Struggling with strong wind and frayed temper, the world number one dispatched Victoria Azarenka after upping her game in the decisive third set
Wrestling is back in the Olympics, which is great. Softball, however, is still sidelined. Why that’s a bad call
In the end, economics won.
Tokyo won the bid to host the 2020 Olympics on Saturday, International Olympic Committee president Jacques Rogge announced on Saturday at 125th IOC Session in Buenos Aires. (The IOC, on par with the United Nations in its own mind, loves officialdom like “125th IOC Session” as much as gold medals). As these …
Richard Gasquet and Stanislas Wawrinka take aim at the best tennis has to offer in the semifinals of the U.S. Open
In season opener, quarterback becomes sixth player to complete the feat
Will sports league get more lax on marijuana use?
Japanese capital is competing with Istanbul and Madrid for Summer Games
This week’s cover story makes the case that powerhouse college sports programs ought to pay the student athletes who attract millions of dollars in revenue to the school. The morality of doing so is knotty, but the math is not. The amount of money each college football or men’s basketball player brings in to a major program is almost …
About 10 years ago, the United States Tennis Association (USTA) took a hard look at the state of children’s tennis, and realized changes needed be made.
Concussions, crime, and mascot-who-must-not-be-named are owning the headlines heading into the professional football season
“Big Papi” and the Red Sox showed no mercy with a record-breaking performance against the visiting Tigers on Wednesday night
Judge in lawsuit seeking return of $3 million in bonuses seeks testimony from famed cyclist
Just as his successes have been overshadowed by Roger Federer, so too was the 32-year-old’s loss blotted out by his former rival’s own failure at this year’s U.S. Open