It’s been half a year since Lance Armstrong gave up his fruitless battle to preserve a name that simply could not be cleared, and now that we have rightly sullied his name, burned his merchandise and actually begun to sue his Livestrong charity to get our money back, it seems as though there is nothing…
It will takes time to build something that will last. The U.S. soccer team’s win over a German B team last Sunday wasn’t enough to make up for it’s loss to Belgium four days earlier, and the national team continues to tread water. While fans demand short-term success, it is a long-term vision that is really needed.
If he is introducing innovations to the American game that will resonate throughout the entire youth system, we probably won’t be able to tell the difference for at least a decade, probably more.
Julia Landauer ’14, a 21-year-old professional racecar driver and Stanford undergraduate, recently took part in “Survivor: Caramoan,” the latest installation in the long-running reality series. Landauer sat down with The Daily to talk about being voted off the show, her lack of screen time, being compared to the flavor vanilla and the possibility of a return appearance.
Julia Landauer ’14, a 21-year-old professional race car driver and Stanford undergraduate, spoke with The Daily about competing on the latest season of the long-running reality series “Survivor”
Julia Landauer ’14 is not your typical college student: when she was 10 years old, she started racing go-karts. By age 13, her ambition and talent provoked her to branch out into racing cars. And a year later at age 14, Landauer became the first female and the youngest driver to win the Skip…
Freshman Julia Landauer takes it to the track at Nascar’s Drive for Diversity for a chance to work with the Revolution Racing team.
I am currently sitting in Denver International Airport waiting for an offensively delayed flight back to the Stanford area, and I am pissed off. In my rage, I have found inspiration for my column: the things in sports that I hate, and I’m not just looking at you, Cal.