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Broadcast Sports Pioneer Bob Wolff Shares His Archive

Broadcaster Bob Wolff, 92, witnessed many historic moments in sports during his 74-year career. He has donated more than 1,000 hours of his broadcasts to the Library of Congress.
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Soccer Referee Dies, One Week After Being Felled By Punch

A soccer referee who was punched by a player after calling a foul on him during a recreation soccer game in Utah died Saturday night, one week after he sustained the injury. The suspect, 17, who received a yellow card penalty from referee Ricardo Portillo, was arrested Monday.
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Sports: Comebacks In Basketball Playoffs

Host Rachel Martin speaks with NPR's Mike Pesca about his take on the latest sports news.
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Odds Favorite Orb Wins Muddy 139th Kentucky Derby

It's Derby Day in Kentucky, where days and weeks of anticipation will culminate in a race that lasts just over two minutes. When the starting gates open at 6:24 p.m. EDT, 19 horses will race on a wet Kentucky Derby track.
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Sports: From Basketballs To Racing Horses

Host Scott Simon speaks with Howard Bryant of ESPN about the latest sports news.
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Confessions Of A Kentucky Derby Gate-Crasher

Stephen Johnstone started celebrating --uninvited — with the winning families and jockeys in 1963. In his 18 times sneaking into the festivities, he's never been caught. Johnstone always has an accomplice, and a persona. Once you're past the gate, he says, your job is to share the joy of the moment.

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