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Bethany Ericson keeps showing up to the rowing studio, no matter what's happening in her life.
A Student, A Donkey And The Healing Power Of The Human-Animal Bond
Zeke Cook needed to treat his depression. That's when Sherman the donkey ran into his life.
Samurai, Warships And An Armed Cricket Match: The Real Story Of Rugby In Japan
Official accounts say rugby came to Japan in 1899. But one historian says that happened much earlier.
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'The Cave Tried To Keep Us': The First-Ever Dive Inside An Iceberg
Jill Heinerth is one of the most accomplished cave divers in the world. But she and her crew were in danger when they explored Antarctica's B-15 iceberg.
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Professor Kenneth Shropshire, CEO of the Global Sport Institute at Arizona State University, and The Wall Street Journal's Rachel Bachman join OAG's Karen Given.