After years of silence, former basketball star Ruthie Bolton says she was routinely beaten by her former husband and hopes that her story can help others.
Michelle Smith, who covered Richard Sherman when he played for Stanford, knows there's a lot more to the Seahawks cornerback than his postgame comments Sunday showed.
Sixteen months after the death of her twin sister and teammate, Sam, Stanford's Carly Wopat feels her sister's presence every time she steps onto the volleyball court.
A top recruit who lost her father and basketball career, Tierra Rogers fought through heartbreak and depression to inspire her teammates at Cal.
This week's 53rd man, 49ers rookie Garrett Celek, earned a surprising place in the NFL by emulating his big brother Brent of the Eagles.
Once known for her changing hair color, piercings and tattoos, she's now an ardent student and activist. She lives life as she plays -- giving her all every moment.
The World Cup superfans are none other than the players' friends and family, traveling around Germany in red, white and blue to support their loved ones.
Over the last three weeks, Japan has beaten opponents with its precision passing and possession game. The U.S. counters with a more physical team.
The 1999 team has been the frame of reference for women's soccer in the U.S. This team wants to leave its own mark, and with one more win, it will.
While players primp, family and friends soak in the atmosphere at ESPN headquarters. Players have been working all of their lives for this moment -- and it's finally here.
The secret of success for this year's Final Four teams is blending personalities.