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A New Sports Rivalry: 99 And 92-Year-Old Sprinters

February 24, 20170

There’s Yankees v. Red Sox, Ali v. Frazier, and Carolina v. Duke. Add Orville Rogers, 99, and Dixon Hemphill, 92, to that list of great rivalries. The two sprinters (yes,
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Jordan Spieth Wins U.S. Open, But Inspiration Is Drawn From A Need To Give Back

June 21, 20150

Jordan Spieth did it again, winning the U.S. Open to become the youngest player to win it since Bobby Jones in 1923. That makes it two consecutive majors for the
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P2P’s Five Most Read Stories: April 2015

May 1, 20150

It was a fun-filled April with our top stories ranging from some incredible runners to Kentucky basketball coach John Calipari making one of the best recruitment decisions of his career.
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Calling Audibles Podcast: The Life & Impact of Lauren Hill

April 22, 20150

For this, my very first podcast episode of Calling Audibles Radio, I took the show’s title literally. Originally, I was going to air an interview with former NHL standout goaltender,
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Jordan Spieth Worked For His High School Education, Penned Letter To Folks Who Made His Scholarship Possible

April 14, 20150

Jordan Spieth may have graduated from Jesuit College Prepartory School, a private all boys institution in Dallas, which now costs over $16,000 per year to attend. However, even as the
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Better Than The Green Jacket, Jordan Spieth Gets To Tell His Sister About His Win

April 13, 20150

Jordan Spieth is as real as it gets, not only on the course, but off it as well. When P2P contributor Patti Putnicki spoke with Jordan’s mother, Chris, last fall,
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Pro Kevin Streelman Has 11-Year-Old Caddie For Masters Par 3 Contest

April 8, 20150

Eleven-year-old Ethan Couch will put on a white jumpsuit Wednesday to caddie in the Masters. It sounds like a heavy load for the pre-teen to carry, but it will actually
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