Ryan Jaunzemis became a poster boy for the 90s fad of "Soaping," where kids used special shoes to grind rails and ledges without skateboards. Two decades later, he's leading a very different life.
The game was devised by a Danish philosopher as a way to explain his refinement of the Marxist dialectic. It's as confusing IRL as it is on paper.
James Morrison is our Player of the Weekend, not that we know what the guy looks like.
Monica Seles was an incredible tennis player, but also the victim of an ugly collision of sport and the real world. She's our latest inductee to The Cult.
Wilson passed away following a freak accident in Sunday's IndyCar race.
When the skateboarder moved from Leicester to Bristol as a charismatic teen, he seemed destined for greatness. But then he vanished.
Jeff Ament has used his fame and success to help build skateparks all over Montana and South Dakota, many on Native American reservations.
The Sunderland striker posted a ludicrous job advert online cos he needs a new PA. I could be that PA.
Football ultras are a European phenomenon, yet they seem to have spread to the more overtly corporate world of Major League Soccer.
From non-league to Champions League, every football club now has a plethora of social media accounts. But who are the people behind the avatars? We spoke to Tottenham's former social media manager to find out.
What do you do when the Premier League begins to feel overtly corporate and lacking in a soul? Go watch a Scottish League 2 match, of course.
They may have already reclaimed the Ashes, but England must go for the jugular against Australia in the final test.
The man who is considered the greatest in-the-moment snooker player of all time is the same guy whose mind would appear almost resistant to the game. You belong in The Cult, Ronnie O'Sullivan.
An unlikely friendship exists between the supporters of Oldham Athletic and the Bundesliga side Eintracht Frankfurt, built over many, many years and even more beers.
At 24, most footballers are seen as entering their prime years; for a normal, simply having a sense of direction will suffice.
Uganda has gained international notoriety for its anti-homosexual attitudes and legislation. But despite this, the Magic Stormers women's basketball team positions itself as staunchly LGBT-inclusive.
It is sung at stadiums across the globe and holds different meanings for each set of fans, but 'You'll Never Walk Alone' started out as a 1940s show-tune.
With the TV deal billions sloshing about the game, the Premier League's top clubs can afford to spend big on the finished article. Giving youth a chance is no longer an option.
Part two of our Premier League preview features an eclectic mix of clubs. Some will have an eye on Europe; others will be looking nervously over their shoulders at the bottom three.
"Never tell the truth to people who are not worthy of it"
It's that time of year again, when Americans look ahead at the sports calendar and suddenly wonder which Premier League team they should support. But how to choose how to choose?
In part one of our Premiere League preview we took a look at the clubs either expected to be fighting relegation this term, or likely to sack their manager after a festive wobble before appointing Sam Allardyce and cruising to mid-table obscurity.
They chucked bottles and bricks while chanting "we hate n*****s".