After competing in five Olympic Games, 56-year-old Butch Johnson's peers hail him as a superman in the world of archery. But Johnson says he's more of a Clark Kent. His two Olympic medals are stored under a sink, and he spends his days managing an archery range in Connecticut.
The Los Angeles Dodgers opened their home season Tuesday. The baseball team has new ownership and faces a number of challenges — including luring fans back to a stadium where a visiting Giants fan was beaten nearly to death last year.
U.S. beach volleyball star Kerri Walsh is honing her game for the 2012 Summer Olympics, where she and playing partner Misty May-Treanor hope to continue a streak of dominance that goes back to 2004. One thing that might help, she says, is her new sponsorship deal with Pampers.
The manager of the Miami Marlins, Ozzie Guillen, apologized for comments praising Fidel Castro on Tuesday. Guillen has been suspended for five games because of the remarks. He now says he'll do whatever he can to repair relations with angry Cuban-Americans.
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