almost incalculable number of shots, both in games and in practice. One would ...


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Tennis Victor Offers Empathy to Opponent

After Naomi Osaka defeated Coco Gauss in the third round of the US Open tennis tournament, she did something that inspired fans and viewers around the ...


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Olympics-the Thrill of Victory and the Agony of Defeat

With the Olympics winding down we remember and celebrate the winners—the gold and silver and (maybe) bronze medal winners. But, sadly, while we ...


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