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UN: Let Olympic Flame Shine as a Beacon to Human Solidarity

This week the world will gather in PyeongChang, Republic of Korea, for the Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games, unified in what United Nations Secretary-General Guterres called the Olympic Spirit: in solidarity; mutual respect; and friendly competition.

Djelloul (Del) Marbrook (Editor/Mentor)The Pure Chanciness Of Life - Sports news needs to be reconsidered. Some of journalism’s classiest writers appear not in the op-ed pages but in the sports section.
SOP newswireAcademy grad named 2006 MWC male student-athlete - U.S. AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. (AFPN) -- U.S. Air Force Academy 2006 graduate Matt Karmondy was honored as the Mountain West Conference Male Student-Athlete of the Year.
SOP newswireYoung Football Players are World Cup Revels - Washington -- It is a very tense time for many football players attending the World Cup matches in Germany.
SOP newswireGOAL! GOAL! GOAL! GOAL! GOAL United Nations Children’s Fund - While the planet’s top soccer players score goals for their national teams in the World Cup on the playing fields of Germany, the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) today teamed up with the sport’s governing body to score one for the world’s youngsters, kicking off a campaign to promote human values on websites, videos and in print.
SOP newswireAcademy javelin star adds to her trophy shelf - A 2006 U.S. Air Force Academy graduate was named the Female Field Event Athlete of the Year for the Mountain Region, officials from the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association announced June 1. Dana Pounds, a newly commissioned second lieutenant, will look to defend her national title at the NCAA Championships
SOP newswireIndy 500 Weekend Kicks Off With Parade Featuring Military - Before drivers start their engines today to run the 90th Indianapolis 500, another long-standing tradition had people on their feet yesterday.
Peter GiordanoTroubles with T.O. - SOP Reporter's response to Terrell Owens and his new book on his troubles as an Eagle.
Peter GiordanoThe New York Knicks. - NBA- I am going to try and assess the franchise we like to call the New York Knicks. The trading deadline has come and gone. Once again, we find ourselves scratching our heads for another puzzling trade/signing by Isiah Thomas.
Peter GiordanoDestiny in Big D? - The Dallas Mavericks continue their surge to top the Western Conference.
Gretchen RossWinter Olympic Profile 2006 - The 2006 Olympics started off with a bang on Feb. 10 featuring eye-popping spectacles and performances from none other than Italian opera super star Luciano Pavarotti during the opening ceremonies in Torino, Italy.
Maria MarchiselloWhen Tomatos Fly - Teenage snowboarder Shaun White, The Flying Tomato, overcomes a heart defect and an attack of nerves to win Olympic gold.
Brandon JenningsSteroids In West Virginia - Anti-estrogens come in many forms, and most are legal. The most common form of anti-estrogen is pill form and it can be purchased over the Internet from sites like bodybuilding.com or impactnutrition.com.
Nick PaulyTiming may be Mal-Factor for World Baseball Classic - With the World Baseball Classic starting in early March, what effect will its timing have on the baseball world?
Todd WoodT. Wood's Sport Show host, Todd Wood sits down with Tommy Lasorda - After a brief career as a left-handed pitcher, Tommy Lasorda became one of the most enthusiastic and successful managers in baseball history. Known for his fondness of pasta and pitching, the jovial Lasorda led the Dodgers to eight division titles and two World Championships in 21 seasons as manager. After his retirement, he became a Dodgers
Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)Todd Wood interviews Arturo Gatti for the American Perspective Radio Program - Todd Wood catches up with Arturo Gatti as he prepares for his fight in Atlantic City in January 2005.
Jermaine UwahiriweGiants Fall! - Africa knows now all five nations that will be represented in the next world cup in Germany.
Andrew TyndallBonds is Not a Factor, but Pujols Still Not a MVP - Barry Bonds is back after missing most of the season while recovering from knee surgery but Albert Pujols may come up short again in the race for the MVP voting after finishing second to Bonds the last three seasons.
Justin LimbertyOhio Observes the Winged Beauty of Fall - As summer begins to shimmer down, the light of fall grows in intensity, its presence advancing upon us.
Jermaine UwahiriweLance Armstrong Stays Strong - Lance Armstrong, the cycling champion, recently ousted as a cheater and treated as a king of a banned blood booster, still stands firm on his innocence protestation.
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