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Managing the costs of sports

Whether it's training for a triathlon or getting the kids to little league, recreational sports are a big part of our lives. But these activities--and the costs—have to be managed.

In the following articles, Chase looks at the many ways we spend money on sports and how to make smart money decisions.

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How to meet the rising costs for student athletes

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What it takes to get your kid ready for tennis

If you have an aspiring tennis star, plan carefully. Lessons, camps and gear should be seen as smart and fun investments.

Five ways to save money on winter sports

Winter sports can take a bite out of your budget. Here are some ways to save money while still staying active.

How to manage the costs of a triathlon

If you're considering a triathlon for the first time, here's a look at what you'll need to budget for.

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