Australia’s Socceroos will play South Korea in the final of the Asian Cup on Saturday after defeating the United Arab Emirates 2-0.
The Seahawks’ much-feared secondary credits its success to an internal, unofficial fine system that docks players for any mistake.
The New England Patriots and coach Bill Belichick are the value investors of the NFL. Unlike most football teams, who follow strategic trends, the Patriots change their schemes once they become too popular.
Football players aren’t the only ones trying not to get tackled on Super Bowl Sunday. Kevin Simkins, a sync sound cameraman for NFL Films, says the desire to get the best shot and not get trampled motivates him to get to the gym.
Hitting big serves and forehands, Venus Williams is back in a Grand Slam quarterfinal again for the first time since the 2010 U.S. Open.
The investigation into whether the New England Patriots intentionally underinflated footballs used in the AFC Championship game is expected to take “at least several more weeks,” the lawyer leading the investigation said in a statement Monday.
Madison Keys upset No. 4 seed Petra Kvitova at the Australian Open. The 19-year-old American has found success working with former Grand Slam champion Lindsay Davenport.
The state of U.S. figure skating is growing stronger, with brighter-than-expected signs from the national championships this week.
Super Bowl XLIX is still days away, and already it’s one of the most entertaining Super Bowls ever.
Madison Chock and Evan Bates won their first national ice dance title at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships. And Alexa Scimeca and Christopher Knierim won their first U.S. title, in pairs.
Berdych won against Nadal in the Australian Open after losing a straight 17 matches against him since 2006.
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft said Tuesday that his criticism of the NFL’s handling of the so-called Deflategate controversy was prompted by his anger at the way the saga has unfolded.
The Patriots will line up against Seattle on Sunday with only one offensive player that was a first-round pick, tackle Nate Solder.
Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski picked up his 1,000th career win, as his Blue Devils team rallied to beat St. John’s 77-68 on Sunday.
At the Australian Open, there is something noticeably bigger, louder and nastier than ever before. The women’s serves are booming.
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft went on the offensive Monday over allegations his team deflated game balls, demanding an apology from the NFL should the league’s investigation into the matter clear his team of any wrongdoing.
Even if 19-year-old Nick Kyrgios looks sleepy, slow, or out of sorts, he can come alive—rapidly, alarmingly, scarily alive, at any moment—as Andreas Seppi discovered to his cost on Sunday.
The Atlanta Hawks are having a remarkable season—and guard Kyle Korver is having a historic one.
The English Premier League’s top two teams were humbled at home in the fourth round of the FA Cup on Saturday, with Chelsea squandering a two-goal lead to lose 4-2 to third-tier Bradford and Manchester City stunned by second-tier Middlesbrough.
Hall of Fame slugger Ernie Banks, the two-time MVP who never lost his boundless enthusiasm for baseball despite years of playing on losing Chicago Cubs teams, died Friday night. He was 83 years old.
European soccer stars are increasingly showing interest in Major League Soccer. The latest is Spain goalkeeper Iker Casillas, who said in an interview with The Wall Street Journal that he would like to play in the U.S.
Martin Brodeur, the winningest goaltender in NHL history, has decided to retire as a player but will remain with the St. Louis Blues as an adviser in the team’s front office.
The Seattle Seahawks’ secret weapon just might be their willingness to give a sports psychologist the freedom to roam the training facility, locker room and even the sidelines every game, to make sure their heads are as sound as their bodies.
In Super Bowl XLIX, Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson will bark out something like, ‘Gun double right close halfback right 200 scat triple slant thunder on one.’ What do such convoluted play calls mean?
The NFL is financing a chilling spot on domestic violence to air during the Super Bowl, as the league looks to repair damage to its image caused by player scandals.
NBC analyst Cris Collinsworth will be calling his third Super Bowl on Sunday. But it isn’t getting any easier. It’s his job to explain football to the 110 million or so watching.
Soccer: Premier League leaders Chelsea just one of a host of aristocrats beaten by upstarts from lower divisions, says Gabriele Marcotti
Long before he reached 1,000 career wins on Sunday, Mike Krzyzewski briefly walked away from his team 20 years ago—and it changed everything.
The so-called Super Bowl Predictor—the quirky indicator that predicts what stocks will do based on the outcome of the big game—is on a six-year winning streak. It now has accurately predicted the direction of the market for the year following 39 of the 48 Super Bowls, or an accuracy rate of more than 81%.
New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick on Saturday said that after an internal review, he is convinced his team “followed every rule to the letter.”