Well, that took longer than anyone expected.
Their engines will rev in the spirit of competition Sunday afternoon, but the IndyCar racers in St. Petersburg, Fla. will surely be unable to shake the heavy feeling from their hearts. As IndyCar’s first race of 2012 kicks off …
The NBA’s most high-profile team speaks out
Amid the hurly burly of March Madness, the heated races for playoff berths in the NBA and NHL and the imminent arrival of baseball, it’s no surprise the start of the MLS season was just a footnote in the U.S. sporting calendar. …
TIME gets a lesson in synchronized swimming
Real Madrid’s New Theme Park-Resort in the Persian Gulf targets well-heeled, emerging market
It’s taken 12 years for Indiana fans to fully get over the Bob Knight era. No matter what happens on Friday in a rematch against No. 1 Kentucky, we’re finally saying goodbye to all that triumph and tumult, thanks to one …
New York is no evangelical hotbed. Can Jeremy Lin and Tim Tebow change that?
It was college basketball’s ugliest moment in years. But somehow, both Xavier and Cincinnati are in the Sweet 16. And that’s somewhat of a miracle.
Just another quiet day in the NFL offseason
After fourteen years with the Pittsburgh Steelers, wide receiver Hines Ward is retiring from pro football. The game won’t be the same without him.
At this point in Lionel Messi’s staggering (and still young) career, it’s probably easiest to ask when he’ll be regarded as the best player of all time, rather than if it will happen.
Manning’s decision to wear a previously retired number turned off some commentators. But all this fuss about numbers is just silly.