Italian police search surging Russian biathlete Loginov HOURS before race

Alexander Loginov, who broke a 12-year losing streak for Russian male biathletes by winning gold at the IBU World Championships, has been subjected to a search by Italian police hours before a Saturday event.

Larry Nance Jr. is using his battle with Crohn's disease to show young patients they can do anything

After Crohn's nearly ended his NBA hopes, Larry Nance Jr. is showing the next generation that the disease doesn't define him.

Knicks must give young players more minutes the rest of the way

Interim Knicks coach Mike Miller benched starting point guard Elfrid Payton for Frank Ntilikina on Friday night against the Pacers, but not in the name of a youth movement. Payton was injured. He t…

Tyson Fury channels ‘Ricky Hatton days’ and promises knockout win over Deontay Wilder

Tyson Fury takes on Deontay Wilder in a rematch of their 2018 heavyweight world title classic tonight.

Venezuela's Rojas sets world indoor triple jump record

Venezuela's Yulimar Rojas broke the world indoor triple jump record with 15.43 meters at a meeting in Madrid on Friday.

It's baffling that Emmitt Smith is in Dak Prescott's pockets in defense of billionaire Jerry Jones

Prescott understands that people will question what he’s worth, but he’s not interested in what the rest of us think. Smith included.

Fury in safe hands with cuts man 'Stitch'

Millions will tune in to watch Tyson Fury's attempt to dethrone Deontay Wilder in their WBC world heavyweight showdown in Las Vegas on Saturday but no one will be watching more intently than Jaco...

Drug testing to resume in China after coronavirus outbreak

The China Anti-Doping Agency (CHINADA) will resume drug testing following a temporary suspension due to the coronavirus, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) said on Friday.

Tai Babilonia ‘at peace’ during return to Lake Placid for 40th anniversary of 1980 Olympics

Babilonia and Gardner were the reigning world champions and five-time defending U.S. champions in pairs skating, and their event on Feb. 16, 1980, in Lake Placid was supposed to be a showdown.

In brains of dead athletes, researchers seek clues to head trauma

Dr. Ann McKee of Boston University studies the brains of deceased football players at the world's largest brain bank, hoping to learn about the long-term impact of repeated head traumas for peopl...

Frank Lampard plays down talk of tension over Kepa decision

The Spanish stopper commanded a world-record transfer fee for a goalkeeper when he joined Chelsea for £72million in 2018

US, others pull out of Luge World Cup, citing safety

The U.S. has pulled its entire team out of this weekend’s series of World Cup luge races in Winterberg, Germany, while athletes from many nations are protesting what they are calling unsafe ice conditions.