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Fantasy sports are more skill-based than real ones.
How a “speed gene” test is stirring up horse racing and athletics.
Alex Honnold doesn’t experience fear like the rest of us.
Why we get off on the game—and are better off for it.
Sacred beliefs likely arose out of prehistoric bonding and rituals.
Two philosophers debate the ethics of performance enhancement.
Sports don’t survive their cultures of origin if they resist modern measurement.
How identical twins Mike and Bob Bryan serve science.
In alpinism, supplemental oxygen is a matter of safety—but some say it’s doping.
Robots competing in open, physical environments produce familiar behaviors.
Shattering preconceptions about players isn’t all about the numbers.
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