As soccer gets faster, teams are turning to cognitive training to help their players keep up mentally. Does it work?
One of the most unique athlete side projects of all time was released this week in 2003.
Scenes from the second Gaymada Interdrag Championship.
South African soccer has a long tradition of players using tradition medicine and black magic to gain a psychological edge.
After ten years in the restaurant business, I've broken bad. I will cut you if you cut me.
In South Africa, where athletic participation often fails along racial lines, the movement to diversify traditionally white sports is known as transformation.
In this episode of Stay Melo, we spent the day training with a group of Knicks and seeing the stadium that will house Melo's Puerto Rico FC NASL Team
For American runner Sarah Brown, the next year was supposed to be focused on training and qualifying for the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio. Then she found out she was pregnant.
In April, Iran announced that it would allow women to enter sports stadiums, reversing a ban in place since 1979. But women are still being barred from games, and there is still work to be done.
The NFL is an increasingly mainstream sport in the UK. That transition has led to a more accessible sport, but it also has its drawbacks.
Former NHL star Theo Fleury battled addiction and overcame abuse. He contemplated suicide, but instead turned to music to help conquer his struggles.
At a ten-hour Daytona-class race on Saturday, Christina Nielsen will be vying to become the first woman to win one of auto racing's most coveted trophies.
Ex-pitcher Dirk Hayhurst explains how pro baseball, from the minor leagues on up, tries to make Latino players conform to white American values.
Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier's last fight is considered to be one of the most terrible and fascinating spectacles in boxing history.
Skaters everywhere want to be Fancy Lads and men and women alike want to bed down with the good-time guys from Bean Town.
A federal appeals court upheld the O'Bannon decision, but overturned its provision allowing athlete payment via deferred trust funds. What does this mean for the ongoing fight over NCAA amateurism?
Mitch Mortaza has built a sleazy stunt—the Lingerie Bowl—into a viable sports league, but at what cost?
There's nothing all that complicated about Jonathan Papelbon choking out Bryce Harper. But it's no surprise in a game governed by contradictory unwritten rules.
Peyton Manning is in the twilight of a Hall of Fame career, although we don't know how close he is to the end just yet. We're still trying to figure him out.
The state of physical fitness for juvenile offenders is "God awful," but advocates—and some states—are trying to change that.
After spending 26 and a half years in prison for a crime he didn't commit, boxer Dewey Bozella has lots of post incarceration plans.
How can you not love a backyard-style wrestling competition with stars like "The Stinker," "Helga Hysteria," and "Doughnut Messaround"?
VICE Sports meets the architects of MLB Statcast, a new initiative to change the way we watch baseball on TV and give overlooked talent a second change to stick in the Major Leagues.
Prison View Golf Course, at Louisiana State Prison in Angola, is maintained by prisoners, open to the public, and every bit as strange and unsettling as it sounds.