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The Miami Marlins started play in 1993. Here are some interesting facts about them.
By NW Bartlett
Karate is a martial art with a long history and many forms to master. It's also one of the most popular martial arts in the United States.
By Maeve Rich
NHL handicapping is hardly a science, and gamblers often avoid betting on the sport.
By Jackson Tremont
American lacrosse history is a game of back-and-forth, just like lacrosse itself.
By Jon Rineman
The history of canoeing dates back thousands of years and remains a popular sport and recreational activity in the US.
By Maeve Rich
Unless you've undergone an experimental procedure to make your hands giant and springy, you're not going to be able to play tennis without a racquet. And once have that tennis racquet, you must follow a few steps to keep it in the game and out of the garbage.
By Jon Rineman
When you buy a new skateboard deck, you want it to last a long time. A skateboard is an investment, and taking good care of your skateboard deck will help to extend its life. 
By Maeve Rich
Don't leave home without your passport. Plan ahead, and make sure you have your passport for foreign travel.
By Anne McIlree Noble
Buying cross country skis isn't like buying downhill skis. Learn the crucial differences before you hit the ski shop.
By Maeve Rich
Swing dance history began in Harlem in the late 1920s. This style of dancing was almost doomed in its early days by dance instructors who refused to teach it.
By Cheryl Bowman
Here are 5 names you need to know for your 2010 Fantasy Baseball Draft.
By JoshW
When was hiking invented? The sport wasn't exactly invented, but it has evolved.
By Maeve Rich
Rock climbing it isn't easy to do, but you can learn how to do it. Becoming familiar with basic rock climbing techniques is an important first step to learning how to climb.
By Maeve Rich
One of the most informal sports, it's easy to make a ball for street hockey. Improvisation is the secret.
By Maeve Rich
Choosing the right size kayak paddle is important. The average length for a standard kayak paddle is 220 to 255 centimeters. A paddle that is too short for your body will have you leaning in awkward positions to try to get the most from each stroke.
By Maeve Rich
Mount Desert Island on the coast of Maine is a must see. There are a lot of beautiful and interesting places to see in New England, and you can spend your summer traveling from each to the next. However, if you'd prefer all of your vacation treats bundled up in one convenient (and gorgeous) location, your only real choice is the one place no one in our region should miss.
By Michael O'Hearn
Dribbling is one of the most basic skills in basketball, yet many aren't good at it. Here are some essential drills that should be done every day in order to become a better ball handler.
By H. C. Morrissey
Learn how to start running for fitness, and keep doing it for the psychological benefits.
By Maeve Rich
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