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Ephedra and Baseball

The death of a Baltimore Orioles prospect has the nation pondering the dangers of Ephedra. We examine the health risks involved in using the supplement.

America's Cup

We get an update from Stuart Streuli, senior editor for Sailing World Magazine, on the America's Cup in Auckland, New Zealand.

The Flying Farmer

Daredevil farmer jumps 25 hay bales.

Women on High

Rebecca Brown's new book, "Women on High: Pioneers of Mountaineering." is a detailed look at the first women mountain climbers and how they made it through the treacherous terrain both on the mountain and within the society that frowned on their activity. She joins Pippin from the studios of New Hampshire Public Radio.

Mid-life Snowboading Crisis

Pippin Ross, a life-long skier, finally takes up the sport she's hated ever since it has come on the scene....snowboarding. Here's the story of a middle aged woman who couldn't avoid her fate on the slopes.

NBA Trades and more with Charlie Pierce

Pippin Ross and Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce discuss: NBA Trades and how they've changed the league, Sandy Koufax cuts himself off from the Dodgers and Tiger Wood's slick caddy.

Titan Games

With rare exception, american olympians are quickly forgotten when the games are over and not thought about again during the long, two-hundred six weeks between the games. But the United States Olympic Committee is attempting to change that by promoting and showcasing power and combat sports- Boxing, Fencing, Shot Put, Wrestling, Weightlifting, Judo, Karate and Tae Kwondo. Jason Margolis has a report from the first such attempt: The Titan Games held in San Jose, California.

This program aired on February 22, 2003.

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