Once upon a time, Alan "Dink" Denkenson was one of the biggest illegal bookmakers in America. Today, he's a professional gambler in Las Vegas, and we tagged along as he prepared for the Kentucky Derby.
Nary Ly quit her job as a research scientist with the U.S. Navy to focus on the final push for the Rio Olympics, where, if she makes the cut, she will make history as the first Cambodian woman to run a distance event at the Summer Games.
The people who run big-time college sports claim there simply isn't enough money to pay athletes. Totally coincidentally, they also give themselves large and ridiculous bonuses.
In a league forever in search of shortcuts, the draft rights to players who are not in the NBA have become a popular trade chip. Maarty Leunen was in Italy when he read that he had been traded for Josh Smith on ESPN.
As more tourists than ever make their way to Rishikesh in search of physical and spiritual cleanliness, pollution in and along the Ganges has never been worse.
An archery program for marginalized native Brazilian youth has been more successful than expected and ultimately could produce the country's first indigenous Olympian.
Women sports fans want the same things from their merchandise as their male counterparts. A roundup of the shit we get instead of a decent-fitting T-shirt.
One of Reggie Jackson's best seasons came in Baltimore, and has more or less vanished down the memory hole. There isn't even a baseball card for it. It happened.
Things have gotten worse for Penn State and Joe Paterno.
The Eternal Derby, the subject of today's VICE World of Sports documentary, is one of the most violent fixtures in European soccer. We asked some experts how things might be changed.
After LA's last black-owned gay club closed, a 62-year-old man named 14K opened his own home to its displaced patrons. We visited him there to talk about his long coming-out process, how meth is ruining Los Angeles, and his mother's love of drag queens.
Several years ago, economic and safety concerns doomed Cuidad Juárez's soccer team Los Indios. Now Juárez, once considered one of the most dangerous cities in the world, has a new team and renewed hope.
With all the street fights and police face-offs, the Baby Squad of Leicester crossed racial divides and created an unexpected utopia in a changing city.
The Ole Miss offensive tackle probably had the worst night of his life last night and not because he was drafted thirteenth overall by the Miami Dolphins.
With the family of soccer player Jeff Astle claiming to know up to 250 other ex-players who suffer from degenerative brain diseases, we spoke to an expert about the implications for the sport.
Meet the talented freaks who will do whatever's necessary to win the 'King of the Road' competition, airing April 28 on VICELAND.
There were almost as many deaths at Accra Sports Stadium in Ghana on May 9, 2001, as there were in the Hillsborough and Heysel stadium disasters combined.
The NFL Players Association is encouraging members to pursue hands-on business world internships to better prepare for post-football careers that come sooner than many NFL players expect.
Meet the talented freaks who will do whatever's necessary to win Thrasher Magazine's King of the Road competition on VICELAND's new series, airing April 28.
Since March, a Japanese fan using the Twitter handle @7A_NBA has posted a series of cartoons portraying the whimsical domestic adventures of Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook.
Forty years ago, a man and a child tried to burn a flag on the field at Dodger Stadium, and were thwarted by an ex-Marine outfielder. It's not as simple as it looks.
Meet the talented freaks who will do whatever's necessary to win a third title on VICELAND and Thrasher Magazine's KING OF THE ROAD, airing April 28.
Out of the 349 Division I women's basketball programs in the United States, University of San Francisco's Jennifer Azzi is the only openly gay head coach among them.
Schools and conferences are passing new rules taking power away from coaches and athletic administrators when it comes to admitting athletes accused of sexual misconduct. Are they enough to ensure campus safety?