The U.S. women's soccer stars post a hilarious impersonation for the world to see.
The megastar makes fast work of the first lady's #GimmeFive campaign.
Triathlete Sarah Groff True doesn't settle for traditional snacks and gels while training. Her go-to dish? A tasty ham-and-egg rice cake she carries with her on her bike.
The terminally ill Mount St. Joseph freshman continues to inspire us all - including the governor of Ohio.
The seven-time Grand Slam champion got the glaring Barbora Zahlavova-Strycova to change her tune after a hard-fought match at the Qatar Open.
Michelle Wie, Jane Park and Christina Kim are on a whole nother level when it comes to having fun at work functions.
Those unfinished gates have a way of leaving a girl wanting more.
Fill in the blank. The former NBA champion who is now coaching a high school girls team in California thinks girls are (blank) than boys.
Turns out the tennis star did find a bright side to her time spent with the golf star.
How would you feel if you had to be separated from these two? The WNBA star has made her emotions clear.
Kayla Lombardo, a senior third baseman with Fordham, is sharing her season journey with espnW. In her second entry, she discovers a simple way out of an extremely frustrating predicament, thanks to her father.
The Olympic gold medalist has a few friends who have been there, done that.
Brittany Lincicome, Jodi Ewart Shadoff, Paula Creamer and Sandra Gal are desperately seeking their lost luggage.
Track star Natasha Hastings finds herself short a running mate and short of cash for the epic fight scheduled for May.
Abby Wambach served as the honorary starter. She was joined by U.S. soccer teammates Christie Rampone and Kelley O'Hara in VIP circles at the racetrack. And Amy Purdy drove the pace car.
The U.S. weightlifter proudly displays the rings right on her head.