Paragliders flocked to Sun Valley, Idaho for the World Cup Paragliding Championships. ‘Only A Game’s’ Sadie Babits reports on the feelings, tactics, and dangers of the sport.
In June, kids from around the country gathered in Los Angeles to show off their reading and writing skills…in Braille. It was like a Spelling Bee, except for blind children. KCRW’s Avishay Artsy attended the event.
Many men do yoga, but the simple fact is that most do not … and aren’t planning to anytime soon. Enter: Broga a yoga class designed for, well … bros. Only A Game’s Doug Tribou had never tried yoga … until now.
Kentucky has given the word dainty a whole new meaning. Every summer, the Louisville’s Schnitzelburg neighborhood hosts the Dainty World Championships, in which participants play a game that requires two pieces of wood, an empty street and some serious hand-eye coordination. Anne Marshall has the story.
In 1896, America’s first public beach was established in Revere, a working class city five miles north of Boston. More than 100 years later, the beach is enjoying a revitalization, thanks in part to the annual Revere Beach National Sand Sculpting Festival. Only A Game’s Karen Given has our story.
Mike Simpson and Will Rich made their way from Key West, Fl. to Portland, Maine via paddle boat last summer to raise money and awareness for the Wounded Warrior Project. The journey took the men four months, and Bill Littlefield met with them when they reunited with their loved ones in Maine.
The saying goes “If you build it, they will come.” But one group dedicated to raising awareness about type 1 diabetes has built replicas of famous ballparks and they’re bringing them to you … for a game of Wiffle Ball. Only A Game’s Doug Tribou has our story.
The U.S. women’s soccer team is one of the most popular teams in the country, yet two separate pro leagues have folded. So what chances does professional ultimate have? Karen Given has the story.
Every year on a spring Sunday in Paterson, New Jersey a group of bikers gathers. You might think the Hells Angels are taking over the town, but as Dave Grunebaum reports, they’re more like the the God Squad.
If you want to go where everybody knows your name, try the USA Memory Championship, held each March in New York City. They’ll even teach you how to do it. Only A Game’s Karen Given has our story.