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Michael Schumacher, the world’s most famous race-car driver, is lost in a coma
The sudden fall of the L.A. Lakers under Jim Buss has been the stuff of great fiction—and low comedy
John Junker, once one of the most powerful men in college football, is going to prison
John Junker has gone from being one of the most powerful men in college football to working in a soup-kitchen
In Alaska's 1,049-mile trail sled dog race, coming in last is still an amazing accomplishment. Doing it twice requires a very special musher
The New York Knicks owner is the Fredo Corleone of the NBA
The city game is being dominated by some college teams in the Midwest. What hath Larry Bird wrought?
She went viral in shoulder pads and a helmet, running over, around and through the boys, and now Sam Gordon is looking forward to a bigger challenge… and fifth grade
Being the best at her sport, a great student and squeaky clean aren’t enough to get her into the championships.
The Minnesota Timberwolves star forward has emerged as one of the best players in the NBA. That could be bad news for his fans in the Twin Cities
Translating the tortured, tortuous language of soccer can be a kick in the head
A soccer demigod may be ready to plant his MLS franchise in Miami, a town that’s in no mood to build him – or anyone – a new stadium
Football started here. So there. Here’s a timeline of the Garden State’s most memorable football moments, some of which denizens wish they could forget
He might be the best basketball player you’ve never heard of, but hoops isn’t why you need to hear Johnny Neumann’s story of weed, women, rebellion and homework
Scott Mitchell’s team isn’t ready for March Madness, but they had plenty of madness (and fun) in December