If the Olympic Games are an unequivocal win for its women competitors, the equation for the leagues that employ them is more complicated.
In (dis)honor of Truck Series drivers John Wes Townley and Spencer Gallagher's sad little brawl over the weekend, let's take a brief look back at the history of the NASCAR fight.
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. came out of his first weekend of pro ball proving why he's worthy of the hype. But despite being the richest, youngest, biggest, and most prominent player on the team, he meshes nicely into his new workplace culture.
Owner Bill Foley needs a GM for his hockey team in Vegas. We have some great dark-horse candidates in mind, as well as some potential team names.
Winnipeg Jets prospect Darren Kramer was charged with battery of a law enforcement officer, grand theft and resisting arrest.
By losing the NBA Finals to the Cleveland Cavaliers, the regular season record-setting Golden State Warriors also lost their claim to arguably the best NBA single-season of all-time. Or did they?
VICE profiles Nina Cranstoun, one of the only female boxing promoters in the UK.
Last year, LeBron James willed an undermanned Cavs team to two wins. This year, he helped his team past a historically great opponent. This is how history happens.
Not only should the IOC allow the Russians to compete—it should consider them a godsend.
In just three days, the Mediterranean city saw the best and worst of what soccer has to offer.
The Tobacco-Free Kids campaign is leading a drive to make smokeless tobacco illegal in ballparks and recreation areas. Many cities in North America have already passed bans.
VICE Sports spent seven days in early March with Toronto Raptors assistant and player development coach Jama Mahlalela to learn more about what his job entails.
Weirdly, throwing loads of teargas around doesn't calm things down.
The Space Out Competition, held in South Korea every year, is a contest to see who can stare off into space the longest without losing focus or dozing off.
As Iceland takes part in its first major tournament, VICE Sports takes an inside look at how its two managers put together its greatest ever team.
Stories of randy golfers, drunken parties, and general debauchery from some of America's finest private golf courses.
When he rhymed, we rhymed too, believing that we could spit homespun verse to proclaim our majesty. We too could "float like a butterfly and sting like a bee." We too could "rumble, young man, rumble." We too could say that we "shook up the world."
The fight was broken up before the Biebs got his ass kicked.
For my father and many others, it wasn't what Ali did in the ring that made him the Greatest of All Time—it was the decision to convert to Islam.
Jimmy Goldstein has been to every NBA Finals game for the past 40 years. He's a style icon and a mobile home park mogul with a long history of litigation.
The cartoonish spectacle of the LNAH's past, when it was unquestionably the toughest circuit in existence, has been replaced by an attractive blend of skill and physicality.
The Quebec league has everything from former NHLers to convicted criminals. We followed one team throughout the playoffs.
It doesn't matter who Brock Turner was before he raped his victim, because he raped his victim.
Stories of Muhammad Ali's speed, toughness, generosity, ego, and wit.