1. Skeleton Star Noelle Pikus-Pace Aims to Complete Comeback with Gold in Sochi

    If there were a Comeback Player of the Year award at the Olympics, U.S. skeleton star Noelle Pikus-Pace would surely be a shoo-in. After the first two of four runs in the skeleton finals, she is in second place ...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 7 months ago 10,613 reads 1 comments

  2. Sochi Winter Olympics 2014: Day 3 Winners and Losers

    On Day 3 in Sochi, the curlers swept, the speedskaters sped and the lugers rocketed down the track in a bevy of stellar, albeit somewhat predictable, performances. The U.S. women’s hockey team dominated, while American speedskaters disappeared...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 7 months ago 73,414 reads 19 comments

  3. Winners and Losers of the 2014 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am

    After Jimmy Walker took a seemingly commanding lead into Sunday at the AT&T National Pro-Am, he turned the blustery, star-studded tournament into a knee-buckler in the end...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 7 months ago 6,056 reads 1 comments

  4. The Biggest Winners and Losers of the 2014 Waste Management Open

    You may want to find out who Kevin Stadler is picking to win the Super Bowl because the new winner of the Waste Management Open in Scottsdale is one lucky dude...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 8 months ago 5,620 reads 3 comments

  5. 20 Best Non-American Olympians Every American Should Know

    The Olympic stars will be out in Sochi, and many of them will be from countries not named the United States...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 8 months ago 3,250 reads 5 comments

  6. Olympic Curling 2014: Complete Guide for Sochi Winter Olympics

    You might curl your lip at the very mention of the sport of curling. Don’t. Instead, you should watch it, smile and applaud what is an internationally-regulated sport with top athletes who are popular throughout the world...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 8 months ago 19,988 reads 5 comments

  7. 2014 Farmers Insurance Open: Winners and Losers from Torrey Pines

    The 2014 Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines turned out to be full of surprises not the least of which was 112th ranked Scott Stallings coming away with the victory...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 8 months ago 6,107 reads 8 comments

  8. What Makes Tiger Woods and Torrey Pines a Perfect Match?

    Ah, the comfort of home, or as close to it as Tiger Woods may get when he tees it up at Torrey Pines, where he is the defending champion of the Farmer’s Insurance Open and where he has won eight times including his last major title at the U...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 8 months ago 2,658 reads 2 comments

  9. The Los Angeles Dodgers Should Not Trade Matt Kemp

    As the Los Angeles Dodgers look to bolster their team in the offseason, they should definitely not trade their All-Star center fielder, Matt Kemp . All of this talk about dealing Kemp is ridiculous...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 9 months ago 1,360 reads 7 comments

  10. Is Brandel Chamblee Labeling Tiger Woods a Cheater Fair or Foul?

    It is one thing for Brandel Chamblee to criticize Tiger Woods ' swing and quite another thing to question the No. 1 player in the world's veracity...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 11 months ago 13,546 reads 181 comments

  11. Is There Any Way to Make the Presidents Cup More Competitive?

    The 2013 Presidents Cup was over before it started, and that is really too bad for an international event that should be competitive and at the very least fun to watch...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 12 months ago 849 reads 2 comments

  12. Winners and Losers of the 2013 Presidents Cup

    For the eighth time in 10 tries, the USA team skunked—or should we say squirreled—the International team in the Presidents Cup beating them handily 18.5 to 15.5. It’s gotta be tough when your entire team is upstaged by a squirrel ...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 12 months ago 30,936 reads 12 comments

  13. Presidents Cup 2013: 10 Bold Predictions for This Year's Tournament

    On the face of it, the upcoming Presidents Cup looks to be another one-sided affair in which the veteran-laden USA team waltzes past an International squad packed with rookies...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 12 months ago 2,841 reads 4 comments

  14. Presidents Cup 2013 Field: Odds, Favorites and Tournament Preview

    The Presidents Cup may soon have to be renamed the America's Cup. In nine previous meetings between the USA and International squads, the USA has come away with seven wins...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 12 months ago 3,339 reads 4 comments

  15. Why Tiger Woods as 2013 PGA Tour Player of the Year Was Ultimately a No-Brainer

    Sometimes the easiest choice is the best choice, and in the case of Tiger Woods receiving his 11th PGA Tour Player of the Year award , the selection was as easy as counting to five...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 12 months ago 8,455 reads 25 comments

  16. 2013 Presidents Cup: Projected Pairings for Both Teams

    If world rankings are any indication of strength, then the U.S. team conjures up Goliath to the International’s David as the two prepare to for their biennial meeting in the President's Cup at Muirfield GC in Columbus, Ohio...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 12 months ago 15,934 reads 6 comments

  17. Biggest Winners and Losers of the 2013 FedEx Cup

    As golf’s biggest names tumbled down the leaderboard, a rejuvenated Henrik Stenson employed his cool demeanor and sweet swing to scorch the field and take the $10 million grand prize and the coveted 2013 FedEx Cup...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 12 months ago 34,637 reads 9 comments

  18. BMW Championship 2013: Biggest Winners and Losers at Conway Farms

    As they headed into the backstretch of the FedEx Cup playoffs, PGA Tour players jockeyed for position at the BMW Championship, setting up a ferocious finish at the upcoming season’s finale at East Lake...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 1 year ago 10,171 reads 6 comments

  19. Deutsche Bank Championship 2013: Winners and Losers of 2nd Step in FedEx Cup

    If you like fun-filled kids games, you must have loved the Deutsche Bank Championship, where players moved up and down the board and the FedEx Cup standings as if they were playing Parcheesi ...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 1 year ago 7,795 reads 14 comments

  20. What Winning the 2013 FedEx Cup Would Mean for Phil Mickelson's Legacy

    It may be hard to believe, but Phil Mickelson once held the unenviable moniker of “best golfer never to have won a major...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 1 year ago 3,485 reads 18 comments

  21. How Tiger Woods' Bad Back Shakes Up FedEx Cup

    Another tournament, another injury for Tiger Woods . This time the injury is to his back, which sent him to his knees as he yanked his second shot on the 13th hole at The Barclays , the opening event for the FedEx Cup playoffs...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 1 year ago 10,097 reads 26 comments

  22. Barclays 2013 Results: Biggest Winners and Losers from Liberty National

    A slew of world-class players shot their way to the top of the leaderboard at The Barclays, the opening leg of the FeEx Cup playoffs, only to succumb to the intensity that comes with playing for a chance at $1...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 1 year ago 18,698 reads 7 comments

  23. Everything You Need to Know About How the FedEx Cup Works

    With a $10 million grand prize at stake and multiple millions in event purses, the FedEx Cup could easily be called the pay-offs rather than the playoffs...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 1 year ago 42,452 reads 6 comments

  24. 10 Burning Questions Ahead of the 2013 FedEx Cup

    Tiger Woods may be more than 750 points ahead of second place Matt Kuchar in the FedEx Cup standings, but he is not a shoo-in for the $10 million top prize...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 1 year ago 6,268 reads 1 comments

  25. Winners and Losers of the 2013 Wyndham Championship

    Youth took the stage at the 2013 Wyndham Championship, and it did not disappoint. Twenty-three-year-old Patrick Reed fought off two feisty young peers, 20-year-old Jordan Spieth ...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 1 year ago 7,125 reads 2 comments