Is the constant boundary pushing in extreme sports a dangerous manifestation of a crisis of masculinity, or something much more interesting?
With Australia on the verge of a fresh AFL season, our Aussie in New York, David Saunders, brings you all you’ll need to know about this exciting brand of football in yet another edition of Sports Explained.
The death of a 23-year-old boxer has prompted a call by the Queensland branch of the Australian Medical Association for the sport to be banned in Australia.
Jason Bourne has nothing on this kid, who shows us what Parkour is all about.
When it comes to facing addiction, focusing on getting addicted to something healthy can be key.
The first batch of NCAA Tournament games are in the books and the Friday Sports Dump shines a flashlight on the upsets and the moments that make the sports fan upset.
David Packman discusses the role of sport and why it is such an essential part of being human.
David K. Williams’ three winning lessons from basketball that will help you up your game in life and in work.
Tor Constantino’s hoops team didn’t make the NCAA Tournament due to scandal—so he turns to trick shot videos instead
MLB is changing its rules to pick up the pace. But according to Nate Graziano, it’s not that the games are too long; it’s that we’ve become too damned impatient.
Brian Patrick Harmon hopes that the bomb dropped by 49ers linebacker Chris Borland by retiring from the NFL at age 24 will have lasting effect not only in the NFL but in youth football.
Earlier this year we asked for your reasons for running. We’ve run some great submissions, and we still want yours.
As Zlatan Imbrahimovic continues to provide his top-shelf one-liners and March Madness brings out the best in coaches and players alike, David Packman finds a story that stands above them all as he looks at the most memorable quotes from the world of sport in the past week (March 10 to 17, 2015). ___ This […]
Bob Sinclair gives us the perfect example of why “taking a break” from your routine isn’t a good thing.
After a five second inbounds play and a couple of clumsy possessions by Vanderbilt, the Racers drop the first buzzer beater upset of the 2010 NCAA Tournament.