The 2015 edition of the Concacaf Gold Cup kicks off on Tuesday. Which means, based on history, that it’s roughly three weeks until Mexico or the U.S. gets to hoist the trophy.
Scot Alexander Breithaupt, who helped turn BMX bike racing from a backyard backwater into an international action sport, has died at age 57.
A trainer who works with PGA athletes says amateurs should think of the golf swing is a ‘bottom up’ motion that starts with stability and flexibility in the hips and core.
Chile defeated Argentina 4-1 after a penalty shootout in the finals of the Copa America soccer tournament, winning their first major tournament.
Nike will take over the rights to outfit the University of Michigan sports teams next year, unseating Adidas from one of its most prized American sports contracts.
For the second year in a row, the Tour de France will drag riders over cobblestone roads, which rattle cyclists from their wrists to their teeth and invite crashes like no other surface.
Rohan Dennis of Australia became the first man to wear the 2015 Tour de France’s yellow jersey by clocking the fastest time trial in tour history, averaging 34.45 mph.
The Knicks reached a verbal agreement with free-agent center Robin Lopez, settling on a four-year, $54-million deal, according to a person familiar with the matter.
On the eve of their showdown with defending champion Japan in the World Cup final, members of Team USA left little doubt about the key difference between this years’ team and that which lost on penalty kicks four years ago.
The Yankees and their controversial slugger, Alex Rodriguez, have settled the most contentious outstanding issue between them, agreeing to donate millions to charity in lieu of paying Rodriguez bonus money for reaching a home run milestone earlier this season.
There will be a ticker-tape parade down the Canyon of Heroes on Friday to celebrate the U.S. Women’s National soccer team and their World Cup triumph. Jason Gay breaks down why this is a no-brainer for New York.
No one in tennis obsesses about tactics and styles as much as Andy Murray.
Three American women—Serena Williams, Madison Keys and Coco Vandeweghe—are in the quarterfinals at Wimbledon. It’s the first time that has happened since 2004, when Serena Williams, Lindsay Davenport and Jennifer Capriati accomplished the feat.
The executive committee of Concacaf, soccer’s governing body in North and Central America and the Caribbean, has approved a series of reforms aimed at cleaning up what prosecutors allege is a long-corrupt organization.
The U.S. win over Japan in the Women’s World Cup final was the most-viewed soccer game in the history of American television.
As sports entertainment—or any entertainment—goes, the U.S.’s rout of Japan in the Women’s World Cup final was perfect, writes Jason Gay.
Exploding for four goals in the first 16 minutes, the U.S. hammered defending world champion Japan 5-2 in the World Cup final to win a trophy they had been fighting to reclaim since 1999.
Fara Williams scored on a penalty kick in the 108th minute, helping England beat Germany 1-0 for third place in the Women’s World Cup.
Europe’s soccer governing body has removed Financial Fair Play sanctions from Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain after both clubs met spending limits imposed last year.
Serena Williams’s latest miracle came on Friday, when she beat Great Britain’s Heather Watson to advance to the fourth round of Wimbledon.
Serena Williams advanced to the quarterfinals at Wimbledon after beating her sister Venus 6-4, 6-3. She is now three victories from her first Wimbledon title since 2012 and her fourth consecutive major title.
Two national antidoping authorities are lobbying to add thyroid hormone medication to the list of substances banned in global sports, amid concerns it is being used to boost performance rather than treat disease.
Padraig Harrington, who won his first PGA Tour title in six years at age 43 in March, trains with a focus on strength, mobility, swing technique and recovery.
Golf’s No. 1 player Rory McIlroy has ruptured a ligament in his left ankle while playing soccer less than two weeks before the start of his British Open title defense.
ESPN became the latest company to distance itself from Donald Trump and his remarks about Mexican immigration, moving a coming celebrity golf tournament from a Trump property in Los Angeles.
Organizers of the 2015 Tour de France have designed more daring, experimental routes with steeper descents.
On Monday at Wimbledon, Serena and Venus Williams will meet in the fourth round—and it could be the most memorable match of their sibling rivalry.
Former champions Roger Federer and Andy Murray advance at Wimbledon on Saturday, but defending women’s champion Petra Kvitova was upset by Jelena Jankovic. American Madison Keys also won.
Two-time champion Rafael Nadal was ousted in second round of Wimbledon by Dustin Brown, a qualifier ranked No. 102 in the world.
Venus is playing her best tennis in years, but faces a tough draw in Wimbledon, one that goes through her sister in the fourth round.