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|Gladwell on Sports|
Interested in reading some of Malcolm Gladwell's New Yorker articles
that are directly related to sports? Check these out, at his Web site:
September 10, 2001
THE SPORTING SCENE
To beat the competition, first you have to beat the drug test.
August 21 & 28, 2000
The Art of Failure
Why some people choke and others panic
August 2, 1999
REPORTER AT LARGE
The Physical Genius
What do Wayne Gretzky, Yo-Yo Ma, and a brain surgeon have in common?
May 19, 1997
DEPT. OF DISPUTATION
The Sports Taboo
Why blacks are like boys and whites are like girls.
|Gladwell says the Eagles should try a no-huddle offense to get New England out of its comfort zone.|
|Too much film study may not be a good thing for McNabb.|
|Who does Manning check out when he scans the defense?|