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article August 18, 2016

The Pentathlon: No Event Is Like It

One of the best parts of the Olympic Games is (re)discovering obscure, abstract, yet ridiculously impressive sports every four years. And no sport combines the unnecessary and amazing quite like the ironically named, tragically under-the-radar modern pentathlon. More»
Pinson article April 1, 2016

For UNC, Pinson majoring in laughter

UNC sophomore Theo Pinsons doesn't average big numbers, but his role off the court is a game-changer. He's the Tar heels' comic relief, known for his practical jokes and his ability to talk, non-stop, about anything. More»
GettyImages-503099014 article March 17, 2016

'Crazy ride' ending for UNC seniors

UNC seniors Marcus Paige and Brice Johnson are more than just teammates. They've lived together for four years and become close friends, going through the Tar Heels' ups and downs and, now, the biggest up yet, a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament. More»
pantherscelebratecropped article February 4, 2016

The Panthers Write Their Own Rules

The Carolina Panthers enjoy themselves both on and off the field -- and that's okay. It's this uniquely light-hearted culture that elevates their game and makes teammates feel like family. More»
Djokovic article January 31, 2016

No Djoke: Novak Simply the Best

It might be time to ask a question that seemed absurd just a few years ago: When all is said and done, will Novak Djokovic be considered the greatest tennis player of all time? He certainly made his case on Sunday, beating Andy Murray in the Australian Open. More»
KerberWilliams article January 30, 2016

Outback Takeout: Kerber Stuns Serena

Just one victory shy of tying Steffi Graf with 22 major titles, Serena Williams fell to the seventh-seeded Angelique Kerber, 6-4, 3-6, 6-4 in the final of the Australian Open. It was a shocking upset, but Serena said she'll learn from it. More»
AustralianOpenFinal article January 29, 2016

Serena Set To Make History

Saturday night in Australia, while most of America is still asleep, Serena Williams will try to accomplish what she couldn't last summer when all of America was watching, and win her 22nd major title. More»

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