Too high a price to play.
Rubio's ability to process thousands of data points make him basketball 'genius'
Barack Obama has an opportunity to make an impact on the world of sports that only the likes of Dwight Eisenhower and Theodore Roosevelt have managed, writes ESPN's Tom Farrey.
Computer-assisted athletic assessment helps take the guess work out of deciding the best sport to pursue.
Laying a foundation for future success in sports, parents are exposing their toddlers to developmental activities like swimming and gymnastics.
A father builds a multimillion-dollar training facility, then hires the best coach he can to teach his 9-year-old daughter to play soccer.
Want to know what sport your kid should play? Why wait? Everybody into the gene pool.
A former Iraqi athlete paid to advise U.S. officials was fired after expressing concerns about the official chosen to head the sports ministry.
Uday Hussein's reign of terror is over, but an exiled former Iraqi athlete fears the legacy of Saddam's son may live on.
Amid the cries of too little, too late, the chief of the International Olympic Committee has acknowledged that Iraqi athletes were tortured.
Soon, the IOC will tell the world what the world already knows about Uday Hussein. It's about time.
The Iraqi National Olympic Committee headquarters was bombed and largely destroyed Tuesday by U.S. war planes, prompting mixed reaction from former Iraqi athletes who said they have been tortured by Olympic committee chief Uday Hussein.
Bombs on Baghdad may solve the IOC's problem with Uday Hussein, but sharpen concerns about Athens.
Longtime deputy chairman of the Iraqi National Olympic Committee, Aseel Tabra reportedly has been jailed.
Instead of placing limits on football spending, the commission studying Title IX recommended not counting walk-ons in a gender-equity test.