A sometimes tearful Olympic gold medallist Simone Biles told a U.S. Senate committee that her gymnastics team doctor, Larry Nasser, was able t…
Kevin Durant scored 29 points to become a three-time men's basketball gold medalist and the U.S. held off France 87-82 on Saturday to win the title at the Tokyo Olympics.
Manager and coach mound trips? Instead of one per pitcher per inning without a required pitching change, three during each game without a switch, with an additional trip for each three extra innings. There is also a limit of three stoppages for managers and coaches with batters or baserunners.
Princess Diana’s former voice coach has recalled the moment she “put to the test” and managed to overcome her fear of public speaking.
The British royal family didn't understand Princess Diana's eating disorder, according to her former voice coach Stewart Pearce.
Blake Shelton thinks his wedding to Gwen Stefani will be "great" - but only if she takes the reign in planning it.
There are enough cute one-liners in “The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers” to make you want to suit up once again.
A former U.S. Olympics gymnastics coach with ties to Larry Nassar died by suicide Thursday after being charged with two dozen crimes, including forms of human trafficking.
A former U.S. Olympics gymnastics coach with ties to disgraced sports doctor Larry Nassar has been charged in Michigan with two-dozen crimes.
Want to know who won Super Bowl 11? The final score and the Most Valuable Player? How many times have the Patriots made the big game? Our Super Bowl database is here to help.
There's no retirement age in the NFL, and that's a good thing for Super Bowl-bound Kansas City and Tampa Bay.
The New York Jets were searching for a leader, someone who could bring a frustrated, playoff-starved franchise back to respectability.
NAZ Elite knows a few things about Ovid's phrase "dripping the water hollows the stone."
When Chris Nikic ran down the finishing chute of Ironman Florida, he became the first athlete with Down syndrome to complete an Ironman triathlon.
In 1969, the University of Wyoming was a football powerhouse. When the undefeated team was preparing to play its rivals at Brigham Young University, its 14 Black players sought to address certain racial issues concerning BYU, including what they reported as racist slurs and cheap shots the previous time the teams met. They went to the coach’s office to ask whether they could wear black armbands during the game and were met by a surprising response. The story is told in an ESPN documentary short, “The Black 14.”