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Winning Musher Is Oldest Champion In Iditarod History

Mitch Seavey is 53. His son Dallas holds the record as the youngest musher to win the race. He was 25 when his team finished the 1,000-mile course first in 2012.
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School Bands Should Not Be Entertainment Adjunct For Sports

For commentator Frank Deford, it seems unfair that students who pursue other extracurricular talents — like music — should be placed in a subsidiary position to their classmates who happen to play sports.
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Four Area Schools Still Hold March Madness Hopes

Georgetown is the only lock for the NCAA men's basketball tournament this month, with three more schools holding out hope that they can play their in.

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The 'Pre-Gripe': How NCAA Seeds Its Tournaments

March Madness bracketing will begin next Sunday when the NCAA selects the top teams to compete for the championship. NPR's Mike Pesca talks with host Rachel Martin about the flaws of that process.
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Half Blind, All Baseball Pitcher

In 2006, right-handed pitcher Juan Sandoval was accidentally blinded in his right eye when he was shot as an innocent bystander. Now Sandoval is back pitching, trying out for the Tampa Bay Rays. Host Scott Simon talks with him.
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Second Claim Of Sexual Misconduct Against Former U.S. Olympic Speedskater

The former president of US Speedskating has been accused of sexual misconduct by two former skaters, who say they were in their teens at the time. Gabel has stepped down from his positions in the sport's regulatory bodies and denies there were any incidences of abuse.

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