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Maybe They're Born With It

Author David Epstein examines what genes control in athletics—and what they don't.

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Getting in Shape, By Any Means Necessary

Self-experimenting author AJ Jacobs turns his focus to his health and fitness regimen.

Sports

I Fought the Ball, and the Ball Won

Jon Hart takes readers on a fun but painful ride through the hills and valleys of his personal journey through the sports world.

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A Season Like No Other

In a new book, author Robert Weintraub revisits the 1946 season, when the term "baseball veteran" had a very different meaning.

Sports

Reliving the Dream of Linsanity

Knickerbloggers take a look back at the tumultuous 2011-12 season.

Books

A College-Basketball Story From the Inside

Former Division I assistant coach Rus Bradburd channels his inside knowledge of the college game in a new novel.

Sports

Jenkins Helps Summit Sum It Up

Sally Jenkins discusses the 'worst moment in her life': finding out her best friend Pat Summitt has Alzheimer's.

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A Modern-Day Harvard Football Man

Eric Kester's experience in crimson wasn't quite as classy as legend would have it. So he mined it for comic relief.

Sports

The Lance Questions

As a prominent cycling writer, Bill Strickland fields a lot of those. He doesn't mind but says many don't have definite answers.

Sports

Closing the Gap

Like the quarterbacks he covers, ESPN's Seth Wickersham wants to make the leap from good to great.

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