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Steve Rushin (b. September 22, 1966 in Elmhurst, ILmarker) is an American sportswriter. He wrote a weekly column, Air and Space, for Sports Illustrated magazine. Formerly labeled Steve Rushin's Air and Space, the column ran from 1998-2007 and concentrated on subjects within and sometimes tangential to sports.

He was named the 2005 National Sportswriter of the Year by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association.

He is married to college basketball analyst and former basketball player Rebecca Lobo. They have three children: Siobhan, Maeve, and Thomas. They reside in Connecticutmarker.

Rushin is the author of Road Swing: One Fan's Journey Into the Soul of America's Sports (1998) and The Caddie Was a Reindeer (2004).

Rushin left Sports Illustrated in February 2007. He has since found a niche as an occasional contributor to Time magazine's issue-closing essays.

He is a graduate of John F. Kennedy Senior High Schoolmarker in Bloomington, Minnesotamarker.He is a graduate of Marquette Universitymarker in Milwaukee, WImarker where he was the speaker at graduation in May 2007.

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