New Zealand and Australia face off in Saturday's Rugby World Cup Final. As a clash between two heavyweights of the game, not to mention fiercely competitive neighbours, it's all set to be a classic encounter.
As the World Cup draws to a close, we're profiling the places that rugby fans call home, the spots on this earth that have embraced the sport like no other.
Tim Legler spent a decade gunning threes in the NBA and makes a living talking hoops on ESPN. He's also a shameless, child-scaring, house-decorating Halloweenie.
Maui and Sons creator Jeff Yokoyama is turning old athletic gear at USC and UCLA into a sustainable campus clothing line.
Wambach will leave the game a legend, a warrior for the sport of soccer and for female athletes, a frustrating and flawed FIFA Ballon d'Or winner.
The Sabermetrics movement has helped teams better analyze players. But nobody has come up with a system to identify good managers.
"New York is the greatest city on the planet, I think. But you're not a New Yorker if you don't wake up some days and be like Man, fuck this place."
Alex Ramsey and Patrick Sweeney started running at the Chicago Marathon on October 11, and they aren't really stopping until the finish line of the New York Marathon
We spoke to the Olympic medalist 24 hours after his groundbreaking announcement.
Uganda's only maximum security prison, Luzira, holds a sophisticated prison soccer tournament known not only for its top-notch talent, but the remarkable part it plays in the country's low recidivism rate.
For the first time ever, the US National Championship was an indoor, ticketed event. if yo-yo wants to reach a bigger audience, however, it will have to court more people—namely, women.
America's fate during the Revolutionary War was still very much in doubt when Jonas Cattell left at dawn and raced ten miles through the backwoods of southern New Jersey to warn the troops about a surprise attack.
Sportradar, a data company, might do more to combat match-fixing than any other organization. They took us behind the scenes of one of their most successful investigations.
Welcome back to Epicly Later'd. Sorry it's been forever. For our first new episode, we caught up with Kevin "Spanky" Long.
A former cheerleader is suing the Milwaukee Bucks for violating Wisconsin's minimum wage laws. Her allegations of wage abuse and demeaning image standards are all too common in sports.
Widely known as America's pastime, baseball is the greatest sporting embodiment of Americana. But what does the sport look like to British eyes more used to football and rugby than home runs and minor leagues?
It was for charity. And it might have helped him win the election.
Defenders of college sports amateurism argue that prohibiting market compensation for campus athletes preserves academic "values." Our resident economist calls bullshit.
For a kids movie that's also an explicit advertisement for the Football Industrial Complex, Little Giants is still pretty fun to watch after 21 years.
Getting pissy about bat flips: a time-honored tradition since 2001.
I tried to get to the bottom of America's latest gambling craze and wound up losing $50.
After allegations of insider trading–esque behavior and questions of whether DFS is a game of skill, the popular sites DraftKings and FanDuel are under fire.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art has owned the greatest card collection for nearly 70 years, and kept it mostly out of sight. Now, slowly, it is arriving online.
Last weekend in Aspen, Colorado, members of the snowsports industry gathered to discuss a changing media landscape, where skiers and snowboarders are creators and brands foot the bill.