English football’s division of big expensive dreaming could be unrecognisable once the pandemic is over
Premier League players will want to play their part in the fight against the financial effects of coronavirus, says Alan Shearer.
The biannual match is still scheduled to take place as planned in September despite covid-19 disrupting the golf calendar
Patrick Mouratoglou is upset that lower-ranked players are unable to make a living since the sport shut down due to the pandemic
When Olympic swimming champion Kyle Chalmers completed what he knew would be his final training session before the coronavirus shutdown, his overwhelming feelings were of sadness and the fear of what was to come.
Premier League chief executive Richard Masters issued a response to the DMS chair Julian Knight defending the clubs on their actions during the coronavirus crisis – only for the letter to be released in full to the public
The 2020 Masters was slated to begin with Thursday’s opening round at mystical and venerable Augusta National. That plan, of course, was scrapped as the coronavirus crisis heightened last month and…
Oklahoma State football coach Mike Gundy said Tuesday he’s confident tests for the coronavirus will be available in a few weeks, which he hopes will allow his staff, and eventually his players, to …
Mike Gundy’s xenophobic, imprecise and completely unprofessional news conference Tuesday showed exactly who he is. It also showed why he hasn't been able to get a bigger, better job.
The coronavirus pandemic shutdown hasn’t stopped Knicks point guard Frank Ntilikina from attempting to stay in shape, but it required some purchases. Ntilikina, unable to fly back to his home count…
As infections of the novel coronavirus rise steadily in Brazil and threaten to cause chaos in its densely populated favelas, some of the country's leading athletes are stepping up to help the most vulnerable communities.
A month-long online soccer gaming tournament organised by French champions Paris St Germain will be televised around the world to entertain fans stuck at home because of the coronavirus pandemic, broadcaster beIN Media Group said.