Do men really need female eye candy in sports? Matt Story wants to know.
Tony Hawk joins the growing list of people declaring that marriage is an equal right.
Sometimes men need to call out other men. Here, Keith Olbermann rails against the NFL.
Sam is the 21st recipient of the prestigious Arthur Ashe Courage Award and joins a great legacy of previous winners that includes Muhammad Ali, Pat Tillman, Nelson Mandela and Robin Roberts.
Homophobia Forced Glenn Burke Out Of Major League Baseball. It Took The Game 34 Years To Deal With It
Burke’s story is a modern day tragedy. Once projected as a five-tool player in the mold of the great Willie Mays, Burke never had an opportunity to excel as an everyday player.
Lebron James announced that he will be returning to the Cleveland Cavaliers, and at least one fan is dancin’ in the streets!
Liam Day was on the Coney Island boardwalk last week to capture all the goofy glory that is Nathan’s International Hot Dog Eating Contest.
“My father and I—both stolid men—have always communed through baseball. Sports are and always will be a way in which men connect and speak the unspoken, articulate our ineffable emotions.”
A shock to most, Germany’s dismantling of Brazil in the World Cup explains why they have a legion of fans in China.
Johnnie Jae debunks the idea it’s only white-guilt motivating the change of the Washington team name, and promises that Native folks like herself won’t give up.
This 6 second video highlights the “greatest World Cup performance of this century, complete with all seven of Germany’s goals.”
What happens when very different nations come together to play the world’s favorite game? Jamie Reidy learns about peace-building from a few soccer-loving American service members
Frances Danger calls attention to a controversial blogger.
There couldn’t be a better example of sportsmanship than what happened on Friday at the World Cup.
Michelle Wie’s critics forgot all along that she was only a young person struggling with the same issues all young people struggle with, namely becoming an adult. Now that she has, Liam Day believes she could be on the brink of the greatness every assumed for her when she was 13.