After a lifetime of hurt, there is no quit in the baddest mother alive, as UFC champion Ronda Rousey is about to find out.
By writing their own scripts, espnW Woman of the Year Becky Hammon and the rest of our Impact 25 restored a long-dormant optimism about sports' power to lift us up.
In ESPN The Magazine's Body issue, Allison Glock writes about Shaquill and Shaquem Griffin, a pair of twins with only three hands between them and NFL dreams.
In ESPN The Magazine's Fantasy Football issue, Allison Glock retraces the steps of Victor Cruz's implausible and incredible breakout year.
In ESPN The Magazine, Allison Glock writes about Rosalind Ross and Malika Willoughby, two hoop stars who shared secrets that would be their ruin.
In ESPN The Magazine, Allison Glock spends the day with Mario Chalmers and finds his toughest opponent is his dad.
Kevin Durant has kept busy during the lockout -- coaching Pee-Wee teams, becoming a YouTube sensation. Allison Glock writes about how he doesn't need the NBA to become a star, but the NBA sure needs him.
ESPN's Allison Glock thanks sports for teaching girls to embrace their inner badass.
The fastest-rising star in the world's most controversial sport, Chuck Liddell has frightened a lot of opponents -- including old-school sports guys. Not bad for someone who paints his toenails.
THE FASTEST-RISING STAR IN THE WORLD'S MOST CONTROVERSIAL SPORT, CHUCK LIDDELL HAS FRIGHTENED A LOT OF OPPONENTS-INCLUDING OLD-SCHOOL SPORTS GUYS. NOT BAD FOR SOMEONE WHO PAINTS HIS TOENAILS
EXPN The Magazine: She's young. She's tiny. And she's fast (she could be the first woman to ride full-time in the men's pro motocross series). Ashley Fiolek is also deaf. Listen up.
A day in the life of Shaun White.