On Monday, PGA Tour officials, players and caddies will convene at Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth, Texas, to begin preparations for the Charles Schwab Challenge. It will be the first PGA Tour …
At the end of a week in which he expressed rage at police brutality and racial inequality in the US, Michael Jordan, who is worth around $2.1 billion, has announced that he will donate $100 million to social causes over 10 years.
Muirfield Village event will be the first to allow fans to attend
For a tennis player who failed to win even one singles title on the WTA Tour, the frenzy surrounding Anna Kournikova's relatively short career is still unparalleled.
When will we see him first? The PGA Tour is resuming its schedule — which has been halted since March 12 because of the coronavirus pandemic — with next week’s Charles Schwab Challenge at Colonial …
Tiger Woods will not compete next week when the PGA Tour swings back into action after a three-month COVID-19 hiatus as he was not listed in the field released on Friday for the event in Fort Worth, Texas.
Basketball great Michael Jordan and his Jordan Brand on Friday pledged $100 million over the next 10 years to organizations dedicated to ensuring racial equality.
Michael Jordan spent his entire career being apolitical. Now, he and his brand are making an incredibly powerful stand. The Bulls legend/Charlotte Hornets owner, and Nike’s Jordan Brand, will…
Russian ice hockey legend and three-time Stanley Cup winner Igor Larionov has said he aims to lead his squad to gold, after he was appointed head coach of the national junior team.
Chelsea have been crowned champions and Liverpool have been relegated on a basic points-per-game system following the end of the Women’s Super League season. The Football Association has also announced that WSL runners-up Manchester City will qualify for the Champions League while Aston Villa will be promoted from the Women’s Championship.
The highlights programme – fronted by World Cup winner Isa Guha – will be on BBC2
With the Premiership, Heineken Champions Cup, Six Nations and autumn internationals all due to take place before the end of the year, something’s got to give to get rugby back on its feet