At 66, Peel wears her veteran’s stripes well. She has been playing for Liverpool Rangers Soccer Club in New South Wales, Australia, over the last 27 years. Talk about a groovy grandma.
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Shaquille O’Neal paid for a stranger’s engagement ring at Zales this week. It’s the latest example of O’Neal’s random acts of kindness, well-documented over the years, including his time in Orlando (more on that in a bit).
Blair, who pitched for the Peoria Redwings in the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League in the 1940s, is one of the leaders in a movement to establish a museum that honors women in baseball.
Graham Nesbitt always provided the extra, special touch at the local skating arena in Seaforth, Ontario. His hard work left a lasting impression that would save his life.
David Kindred’s press credentials reflect a fabulous life well-lived. He isn’t just a sportswriter. He is a storyteller, and a damn good one.
At 101, Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt is America’s favorite face of the tournament. As with previous games, she’ll join Loyola-Chicago as the team chaplain for the opening tipoff this Friday.
JD Motes loves surfing, foiling, wind surfing and paddle boarding. In fact, when it comes to the stand-up paddle board, even though he’s 69 years old, Motes is a rock star.
Charles Dasher is living a life he never even dreamed of, reconnecting with nature and himself.
Gil Walton was born and raised in Live Oak, he currently lives in Lakeland and for the past nine decades, he has spent as much time as possible just up the road in Homosassa.
Will Tiger Woods be able to climb back to the top of the mountain again after suffering serious leg injuries in an automobile accident on Tuesday?
Meet Taeden Johnson, a 12-year-old from Athens, Georgia. He was given two tickets for Sunday’s game courtesy of Atlanta Falcons defensive tackle Grady Jarrett and the NFL. It was a great gift and gesture under devastating circumstances.
On Sunday morning, Moore will rise up early again for work, participating in his fifth Super Bowl, this time as an assistant with the Tampa Bay Bucs.