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The most valuable franchise per sport

Layla Odin

Earlier this month Forbes released its list of the most valuable sports franchises in the world. ...

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These are the most entertaining mascots in US sports

Layla Odin

They are high-flying pranksters who do not have to utter a single word to get a crowd going. For ...

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50 Years and rucking strong: How a rugby team survives in football country

Travis Pulver

It is a well-known and established fact that the great state of Texas is football country. Yes, ...

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Sports conspiracy theories that are so wild they just might be true

Elvin Reed

  There ain’t nothing quite as spicy as a sports conspiracy theory, right? Sports are fun ...

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Hyped up college basketball stars who flopped in the NBA

Elvin Reed

Hype is curious thing. When we watch basketball, it can be exciting and wonderful, dramatic and ...

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Top 15 Major Sports Cities in America

Reshef Mashraky

There are many great sports cities across the country. Some cities boast a very rich history, which ...

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Ranking all 32 starting NFL Quarterbacks from worst to best

Reshef Mashraky

Quarterback is the most important position in all of sports. No other player can change the fate of ...

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The 21 Greatest Moments in Sports History

Reshef Mashraky

Sports have a way of bringing people together in incredible ways. We all stay glued to the screens, ...

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NXT’s weak women

Scarlett Harris

  Once upon a time, World Wrestling Entertainment’s developmental brand, NXT, was at the ...

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The worst NBA trades of all time

Elvin Reed

One of the most exciting things about the NBA are the wheelings and dealings that take place behind ...

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Major League Rugby is giving the sport another chance to thrive in the U.S.

Travis Pulver

Americans love their sports. It’s a well-known fact.  Football, baseball, basketball, and hockey ...

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WSL navigates dangerous waters as climate change increases possibility of shark attacks

Melia Grasska

On Tuesday, April 17th a surfer was bit by a shark in Gracetown, Western Australia, prompting the ...

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Looking back: this week in sports history April 15 – 21

Layla Odin

April 15, 1947: The day Jackie Robinson made history. On April 15, 1947, 28-year-old Robinson ...

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Looking back: this week in sports history April 8-14

Layla Odin

April 8, 1974: Four days after he tied Babe Ruth’s record of 714 home runs, the Atlanta Braves Hank ...

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You “don’t need two”: NubAbility inspires kids with limb differences

Merav Savir

“From the time I was born I had people telling me that I wouldn’t be able to do things, whether it ...

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Looking back: This week in sports history April 1-7

Layla Odin

April 1, 1972: On April 1, 1972, MLB players staged the first ever MLB strike, due to player ...

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World Wrestling Entertainment needs women’s tag team titles

Scarlett Harris

  Several years ago, it seemed like every time you tuned into World Wrestling ...

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Why is everyone jumping on the Tiger Woods bandwagon so fast?

Travis Pulver

Tiger Woods will go down in history as one of the greatest golfers to ever play the game. Some ...

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Looking back: This week in sports history March 25 – 31

Layla Odin

March 25, 1934: On March 25, 1934, Horton Smith became the very first Master, winning the first ...

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Looking back: this week in sports history March 18 – 24

Layla Odin

March 18, 1945: Back in 1945, the NHL season was coming to an end in mid-March, and it would end ...

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Wrestling while mothering, it’s becoming more mainstream

Scarlett Harris

World Wrestling Entertainment’s Royal Rumble event at the end of January not only marked the first ...

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Looking back: this week in sports history March 11 – 17

Merav Savir

March 11, 1892: The first ever public basketball game was on March 11, 1982 in Springfield, ...

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Rob Gronkowski should pursue a career in the WWE

Bianca Silva

Immediately after the New England Patriots 41-33 Super Bowl loss to the Philadelphia Eagles, ...

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Looking back: this week in sports history March 4 – 10

Layla Odin

March 4, 1993: If you are a sports fan, you’ve heard of Jimmy V. If you’ve heard of Jimmy V, you’ve ...

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Looking back: This week in sports history February 25 – March 3

Layla Odin

February 25, 1961: St. Bonaventure, a small university in Western New York, holds the record for ...

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Five moments we’ll never forget from PyeongChang 2018

Merav Savir

The 2018 Winter Olympics have come and gone. It’s been a whirlwind of skiing, skating, snowboarding ...

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Winter Olympians we could see in Tokyo 2020

Melia Grasska

Olympians are renowned by their respective countries, and the world, as being some of the best ...

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Is the WWE a way for Ronda Rousey to get back into UFC?

Bianca Silva

Former UFC champion Ronda Rousey has had an eventful career. For years, she was undefeated in the ...

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Closing the gap between men and women’s surfing

Melia Grasska

From the days of, “you throw like a girl,” to, “you could break a nail,” our sexual dimorphism has ...

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Looking back: this week in sports history February 18 – 24

Layla Odin

February 18, 1978: You’ve all head of the Iron Man Triathlon, right? Just your casual 2.4-mile ...

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Shaun White won the USA’s 100th gold, and the set up was perfect

Merav Savir

Four years after he failed to medal at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, American snowboarder ...

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Looking back: This week in sports history February 11-17

Layla Odin

February 12, 1958: During just his second season in the NBA, legendary Celtic Bill Russell grabbed ...

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These women are making history at the 2018 Olympics

Merav Savir

Simidele Adeagbo, Ngozi Onwumere, Seun Adigun, Akuoma Omeoga, Jazmine Fenlator, Carrie Russell and ...

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Looking back: This week in sports history February 4-10

Layla Odin

February 4, 2007: The Indianapolis Colts and Chicago Bears met for Super Bowl XLI at Dolphin ...

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What’s new at the 2018 Olympics?

Layla Odin

Anyone who follows the Olympics has probably noticed over the years that the Winter Olympics have ...

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Looking back: this week in sports history January 28 – February 3

Layla Odin

January 28, 1960: The day the Dallas Cowboys and Minnesota Vikings were born. On January 28, 1960, ...

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Looking back: this week in sports history January 21-27

Layla Odin

January 22, 1973: On a January evening in 1973, George Foreman met Joe Frazier for the heavyweight ...

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Six questions you may have ahead of the 2018 Winter Olympics

Merav Savir

Let’s face it, the winter olympics are very different from the summer games, and some of the sports ...

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Five athletes to watch during the 2018 Olympics

Merav Savir

The 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea are just around the corner with the opening ...

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Looking back: this week in sports history January 14 – 20

Layla Odin

January 14, 1973: On January 14, 1973, the Miami Dolphins made history. Miami beat the Washington ...

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Looking back: This week in sports history January 7 – 13

Layla Odin

January 7, 1972: The LA Lakers won their 33rd straight game on January 7, 1972 beating the Atlanta ...

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Looking back: This week in sports history December 31 – January 6

Layla Odin

December 31, 1967: December 31, 2017 marks 50 years since "The Ice Bowl," the famous game played ...

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Physimax is helping athletes prevent injuries, one movement at a time

Merav Savir

Simply put, overuse injuries are an issue in sports. There’s no arguing about it. Many, such as ...

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Looking back: This week in sports history December 24-30

Layla Odin

December 25, 1971: The game is now known as “The Longest Day.” The longest NFL game ever played ...

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Looking back: this week in sports history December 17-23

Layla Odin

December 17, 1991: On December 17, 1991, the Cleveland Cavaliers beat the Miami Heat 148-80. The ...

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Looking back: This week in sports history December 10-16

Layla Odin

December 10, 1919: On December 10, 1919, the NL voted to ban the use of spitballs by all new ...

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Looking back: This week in sports history December 3-9

Layla Odin

December 3, 1956: Before he became an NBA legend, Wilt Chamberlain graced the court at Kansas ...

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Looking back: This week in sports history November 26 – December 2

Layla Odin

November 26, 1961: Gordie Howe completed a lot of firsts throughout his career. On November 26, ...

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New York’s youth movement is fun to watch

Merav Savir

We all know the saying ‘out with the old, in with the new.’ It seems as if in the last few years, ...

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Looking back: This week in sports history November 19-25

Layla Odin

November 19, 1969: Brazilian footballer Pele is an icon. On November 19, 1969, he scored his ...

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These current NBA stars are building a future in tech

Layla Odin

It’s no secret that NBA players make a lot of money, especially the league’s biggest stars. When ...

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Looking back: This week in sports history November 12-18

Layla Odin

November 12, 1970: One of the NBA’s three newest team, the Cleveland Cavaliers, won their first ...

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Looking back: This week in sports history November 5-11

Layla Odin

November 5, 1967: The New Orleans Saints played their first season in the NFL in 1967, but they ...

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Golf treks new course in bid to become relevant again

Wojciech Galon

As participation rates and TV ratings tumble, golf is once again facing demands to reinvent itself ...

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Getting fit? Get these fitness trackers to help

Layla Odin

Looking to get back into shape so you can go out there and do your best LeBron impression on the ...

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Looking back: This week in sports history October 29 – November 4

Layla Odin

October 29, 1960: The great Muhammad Ali, still Cassius Clay at the time, fought in his first ...

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Rugby Relief: Cleaning up after Mother Nature since 2016

Travis Pulver

There are few things we can truly count on in this world. We can count on Santa Claus bringing a ...

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Lucid: the app introducing mental strength training to athletes of all ages

Merav Savir

Hall of Fame leftfielder Ted Williams once said that “hitting is 50 percent over the shoulder.” ...

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Looking back: This week in sports history October 22-28

Layla Odin

October 22, 1984: Longtime NFL quarterback Ken Stabler retired midseason in 1984, after playing ...

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Looking back: This week in sports history October 15-21

Layla Odin

October 15, 1933: The Philadelphia Eagles debuted as a team in 1993, playing their first game on ...

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Looking back: This week in sports history October 8-14

Layla Odin

October 8, 1995: Miami Dolphins quarterback Dan Marino broke a number of records throughout his ...

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Looking back: this week in sports history October 1-7

Layla Odin

October 1, 1919: The 1919 World Series between the Chicago White Sox and Cincinnati Reds is likely ...

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Stunning caddie-player splits stand out in PGA Tour season

Wojciech Galon

The end of the PGA Tour season in nearing and from the remarkable rise of Justin Thomas and John ...

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Looking back: this week in sports history September 24-30

Layla Odin

September 24, 1934: New York Yankees legend, and overall baseball legend, Babe Ruth played in his ...

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All work, less play makes it an uphill battle for lacrosse in Hong Kong

Merav Savir

The first time Andy Yip, 27, picked up a lacrosse stick, he was fascinated. It was his first year ...

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Looking back: this week in sports history September 17-23

Layla Odin

September 17, 1941: St. Louis Cardinals Stan Musial made his major league debut, going 2-for-4 in ...

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Looking back: This week in sports history September 10-16

Layla Odin

September 10, 1972: The US Men's olympic basketball team suffered its first Olympic loss ever on ...

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Looking back: This week in sports history September 3-9

Layla Odin

September 3, 1928: Ty Cobb is known as one of the greatest hitters to ever step onto a baseball ...

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Looking back: this week in sports history August 27 – September 2

Layla Odin

August 27, 1982: On August 27, 1982, the Oakland A’s Rickey Henderson broke the record for stolen ...

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50-0, Twitter reacts to Mayweather’s win

Layla Odin

After months of waiting, trash talking and hype, the “fight of the century” has come and gone. ...

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Looking back: this week in sports history August 20-26

Layla Odin

August 20, 1938: The Iron Horse, Lou Gehrig, hit the 23rd and final grand slam of his career on ...

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The stories behind the most expensive sports memorabilia ever sold

Layla Odin

Aaron Judge has taken the baseball world by storm. The New York Yankees phenom rookie led the ...

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Q&A with American swimmer and gold medalist Anthony Ervin

Merav Savir

Seven years away from competition is a long time, but don’t tell Anthony Ervin that. If you tuned ...

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Looking back: this week in sports history August 13-19

Layla Odin

August 13, 1963: NBA legend Dave DeBusschere is one of the greatest two-sport athletes of all time. ...

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These technologies are leaving a mark on the sports world

Layla Odin

Technology is changing faster than the average person can keep up with. Let’s be honest, most ...

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Mayweather vs. McGregor – Is The Absence Of A Good Guy Hurting This Fight?

David Schwartz

Floyd Mayweather vs. Conor McGregor should be one of the biggest sporting events of the year. An ...

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Q&A with the CEO and Co-Founder of PlaySight

Merav Savir

  PlaySight Interactive is looking to change the way people train and play sports. The ...

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Looking back: this week in sports history August 6-12

Layla Odin

August 6, 1973: Roberto Clemente was on a mission to help survivors of an earthquake in Managua, ...

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The fastest man in the world: Usain Bolt’s top moments

Layla Odin

Usain Bolt ran his final individual race on Saturday, the 100m in the World Championships. But the ...

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Running on full: feeding a NASCAR crew

Eitan Goldstien

Watching a NASCAR Race takes approximately three and a half hours. But before that race can happen, ...

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Looking back: this week in sports history July 30 – August 5

Layla Odin

July 31, 1997: In 1997, at the age of 33, Mark McGwire was traded from the Oakland A’s to the St. ...

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From practice to playoffs: the best press conferences in sports

Layla Odin

Press conferences are one of the media’s greatest tools. One setting where journalists gather to ...

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Ten lesser known sports that caught our eye

Layla Odin

We all know the big ones: soccer, basketball, football, hockey, gymnastics, swimming - we could go ...

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NASCAR’s new president has big plans

Eitan Goldstien

The leadership at NASCAR has recently chosen Brent Dewar as the newest president of the racing ...

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Looking back: this week in sports history July 23-29

Layla Odin

July 24, 2005: On July 24, 2005, cyclist Lance Armstrong won his seventh straight Tour de France, a ...

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“Hebrew in the Huddle”: American football is gaining popularity in the Jewish State

Merav Savir

  It all started in 1989 with a bunch of guys who just wanted to play American football. ...

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Looking back: this week in sports history July 16-22

Layla Odin

July 17, 1941: During the 1941 season, the Yankees' Joe DiMaggio went on a 56-game hitting streak. ...

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Sharing shoes, sticks and socks: how lacrosse is being developed in the Kenyan slums

Merav Savir

The “field” is patchy. There are areas where grass grows, but the players have also learned to run ...

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Looking back: this week in sports history July 9-15

Layla Odin

July 9, 1932: The “Boston Braves” football team was formed. But the team only lasted five seasons ...

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Serves up: the “new” sport taking over the world’s beaches

Merav Savir

  From far away it may look like another game of beach volleyball. Up close, it is anything ...

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Looking back: this week in sports history July 2 – 8

Layla Odin

July 3, 2006: After 22 seasons of playing in the NHL, all with the Detroit Red Wings, Steve Yzerman ...

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Manny Pacquiao was robbed of a win, and Twitter wasn’t having it

Merav Savir

Jeff Horn was the underdog. He was almost knocked out in the ninth round. Yet when the scores were ...

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Closing the pay gap: female athletes can’t do this alone

Merav Savir

  Have you ever been to a WNBA game or a NWSL game? How many fans were in the stands to ...

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In the sponsorship game, the swoosh is still winning, for now

Layla Odin

It’s nearly impossible to sit down to watch a game or match without catching sight of the Nike ...

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Looking back: this week in sports history June 25 – July 1

Layla Odin

June 27, 1979: Muhammad Ali announced he was retiring on June 27, 1979, months after fighting a ...

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Social media & athletes: it’s a tricky business

Merav Savir

  Social media is a tricky business. Even more so for the world’s greatest athletes, and ...

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