Lindsey Vonn, America's darling-in-waiting for the Vancouver Olympic Games, says she's doing everything she can to overcome a shin injury, including some unusual measures.
The Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback says he stands up for what he believes. Even so, the Tim Tebow Super Bowl ad against abortion threatens to politicize 'Super Sunday' and turn some fans and NFL coaches against him.
A sports journalist highlights all that is best in the NBA.
The Google CEO stood up for his company and offered his view of what news will look like in five years. Content providers aren't far behind.
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At 26, Alberto Contador has two more Tour de France wins than Armstrong did at that age, as well as victories in cycling's other “grand tours” – something the Texan never accomplished.
The Los Angeles Dodger says he took a drug he did not know was banned. True or not, the excuse adds to a lengthening line of equivocations from ballplayers suspected of doping.
An insider's look at Torre's years with the N.Y. Yankees.
In what could be a sign of things to come, the minor leagues have developed a stringent drug-testing program.