Now that baseball and softball has been whacked for the 2012 Olympics, let's turn the scythe on some other activities that need to go.
The awarding of the 2012 Games to London has already turned into New York's rejection of the Olympics, not the other way around.
Steve Prefontaine remains a significant, and haunting, figure in U.S. track channels, just because he is. If you have to ask why, you're way behind the curve.
Without question, Lance Armstrong retires as the greatest cyclist ever, but unfairly or not, the questions still linger about how he did it.
The good folks at Wheaties overlooked some worthy contenders to represent the Breakfast of Champions.
With the Games barely weeks away, the Greek Olympic Committee must market this puppy as never before.
Playing the Olympic Games on Hades' home turf may not have been such a bright idea after all.
Red, white and blue? Sorry, Emeka. Try orange and blue -- the Charlotte Bobcats' colors.
Marion Jones is one of the few who has dared to take this fight public, but Victor Conte is the one in control.
Jacques Rogge called Marion Jones "technically innocent." The sprinter calls the IOC chief "extremely ignorant."
Andy Roddick wants an Olympic gold medal, but he could serve his country well at Paris, not Athens.
New Yorkers may know how to get things done on the sly, but they won't be able to sweet-talk their way to Olympic host.
Let the 100-day countdown begin on the first Summer Games of the Era of Terror.
The Olympic torch relay will be taking the scenic route between Ancient Olympia and Athens.
One of sports' greatest historical treasures, the device that was whacked across Nancy Kerrigan's knee, may be lost forever.