We hung out with the man who holds 12 Guinness World Records for feats ranging from crab walking to crushing walnuts with his butt
Wagner, a dominant force in quad tennis, lives a monastic life just to make a living playing his sport.
17-year-old Francis Tiafoe debuted this year at the U.S. Open. He's represented by Jay-Z's Roc Nation.
It was almost too easy. Almost.
The Olympics have been a money pit for host cities in past years, but officials in Los Angeles are still excited to make a push for the 2020 games.
The tiny island of Guam is experiencing a soccer renaissance, thanks to an influx of players born in the USA and a little English ingenuity.
In 1982, Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka's girlfriend died under suspicious circumstances. On Tuesday, he was charged in her death. In wrestling, the past is never the past.
Tim Kitzrow is the voice behind "Boomshakalaka!" and the other iconic lines from the arcade classic NBA Jam. After making $900 for his work, the man is still hustling.
Serena Williams can become the first tennis player to win a calendar-year Grand Slam since Steffi Graf, but being the favorite won't make the U.S. Open any easier.
No bull rider ever reached the eight-second mark on old Mick E. Mouse, who was euthanized earlier this month after tests revealed a lesion on his back.
Jimmy Chin has accomplished it all in the world of action sports, from skiing Everest to climbing some of the world's largest peaks—all while documenting it through photography and video.
Ryan Jaunzemis became a poster boy for the 90s fad of "Soaping," where kids used special shoes to grind rails and ledges without skateboards. Two decades later, he's leading a very different life.
Baseball's gatekeepers haven't quite figured out how to deal with female fans both liking what they see and knowing what they're talking about. Let's fix that.
Sometimes, the closest you ever get to greatness is running it over with a hands-free Segway.
It's been called "the fans' Hall of Fame," "the antithesis of Cooperstown," and "the motherlode vein leading to the heart and soul of baseball." And yes, that's a jock strap behind glass.
The game was devised by a Danish philosopher as a way to explain his refinement of the Marxist dialectic. It's as confusing IRL as it is on paper.
In this VICE Sports exclusive we hung out with Olympic silver-medalist Tim Morehouse as he introduced kids at his old elementary school to his favorite sport.
As a charismatic teen, Paul Alexander seemed destined for greatness. But then he vanished.
As companies get closer to creating perfect man-made waves, some surfers worry that technology could make their sport unrecognizable.
Jeff Ament has used his fame and success to help build skateparks all over Montana and South Dakota, many on Native American reservations.
Richard Stanley believes that Uganda can one day produce as many professional baseball players as the Dominican Republic.
Regardless of what they accomplished by becoming the first openly gay players in their respective sports, Michael Sam and David Denson will be judged on how they perform on the field.
A Marijuana Olympics sounds like a hackish joke. But the 420 Games really happened in San Francisco and they were more normal than anything else.
Fueled by greed and gambling, some members of Thailand's Muay Thai community are using poison as a way to rig fights for their own financial gain.