Paul Stewart played in the NHL and officiated over 1,000 games. This week on Only A Game, the Christmas gift from his father that made it all possible. Plus, you may know Althea Gibson as the woman who integrated tennis, but her legacy extends to the sport of golf, too. And World Bicycle Relief has distributed bicycles to 145,000 students in developing countries, but what does that have to do with Susan B. Anthony? Join us!
Paul Stewart played pro hockey and refereed over 1,000 NHL games. And it was all made possible by a Christmas gift from his dad.
Charlotte Wilder of SB Nation and Mike Pesca, host of the daily Slate podcast "The Gist," joined Bill Littlefield.
Althea Gibson is best known as the woman who integrated tennis. She won Wimbledon and the U.S. Open and become the No. 1 player in the world. But not many people know about Gibson’s legacy in another sport: golf.
Bill Littlefield and Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce discuss the possibility of Colin Kaepernick as part-owner of the Carolina Panthers, the World Chess Championships' racy new logo and how a Grinch stole a former NBA player's throne.
Worldwide, 145,000 students in developing countries have received bicycles through World Bicycle Relief. Seventy percent of those bicycles have gone to girls. Only A Game's Karen Given explains why.
This program aired on December 23, 2017.