With women’s boxing making its debut at the London 2012 Olympic Games, we take a look back at some events that didn’t quite cut it (RIP, “swimming obstacle race”)
Amid a renewed push to make cricket an Olympic sport, one writer goes to bat for this shockingly aggressive — yet delightfully civilized — pastime
After her Olympic career was nearly derailed by a “Dancing With the Stars” mishap, volleyball phenom Misty May-Treanor prepares for a big comeback in London
The rise and fall — and rise — of U.S. swimmer Katie Hoff
Olympics-bound U.S. racewalker Trevor Barron’s uphill path to the top
U.S. boxer Rau’shee Warren powers his way back for a third shot at Olympic glory
With the London Olympics approaching, U.S. sprinter Allyson Felix is on track for an individual gold
Just in time for all those college bowl parties, we put together a roster of stadium trivia that’s guaranteed to impress the crowd
Why everyone should just learn to love LeBron
A look at the thrilling run-up to this year’s Breeders’ Cup
Why bull riding is the most exciting eight seconds in sports
The Paris-Roubaix, France’s other legendary bike race
Unwilling to give up her dancing dream, a 31-year-old dons a tutu
A writer signs on for the extreme exercise regimen known as CrossFit. Torment ensues.
A celebration of the humble Wiffle Ball
One (very) amateur golfer travels to Mississippi’s gulf coast to see if the sport’s best new technology can improve his game. By Mike Guy
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Equal parts motocross champion, rally car ace and Evel Knievel, Travis Pastrana is about to embark on his biggest dare yet: saving nascar
To prevent injury, the NFL could stand to be more cerebral.
The greens of Kauai entice a former golfer back to the tee.