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Topics: Martial Arts, Exercise, and Informative
Topics: Martial Arts, Exercise, and Informative
Four years after New York’s brief spell of Linsanity™, he’s become a Marvel superhero and moved to Brooklyn.
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When Muhammad Ali first appeared on the cover of TIME in 1963, he was still Cassius Clay. Although he had won an Olympic gold medal, there were few signs he would become, in many ways, a bigger legend outside of the ring. He was the subject of three
PATRICK GOMEZ James Hinchcliffe doesn’t recall much about the May 2015 day that he wound up flatlining while on a hospital gurney. “I remember driving, and everything was fine,” says the racecar driver, 29, who’s currently a front-runner on Dancing
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To assemble our third annual list of the world’s most influential teens, TIME considered accolades across numerous fields, global impact through social media and overall ability to drive news. Here, a sampling from the full group of 30, available at time.com/teens2016
Bonded through hard work, fierce athleticism and a sky-high goal, Team U.S.A.’s gold-medal-winning gymnasts share the struggles and triumphs that vaulted them to greatness
ON A LATE SEPTEMBER AFTERNOON, JUST BEFORE PITCHER Kyle Hendricks will take the mound against the Pittsburgh Pirates, a handful of Chicago Cubs players and coaches are huddled around a table in the visitors’ locker room, all trying to help. That nigh
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ANNOUNCED By Alex Rodriguez, designated hitter for the New York Yankees, his retirement from playing professional baseball. A-Rod will play his last game for the team on Aug. 12 but will serve as a “special adviser and instructor” to the Yankees unt
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He'd never make the team, but he's still a major player on the court.
One rich, one not—and among the sport’s most promising American prospects. The making of talent, in two different laboratories.
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ON JUNE 17, A FEW DAYS AFTER Russian soccer fans began running riot at the European championships in France, Vladimir Putin was asked to comment on his countrymen’s behavior. With a half-smile, the Russian President played dumb. “I truly don’t unders
MANDY OAKLANDER Ashima Shiraishi rubs her hands with chalk and considers the craggy cave in front of her. It looks as if something huge took a bite out of the Cliffs rock-climbing gym in New York City, then studded the surface with shapes placed at
For years, Brad Pyatt’s supplement company bulked up on celebrity endorsements and penny stock trades. Then the SEC started kicking sand in its face
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She’s taking her sport to new heights NO APPARATUS IS MORE PRECARIOUS FOR female gymnasts than the balance beam. Staying on the beam—which is 4 ft. off the ground, 16 ft. long and just 4 in. wide, not much wider than a credit card—is challenge enoug
ONE OF THE BEST THINGS ABOUT LIVING IN LOS ANGELES was that it had no NFL team. So for the past 10 years, I got away with pretending to watch football by spouting analysis about my hometown New York Giants such as, “Eli Manning throws the football wi
DAVID VON DREHLE AS A GLAMOROUS YOUNG MAN at the dawn of television, Arnold Palmer hoisted the rather cloistered game of golf onto his broad shoulders and carried it into a golden age with an irresistible swagger. His grip-and-rip swing married powe
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SEAN GREGORY/RIO DE JANEIRO MORE THAN TWO WEEKS AFTER thousands of athletes from every corner of the world poured into Rio de Janeiro’s Maracanã Stadium to open the first Olympics on South American soil, fireworks flew over the arena to bring the 20
As drunken lies threaten his Olympic legacy, the chastened gold medalist vows to change his hard-partying ways
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9Round kicks up circuit fitness training with boxing and kickboxing inspired workouts.
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