I started boxing as an over-privileged, over-parented Jewish kid from the Philly suburbs, but I found something real inside the ring.
Former NFL tight end and writer Nate Jackson talks about when addicted players need to hit the streets for more painkillers since many are not covered by health insurance.
The Phoenix Open draws hundreds of thousands and it's all thanks to an anarchic spirit of fun and booze that flips off golf's boring culture.
In Part 3 of VICE Sports' three-part series, skier Pep Fujas returns to the backcountry to take on new challenges and bring his career back to where it started.
"When you come home, it's like you've been to the moon because there's no point in telling anybody. They don't understand."
Maks Mielżyński got diagnosed with cancer when he was 20 years old and had to have his right hand amputated, but none of that stopped him from racing.
Banishing the worst of soccer's fans from stadiums has been a double-edged sword that Against Modern Football wishes to turn against those ruling the sport.
In Part 2 of VICE Sports' three-part series, Pep Fujas bursts onto the pro scene with a power and tenacity that pushes the limits of freeskiing.
After more than 50 years, Cuba once again honors its baseball immortals thanks to a daring group of baseball historians, journalists, and filmmakers.
No black fighter had ever been allowed to compete for the heavyweight title until Jack Johnson, and he was so controversial that no black fighter got another crack at it for the next 30 years.
Val James was the first black American to play in the NHL. The story of what he went through to get there is heartbreaking.
Michael Beasley might well be too much of a goofball to make it in the NBA, but his first season abroad showed that he could be perfect for China.
Sebastian Vollmer could become the first German to win the Super Bowl. His path to the top was anything but conventional.
The basic idea is to let your car veer around in spirals while you climb outside of it.
The Repton Boxing Club in East London has produced hundreds of champions—and played host to some of Britain's most notorious villains. We met eccentric head coach Tony Burns to find out the club's secret to success.
For the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, the big game is usually marked by debauchery that can resemble a riot, and administrators are taking drastic steps to prevent that from happening again.
How the Skateistan school uses skateboarding as a tool for empowerment in a country worn down by 30 years of conflict and dislocation.
What's life like for a hardcore sports fan living in Havana? Like everything else in Cuba, it's more than a bit complicated.
70,000 people signed a petition to block Oldham Athletic from signing convicted rapist Ched Evans. But where does that leave their fans now?
San Quentin has been a pioneer in using sports programs to aid in inmate rehabilitation. Perhaps its most notable is the tennis program, with a full court sitting right in the middle of a notorious prison yard.
When Reggie White's church was burned down, matters went from tragic to absurd as it became clear his team had been warned in advance.
In Part 1 of VICE Sports' three-part series, we see Pep Fujas's nontraditional path from growing up in a yurt to becoming one of freeskiing's most promising young talents.
How a Colorado mother learned her child's school was a hotbed of hazing, bullying, and institutionalized indifference.
The Grid is CrossFit in league form, but within the tight-lipped and close-knit world of fitness sports, its aspirations go beyond a workout program.