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Tips for newbie rock climbers

So you just discovered the sport of rock climbing this past winter after some visits to an indoor climbing gym.
First, I want to welcome you to a really awesome community of people.
I’ve personally experienced a ton of mental and physical fulfillment through my years in this sport and I’ve made a lot of wonderf ... (full story)


Analysis: A year after PGA Tour's surprise deal with Saudis, still no clarity on where golf is going

Analysis: A year after PGA Tour's surprise deal with Saudis, still no clarity on where golf is going

DUBLIN, Ohio (AP) — PGA champion Xander Schauffele was on the 10th tee at Muirfield Village for a late Monday afternoon practice round to start the week of the Memorial. Just the sight of him was enough to bring back memories of golf then and now.
So much has changed. So little is known. And there's still no clarity where ... (full story)


GAP trail

It’s definitely getting to be bicycle touring season what with June now in full swing.
And if you happen to be a cyclist who’s always toyed with the fantasy of turning your two-wheeled recreational steed into a two-wheeled range rover, well, I’ve got a wonderful adventure to throw at you: The Great Allegheny P ... (full story)


Major leaguers praise inclusion of Negro Leagues statistics into major league records

Major leaguers praise inclusion of Negro Leagues statistics into major league records

CHICAGO (AP) — Buck Leonard. Charlie "Chino" Smith. Turkey Stearnes.
Baseball players and fans alike are learning more about the Negro Leagues after the statistics for more than 2,300 players — historic figures like Josh Gibson, Oscar Charleston, Satchel Paige and Mule Suttles — were incorporated into ... (full story)


NCAA and leagues back $2.8 billion settlement, setting stage for current, former athletes to be paid

The NCAA and the nation's five biggest conferences announced that they have agreed to pay nearly $2.8 billion to settle a host of antitrust claims, a monumental decision that sets the stage for a groundbreaking revenue-sharing model that could start steering millions of dollars directly to athletes as soon as the 2025 fall semester. ... (full story)