It's a day for World Cup mourning after the U.S. was eliminated in a heartbreaking loss to Belgium. Goalkeeper Tim Howard, though, might feel like a winner with all the Internet accolades coming his way.
Cristiano Ronaldo steals World Cup victory from the United States, Keegan Bradley takes credit for Michelle Wie's U.S. Open win and 101-year-old Rosemary Depler puts 50 Cent in his place.
In honor of Women's History Month, we highlight some of the most influential women and moments in sports history.
A clinic conducted by the Williams sisters thrilled youngsters in Jamaica, where there is a push on to grow tennis in a country dominated by track and field.
Star athletes join First Lady Michelle Obama in high-powered workout session to raise awareness for her anti-obesity campaign.
Some holiday cheer to our sports stars -- from Brittney Griner to Serena Williams to McKayla Maroney to Tamika Catchings -- who gave us plenty of moments to remember in 2012.
In this week's "That's What She Said," Sarah Spain looks back on the big names in London, previews their futures and embraces an Olympic sport of her own.
The latest Bracket of Awesome ogles the athletes with the best bods. Whose is most awesome? You get to decide.
Who is the face of women's sports? Our espnW roundtable answers an elusive question.
From body suits to bikinis: Paul Lukas of Uni Watch takes a look at the history of women's sports fashion.
On 11/11/11, we decided to reflect on the 11 top women's sports moments of 2011. What a year it's already been, and it's not over yet.
As U.S. players tumble out of the Top 10, the sport is flourishing in other countries. In response, the USTA has revamped its system to reach players at a younger age.