The New England Patriots coach innovates and cheats for the same reason. You don't have to like it, but he understands the NFL more clearly than the NFL understands itself.
We trace the jazz legend's lifelong love affair with the sweet science from his emulation of Joe Louis and Sugar Ray Robinson to his musical celebration of Jack Johnson.
A motorcycle crash ended Paul Williams's boxing career and left him paralyzed, but that's hardly the end of his story.
Facial analytics and team chemistry formulas have become a trend in sports analytics, but science and a bit of logic show the trend is just that.
Imagine a team combat sport where ten men climb into a ring and beat the living shit out of each other for as long as it takes until only one of them is left standing. How can America not love that?
Doug Pruden is a consummate performer and holds several world records for his pushup prowess. We walked up and down Edmonton's Whyte street to see how he makes his money.
After nearly dying on the field, a German soccer player got a second chance at life and his sport thanks to some incredible medical science.
Skaters had been building "Little Oasis Crazy Skate" for eight months before the Margate council destroyed it.
Sport195 began as a wildly ambitious sports website startup, but its employees soon learned that the company was short on cash and long on lies.
The college sports industry is worth billions of dollars, but it's run like a bizarro socialist system that enjoys the endorsement of conservatives.
There is no professional basketball team anywhere that plays remotely like the D-League's Reno Bighorns. There might be a reason for that.
The Indian tennis superstar is not only one of the world's most popular athletes—she is also one if its most outspoken.
In 2010, the Chinese national team and a Brazilian club fought it out in the gym. This is the full story of what really went down.
Obama administration officials are reportedly meeting with the NCAA, which wants an antitrust exemption. Here's why they shouldn't listen.
I went for pre-match pints with Hibs supporters who, unlike their English counterparts, can't buy alcohol in their stadium.
On Saturday night, a couple of hundred people rioted at Melbourne's Darts Invitational Challenge. We spoke to someone who was there.
Seriously, what is going on with Oregon's kits? It's an important question we are hellbent on answering to the fullest.
In the remote town of Thurso, surfers will risk floating chunks of ice for the best cold-water waves in Europe.
After scoring an unexpected goal against Liverpool, we caught up with Adebayo Akinfenwa, the big man who has captured the world's attention.
Padre Fray Tormenta has inspired films and wrestled all over the world, but he never sought out fame; all he wanted was to support the orphans of his parish.
Author Lacey Noonan gets an A for her portrayal of weird football sex, but an F for her portrayal of female sports fandom.
"You want to know what the worst part of fighting is? It's not the pain or the cuts on your face or the training or anything like that. The worst part of fighting is the humiliation when you lose, when everyone knows you should have won."
The millions of people who watch darts live or on TV aren't doing so because there's just something they inherently love about men throwing things. They're here for the drama, the stories, how ludicrous the whole thing is.
Doctors are supposed to tell patients what medications they're using and the risks they carry, but USC's team doctor couldn't be bothered to do either.