For all the advances that science has made in sport, there are few studies and little consensus about how the menstrual cycle affects athletic performance.
With Silicon Valley being one of the most sought after places to work, a growing number of players are interested in joining the tech community once their basketball days are over.
Right now, it makes far more sense for a player to go undrafted than to be selected in the back half of the NBA draft's second round—what some agents have started calling the "dead zone."
Carmelo Anthony spent Monday afternoon in South Central Los Angeles speaking with city and police officials as part of a town hall about police violence.
The New York Mets have always had uneasy relationships with their most iconic players, but Mike Piazza was an exception—a great player who left a great legacy.
Why is Iceland such a powerhouse, and can Annie Thorisdottir, twice the fittest woman on earth, regain her place on top?
The Berbers of Morocco's Atlas Mountains grow up traversing miles of harsh terrain. Local ultrarunner Mohamad Ahansal believes this makes them extremely good distance runners.
Dennis Crowley helped invent foursquare. Now he wants to reinvent the structure of soccer in America.
A WADA-commissioned report confirms an extensive Russian government doping coverup and program.
Not everyone is convinced that skateboarding's only pro league is good for the sport.
Comedian Judd Apatow makes his documentary directorial debut with the ESPN 30 for 30 film Doc & Darryl.
Neiman Nix, a former minor leaguer, said MLB's actions during its Biogenesis investigation ruined his anti-aging clinic.
We came up with a set of rules the NHL should adopt for next season. It's time to make hockey great again.
It's like your racist uncle Dave singing at a baseball game.
With anger boiling over about the injustices suffered by underprivileged communities, Carmelo Anthony went home to Baltimore to spend some time in the streets and show some much-needed love to the people that made him who he is today.
The MVP's most unprecedented move came long before he made the major leagues.
Let's celebrate with a thinkpiece.
A pay-for-play scandal involving the Baruch College women's basketball team reflects a growing number of Division III schools that seem more interested in athletic success than NCAA player compensation limits.
...and there's not necessarily anything wrong with that. In bringing in a favorite son, the Bulls have created a strange sort of in-between team. But why not?
ESPN's Hannah Storm talks about covering Wimbledon, Serena Williams, Novak Djokovic, and how women are shaping the sports world in new and more powerful ways.
Two long-shot teams have defied the odds and made this a tournament worth watching—and this time, one of those teams was my home country.
A lot of things had to go right (or wrong) for Durant to wind up at Golden State.
New Japan Pro Wrestling has been Japan's leading pro wrestling company for over 40 years, but its overseas reach has been limited until recently. Now, the promotion is selling out massive shows in NYC and elevating the art to a new level of intensity.
A dramatic restructuring of the US youth soccer system may occur as a result of a lawsuit that was filed in federal court on Friday.