vice sports q&a

adam piore

Bionics, Gene Doping, and Brain Training: What's Next for Human Engineering in Sports?

We talked to 'The Body Builders: Inside the Science of the Engineered Human' author Adam Piore about the future of medicine, technology, and performance-enhancement in sports.
Patrick Hruby
4.17.17
vice sports q&a

Diamond Dallas Page On His Life, Career, And WWE Hall Of Fame Induction

The three-time world champion relives his career ahead of his WWE Hall of Fame induction this week.
Mike Piellucci
3.30.17
Football

Michelle Tafoya on Sports Broadcasting and Working on Christmas

Michelle Tafoya was the first woman to call an NCAA Tournament game. Now she's roaming NFL sidelines on Sunday nights for NBC.
Larry Burnett
12.23.16
vice sports q&a

Harrison Barnes on Free Agency, the Olympics, and Playing with the Mavs

In this VICE Sports Q&A, Dallas Mavericks' Harrison Barnes talks about adjusting to his new team and what it's like to be around Dirk Nowitzki all the time.
​Jared Dubin
12.14.16
vice sports q&a

VICE Sports Q&A: James Worthy

The NBA Hall of Famer dishes on the surprising Los Angeles Lakers, the league, and Kobe Bryant.
Mike Piellucci
11.24.16
Donald Trump

Jesse Ventura On Trump, Weed, Kaepernick, And Governing Minnesota

Twenty years after he stunned the political world by becoming Minnesota's governor, the iconoclastic former wrestler sounds off on the presidential election, third party politics, and how a tax on legalized gambling could pay for sports stadiums.
Brian Blickenstaff
11.3.16
vice sports q&a

"I Wanted to Take the Mask Off": Harrison Browne on Coming Out as a Transgender Man in the NWHL

On Friday, Buffalo Beauts forward Harrison Browne became the first openly transgender athlete in U.S. team sports. In this VICE Sports Q&A, he talks about his decision to come out, the support he has received, and what comes next.
Kate Cimini
10.7.16
college basketball

In New Documentary, Former USC Football Player Bob DeMars Sheds Light on the Dark Side of College Sports

Made by a former NCAA athlete and featuring the stories of many others, the new documentary "The Business of Amateurs" explores topics like pay-for-play, brain trauma, and athletes' rights.
Patrick Hruby
8.26.16
bruiseday

"I Mean, We Wrestle a Lot": Talking to Ring Of Honor's Joe Koff, Independent Wrestling's Independent

A conversation with Joe Koff, COO of the mega-indie wrestling circuit Ring Of Honor, about wrestling, business, the wrestling business, and the Kevin Owens Factor.
Ian Williams
8.2.16
Rio 2016

The Olympics Then, Now, and Always: A VICE Sports Q&A With Sports Historian David Goldblatt

Rio 2016 doesn't give us much of a reason to believe in the Olympic movement's ideals. Neither does history. So where do we go from here?
Aaron Gordon
7.26.16
Basketball

VICE Sports Q&A: Tamika Catchings Reflects on Pat Summit, Her Upcoming Retirement, and Her Final Olympics

Tamika Catchings is preparing to represent the United States in her fourth Olympic Games. They will be a capstone on one of the greatest careers in basketball history.
Larry Burnett
7.15.16
Sports

VICE Sports Q&A: How Big of A Problem Is Youth Trafficking in Soccer?

Author Ed Hawkins talks to us about the seedy underbelly of teenage player transfers.
Aaron Gordon
5.23.16
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