Is it wrong to so ardently enjoy a game that is known to cause severe injuries? What does it take to be a responsible football fan?
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How does the line between fun and abused get blurred?
— My first sports memories are not good. Granted, I wasn’t overly coordinated or skilled at anything athletically until I was about fourteen, but that’s not where my memories begin. My memories begin around seven or eight with baseball coaches sighing when they said my name, dreading the thought at having to put me in…
Sunday is football day and I’m not ashamed to admit it.
Please. Do. Better.
During a climbing trip to Turkey, on a routine day, professional climber Rannveig Aamodt made a small mistake that almost cost her her life.
I am kind of a celebrity.
In the dark, alone.
And more on the Utes’ postseason.
One of the things I like about this period is that gay men are starting to discover sports, and are coming out of the closets as sports fans.
A recent study that showed that 110 of 111 brains of deceased NFL players had a serious brain disease raised concerns once again about concussions.
Why are we falling short of doing what’s right?
Childhood memories of a father figure
Former Major League Baseball player Ryan Freel committed suicide in 2012. It’s now been confirmed he suffered from Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy, the national pastime’s first documented case. Neil Cohen discusses how MLB is getting proactive.
Steven Holcomb was a world champion bobsledder. But he had a secret. He was going blind. Here is an excerpt from his new memoir.
How a loss inspired a record setting career.