Gare Joyce tells the story in ESPN The Magazine's Fiction Issue of an ABA hothead was as feared as he was cheered. Then he vanished.
Gare Joyce has attended only one Olympic marathon. Sadly, the winner was a complete fraud. Will the IOC ever do anything about it?
Welcome to the world of shot-putting -- the one Olympic event in which steroids don't appear to be the silver bullet.
A medical condition forced David Carle to stop playing hockey, but hockey isn't going to forget about him.
Patrick Roy's beleaguered legacy took another hit with last weekend's infamous junior hockey brawl.
Two years after Duquesne players were shot at a campus dance, the team still wonders what might have been.
David Edwards inspired a "Friday Night Lights" character, but he inspired many more people in his all-too-short life.
The passing of W.C. Heinz reminds us of the story that made him a sportswriting monarch.
Calgary Flames prospect Mickey Renaud died suddenly at 19. His junior team tries to play on without him.
Jesse Marunde was one of the strongest men on the planet. Did he push himself too far?
John Ferguson isn't in the Hall of Fame, but the Montreal Canadiens wouldn't have won five Cups without him.
Softball pitcher Eddie Feigner was more than a traveling sideshow: he may have been the best ever at his craft.
Was the grand-nephew of Senators coach Bryan Murray banned from hockey for speaking English?