The young English Premier League soccer player Fabrice Muamba remained in intensive care Monday after suffering cardiac arrest during a game in London
The No. 13 Ohio University Bobcats are the lowest-seeded team remaining in the NCAA men’s basketball tournament. If only a charmer like Lehigh would have joined them.
To get you in the mood for the 2012 Australian Grand Prix, TIME takes a look at the history of the racing series.
A horse with a heroic track record was the sentimental favorite at the Cheltenham Gold Cup. But Kauto Star couldn’t pick up a third triumph.
Sachin Tendulkar, cricket’s greatest batsman, reaches another mark.
U.S. gymnasts have a tough road ahead to make the Olympic squad. But that doesn’t deter Gabby Douglas, who left her family and home for a chance to compete in London
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 …
Over the past week, both Manchester United and Chelsea, in their improbable 4-1 Champion’s League win over Napoli, have served up reminders of the importance of history, and institutional memory, in the English game.
The Nets, who are moving to Brooklyn next year, tried to acquire the hulking Orlando Magic center. But Howard is sticking around Florida. Will the Brooklyn team be a bummer?
I know Hoosiers, the classic 1986 movie about a tiny Indiana high school hoops team that makes in improbable run to the state title, isn’t about college basketball. But around the start of March Madness every year, I either rewatch the film – run the picket fence, fellas – or at least listen to the Oscar-nominated score, for a little …
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Your friends are talking about it. That cousin who always invites you to his lame fantasy football draft parties won’t shut up about it. The new boss at work, the one who thinks you’re a jock so you nod knowingly when he bemoans …
Syracuse finished its regular season with the best record in school history. But distractions, and the suspension of starting center Fab Melo, may derail the Orangemen.