‘New York Times’ sports writer John Branch reports on everything from the Olympics to the World Yo-Yo Contest
Turns out, even if you don't play basketball, you can learn a lot from the sport and its athletes
It's not just a hatred of the federal government that motivates the scofflaws—it's their deeply held faith
'Play On,' a new book from journalist Jeff Bercovici, explores how aging elite athletes stay at the top of their game
He's the best American runner in a generation. Too bad nobody likes him.
What the Bundy family's battle with the federal government really means for the future of public lands in the American West.
Does not being moved by a tremendous cycling effort make you some sort of sociopath?
The tennis superstar describes her favorite exercises and how she keeps a level head in tough moments, on and off the court.
Last month, the university banned the Outing Club on the grounds that activities like backpacking and canoeing were too risky. But the students aren't about to disband without a fight.
She hosts Travel Channel’s ‘Mysterious Islands,’ flies planes, scuba dives, travels solo to the most remote corners of the world—and she's just getting started
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