Category Archives: Sochi

Breaking Records Is God’s Business

  It was one of the gold-medal sweeps of all time. A good-looking California swimmer named Mark Spitz had disappointed his fans in 1968, coming out of Mexico City with one second-place prize, one third place, and one last place. … Continue reading

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No Girls Allowed!

  Have you ever had one of those terrifying dreams where you’re suddenly in something like an athletic situation way beyond what you’re capable of? I had a nocturnal nightmare once where I was suddenly on the Lakers! Woo hoo! … Continue reading

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Gold Medals For Smith Brothers

Every four years the entire planet watches television – this time from Sochi, Russia. We’re all watching snowboarders do 1440’s and ice skaters establish new speed records. Most of all, we’re rooting for a lot of U.S. medals. For more … Continue reading

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