Thursday, August 22, 2019
Last night’s Olympic gold medal for an American ice dancing duo brought one more honor for the Jewish contingent.
There has been for some time a persisting stereotype of the un-athletic and weak Jew.
Thanks to a memorabilia collector, clearly taking Herzl’s words to heart—If you will it, it is no dream—a Jewish baseball museum is at last a reality.
Nate Robinson, a three-time winner of the NBA’s Slam Dunk Contest despite standing only 5-9, agreed to play for the Israeli basketball team Hapoel Tel Aviv.
Israel’s cycling team will cover the route Italian champion cyclist Gino Bartali took secretly during World War II to save Jews escaping from Nazis.
20 years ago LeBron James walked onto a JCC hardwood court and changed the game of basketball forever.
The Jewish state is enjoying something of an influx of NBA players, thanks to an initiative of pro-player Omri Casspi to fight the boycott Israel movement.
The Patriots will have a moment of silence for slain American yeshiva student Ezra Schwartz prior to their Monday Night Football game against the Bills.
When the 2016 Olympic Games open here on Friday evening, Israel will proudly show off its largest delegation ever, with 47 athletes competing in 17 sports.
What basketball team wouldn't want a visit from a pageant winner?

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