If people applied the same intelligent scrutiny and research to public policy questions as they did to sports, would Team USA be doing a whole lot better?
After three decades as an editor at Harvard University, Garry Emmons now writes for a variety of publications about business, sports, international affairs and life.
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“The joy of manly contest” has become ever more bittersweet.
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Big-time soccer must evolve in order to get back to its beautiful roots.
And a modest proposal for how to fix it.
Almost as much fun as watching sports is arguing about them. In that amicably contentious spirit, Garry Emmons weighs in on an argument sports fans love to debate.
At home, he was an extraordinary parent; outside, he was one of those special individuals who single-handedly advances humanity. Remembering Dr. Héctor Abad Gómez.