There's nothing more American than spending this holiday kicking back, relaxing and taking in the national pastime. There are 15 MLB games on the docket plus some French Open action in the Games We're Watching.
When Benita Fitzgerald Mosley agreed to serve on a USA Track & Field task force after the Beijing Olympics, she had no idea she would be writing her own job description.
As executive vice president, JoAnn Neale wants to make sure the MLS has a positive impact on communities that support the teams.
A certified sport psychology consultant for the USOC, Dr. Wendy Borlabi is charged with preparing athletes -- mentally -- for the Olympic Games.
On 11/11/11, we decided to reflect on the 11 top women's sports moments of 2011. What a year it's already been, and it's not over yet.
The CEO of the New York Road Runners talks about being in charge of the NYC Marathon as part of our Power Players series on women in sports business.
Superstar athletes gathered Wednesday night in New York City to celebrate women in sports -- and the young girls they inspire.
The movie, which premiered in Philadelphia last week, chronicles college basketball's first women's national title team and opens nationwide Friday.
Throughout October, the NFL and its players are raising money and awareness to aid in the fight against breast cancer.
Amy Trask was the first female chief executive in the NFL when she was tabbed to lead the Raiders in 1997. She's still the only woman running a NFL team.
Before Hope Solo makes her debut on "Dancing With the Stars" tonight, sports figures who have previously appeared on the show have some advice.
The Soccer United Marketing president talks about growing MLS and the game in North America as part of espnW's Power Players series.
An accident left Rachelle Friedman wheelchair bound. Since, she has found a healing power in the most unlikely of places -- quad rugby.
Washington Mystics, Wizards and Capitals owner Sheila Johnson discusses business, philanthropy and growing the WNBA for our Power Players series.
Sports have been dreary in Seattle recently: The Sonics fled town, the Seahawks still haven't won a Super Bowl and the M's just suffered a 17-game losing streak.
Nancy Lieberman is basketball's first lady. There is little in the sport she hasn't done -- including coaching a men's pro team.