12 Golf Course Perils

Kristen Steagall

I've always hated golf. I think it has something to do with the compulsory lessons of my youth and the uncomfortable shoes.

Boycotting and Banning: The Real Olympic Sports

David Holzel

"If this is an Olympic year, it must be time for a boycott," Tony Kornheiser wrote in the New York Times in 1976.

2008 Olympic Uniforms: Designed for Performance

Miss Cellania

The difference between winning and not winning in some Olympic events can come down to a thousandth of a second. With so much at stake, no detail can be overlooked.

2008 Olympic Team Uniforms

Miss Cellania

Athletes traveling to Beijing for the Olympics next month will be equipped with uniforms for every occasion.

6 Obscure Sports To Try This Summer

Ethan Trex

Summer is here, which means it's time to start playing outside as much as possible. Are you tired of all the old summer standby sports, though?

The Casual Fan's Guide to the College World Series

Scott Allen

For the next two weeks, the distinctive ping of aluminum bat meeting ball returns to the grand stage.

7 Burning Belmont Questions

Ethan Trex

After undefeated Big Brown trounced the field in both the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness, horseracing fans started to clamor that this might finally be the year we get to see another Triple Crown wi

7 Silly Civic Wagers on Sports

Scott Allen

Does ketchup go well with octopus? Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick is about to find out.

Swimming Without Legs: 3 Inspiring Athletes

Miss Cellania

I remind my children to stretch out their arms and legs to move as much water as they can while swimming. That's the easy way.

Five Athletes that Played Through Old Age

Jason Plautz

Last week, I saw the great documentary Gotta Dance about the Netsationals, a team of senior citizens that danced hip-hop at New Jersey Nets games.