I used to just watch TV but now I'm into the Premier League. Please tell me who to support.
Eddie runs a betting pool, in a US federal prison, and says he's made about £5,000 in less than a year.
Rugby is back, chugging into our lives like an elongated vehicle up a steep hill.
This Sunday, America will come to a standstill as Super Bowl fever grips the nation. But how do British fans experience this intense festival of Americana?
In his latest book, The Secret Footballer claims that managers pigeonhole black players into certain positions. Do last week's starting line-ups support his theory?
We follow a group of child fighters in rural Thailand as they take on unknown opponents and accept fights on a moment's notice, on the last of a four-day-long "fighting holiday."
Newcastle United were battered and bruised from '95-6 title heartbreak. Then a superstar was introduced to the fold. Ladies and gentlemen: Alan Shearer.
Today you can find pool halls in Manila's restaurants, its schools, and even its slums. But the country's biggest stars are nowhere to be seen.
When a colossal swell hits Maui, big wave surfers heed the call.
Football Leaks wants transparency and will apparently use blackmail to get it.
This week's top Premier League stories come from the instantly impactful Austin, Alli's worldie, and a badly timed case of the Mertesacker's.
Emmett Peixoto is a star on the professional handball tour. He's also a recovering alcoholic who hasn't had a drink in ten years, and a singer-songwriter with three CDs of rock ballads on iTunes.
Through the years George Foreman was able to train with Dick Saddler, Sandy Saddler and more. We look at how his style changed over time.
Gilles Villeneuve was born 66 years ago this week. The Canadian died at 32, but in the years that followed became F1's greatest cult icon.
Runner-up in the 1999 Formula One championship, Eddie Irvine has left the sport behind entirely and now builds very, very expensive houses.
They may be illegal, but for some, a dash on the green is too tempting to resist.
Aside from the fact that, theoretically, you only need to bribe one person.
From downtown waterfront, to an empty lot in Overtown, Miami Beckham United has not exactly taken the Miami political scene by storm in their efforts to get a stadium built.
French kickboxing techniques are making their way into the MMA arsenal.
It is 15 years since Sven-Goran Eriksson was handed the England job. But the image we had of him then is dramatically different from that of 2016.
Serbian warlord Željko "Arkan" Raznatović led FK Obilic from the second tier to the domestic title and a place in the Champions League. But it was never a story that was going to end well.
While other sports have become mired in doping scandals, Formula 1 has been drug-free territory for most of its history.
It's not all that often that you meet a Football League chairman who is also a successful racing driver and ice cream entrepreneur, but then Andrew Howard is not most people.
He's like the robust Spanish version of the Dark Knight, insisting that he is the hero football deserves, even if football is too stupid to see that right now.