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  • The Fundamentals of Return of Serve
    The Fundamentals of Return of Serve

    If you can't break when receiving serve, you're in for a very long day. Here's how to take an offensive approach to service return

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  • VIDEO: Chasing Olympic Gold With American Gwen Jorgensen
    VIDEO: Chasing Olympic Gold With American Gwen Jorgensen

    Watch current world number one, American Gwen Jorgensen, train in Spain's northern Basque region of Vitoria.

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  • Le Tour de France: Top 4 Green Jersey Contenders
    Le Tour de France: Top 4 Green Jersey Contenders

    While riders climb the mountains for their shot at the maillot jaune, other riders will sprint for the tape at their shot to don g

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  • 5 Fun Races to Get Kids Moving
    5 Fun Races to Get Kids Moving

    Next time you run a race, make the memory even more special by crossing the finish line with your child at one of these kid-friend

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  • Fun is not a Four Letter Word
    Fun is not a Four Letter Word

    In youth sports these days, there is a new four-letter word in the minds of some competitive sports folks, fun. The mere thought t

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  • How to Read a Map
    How to Read a Map

    The GPS is your best friend, but without reception it's not much help. Learn how to read a map so you can navigate on your camping

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  • The Power Stance for the Power Drive
    The Power Stance for the Power Drive

    Mike Dobbyn, the winner of the longest drive competition at the 2011 "Mesquite Shootout" in Tempe, Arizona, hit the ball 409 yards

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  • Chicago Lakefront: A Runner's Paradise
    Chicago Lakefront: A Runner's Paradise

    Next time you're in Chicago, tour the Windy City with a lakefront run. From Navy Pier to Soldier Field and back, you'll see Chicag

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  • 6 Tips for Camping with Kids
    6 Tips for Camping with Kids

    Your kids might not love camping right off the bat. These tips will help create a positive experience.

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  • How to Become a Year-Round Cycling Fan
    How to Become a Year-Round Cycling Fan

    Just because the Tour de France is over doesn't mean you have to pack up your bike until next July.

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