The wry Twitter account of the Los Angeles Kings is the social media hit of the NHL Playoffs
The rosters of many Euro 2012 teams are a melting pot – one that modern-day Europe should start getting used to.
The 19-year-old right-hander, a Baltimore Orioles farmhand, isn’t long for the minors
As a businessman, David Stern couldn’t possibly have been too happy last weekend; in the span of less than 36 hours, the NBA commissioner watched not one, but both teams from Los Angeles get bounced from the second round of the …
In all my years of watching Queens Park Rangers, it’s hard to recall a more unpleasant individual pulling on the famous blue and white hooped jersey.
Coming into his favorite Grand Slam, Rafael Nadal is rediscovering his old magic on the European clay. But can he find the confidence to go with it?
Israel is asking for a moment of silence during the London Olympics to pay tribute to the athletes and coaches who died in a terrorist attack at the 1972 Munich Games. The IOC’s refusal to do so is surprising.
When you look at the numbers involved, perhaps it was always going to end this way.
For the twelfth time since Affirmed took the Triple Crown, in 1978, a horse has won the Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes. Now comes the toughest challenge.
If the drama in the 2008 Olympic pool was all about Michael Phelps, at the London Games it will be focused on the battle between Phelps and teammate Ryan Lochte
The Miami Heat star has seemed out of sorts. A 30-point performance could get him back on track.
Previewing the Champions League Final
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