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Show rundown for 8/25/2001

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WUSA Preview

The WUSA ends it inaugural season with its championship game between the Bay Area Cyber Rays and the Atlanta Beat. League MVP, Tiffany Milbrett will break down the game and how the league, as a whole, has performed this year.

River Rats

Game called due to catastrophe. Home field advantage is great, especially when home isn't underwater. Only A Game's Greg Echlin has the story of the Quad City minor league baseball team who learned the hard way about life on the Mississippi.

Info Break

Bill Littlefield tells the stroy of bakers in Italy who have made a replica of a Ferrari out of pastry.

WC Heinz

Many consider W.C. Heinz to be one of best sportswriters ever. Included in his long list of fans is none other than Ernest Hemingway. Bill Littlefield pays a visit to legendary scribe in his Vermont home. They talk about Heinz's 60-year career as a sportswriter and his two new books.

Charlie Pierce

"Only A Game" analyst Charlie Pierce discusses: Making NASCAR safer, Eric Lindros, A Ranger? Is Tiger Woods Jimmy Stewart?


Trish Anderton of New Hampshire Public Radio introduces us to a sport that has no use for winners or losers. It's Kyudo, the practice of Zen archery. In Kyudo, the victory is not found by beating your competition. But, by reaching a perfect state of meditation.

This program aired on August 25, 2001. The audio for this program is not available.

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