In 1894, a 24-year-old woman embarked on an around-the-world bicycle ride that captured international attention and defied gender expectations.
In this episode of VICE's Autobiographies, the Sacramento Kings player talks about the decision to leave his small hometown in rural Kansas in order to pursue a career in the NBA.
Among many other things, former wrestler Bill Goldberg talks about whether he will return to the ring, what he thinks of Donald Trump and what it was like to be on Celebrity Apprentice.
My teammates and I lived on fast food, spent hours playing football and never studied. It sounds like every boy's dream but it was the hardest thing I've ever done.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has slammed the IPC's ruling as "outside the bounds of law, morality, and humanity."
Recently retired, the MMA trailblazer is now counting the cost of his six-year career.
We talked to Gina Prince-Bythewood, the writer and director of Love & Basketball about her movie's impact, women in sports movies, and seeing the WNBA in its 20th season.
When it comes to leveling the playing field between gay and straight wrestlers and their characters, there's a lot to grapple with.
Dogtown and Zephyr may have sparked the skate scene in Venice Beach, but it was the unruly Venice locals, headed by Jesse Martinez, who doused it in gasoline to see how high the flames would go.
Australia's national Down syndrome swimming team has won four consecutive world championship titles, yet they couldn't qualify for next month's Paralympic Games in Rio.
The US women weren't in many close games, but they made their run to gold exciting anyway.
The Adelaide Crows player was belted with a banana and called a monkey by a spectator over the weekend.
Running against ghosts, the New Zealander becomes the oldest Olympic 1500m medalist ever.
Shakur Stevenson, who is aiming to become the first men's boxing US Olympic gold medalist since 2004, has caught the attention of Floyd Mayweather Jr.
The whole Lochte saga started because the police investigated a robbery—something that, for millions of Cariocas, is nearly unheard of in Rio.
Has growing female participation in the Olympics from countries like Saudi Arabia and Brunei had a meaningful impact at home, or it is just a gesture for a global audience?
Answering the age-old question of which is more impressive: superhuman speed, or superhuman Rubik's Cubing
"If there's a drug test 95 percent of them won't be able to compete."
How to capture the fastest man in the world on camera.
Why is the American women's gymnastics team crushing the rest of the world? It comes down to muscles, and lingering notions of femininity.
Olympic organizers claimed that they wanted to share Rio's sporting culture with the world. They've changed their mind now that they realized that jeering is part of that culture.
"It was brilliant. I didn't go so fast but I'm so happy I won. I told you guys I was going to do it," said Bolt.
Last year, the IOC suspended Kuwait. As a result, athletes, like Kuwaiti swimmer Faye Sultan, must compete as independents.
Turns out, badminton might be more dangerous than the luge.