Jamaican women's bobsled coach Sandra Kiriasis announced on Wednesday she has quit the team, throwing the team into disarray just days before what would be its historic Olympic debut.
We asked one of NASCAR's most familiar faces his picks for rookie of the year, the Daytona 500 and who will replace him as the sport's most popular driver. Here's who Dale Jr. likes.
Reggie Lynch maintains his innocence against sexual misconduct allegations but has dropped appeals of his Minnesota expulsion because he does not feel he could receive a fair hearing.
Thursday's highlights in Pyeongchang include USA's Mikaela Shiffrin, who will go for her second straight slalom gold, while the U.S. men's hockey team will look to shake off their rocky start.
Matt Ryan wasn't able to duplicate his MVP performance from 2016, but he was the only quarterback on the field for every snap last season.
Mookie Betts and Xander Bogaerts acknowledge tension in the Red Sox clubhouse last yer
A U.S. District Court judge denied a motion Thursday to dismiss federal criminal charges against former Adidas executives James Gatto and Merl Code and former sports agent Christian Dawkins in the FBI's investigation into college basketball corruption.
Yancy Medeiros defeated Alex Oliveira in a back-and-forth battle at UFC 218 -- ESPN's Fight of the Year. Will he be able to replicate that acclaimed performance against veteran Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone on Sunday night?
New Cardinals coach Steve Wilks said Thursday that wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald would be back with Arizona for 2018, his 15th season.
Tiger Woods is on the course at the Genesis Open, paired with Rory McIlroy and Justin Thomas.
Vegas remains No. 1 -- while Tampa Bay and Nashville round out the top three -- but Boston's recent run has shaved the Lightning's lead in the Atlantic Division to just one point.
With Kentucky missing an edge, along with a couple of pieces, could the reeling Wildcats miss the NCAA tourney for the second time under John Calipari?
After 19 failed attempts, Dale Earnhardt won the 1998 Daytona 500 as crew members from several teams took part in the celebration. It was a storybook scene, one the sport will likely never be able to replicate.
Gregg Marshall yells and screams. That's how he gets his point across. But he also listens. Amid an up-and-down year at Wichita State, the man whom bigger programs are always chasing will listen again.
If LeBron James stays in Cleveland and the Cavs keep the players they acquired at the deadline, owner Dan Gilbert's team could be looking at an enormous payroll and tax bill next season.
Purdue has lost two in a row and been bumped out of first place in the Big Ten. Villanova has lost two of three. That's still not enough to move either out of a No. 1 seed.
Have Oklahoma's recent struggles hurt Trae Young's Wooden Award campaign? Arizona's Deandre Ayton is among the players who might get another look.
New York doesn't have an exorbitant amount to spend given its current situation, but it is enough to "make things work."
Running back Corey Clement joins the throng of Eagles fans getting ink following Philadelphia's first Super Bowl title.
And then there was one. With Sebastian Janikowski and the Raiders parting ways, Tom Brady is the last of the 2000 class to stick with his team.