Wrestling played a vital role in many people's childhood years. What's it like to go back, almost 20 years later, in search of your forgotten heroes?
Indian sprinter Dutee Chand was cleared to compete, despite her hyperandrogenism.
Hulkmania might finally be over: WWE has removed nearly all references to Hulk Hogan from its website – but it hasn't said why.
He looked like a beach-bum, not a cricketer, but Shane Warne was one of the best bowlers in the history of the game. That's how he ended up in The Cult.
Between sanctions on Russia, a strengthening dollar and the unfolding Greek crisis, currency markets are about as volatile as they've ever been. How do clubs protect themselves?
Anthony Scalamere, aka Ragdoll, has a ball the size of a grapefruit seven months after a slam made his testicle slowly fill up with fluid.
The Haitian Football Federation's headquarters were destroyed during a 2010 earthquake. The organization has rebuilt itself and the national team.
Under heavy May skies and with an FA Cup-induced hangover, VICE Sports crawled across London to watch baseball, British-style, in Finsbury Park.
Rohan Ricketts has played for clubs in England, Canada, Hungary, Moldova, Germany, Ireland, India, Ecuador, Thailand and Hong Kong.
The 1998-99 Champions League final was a belter, but the game wasn't broadcast live in the UK. And yet that only serves to make it more enduring.
Rory McLeod is the only black player on the professional circuit, a devout Muslim, a former pub manager, a committed family man and a fascinating guy to engage in conversation.
Our third inductee to The Cult is a golfer famous for spurning his shot at glory. Stay out of the water, Jean van der Velde.
United have made the type of signing that works best when it's either a cheap gamble or an expensive certainty. Bastian Schweinsteiger is neither.
Now the Oldest Grand Slam champion of the Open era, Serena Williams must be considered the greatest tennis player of the current generation – male or female – and perhaps of all time.
We went to Lord's and talked to people about the political makeup at cricket matches, and whether a left-wing revolution would be a good idea. Reactions were mixed.
VICE Sports sent a football fan to observe the alien world of Wimbledon. The crux: he had a few beers.
Our second inductee to The Cult is as interesting and human a tennis player as you're likely to come across. Goran cared, kids.
England can learn more from the US other than how to make friendly conversation with strangers or openly express sentimentality. They can learn how to have a proper women's national football team.
On Saturday, Conor McGregor will fight Chad Mendes for the UFC's interim featherweight title. The Irishman has come a long way in a short space of time.
Should women be paid less in tennis because they don't play best out of five sets, or are we obsessing too much over time and ignoring the work that goes into winning a Grand Slam?
Every year it happens to someone, and this year that someone is Nani.
It's now a quarter of a century since Italia 90 and England's last great World Cup run.
English cricket's summer of love is over. It's time to emerge – blinking and blurry – into the reality of a home Ashes series.
The first member of The Cult is among the most successful and gifted athletes to grace any sport: His Airness, Michael Jordan