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Palestinian Women Behind The Wheel, And Ahead Of The Pack

Palestine might not seem like a breeding ground for race car drivers. But that hasn't stopped a group of Palestinian women from driving very fast, winning races and making a name for themselves along the way.
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Was One Skier's Underwear Too Slick?

Slovene racer Tina Maze says it's nobody else's business what she wears under her racing suit. But some competitors think her full body underwear gave her some sort of aerodynamic advantage.
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Take Your Ball And Go Home? How Dare You!

When Serena Williams said recently that she doesn't love tennis, many people gasped and clutched their pearls. When we see someone who achieved what we couldn't, says Frank Deford, we're all the more put out if they can blithely turn their back on it.
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L.A. Eyes Luring NFL Rams From St. Louis

St. Louis is hoping to hold onto the Rams, even after a dismal football season. The Rams can break their stadium lease if the city doesn't make major upgrades to the facility. St. Louis may have a hard time competing with the team's original hometown of Los Angeles, where there are two major proposals for a new stadium.
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NFL Playoffs Kept Fans Glued To The Action

The latest round of the NFL playoffs didn't disappoint. The Green Bay Packers, the team with the best record in the regular season, lost to the New York Giants. Among the other games, the New England Patriots beat the Denver Broncos.
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Patriots Stomp Broncos, But There's More

It was quite a day for NFL fans Saturday. It started with a close game and ended with a decidedly un-close game. Host Rachel Martin talks with NPR's Mike Pesca about those contests and Sunday's games.

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