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bowling pin
July 14, 2017
Bowling may be the sport that made Milwaukee famous. But it was another Wisconsin town that supplied a key ingredient to the sport – the pins.
Gymnast on a German Wheel
July 11, 2017
Just over a decade ago a niche sport rolled into Madison. In Europe and specifically Germany it has become a national phenomenon.  Here in the United States, not so much. However, two Wisconsin athletes are changing that perception. The German Wheel can best be described as a giant hamster wheel. Discover how Jeremy Perkins and Carly Schuna are helping to make Madison a mecca for German Wheel.
February 3, 2017
Rhinelander today has a fairly well known cross country ski program in its schools. But skiing has waxed and waned through the years.
January 20, 2017
You’ve probably seen ice skaters, hockey players, snowmobiles, and even zipping across the ice. But what about motorcycles? Ron Davis takes us inside the ice racing scene.
UW Polo
January 18, 2017
Polo star Alyssa Daniels battles in a competition described as the “Sport of Kings.” A fierce competitor on a horse named “Breeze”, Alyssa swings into action in a sport most people never even knew existed at the University of Wisconsin.
November 30, 2016
People do yoga for many reasons. For Ellery Lawry, yoga provided the grounding she needed in a new town.
November 11, 2016
There are few things that Green Bay fans like better than to show their Packer Pride at road games. Whether we’re invading Soldier Field or mixing it up with Saints fans under the freeway near the Superdome, we Packer fans travel well.  
Basketball Grandpa
November 3, 2016
Joel Schultz records all of his grandson’s high school basketball games, even after a series of major health setbacks. His determination has helped hundreds of families relive their favorite basketball memories.
Wisconsin Life #407: “Past and Present”
November 2, 2016
Meet a Milwaukee street artist, the Wollersheim wine maker, a loving grandpa from Rosendale, and a UW-Stout professor who designed his own video game.
November 2, 2016
The Brewers may have had a losing record this year, but it wasn’t always this way. Historian John Gurda recalls his lifelong love of baseball and the 1957 that defined a baseball loving childhood.

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