Long Reads Of The Week – 12 April

5 great reads you may have missed from around the web

1 | Is Phil Taylor Britain's greatest living sportsman? Writing for the Guardian, Ed Caesar meets the darts legend as he enters the twilight of a remarkable career.

2 | As we head into the brief weather window at Mount Everest that marks its annual climbing season, National Geographic's Mark Jenkins investigates what effect last year's avalanche tragedy has had on the mountain's popularity.

3 | In 'Nowhere Girl', Neil Shea reports from Kakuma refugee camp in Kenya for The American Scholar.

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4 | Can football be used as a barometer of Italian society? SB Nation's Peter Simek thinks so as he profile serie A side Roma's controversial owners.

5 | 'Unfreed', by Robert Kolker, is the remarkable story of the man who was accidentally released from prison 88 years early. On The Marshall Project.