The U.S., Russia and Iran, once and future foes, grapple with a common goal of keeping wrestling in the Olympics.
Nenad Lalovic, the new head of wrestling’s international federation, is trying to bring the sport back to the Olympics
Diplomatic relations may be frayed among these nations. But in New York City, they can together to try to save a sport
Marvin Miller, a labor leader whose 16-year tenure as executive director of the Major League Baseball Players Association led to the introduction of free agency and a revolution in professional sports, died of liver cancer …
A TIME conversation with Dwyane Wade.
Shortly after Johnny Pesky died on Aug. 13 at 92, a torrent of tributes and remembrances appeared on every Boston news site. Many had a common theme: the time I met Johnny Pesky.
We know the top two picks. But how will the rest of the NFL draft shake out?
A report from ESPN the Magazine alleges widespread use of marijuana within the University of Oregon’s football team — especially before practices or games. Should we really be that shocked?
In office pools around the country, people are obsessing about their picks for the Final Four. But this weekend, a smaller, yet equally devoted group of sports fans will descend on St. Louis, armed with their own brackets: one …