The men's game is devoid of ethnic diversity, while in the women's sphere Serena Williams' incredible success has been put down to a ''natural advantage''. It's 2015, but does tennis still have a race problem?
You'd think British football fans would hate stadiums being named after sponsors. Turns out they're not all that arsed.
In 1934, an American Legion team from Massachusetts traveled to North Carolina for a tournament. When organizers refused to let their black pitcher take the mound, they turned back around.
The inaugural European Games are underway in Azerbaijan, a country recognised for its human rights abuses and widespread corruption.
Derny riders act as pace-setters at track cycling events. We tried to lift the lid on this curious and intriguing group.
Last summer, millions piled into England's pubs to watch the men's football side fail terribly. But is anyone heading for the boozer to watch the women's team actually winning games? VICE Sports investigates with some pub-based journalism.
Only a brief one, of course, because it quickly became very obvious that he didn't have the skill to play at county level.
Bowls desperately needs new blood. Could the laid-back 'barefoot' version take this most sedate sport to a fresh audience?
I have a love-hate relationship with my club. But with QPR looking to do some soul-searching, it's high time I did, too.
South America's continental tournament is about to kick off. But many are worried that racism could mar a great footballing spectacle.
All across Europe, the old lights of football have either gone or are going out. The era of club legends might have passed for good.
This makes perfect sense: McClaren gets a job at a big club, Mike Ashley takes someone desperate who he can bully around, Newcastle get another comedy manager.
'To participate in this activity you have to accept that you might die doing it,' Gabriel Hubert told VICE just weeks before his death.
The Gaffer is on Twitter, now. Here's what we know.
Meet the anonymous skate collective dedicated to skating the Jersey Barrier and nothing but the Jersey Barrier.
England must stop angling for the 2022 World Cup, or risk completely discrediting themselves in the FIFA reform debate
Guts started out as a game meant to be played while drinking beer. Now it's ruled by nutters who can fire a frisbee at 90 miles per hour.
From the moment the final whistle was blown, they were on one.
Tranmere's tumble down the divisions mirrors the local area's struggles with poverty. Yet there is hope that the club can return stronger.
Jack Warner is considered emblematic of the problems at FIFA. But in his native Trinidad and Tobago, Warner is often seen as a Robin Hood figure taking from the rich and giving to the poor.
Probably the worst time to play a meaningless friendly is when your opposition is embroiled in the biggest corruption scandal in football history.
A cautionary tale of bribery, stupidity and an obese, parrot-loving snitch.
Justin Darrow believes an education on the ramps teaches things you won't learn in school.
For Liverpool fans, the saga of Raheem Sterling is some proper Groundhog Day shit.