If the Rio de Janeiro Olympics were held today, the United States would win the most medals — and the most golds. And American swimmer Michael Phelps would collect five more gold medals and a bronze, bringing his overall total to 28 with a career gold-medal haul of 23.
David Brown, 23, was once one of the kids at the Children’s Center for the Visually Impaired. The Trolley Run, to be held Sunday, is a fundraiser for the center. Brown’s advice to parents of visually impaired or disabled children: “You’ve got to let them flap their wings.”
Unlike Pharoah-phever a year ago, Nyquist-mania hasn't yet struck in the days leading to the Kentucky Derby. It might by next Saturday night if the undefeated colt ends up in the winner's circle at Churchill Downs.
Mark Curp set the world record in the half-marathon in 1985 and retained the American record for the following 22 years. After a diagnosis of lymphoma, Curp is currently in remission and is returning to running.
Distance runner Mark Curp returns to running after lymphoma