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Get the Most out of Your Park City Vacation With the Epic Ski Pass

Whether you’re a first time rider or a seasoned snow veteran, there is no better way to hit the slopes out west than with an Epic ski passThe epic pass gives riders access to over 32,000 acres of  winter fun and features 22 of the world’s best known mountains.

Participating Mountains and Resorts

Hit the slopes all winter long and enjoy unlimited access to Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone, Park City, Canyons, Heavenly, Northstar, Kirkwood, Afton Alps, Mt. Brighton, and Arapahoes Basin. Traveling abroad? The pass also includes 5 days of riding at Niseko United in Japan, and and 5 days in Verbier and 3 Vallees in Switzerland and France. Continue reading “Get the Most out of Your Park City Vacation With the Epic Ski Pass” »

Christmas Gifts for Bowlers

Tis the season for gift giving! While Santa is busy making a list, checking it twice, and finding out who’s naughty and nice, you should be making a list and checking it twice for bowling enthusiasts because we’ve compiled a list of gifts they would love to find under the Christmas tree or in their stocking! Since everyone else on your list won’t be as fun to shop for, make your life easy and give them an e gift card!

Bowling Pin Cocktail Shaker


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5 Most Popular American Gymnasts

American women gymnastsOne of the most-viewed sports in the Olympics, women’s gymnastics have always stunned audiences because of the difficult but graceful performances by young gymnasts. Let’s revisit the past Olympic Games and look at the five women who shook the balance on earth because of their powerful acrobatic moves.


1. Mary Lou Retton

Competing at the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles, Mary Lou Retton is the first female gymnast outside of Eastern Europe to win the competition’s all-around title. She won the gold medal after achieving a perfect score of 10 in the vault, the competition’s final event. She also competed in individual and team competitions and won two silver and two bronze medals.

With her wide and welcoming smile, she soared to stardom and became America’s sweetheart. She appeared in many commercial endorsements, making her a household name.

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5 Unique 5k Races

A few of my running buddies and I are going to run a Color Run 5k this summer, where runners wear white outfits and are bombarded by color dust throughout the run, so that by the end each participant is a sweaty rainbow. It sounds like a ton of fun and it has me thinking- what other crazy runs are out there? So I did a bit of research and here are 5 of the craziest, most fun races in existence today.

1. The Runyon

This unique 5k takes places entirely within Yankee Stadium in New York. Runners travel through concourses, ramps, and a whole lot of stairs before they do a victory lap on the field’s warning track. Start times are staggered, but this still ends up being a pretty tight fit for the 4,000 participants. Even so, this race is a very cool experience for baseball fans. Proceeds go to the Damon Runyon Cancer Research Foundation.

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Top Five Sports in the World: Popularity Wise

soccerAs much as most Americans would like to think that Football (American football, that is) or baseball make a huge dent in what the world considers to be a popular sport, upon doing some research, they will find that they are very much mistaken. Although baseball does rank in the top five, American football isn’t even on the list at all. So then, what are the top five sports in the entire world? Brace yourself. You may be a little surprised.

1. Football (aka, Soccer)
Not to be confused with football in the United States, soccer is the number one sport worldwide. Although it lacks popularity in the U.S. today, it thrives greatly in other nations.

2. Cricket
I know what you’re thinking, “Seriously?” Yes, I’m serious. In the past few years, it has gained more popularity than it has ever held before; therefore, making it highly competitive with soccer for popularity.

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Hockey Fans Give A Big “Boo Hoo” to Football

BettmanThat’s right. A big “boo hoo” is what a lot of hockey fans gave to football when they heard about the NFL referee lockout. In case you don’t know, the NHL, or National Hockey League, is in a lockout right now and it’s unsure whether there will be a hockey season. Not surprisingly, a lot of fans are upset and are keeping their fingers crossed that things will work out.

The NFL referee lockout has spurred a lot of controversy. Replacement referees were called in and the games went on. However, this elicited a lot of media attention and complaints. The football fans still get their games while the hockey fans only hope they will. Some hockey fans think football fans need to stop complaining.

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Overview of Troy Polamalu

Troy PalamaluTroy Aumua Polamalu (born Troy Aumua on April 19, 1981 in Garden Grove, California) is a representative American football forceful safety for the Pittsburgh Steelers of the National Football League. He was prepared in the first throughout (sixteenth overall) of the 2003 NFL Draft by the Steelers. He played college football at the University of Southern California.

College career
Troy Polamalu used his first year at USC as a backup where he became a hybrid performer, playing at both safety positions. While he was simply a backup performer at the time, Polamalu immobile organized his tag in the eight sporting activities he played in, collecting couple pouches, couple compelled fumbles and blocking a punt. He would become a full-time starter at the forceful safety placement the pursuing year, earning All-Pac-10 honorable cite honors later completing second on the team with 83 tackles and securing the team for the lead in interceptions with two.

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The List! Who Could Forget The List?

sports card list software screenshotAnyone remember the old Sports Card Lists software? That baby was boss, but apparently it’s gone the way of the dodo. For those nostalgic amongst us, peeps the specs:

Keep Track of Your Sports Player Card Collection and Want List

These Sports Card Player Checklists for individual players list
each card that was published for the specific player, from the earliest available to the current year.
All the major sports card brands (e.g. Bowman, Donruss, Fleer, Score, Topps, etc.) are listed.
Checklists for players in all the major sports (Baseball, Basketball, Football, and Hockey) are available.
Check out our Catalog Page to see the Player Checklists currently available.
(Others available upon request)

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