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Avocados for dessert? Yes, please! Make this super easy vegan-friendly avocado cheesecake that tastes oh-so-good.

Avocados for dessert? Yes, please! Make this super easy vegan-friendly avocado cheesecake that tastes oh-so-good.

OLYMPIICS: Antwerp, Belgium - 1920 | Medals: 1st United States, 95; 2nd Sweden, 64

OLYMPIICS: Antwerp, Belgium - 1920 | Medals: 1st United States, 95; 2nd Sweden, 64

MARATHON: Photo shows John Joseph Hayes who won the gold medal in the 1908 summer Olympics marathon event.

MARATHON: Photo shows John Joseph Hayes who won the gold medal in the 1908 summer Olympics marathon event.

OLYMPICS: In the 1904 St. Louis Games, hometown boy George Eyser, who lost his left leg as a youth after it was run over by a train, won gold in the parallel bar, long horse and rope climbing events. He also won silver in the side horse and all-around competitions and bronze on the horizontal bar. Picture: He is in the middle.

OLYMPICS: In the 1904 St. Louis Games, hometown boy George Eyser, who lost his left leg as a youth after it was run over by a train, won gold in the parallel bar, long horse and rope climbing events. He also won silver in the side horse and all-around competitions and bronze on the horizontal bar. Picture: He is in the middle.

OLYMPICS: In the 1904 St. Louis Games, hometown boy George Eyser, who lost his left leg as a youth after it was run over by a train, won gold in the parallel bar, long horse and rope climbing events. He also won silver in the side horse and all-around competitions and bronze on the horizontal bar. Picture: He is in the middle.

OLYMPICS: In the 1904 St. Louis Games, hometown boy George Eyser, who lost his left leg as a youth after it was run over by a train, won gold in the parallel bar, long horse and rope climbing events. He also won silver in the side horse and all-around competitions and bronze on the horizontal bar. Picture: He is in the middle.

PHYSICAL CULTURE: This image started out as an advertisement on an old cardboard blotter, to be scratched on with the nib of your pen to get the ink flowing before the days of the ball point.

PHYSICAL CULTURE: This image started out as an advertisement on an old cardboard blotter, to be scratched on with the nib of your pen to get the ink flowing before the days of the ball point.

WOMEN SPORTS: The proper sportswear from Altman Co Sports Clothes circa 1919

WOMEN SPORTS: The proper sportswear from Altman Co Sports Clothes circa 1919

RUNNING - MARATHON: Hopi American long distance runner and Olympic medal winner Louis Tewanima after winning a marathon in New York City, May 6, 1911.

RUNNING - MARATHON: Hopi American long distance runner and Olympic medal winner Louis Tewanima after winning a marathon in New York City, May 6, 1911.

MARATHON: Arthur Roth crosses the finish line to win the 1916 Boston Marathon.

MARATHON: Arthur Roth crosses the finish line to win the 1916 Boston Marathon.

$10,000 RUN: April 3, 1909, a marathon was held at the Polo Grounds in New York City. A five lap outdoor track was installed at the Polo Grounds. The winner of the big prize was a first time marathon runner, and French waiter, Henri St. Yves.

$10,000 RUN: April 3, 1909, a marathon was held at the Polo Grounds in New York City. A five lap outdoor track was installed at the Polo Grounds. The winner of the big prize was a first time marathon runner, and French waiter, Henri St. Yves.