The Chicago Cubs’ last playoff appearance was in 2008. Their last World Series title happened in 1908. Desperate times call for desperate measures. And on Monday, the Cubs unveiled an unexpected offseason acquisition. Only A Game’s Doug Tribou reports.
At the Sedan Chair Race in Hong Kong, awards go to more than just the teams that finish fastest. Only A Game’s Charlie Schroeder has our story.
Every year the police chiefs of Bethlehem and Bethlehem Township in Pennsylvania compete to see who can throw a Christmas tree the farthest. The same guy won the competition for two straight years, but in speaking with both contestants, Bill Littlefield learns that’s really not the point.
Roller derby used to be rigged. Today’s competitors say their sport is on the up-and-up. And despite the sports history as a ladies-only pursuit, Bill Littlefield recently took in match-up pitting an all-male squad against a crew of women ready to rumble.
Libby Hanna, President of the American Gerbil Society, discusses the New England Gerbil Show with Bill Littlefield.
Christmas carols are taken very seriously in Coral Gables, Fla. So seriously, in fact, caroling has turned into a competition. Phil Latzman has our story.
Tough Mudder is one of a growing number of adventure races, but are participants being put at unnecessary risk? After the death of a participant in April, Elliott Woods looked into Tough Mudder safety standards for Outside Magazine. He shares his findings with Bill.
The oldest Turkey Trot in the country, actually the oldest continually run footrace in North America, is in Buffalo, N.Y. Bill speaks with Kathy Romanowski of YMCA Buffalo-Niagara.
Poochy pet? Look no further than the K9 Fit Club, where you and your pet can workout together for “pawsitive” benefits. Only A Game’s Karen Given spoke with Tricia Montgomery, president and founder of K9 Fit Club.
Steve Biondolillo was an accomplished wrestler. He is being inducted into the National Wrestling Hall of Fame, but not for his contributions to the sport. Biondolillo spoke with Bill Littlefield about his work to revolutionize the charity walk-a-thon.