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Why Do So Many Women’s Sports Still Incorporate Skirts?
Why Aren't There More Asian-Americans in Pro Team Sports?
The 12 Best Soccer Goal Celebrations of All Time
10 Funny Intramural Team Names
10 Tips for Semi-pro Football Tryouts
5 Tips for Finding the Right Tennis Club
10 Surprising Pop Warner Players
5 Tips for Coaching Pop Warner Cheerleading
How to Start a Pop Warner Football Team
Everyone Is Going Bananas for the Savannah Bananas
Aaron Judge Breaks American League Home Run Record
Robot Umps Will be Calling Pitches at Future MLB Games
The 10 Biggest Busts in The History of The NBA Draft
NFL Players In Their Own Words
Puffy Guardian Caps Could Reduce NFL Player Concussions
What Are the Costs of Canceling College Football?
What Is the Hosel on a Golf Club?
Why Do Golf Balls Have Dimples?
What Are the Odds of a Hole-In-One?
The Only Boxing Champions in History to Retire Undefeated
The Top 16 Boxers to Win Titles in Four or More Weight Divisions
The 10 Longest-Reigning Welterweight Boxing Champions In History
Tech Team Keeps 2020 Paralympians in the Medal Race
Why the Paralympic Games Might Be Better Than the Olympics
Why Some Olympic Sports Are Still Open Only to Men or Only to Women
The History of Roller Skating
5 of the World's Most Grueling Ultramarathons
The Stanley Cup Trophy Has a Long and Quirky History
Have you ever wondered what it's like to play professional football? We have, so we called up players Takeo Spikes, Carlos Emmons, Jonas Jennings, Fred Beasley and Willie Anderson to find out.
This Georgia baseball team has become a viral phenomenon. How? By changing the rules and making the game fast, fun and wildly entertaining.
In a game against the Texas Rangers Oct. 4, Aaron Judge hit his 62nd home run in the 2022 MLB season, setting a new American League home run record.
They look like giant marshmallows and are disliked by many NFL players, but may be just what the doctor ordered to protect them against concussions and other head injuries.
Sorry to disappoint, but they won't be C-3PO's in dark slacks and chest protectors behind home plate. But 'robots' could be the future of calling balls and strikes.
First of all, who is Stanley? Also, why is this trophy so dang big?
At least 100 technical experts from 24 countries will provide professional repair and maintenance to the athletes' prosthetics and orthotics at the Technical Repair Service Center in Tokyo.
By John Donovan
Like the Tokyo Olympics, the Paralympic Games are happening a year late. But these athletes are equally, if not more, impressive to watch on the courts, beaches and in the pool. We'll explain what it takes to make it as a Paralympian.
By John Donovan
It may surprise you that even in 2021 there are a few Olympic sports that are not open to both genders.
It makes sense, until you look at the data from 8,000 racers.
Pickleball is a paddle sport attracting thousands of players across the U.S. and around the world. And it's getting bigger every year. What's the appeal?
HowStuffWorks breaks down the amazing gymnastic move called a triple-double so you can see each twist and flip.
Forget Ultimate Fighting. Pillow fighting is the real ultimate sport.
By Oisin Curran
For the first time ever, two male cheerleaders will be at the Super Bowl.
By John Donovan