Former Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant praised Memphis Grizzlies rookie Ja Morant on Twitter Wednesday, making a comparison to Allen Iverson and the late Kobe Bryant.
There’s been an explosion of athletes offering free online fitness classes and tips to an audience isolated at home, as many sportspersons around the world are doing their bit to boost public health during the coronavirus pandemic.
UFC 249, it appears, is off. And it’s not the company’s only event on hold. All UFC events are postponed indefinitely due to coronavirus, president Dana White told ESPN. “This who…
Every golfer dreams of having the Masters’ famed green jacket in their possession one day. Tiger Woods only wishes he had the opportunity to lose it. Coming off his thrilling victory at Augusta las…
The #Footballsstayinghome Cup has been organised by the FA
The latest release from Bryant’s Granity Studios, ‘The Wizenard Series: Season One’ will debut at the top of the New York Times’ middle-grade hardcover list later this month
Three weeks at home when he normally would be playing baseball has given Wilson Ramos a new perspective on life. “It’s the first time I have spent too much time off without a job, it’s crazy,” the …
UK television host Piers Morgan has condemned Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho after he flouted coronavirus lockdown procedures to lead several Spurs players through a training session in a public park on Tuesday.
Former Liverpool defender John Arne Riise and his daughter have been hospitalised in Norway after being involved in a car accident in Norway in the early hours of the morning. Riise’s agent, Erland Bakke, confirmed the accident, and said that both were conscious as they were taken to hospital for medical checks. “He drove her home to Alesund, and j
Tommy Fleetwood's caddy Ian Finnis has raised 10,000 pounds ($12,306) to help his fellow European Tour bagmen whose earnings have taken a hit due to golf's suspension amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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