Alpine racer Justin Reiter will be the last snowboarder to compete for Team USA in Sochi. Meet the most passionate Olympic snowboarder you've never heard of.
The Olympic men's snowboardcross has been postponed due to fog.
After barely making the U.S. team, Joss Christensen's gold proves doubters wrong
Dara Howell continued Canada's dominance at Rosa Khutor Extreme Park, soaring to Olympic gold in women's slopestyle skiing on Tuesday.
Sage Kotsenburg of the United States won the first gold medal of the 2014 Olympics on Saturday, soaring to victory in the men's snowboarding slopestyle final.
Lara Gut likes a downhill course icy and extreme, with just a touch of technical elements along the way.
Cesilie Carlton plunged the equivalent of seven stories into the murky waters of Barcelona's harbor.
Snowboard World Cup races at the Sochi Olympic venue have been canceled by because of warm weather.
Finally on the ground in Bora Bora for the IronMana Liquid Festival, I meet the mastermind (and extreme poet) behind one of the most unique sporting events on the planet.
German Olympic officials said Friday that a rower had left the London Games after a broadcaster reported that her boyfriend is a supporter of an extreme right-wing party in Germany.
Don't knock all-star cheerleading. As writer Samantha Shapiro explores in the "Speed" issue of ESPN The Magazine, these grade-school girls are as seriously competitive as Peyton Manning.
Belgian runner Stefaan Engels has set a Guinness World Record after crossing the finish line of his 365th consecutive marathon.
As harsh as his punishment was in the US PGA Championship, American golfer Dustin Johnson won't be the last sportsman to suffer extreme misfortune.
Journeyman shooter Larry Ayuso went to NBA camps twice but never made it. Dreaming of the NBA, he will be spending Christmas playing D-League ball in Iowa, Chris Sheridan writes.
With the Olympic trials set to get under way this week, wrestling -- once two hairy guys swatting, tackling and throwing each other on a mat in an echoey gym -- is changing, and purposely so.
Colorado extreme skier John Nicoletta lost control when he tried to ski off a band of rock called the Headwall, tumbling to his death in the Subaru Freeskiing World Championships at the Alyeska Ski Resort in Girdwood.