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Future Olympic Sports
At the Nagano Olympics, fans flocked to see snowboarding, a new addition to the Olympic Games. In Salt Lake City, crowds were fanatic over the addition of women's bobsled and skeleton. Only A Game's Karen Given met with some enthusiasts who hope their sport will be next to grab the affection of Olympic spectators.
It's March. That means March madness can't be far behind. Bill Littlefield talks to Pat Forde of the Louisville Courier-Journal about the favorites and the dark horses of the upcoming tournament.
Beer for everyone...or no one.
For the first time, the University of Vermont basketball team is poised to make it to the NCAA tournament. All they have to do is win the America East Tournament, which begins on Saturday. Bill Littlefield talks with Catamounts Head Coach Tom Brennan.
You might not have noticed, but the 2002 PGA tour is well underway. This year, golf enthusiasts don't have to settle for buying the usual souvenir trinkets. A baseball card company is now offering golf cards--featuring Tiger Woods, Greg Norman, and everyone in between. Reporter Nancy Greenleese has the story.
Everyone's favorite commentator Rick Norman is back, with a wild and crazy look at baseball's spring training.
Bill Littlefield and Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce discuss the world of sports.
Big Game, Small World
Basketball might have originated in the United States, but this country doesn't have a monopoly on great basketball stories. Author Alexander Wolff roamed the planet to chronicle varieties of basketball. Bill Littlefield talks to Wolff about his journey and his new book, "Big Game, Small World: A Basketball Adventure".
This program aired on March 2, 2002. The audio for this program is not available.
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