Chocolate milk and leafy greens are fueling the players in their quest for gold
How do competitors who train their entire careers to look out for number one adjust to relying on others to get the gold?
More research shows that the Big Game is big deal for many — for better or worse.
Every time an athlete triumphs over another, his first instinct is to do a victory dance.
You’re asked a lot of questions when you’re an assistant coach for your son’s Little League team, as I was for two years, but with a new season underway I’m reminded that the two I heard most often last year were also the …
By all accounts, it was a freak accident that shattered Louisville Cardinal Kevin Ware’s lower right leg in an NCAA regional championship game. But what makes young bone so vulnerable to such breaks?
Researcher and former skater Jessica Green wanted to test how microbes are spread by contact. What better way to do so than via a sport with plenty of contact?
A sturdy neck can protect the head from blows, according to researchers at the Colorado School of Public Health. Read about the findings on our companion blog, Keeping Score.
The U.S. Department of Education says schools must do more to ensure disabled students are participating in sports.
Cases of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) are rising among football players, but detecting the condition is challenging. Researchers now say they have a way of picking up buildup of a protein that signals the disease.
The fine line between competition’s drive for excellence and dangerous win-at-all-costs mentality