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Chase Elliott Chase on the case Monster Energy Cup wunderkind Chase Elliott, at 21 one of the series’ fast-rising stars, desperately needs a win.
Massage Envy's 10-player staff includes Stenson, Brandt Snedeker and Justin Thomas, the wunderkind who enters this week's BMW Championship at Conway Farms about as hot as the Cleveland Indians.
Minnesota Gophers football under wunderkind first-year coach P.J. Fleck is experiencing a marketing revival and an identity makeover.
From wunderkind folknik to rock genius/jokerman, brokenhearted songsmith to road-hound country rocker, Dylan had worn many hats.
The defense, highlighted by wunderkind shortstop Francisco Lindor, is among the best in the circuit.
Nakamura, the Japanese wunderkind who opened his first ramen spot in Tokyo 17 years ago at the tender age of 22, recently set up shop in NYC's Lower East Side.
In one segment, Miranda -- who created a Broadway phenomenon based on the birth of the United States -- competes with American history wunderkind Macey Hensley in a founding fathers history trivia game.
For Rooney, the wunderkind who grew up to be the top scorer in England national team history, the return to Everton is the perfect conclusion to a career that is grinding to a halt.
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