Up until recently, Floyd Landis was in a lengthy legal battle to recover his 2006 Tour de France victory, lost after a test showed he had elevated levels of synthetic testosterone in his blood. That ended this month after Landis …
The Augusta National course is storied, exclusive, very opulent and very private — the perfect location for Tiger Woods to make his much anticipated return to golf. As the pros gear up to take the green in the annual Masters …
It started with tragedy, and a technical mishap or two, but the Vancouver Winter Games also had its share of athletic triumphs. Here is a look at this year’s Olympic highs and lows
Russia’s Evegni Plushenko believes he deserved the men’s figure-skating gold medal instead of silver at the Vancouver Winter Olympics. In honor of his poor sportsmanship, TIME takes a look at other Olympic complainers
A look at the Filipino boxer’s career in and out of the ring
A photographic survey of how the venues for the Summer games look today
Controversy over her gender has distracted from her world championship win in the 800 meters
Michael Vick went from playing quarterback for the Atlanta Falcons to serving time on dogfighting charges. But now that Vick’s out of jail, the Philadelphia Eagles are offering him a second chance
The Tour de France, which kicked off July 4, is a three-week, 2,000-mile test of human endurance. TIME takes a look back at some of the race’s greatest moments
Sports weren’t so different twenty years ago: we still marveled at great plays, awesome players and the plain spoken truth that games bring us closer together, irrespective of victory or defeat.
As Manchester United and Barcelona square off Wednesday for the Champions League crown, TIME.com counts down a YouTube selection of great goals from the tournament
North Dakota’s Board of Higher Education voted May 14 to retire the University of North Dakota’s Fighting Sioux nickname and logo after a lengthy dispute over whether or not the name was derogatory towards Native Americans. In …
Just months after earning Olympic glory in Beijing, Michael Phelps is apologizing for a photo that appears to show him smoking marijuana. He’s only the latest athlete for whom fame, fortune and free time have led to trouble with drugs.