The Department of Education issues a ‘Dear Colleague’ letter, specifying what schools must do for disabled athletes. What does this mean for these athletes?
Have you ever seen a red card like this?
Victoria Azarenka has been accused of using an injury timeout to gain an unfair advantage in her semifinal victory over Sloane Stephens at the Australian Open. What can be done to curb the gamesmanship involved in tennis’ medical timeouts?
While the NFL faces more litigation, a breakthrough could help manage head trauma
A primer on the next great hope in American tennis
A legend dies and a franchise rises—and the city Baltimore returns to sports primacy
Two heavyweight games on Sunday follow on from a reunion at Upton Park on Saturday
The Harbaugh brothers, Jim and John, will face off in the Super Bowl when the San Francisco 49ers meet the Baltimore Ravens
Remembering the St. Louis Cardinals legend
In this week’s issue of TIME, we explore the cult of Tough Mudder, the obstacle-course racing event held across the country. Tough Mudder was launched in 2010 and has seen rapid growth in people willing to put themselves through …
Lance Armstrong offered an apology. But with him, you’ll never know what’s real.
His home state hopes the college football star will emerge from the “girlfriend hoax” unscathed. Meanwhile, Hawaiians remember his early years and his father’s heated devotion
On a per student basis, in an era of tight budgets, schools are spending more on athletics than academics. Much more.