The Nazi Sibling Rivalry That Divided a Town and Created Modern Sportswear
By creating Adidas and Puma, the Dassler Brothers divided both their families and their home town, all while changing sports forever.
Ronaldo's Sculptor Speaks: "Even Jesus did not please everyone."
Ronaldo's Sculptor defends his insane-looking statue, noting that at least Ronaldo himself likes it.
Messi Says Mean Thing to Ref, Is Banned for Four Games
FIFA handed Messi a four-match suspension for his comments to an assistant ref during Argentina's World Cup qualifier against Chile last week.
Is Barack Obama a Darmstadt Fan?
Obama seems to be a fan of a last-place Bundesliga team from a town called "Gut City."
Settling In: How Pro Soccer Clubs Make New Players Feel Welcome
Fans love to speculate on whether new player will succeed or fail, but on-field success might have more to do with a player's off-field transition than with adjusting to a new style of play.
Kobe Bryant Memorabilia Stolen from High School Alma Mater
The stolen jersey wasn't even Kobe's original high school jersey. It was a replica.
IAAF Vote Means Russia Likely To Miss Track and Field World Championships
Part of the teams reinstatement hinges on Russian officials acknowledging the cheating actually happened.
Citing Trump's Immigration Policy, Iran Bars U.S. Wrestlers from Freestyle World Cup
The Men's Freestyle World Cup is scheduled to take place February 16-17 in Kermanshah, Iran. Thanks to Donald Trump's recent policy announcements, U.S. wrestlers won't be welcome.
Throwback Thursday: College Basketball's Most Brutal Brawl, and the Forgiveness That Followed
A 1972 fight between Ohio State and Minnesota left Luke Witte with lasting damage—but also produced a surprising story of interpersonal healing.
FIFA Reports Shows Not Even a Wall Could Keep U.S.-Based Players Out of Mexico
Mexico's continental dominance in club soccer is irrefutable.
The UK Soccer Child Sexual Abuse Scandal, Explained
With 248 clubs and more than 500 potential victims so far, this scandal will rock soccer in the UK to its foundation.
You Really Need to See This Jeison Murillo Bicycle Kick
A goal for the ages from Inter Milan's 24-year-old center back.