Archive of: Sports

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Pushed to the Limit January/February 2017

Pushed to the Limit

When stepping up to the starting line, there are miles of terrain that could be rocky, swampy or anywhere in-between. There are obstacles to traverse and avoid, boats to paddle and bikes to pedal.

PULL! November 2016

PULL!

The sport of shooting “clay pigeons” first developed in England around the turn of the 20th century as a means to practice wing shooting.

Score! July/August 2016

Score!

The 2015-2016 school year has seen that success expand across teams and individuals who participated in the South Carolina High School League ranks.

The Art of the Angler June 2016

The Art of the Angler

Fly-fishing has a long and rich sporting heritage. Nobles, Roman soldiers and English women of refinery all had a hand in the development of the sport. Izzack Walton fished with a fly and wrote one of the sport’s early classic pieces of literature.

Batting a Thousand May 2016

Batting a Thousand

Baseball is widely considered a sport where numbers and data are meticulously dissected and careful thought is given to every pitch in every situation.

A Competitive Spirit December 2015

A Competitive Spirit

Kelly Kirtley describes the world of competitive cheerleading as fast and furious.

Carolina Legends December 2015

Carolina Legends

University of South Carolina fans know more than their fair share of football.

Tally Ho! November 2015

Tally Ho!

Crisp morning air, mist draped through the woods, the surge of the horse beneath and the sound of the hounds’ voices blending with the huntsman’s horn … it would be hard to find something not to love about foxhunting.

Rushing through the Rapids July/August 2015

Rushing through the Rapids

Sensation or thrill seeking is a personality trait defined by the need to have experiences and feelings that are varied, novel, complex and intense and by the eagerness to take risks for the sake of such experiences.

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