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By Tom Fitton
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Rugby
The mere sounds of soccer brightened Nelson Mandela in his darkest, most isolated times.
Daniel Adongo is finally starting to feel comfortable with the Colts.
Amateur golfer Lydia Ko is turning pro at the age of 16 after previously foregoing more than $1 million in potential prize money.
Top-ranked amateur Lydia Ko has announced her decision to turn professional at the age of 16 after foregoing more than $1 million in potential prize money.
An undrafted free agent, Walker probably has more work to do than most, but Caps coach Adam Oates has taken notice of the 19-year-old from Sydney.
Walk around Colts training camp, and it's like taking a trip around the world.
Daniel Adongo has never played a down of American football, has watched only a few games on television and he tends to fidget with his helmet.
Rugby in America is a rare and exciting athletic spectacle, a contact sport played without pads or helmets, often with bigger hits than football. The level of athletic intensity, physical fitness and mental courage required to play rugby is considerable.
Football games at Daytona International Speedway?
South Africa's national soccer and rugby teams will play on the same day at the former World Cup showpiece stadium in Soweto to honor Nelson Mandela, bringing together the country's two most popular sports that once portrayed its racial divisions.
He didn't win a medal, but the "Blade Runner" reveled in in his Olympic moment. On Tuesday, still basking in the glow, Pistorius tweeted a photo from London of himself with eventual 400-meter gold medalist Kirani James, who asked for Pistorius' bib as a souvenir after running in the same semifinal heat.
Lee Westwood still doesn't know why his father took him to the golf course.
Never count out Oscar Pistorius.
The man who turned Jonny Wilkinson into the best kicker in world rugby could prove to be a key factor in Luke Donald's quest to end his major drought this summer.
Dmitry Orlov is the face of the Washington Capitals' future on the blue line. That face is a little dented now, as evidenced by a broken nose, but that's just another example of the defenseman's toughness and ability to be unfazed in the NHL.