1. Why Sports Leagues and Athletes Should Do More Than the Ice Bucket Challenge

    It's impossible for one to log onto Facebook these days without seeing one (or many) of their friends partaking in the "Ice Bucket Challenge," which is currently taking the world and social media by storm...

    Jason S. Parini Written by Jason S. Parini about 1 hour ago 12 reads 0 comments

  2. People in Sports Who Stopped Aging

    Most guys would kill to play sports professionally. If that couldn’t work, they wouldn’t mind getting paid to talk about them, either...

    Scott Janovitz Written by Scott Janovitz about 9 hours ago 27 reads 0 comments

  3. 12 Things You Never Knew About Famous Sports Stadiums

    Sports stadiums are complex structures, many of which have historical or architectural quirks that the general public might now know about. Fenway Park, Cameron Indoor Stadium, Lambeau Field...

    Laura Depta Written by Laura Depta about 12 hours ago 343 reads 0 comments

  4. Athletes Having a Better Birthday Than You

    There are a lot of different ways to gauge the awesomeness of a given party—in this instance, a birthday party. There’s the location, guest list, food, drinks, decor and, of course, the entertainment...

    Amber Lee Written by Amber Lee about 14 hours ago 19,728 reads 6 comments

  5. Pickup Lines That Would Only Work on Sports Fans

    Pickup lines can be fun and all, but they aren't always the best way to get a girl's number. Like a good joke, wit and perfect timing make a pickup line most effective—as well ...

    Nick Dimengo Written by Nick Dimengo about 15 hours ago 6,578 reads 11 comments

  6. 15 Athletes Who Have Lost Their Magic

    The career arc of a professional athlete is substantially different than that of almost any other profession...

    Amber Lee Written by Amber Lee about 1 day ago 16,398 reads 30 comments

  7. Missy Franklin Injury: Updates on Swimming Star's Back and Return

    Updates from Wednesday, Aug. 20 Communications Director of US Swimming Scott Leightman has an encouraging update regarding Missy Franklin's back: Original Text American ...

    Tim Keeney Written by Tim Keeney about 1 day ago 389 reads 0 comments

  8. 15 Athlete/Fan Moments That Will Melt Your Heart

    Fan access to athletes is more limited than ever before, but increased security and other restrictions haven't completely eliminated moments between sportspeople and spectators that warm the heart...

    Laura Depta Written by Laura Depta about 1 day ago 13,761 reads 22 comments

  9. Cheesiest Lines We Love from Sports Movies

    In sports movies, there are plenty of good and bad moments. And while some of the films that are made have given memorable scenes and lines, when a script isn't any good, then the entire movie could fail...

    Nick Dimengo Written by Nick Dimengo about 1 day ago 33,531 reads 15 comments

  10. Sports TV Shows That Need to Be Rebooted

    Most would agree: Bringing the sports world to the big screen with any semblance of success can be tricky. Unfortunately, the same can be said about television...

    Scott Janovitz Written by Scott Janovitz about 2 days ago 22,347 reads 38 comments

  11. No. 20 Best City to Be a Sports Fan: Toronto

    How much does where you live matter as a sports fan? The short answer is: It depends. If you're an Alabama football fan, there's no better place to live than Tuscaloosa. If you're a Red Sox fan, there's no worse place to live than New York City...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 3 days ago 7,535 reads 29 comments

  12. Most Inspiring 'From-Rags-to-Riches' Sports Stories

    Rags-to-riches stories are just one of the many things we love in sports. We can't seem to get enough of these tales and the athletes who are part of them. The beauty of a real rags-to-riches story is that it doesn't always start from childhood...

    Giancarlo King Written by Giancarlo King about 3 days ago 20,584 reads 36 comments

  13. 10 Sports Stars Who Are Way More Popular Overseas Than You Realized

    Let's be real: Outside the United States, soccer reigns supreme over the sports kingdom. This isn't to say that other major sports are ignored; the NFL has courted pro football fans in the U...

    Amber Lee Written by Amber Lee about 4 days ago 59,060 reads 24 comments

  14. The Best Sports Fails of the Year So Far

    One man's pain is another man's pleasure. While people typically tune in to watch sports to see victories, championships and incredible performances and accomplishments, sometimes ...

    Matt Haupert Written by Matt Haupert about 5 days ago 24,764 reads 8 comments

  15. Cary Williams Returns a Tom Brady Interception 77 Yards for a Touchdown

    Eagles cornerback Cary Williams wasn't afraid to call the New England Patriots cheaters ahead of their preseason game, and he backed up his smack talk...

    Ken Chin Written by Ken Chin about 5 days ago 83,013 reads 80 comments

  16. People in Sports We Used to Love/Hate

    We all have a favorite and least favorite person in sports, that's just a fact. Sometimes, the feelings we have toward a player or coach don't even have anything related to the way they perform, either...

    Nick Dimengo Written by Nick Dimengo about 5 days ago 25,621 reads 41 comments

  17. Little Leaguer Has a Brother Named 'Cash Money'

    Blake Money, congratulations on your Tennessee team making the Little League World Series, but enough about you. We want to know your brother. Your brother's name is Cash. Cash Money...

    Ken Chin Written by Ken Chin about 5 days ago 35,302 reads 56 comments

  18.  25 Great Quotes from Bad Sports Movies

    Great sports movies are a very rich source of memorable quotes. From the inspirational to the comic relief, classics like Major League, The Mighty Ducks and Varsity Blues remain endlessly quotable even decades after their release...

    Amber Lee Written by Amber Lee about 6 days ago 73,590 reads 48 comments

  19. Defining Moments: 15 Matchups That Will Shape the 2014/15 Premier League Season

    The Premier League starts on 16 August , and there will be many fixtures throughout the campaign that will have a big bearing on who wins the title and who succumbs to relegation...

    Crippy Cooke Written by Crippy Cooke about 6 days ago 5,541 reads 13 comments

  20. 11 Insane Things That Were True in Sports 10 Years Ago

    A lot changes in a decade, and this is especially true in sports. Only 10 short years later, mention of the rules, story lines and players from 2004 seems akin to discussing the Roman Empire or the Jurassic period...

    Matt Haupert Written by Matt Haupert about 6 days ago 92,054 reads 69 comments

  21. 20 Crazy Things Twitter Taught Us About Athletes This Summer

    As we all know, Twitter is more than a dumping ground for spectacularly unfunny quips and strangers anonymously saying unforgivably mean things to other strangers...

    Amber Lee Written by Amber Lee about 6 days ago 19,174 reads 9 comments

  22. Mahiedine Mekhissi-Benabbad Rips Off Shirt Well Before Race's Conclusion

    Mahiedine Mekhissi-Benabbad was well on his way to winning the gold medal in the European 3,000-meter steeplechase, his third consecutive capture...

    Sean  Swaby Written by Sean Swaby about 6 days ago 119,165 reads 95 comments

  23. WWE's Roman Reigns Destroys Cardboard Cutouts of LeBron James and Johnny Manziel

    ESPN's SportsNation needed some help cleaning up its set, so it called upon WWE star Roman Reigns to get the job done...

    Kyle Newport Written by Kyle Newport about 7 days ago 39,650 reads 50 comments

  24. No. 21 Best City to Be a Sports Fan: Atlanta

    How much does where you live matter as a sports fan? The short answer is: It depends. If you're an Alabama football fan, there's no better place to live than Tuscaloosa. If you're a Red Sox fan, there's no worse place to live than New York City...

    Adam Fromal Written by Adam Fromal about 7 days ago 4,151 reads 20 comments

  25. People in Sports Who Should Have Quit a Long Time Ago

    No one ever wants to be described as that annoying person who just won't stop, but, unfortunately, because of stubbornness, pride and persistence, there's always one in the crowd. And sports is absolutely no different...

    Nick Dimengo Written by Nick Dimengo about 7 days ago 14,824 reads 32 comments