The 1,000 Mile Club in Marin County, California, is not a typical running club. Many of its members are serving life sentences. This week on Only A Game, running the San Quentin Prison Marathon. Also, a story about a father and son — and learning how to pass on a love of baseball. And, an Arab-Israeli brother and sister advocate for peace on and off the tennis court. Join us!
Latest Show: Free Throw Record, Homeless Super Bowl Alum, Nobel Prize And Hoops
March Madness is here, and brackets will be busted by shots from the free throw line. This week on Only A Game, the story of a free throw attempt that didn't have any NCAA tournament implications. It mattered a great deal more. Also, the story of a Super Bowl alum who was living under a bridge and the photographer who found him. And, the tale of two Nobel Prize-winning scientists who bonded through sports. Join us!
Latest Show: Hockey Stories From A Goal Scorer, Enforcer And Fan
This week on Only A Game, stories from the world of ice hockey. Wayne Gretzky gets a lesson from an employee at the Hockey Hall of Fame. The story of an NHL enforcer who didn't want to fight. And a retired English professor recalls an encounter 70 years ago with a hockey pro on the neighborhood ice. Join us!
Exercise in a pill? It exists. And New Yorker writer Nicola Twilley recently got hold of some. This week on Only A Game, the quest to make a drug that could replace exercise. Also, U.S. cross-country skier Jennie Bender opens up about life on the edge of Olympic qualification. And the story of Oskana Masters, who went from a Ukrainian orphanage to representing the U.S. at the Paralympics. Join us!
Latest Show: N. Korea's Rival 'Olympics,' Socceroos In Saigon, U.S. Goalie Vs. Hitler
After South Korea was awarded the 1988 Summer Olympics, North Korean leaders decided to boycott and host their own event. This week on Only A Game, the story of Pyongyang's 1989 World Festival of Youth Students. Plus, looking back on the Australian men's soccer team's trip to Saigon during the Vietnam War. And the tale of the U.S. hockey goalie who stood up to Hitler at the 1936 Olympics. Join us!