College athletes are in the best situation to safely play their sport during the coronavirus pandemic, Hoover Institution senior fellow Dr. Scott Atlas told “The Story” Monday night.
The Power Five conferences weren’t just worried about their athletes contracting the coronavirus but a heart condition that could come with it, causing them to consider postponing the fall sports s…
With NFL training camps under way as the league prepares to play amid the coronavirus pandemic, Cleveland Browns center and NFLPA president JC Tretter, takes a timeout for some Q&A with The Pos…
Marcus Stroman is opting out. The Mets announced Monday the right-hander decided to sit out the rest of the season because of coronavirus concerns. He becomes the second Mets player to opt out, eig…
Basketball player Joshiko Saibou has been advised to take legal action against his former club Telekom Baskets Bonn after he was fired for attending a protest against ongoing coronavirus guidelines while not wearing a mask.
United States President Donald Trump has backed calls led by quarterback Trevor Lawrence for the college football season to be played amid rising coronavirus cases in the country. Widespread reports suggest the Big Ten is leaning towards pulling the plug on its fall sports season, with the other Power 5 conferences - the ACC, Big 12, Pac-12 and SEC
The 24 Hours of Le Mans, one of the world’s most fabled car races, will be contested behind closed doors in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Vettel, who will be replaced by McLaren’s Carlos Sainz next year, finished in 12th at Silverstone
Florida Gators running back Lorenzo Lingard Jr. offered a sobering tweet as Power 5 conferences debate whether to go ahead and have a football season in the midst of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Houston Texans star J.J. Watt expressed optimism about the 2020 NFL season starting on time despite the coronavirus pandemic potentially putting a damper on the college football season.
The resumed MLB season has already endured some coronavirus-related mishaps but the league's safety protocols have come under further scrutiny after a bench-clearing brawl appeared to risk potential further infection.
The Exeter chairman, Tony Rowe, has warned that some Premiership clubs may go bust if crowds are not allowed into stadiums before next year