Johnny Manziel off Twitter? With Phil Jackson tweeting and a Ryan Lochte reality show, there's no shortage of clowns in this edition of "The Buzz That Was."
After winning Wimbledon in July and a gold medal at the Olympics a few weeks later, Serena Williams finished her summer by capturing her fourth U.S. Open title and 15th Grand Slam event.
Triple gold medalist Allyson Felix is starting a month away from training, a well-deserved break given how hard she works the rest of the time.
Serena Williams won Wimbledon and the Olympic gold medal. She is the favorite at the U.S. Open, according to our panel.
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.
In this week's "That's What She Said," Sarah Spain talks about how Olympians react to the culmination of a lifetime of hard work and sacrifice.
Venus Williams fell meekly to 79th-ranked Elena Vesnina, 6-1, 6-3 in the first round at Wimbledon. Can Williams fare any better on the same courts when the Olympics begin later this month?
Maureen Wilton Mancuso broke the marathon record at age 13, but it was decades later before she got her due as a pioneer in women's distance running.
Who is the face of women's sports? Our espnW roundtable answers an elusive question.
Age and health problems have knocked Venus and Serena Williams from the top of the tennis world. Let's appreciate their final years.
Venus Williams has learned to live with Sjogren's syndrome. And now she's slowly learning how to win with it.
Some professional female athletes open up about the challenges -- and joys -- of combining pro sports with motherhood.
Serena Williams made a bold declaration against love, so how will her decision to swear off men for the next decade affect her game? Pretty well, say our contributors.
From body suits to bikinis: Paul Lukas of Uni Watch takes a look at the history of women's sports fashion.
Whitney Houston's music taught me, and more than a few female athletes, to look inside ourselves and believe.
The Serena Williams who is known for her determination and fighting spirit wasn't in Melbourne on Monday. Instead, Williams was beaten at her own game Down Under.