A new meaning for grueling: UI alum tackles World Tri

UI alumnus Charlie Wittmack is back in the United States for a scheduled rest period during his quest to complete a World Triathlon. One thousand miles on bike, 975 miles running, and a 29,000 foot climb to the summit of Mount Everest still await in Asia.

Men’s hoops blown out by top-ranked Buckeyes

Wednesday’s contest against No. 1 Ohio State was supposed to be redemption for Iowa’s five-point loss to the Buckeyes earlier in the season, but ended up being just another lopsided loss.

Commentary: Bonus points determine if Iowa wrestling is a contender

Bonus points are vital to winning wrestling meets. That may seem like an elementary and obvious statement, but when Iowa runs into similarly formidable opponents, bonus points determine the outcome.

In-state swimmers go from high school rivals to college teammates

Jordan Huff and Ryan Phelan developed as swimmers after competing in high school and now college.

Bluder nabs first 2012 commit

Kali Peschel, a point guard from Sauk Centre, Minn., will join the Iowa women’s basketball team in 2012.

Point/Counterpoint: Who will win the NFC Championship Game?

Bears or Packers — two staffers debate.

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