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A genuine soccer movie tells the story of Brian Clough, the greatest soccer coach in England to never coach the national team.
How one man's struggle with ALS called on Major League Baseball to take a stand.
Why the economics of America's national sport may never be the same.
The NFL markets its game abroad, starting with New England vs. Tampa Bay in London on Sunday.
In a World Cup drama, tiny Uruguay tried — but failed — to put Argentina out of its misery.
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President Obama is headed to Copenhagen. Will it matter?
Bode Miller snubbed the 2006 Games in Turin, but has now set his sights on winning back America's hearts in Vancouver 2010.
Thanks to Fox, American soccer fans can feast on European soccer — including this week's Barcelona-Inter Milan match.
Forget Serena Williams. Bad behavior on the tennis court goes back a long, long way.
Maybe. But which one?
As a legendary basketball cast is honored, reflections on a global phenomenon
The U.S. Open has arrived. Maybe they should change the name.
The biggest star in the U.S. may be heading to the European soccer wars.
It appears golf is headed for the 2016 Olympics. Here's why.
Why soccer in America will survive a failed experiment.
The problems are many. They may not be fixable.
DNA, the Dominican Republic and Major League Baseball.
Tom Watson, Lance Armstrong, and the last best hope for a "disappointing" generation.
The murders of Steve McNair and Arturo Gatti stun the sports world, and underscore the complexity of the word "hero."