Nov. 5, 2001
One For the Ages
A day after the Arizona Diamondbacks beat the New York Yankees in a nail-biting game seven of the World Series, Jim Lehrer discusses this most magnificent World Series with sports commentator and author John Feinstein.
Oct. 31, 2001
Tom Bearden reports on how officials are rethinking Olympic security for the Winter Games in Salt Lake City.
Oct. 9, 2001
A New Ball Game
Lee Hochberg reports on the Seattle Mariners as baseball begins its post-season playoffs, at the close of a very unusual season.
Aug. 2, 2001
After a Kwame Holman background report on the heat stroke death of a football player, Terence Smith interviews NFL veteran Bob Golic; and Dr. Art Kellerman, chairman of Emergency Medicine at Emory University's School of Medicine.
July 30, 2001
Tour de Force
After a Spencer Michels background report, Jim Lehrer discusses Lance Armstrong's third consecutive Tour de France victory with Bicycling Magazine editor Bill Strickland and former professional cyclist Ron Kiefel.
July 13, 2001
The International Olympic Committee awards the 2008 Olympics to Beijing.
July 10, 2001
Olympic Picks: Human Rights Abuses and China
Should human rights abuses bar China from hosting the 2008 Olympic games?
July 9, 2001
Dollars, Dunks and Diplomas
Gwen Ifill discusses the prospect of reforming college athletics.
May 4, 2001
Conversation: Sea Biscuit
On the eve of the Kentucky Derby, Terence Smith talks with Laura Hillenbrand, author of "Sea Biscuit: An American Legend," a book about the famous racehorse.
April 9, 2001
Tiger Wood's Triumph
Terence Smith talks with sports writer John Feinstein and Golf World executive editor Ron Sirak about the latest victory and exceptional career of Tiger Woods.
Feb. 19, 2001
Death of a Champion: Dale Earnhardt
Terence Smith discusses the life and death of NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt with Csaba Csere, Editor-in-Chief of Car and Driver Magazine.
Feb. 2, 2001
The Hard Sell: The Superbowl
Paul Solman reports on the advertising explosion surrounding the Superbowl.
Jan. 5, 2001
Parents who take their children's athletics too seriously contribute to a growing number of criminal assaults and at least one death.