The difference between a first or a fifth round nod — and lots of money — hinges on five drills
Medals Aren’t Enough: Female Olympians Still Have to Sell Sexiness
Sochi stars sound off on the fine line between marketing their beauty to get much-needed sponsorship money and being taken seriously as athletes
Can You Buy Home Field Advantage?
New stadiums don’t necessarily mean more wins
Infographic: How Much Does Your Alma Mater Owe Its Top Athletes?
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 …
The Sports World Flocks to MIT: How the Games Are Smartening Up
The MIT Sloan Sports Analytics conference — “dorkapalooza” – is now a must-see event.
David Beckham Signs for Paris Saint-Germain and Will Play for Free
England soccer great David Beckham signs a contract with Paris Saint-Germain in the club’s cash-fueled drive to build a European winner
Profitable Albion: France’s Soccer Players Flock to England’s Premier League
Though England’s Premier League has long relied on new blood–and rising stars–from foreign nations, binge buying by English clubs in France’s modest Ligue 1 has made French players the top foreign contingent in Albion.
What The Kobe Bryant-Leo Messi Ad Says About The World
A Turkish Airlines spot goes viral
As the NFL Returns to London, Can Stan Kroenke Have Success in Soccer and Football?
Two of the businessman’s sporting interests vied for his attention in London this past weekend
Why Sports Logos Are So Important
Want to build a strong sports brand? Design is key
Manchester United: The Team is Better Than The Stock
The legendary soccer club’s first public earnings results were far from championship-caliber
Top 10 Most Hated Sports-Team Owners
Jeremy Lin’s exodus from New York has secured Knicks owner James Dolan in the annals of the least popular sports-team owners. Here are a few other big, bad sportsmen.