"The thing that was so disturbing was it was children," one parent said. "Whether they are high school, elementary school or middle school—they're children."
I collapsed and when I briefly regained consciousness I remember seeing the terror on the faces of my teammates and coaches as they desperately tried to help me. At this point the blade was lodged in my brain.
The teenager's family said she had an "amazing day" as she recovers from a spinal injury she sustained in September.
It is difficult today—it is difficult always—to speak with clarity about the prospects for peace on the Korean Peninsula.
Gruden stepped down as coach on Monday after homophobic, racist and misogynistic emails emerged.
The world's oldest annual marathon has been pounding the road since 1897, and its first-ever world's best time was set in 1947 by Korean runner Yun Bok-suh.
The cheerleader's family said Noble was recently able to do some physical therapy and had spent her longest time yet in a wheelchair.
The world's oldest annual marathon was postponed from April, when it usually takes place, due to the ongoing COVID pandemic.
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A top Democrat on the U.S. House education committee said the money should be used to support students, not expensive sports facilities.
The incident represents the third time a competitor has died in the 35-year history of the Marathon des Sables.
"I apologized again for being a distraction, a coach should not be a distraction," Jaguars head coach Urban Meyer said following the incident.
The most decorated American gymnast of all-time, Simone Biles, has opened up about Larry Nassar's abuse and revealed she "should have quit way before Tokyo."
Posing as "Dave from Basketball Digest," Letterman asked Brooklyn Nets star Kevin Durant why he was called "KD" and several other joking questions.
Baseball was dismissed as a "pathetic" sport and "cheap copy" of cricket by fans angry at the attention the catch received.
The former WWE and WCW star told fans: "I've never run from past behaviors before and I'm not going to start now."
New Netflix documentary film "Schumacher" looks at the life of the seven-time Formula One champion and his family following his 2013 accident.
Since the NFL announced its COVID-19 vaccine protocols, with strict rules for unvaccinated players, Beasley has been vocal about his opposition to the vaccine.
Prince Harry said competitors "are now stronger than ever before" in an appearance with Jill Biden.
The Blue Jackets said that Cleveland Monsters Associate Coach and former National Hockey League defenseman Steve McCarthy will replace Sylvain Lefebvre.
"I am not a fan of cricket but I would watch it if this was guaranteed to happen," joked one observer.
The four-time world heavyweight champion stepped in to replace boxing legend Oscar De La Hoya, who pulled out of the match after testing positive for COVID-19.
Walsh claimed that reporters like Georgia's Lindsey Gough want football stadiums to be "quiet and gentle."
The NFL should be primed to welcome back fans after COVID and social justice activism drove so many away.
Keula Nidreia Pereira Semedo may not be leaving Tokyo with a Paralympic medal, but the 32-year-old will be leaving the Games with an engagement ring.
Admirers had expressed concerns for Unger's health after she went on Instagram Live and was seen hysterically crying.
The Jacksonville Jaguars said "no player was released because of their vaccination status" after head coach Urban Meyers said it was a "consideration."