After a successful run in IndyCar, Danica Patrick switched over to NASCAR last year and had a rocky start. She wants to win this year, but she's also out to gain some credibility, writes Janet Reitman in ESPN The Magazine.
At first, double-amputee Oscar Pistorius was running on the Paralympic circuit using his high-tech running blades. Now that he's won an international court battle, he can run against able-bodied athletes at the London Olympic games.
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — The New York Times reported Friday that Lance Armstrong, who has strongly denied the doping charges that led to him being stripped of his seven Tour de France titles, has told associates he is considering admitting to the use...
Young swimmers hoping to emulate the double Olympic gold medallist Rebecca Adlington's Beijing exploits at the London 2012 Games are being subjected to an unacceptably heavy training regime and excessive "surveillance", a study has concluded.
College and professional sports continue to provide unequal funding for women. Paying men more for the same sport gives women in the sport less incentive to push themselves and discourages future female participation in the sport.
As the United States goes through a recession, many professional athletes are still being paid gigantic contracts. Do they really deserve these outrageous paychecks? The simple answer is NO, however there are a few positives involved with giving out this amount of money.
An upcoming debate will ask the question, "should college football be banned?" Buzz Bissinger raises some valid arguments why it should be, but ultimately misses just how valuable college football is to academic programs.
Does your teenager have a passion for sports that he puts above all else? Does he excel on the court or field but is failing in the classroom? Dr. Phil supports having dreams, goals and passion, but says it's a good idea to have a backup plan and to keep education a priority. He has advice for finding the balance between your teen's passion and their academics.
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