Many of those who watched the Boston Marathon — even the ones who follow the sport of running — had the same question Monday: Who in the world is Sarah Sellers? This LDS nurse was essentially an anonymous runner competing against the biggest names in the sport Monday.
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Salt Lake City's Deseret News recently published a thoughtful, nicely written, but rather downbeat article about China's most popular basketball player, Jimmer Fredette. The article has many positive things to say about Jimmer, but the general tone is that Jimmer had to settle for something terribly inferior by coming to the grim and gritty land of China. As a biased China fan and a big fan of Jimmer, I think there's another perspective that ought to be considered.
At least four members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will compete in February's 2018 Pyeongchang Games.
ESPN SportsCenter anchor Scott Van Pelt paid tribute to father and former NFL football player Todd Heap and his daughter, Holly, during his “One Big Thing” segment last week. Holly died in April after a heartbreaking accident in the Heap family driveway.
If you are like me, you weren't betting on BYU beating the No.1 team in the nation in basketball. That was a mistake. As it turns out, BYU made college basketball history by upsetting Gonzaga's perfect season. But I wasn't the only one who underestimated BYU.