The sixth annual edition of ESPN The Magazine's The Body Issue will feature 22 athletes posing nude, including five-time Wimbledon champion Venus Williams, 18-time Olympic gold medalist Michael Phelps and Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch.
The complete roster for the 530-member U.S. Olympic team for the 2012 London Games. Athletes listed by sport, with their respective discipline or event.
If it wasn't the best sports day in history it was certainly one of the busiest. From tennis to soccer to baseball to tracks to hockey to basketball to boxing, June 9 had everything but football.
U.S. Open golf champion Rory McIlroy met Andy Murray at Wimbledon on Tuesday and had no advice other than to "keep doing what you're doing."
Bikram yoga, boxing, wind sprints. Not the most attractive way to spend the holiday season -- unless you're fervently preparing for the daunting Down Under crucible.
Cowboys Stadium to holst inaugural Cowboys Tennis Slam.
Martina Hingis vs. Joe Calzaghe might be a mismatch either on the tennis court or in a boxing ring. Going head to head on the dance floor might be a close run thing.
Second-seeded Caroline Wozniacki dominated Edina Gallovits 6-0, 6-0, winning 20 of the final 21 points in a 19-minute first set before taking 24 minutes to finish Gallovits off.
The much-anticipated fight, pitting junior welterweight champ Ricky Hatton and pound-for-pound king Manny Pacquiao, is signed, sealed and delivered, promoters Top Rank and Golden Boy announced.
Tiger Woods, Tom Brady, Kobe Bryant and Alex Rodriguez are the contenders for best male athlete as the ESPY nominees have been announced.
The 19,000 fans at MSG were exultant following Sampras-Federer IV. However, the quasi-competitive nature did little to gauge the form of the current world No. 1, who has been mired in a minislump.
Jack Leonard, a boxing trainer who was attacked after refusing to turn a champion fighter's contract to the mob, has died. He was 89.
The Super Bowl champion Indianapolis Colts lead the way with six ESPY nominations this year.
Olympic athletes may be allowed to blog for the first time at the 2008 Beijing Games.
Sharon Stoll knows why the sports page often reads like a police blotter -- filled with news of illegal drugs, rapes, beatings and other crimes committed by athletes.