by Josh Israel Sep 16, 2015
The two competitors have spent more than $101 million dollars on television ads over the past month and a half, buying nearly 30,000 airings, according to the Wall Street Journal.
by Rupali Srivastava Jul 29, 2015
Sprinter Dutee Chand won back the right to compete as a female, but lost a year of crucial competition. And she's not the only one.
by Rupali Srivastava Jun 5, 2015
"It would be so easy -- they've done it for the men's World Cup, they already have the infrastructure."
by Sacha Feinman & Josh Israel May 7, 2015
While daily fantasy sports companies claim that their contests are not gambling, legal ambiguity abounds.
by Zack Ford Feb 10, 2015
A committee voted 10-2 to overturn an inclusive policy for transgender student athletes.
by Emily Atkin Dec 22, 2014
"Our sport was born on frozen ponds and relies on winter weather,” NHL commissioner Gary Bettman said in a statement.
by Zack Ford Dec 3, 2014
Conservative have stoked fears, but there's nothing controversial about letting transgender students play on the sports team they identify with.
by Jessica Goldstein Jun 23, 2014
Why do some ties feel worse than losses? A sports psychologist explains after that CRUSHING tie against Portugal.
by Zack Ford Feb 20, 2014
Virginia's new policy creates qualifications for transgender athletes that no student will likely ever meet.
by Ari Phillips Feb 12, 2014
A lack of accountability has allowed Russia to bypass environmental concerns in Sochi, making the Olympics more like a state-sponsored undertaking from the Soviet era rather than a modern day sporting event.