Our friends at Manual for Speed are covering the Tour de France. They've shared some photos from the first three stages—on and off the road.
Christiano Ronaldo came to the rescue of one woman in Las Vegas who lost her phone. He returned the phone, took them out to dinner, and posed for several pictures. He is truly a great person.
Tennis—especially in the Grand Slams—is seen by some to be unequal. Women, on average, get paid more per game than men. It's probably the only sport in the world where this is the case.
Writer Patrick Redford goes across the globe to a suddenly wealthy petro-state to cover an upstart professional cycling team, and is quickly put to work fixing bicycles.
The USWNT beat Japan 5-2 to win the 2015 World Cup and the first World Cup for the US since 1999.
Carli Lloyd has been an important leader for the U.S. during the World Cup. Will she be able to erase the haunting memory of a missed penalty kick in the 2011 final?
The new sport of Footgolf—which involves kicking soccer balls down fairways and into oversized cups—is taking America's golf courses by storm.
English cricket's summer of love is over. It's time to emerge – blinking and blurry – into the reality of a home Ashes series.
It took 102 years, but this year MTN-Qhubeka will become the first African team to start the Tour De France. It might just be the start of something big.
Kyrgyzstan and other Central Asian countries have become a destination for West African soccer players. Sometimes that's a good thing. Sometimes it isn't.
In a run-down arena in Fort Stockton, Texas, a young contender seeking opponents decided to take matters into his own hands and promote his own fight card.
In the second episode of VICE Sports Shorts, presented by Gatorade, Karl-Anthony Towns spends his final days before the NBA Draft training in Kentucky and hanging with family in New Jersey.
Once upon a time, coverage of the Women's World Cup and the US national team was nonexistent at best, sexist at worst. Times have changed.
Earlier this month, Chris Mosier became the first publicly transgender man to make a US national team of the gender with which he identifies.
White supremacist groups and black history experts agree that the burning of black churches could be one minor part of violent reaction to civil rights progress.
Kangaroos aren't the only animals who have been forced to face human beings in combat. We take a look at the centuries-old history of men stepping into the ring—or cage—to fight bears.
Maccabi Los Angeles was a team comprised of soap stars, ringers, and random Jewish dudes. By one measure, it remains the most successful team in US soccer history.
Rob Archuleta saved himself from a life of drug addiction. Now he's helping others do the same through exercise.
Robbie Rogers—the first openly, active gay athlete in North American sports history—talks with VICE Sports about the landmark Supreme Court ruling.
Diddy's arrest at UCLA is unique, but he's probably not the only one who's thought about attacking a football staffer.
The current political and cultural debate over the Confederate flag mirrors the argument over the Washington NFL team's nickname.
Craig Stecyk is an artist, a writer, a filmmaker, a photographer, and by default a historian on everything that is cool about Southern California. We spent a day making posters with him and talking to a few of his friends about his life.
The recent streaming deal between the NFL and Yahoo could be the beginning of the end for televised sports as we know them.
Caleb Sinn and Jordan Smith are making a 37-day trek from Edmonton to Portland to raise awareness for Burundi.