Russia's Newest Sensation the Talk at the 2004 U.S. OpenAmit Sura M'08
The William sisters, Roddick, Capriati, and Agassi were all in action this year at the U.S. Open. But lets be honest, I did not take the four hour Chinatown bus and half and hour subway ride to Flushing Meadows to see them in action. I was there to see Russia's latest sensation and model, Maria Sharapova, deemed the new Anna Kournikova but who actually knows what to do with her tennis racket.
The Head of the CharlesJonathan Zelken M'07
On October 23 and 24, Boston will be alive in the spirit of sport and tradition. For forty years, the last weekend of October has attracted an upwards of thirty thousand spectators to the banks of the Charles. From novices to the world-class, most competitive rowers have at one point or another experienced The Race of the fall season in Boston. The race welcomes high school entries, club entries, university entries, and international entries; the victors are world champions in every right. Events include the single, the pair, the double, the quad, the four, and the eight; there are heavy and lightweight classes, different age classes, and races designed for the physically challenged.