Despite losing 2-1 to Bayern Munich on Tuesday night, Atlético advanced to the Champions League final on away goals.
Owners find inspiration for names from a horse’s pedigree, but some ideas come from just about anywhere—family, star athletes and even higher powers.
The club’s unlikely win means it will now make money—and have to spend money—like the soccer elite.
Leicester City became the most improbable champions in English Premier League history on Monday, 10 months after starting the season as 5,000-to-1 outsiders.
Mark Davis pledges $500 million to Las Vegas stadium project
Despite being five months out, U.S. captain Davis Love III and a sports psychologist already are preparing to calm the team’s nerves.
Enes Kanter has started a food craze that has absorbed the Thunder’s locker room after road games—and stocked it with lamb platters.
Team president Phil Jackson wants a coach whom he knows and who is familiar with the triangle offense. Ex-Cavs coach David Blatt doesn’t exactly fit that description, but there’s still reason to believe that he could be the guy.
Jared Lander, who helped the Minnesota Vikings ace the draft a year ago, breaks down the best prospects of this year’s class.
The Count identified the best high-velocity hitters based on at least 60 at bats against starting pitchers who average at least 94 mph on their fastball.
Turning 85 has given Ed Whitlock a chance to set new age group records, after recently running a half-marathon in 1:50:47.
Trojan Nation will be the 10th horse to run in the Kentucky Derby since 1937 without a prior win.
Golden State Warriors star Draymond Green, the NBA’s supreme trash-talker, hears trash talk from everyone—including his own coaches and teammates
After Leicester missed an opportunity to seal the title with a win on Sunday—drawing 1-1 at Manchester United—the Foxes’ coronation is set to be an anticlimax.
Dee Gordon of the Miami Marlins has been suspended for 80 games after testing positive for performance-enhancing drugs, Major League Baseball announced.
After three straight losing seasons, the Giants have plenty of pressing needs, especially at right tackle, safety, receiver and linebacker. How can they get the most out of their No.
The Jets enter Thursday’s NFL Draft with a glaring hole: No starting quarterback. But that’s not all they need. Here’s a position-by-position look at the team’s draft options.
Nintendo said it planned to reduce its stake in the Seattle Mariners to 10% by selling the majority of its interest in the Major League Baseball team to other members of the current ownership group.
Soccer legend Zinedine Zidane is leading a team of future legends despite almost zero coaching experience—and it seems to be working.
Here are five simple rules that NFL teams can follow to avoid the missteps that result in a franchise-crippling draft class.
A new study finds that being a protégé of a top manager doesn’t make success more likely.
Thai billionaire Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha became the first of English soccer’s Asian owners to win a championship when Leicester City clinched a most improbable Premier League title.
The league’s height listings are littered with inaccuracies as stars, such as Kevin Durant, aim to seem shorter or taller—all for various reasons.
The drama surrounding Laremy Tunsil underlined the ludicrousness of NFL Draft weekend, and the surreal environment of modern digital life.
After a wild lead up to the NFL draft, Rams and Eagles chose quarterbacks with the first two picks, with California’s Jared Goff headed to Los Angeles and Carson Wentz, from North Dakota State, going to Philadelphia.
With Steph Curry sidelined with a knee injury, it throws the NBA playoffs into a much harder-to-predict situation.
The Giants don’t need a running back in Thursday’s NFL Draft, but if Ezekiel Elliott is available at No. 10, they’d be wise to take him. On average, teams investing a top 10 pick in a running back improve the next season.
Saul Niguez put Atlético ahead by dancing through the Bayern penalty area and bending a low shot around goalkeeper Manuel Neuer. The teams play the return leg in Germany next week.
With little more than three months before the Opening Ceremonies, the Rio Games exist in parallel universes.
Another plot-twist in America’s least interesting drama, otherwise known as “The NFL Lawyers Combine.”