McLaughlin isn’t just good. She also seems to treat the Olympics as a chance to glorify God and honor her country, not a self-promoting publicity stunt.
The story of ‘Bobby Bonilla Day,’ celebrated today and every July 1 for the next 14 years, provides an interesting look at the nexus of money and sport.
If the NFL really wants to be inclusive, they should put their oh-so-exorbitant amounts of money where their virtue-signaling mouth is.
Donahoe’s words come after Nike said in March it is ‘concerned about reports of forced labor in, and connected to, the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region.’
I am no fan of the NCAA’s arbitrary and unfair punishment of student athletes, but all student athletes do not generate equal amounts of revenue for their schools.
Laurel Hubbard, who previously competed in male weightlifting competitions, will be the first man to compete in a female event at the Olympics.
On this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour, Jason Whitlock explains how politics are tearing down one of the more unifying forces in America: sports.
You may not care about soccer, but that’s no reason for you to not rip off your shirt and scream ‘U.S.A.! U.S.A.! U.S.A!’ while thumbing your nose at the rest of the world.
The Job Creators Network filed suit Monday in a federal New York City court seeking $100 million in damages – the estimated amount of economic impact.
Now streaming on Hulu, ‘Mike Tyson: The Knockout,’ shows how years of celebrity culture and personal drama took their toll on the famed boxer.
GOP gubernatorial candidate Caitlyn Jenner said on Wednesday that males who identify as females from a young age should be able to play girls’ sports.
Marlins manager Don Mattingly said advanced game analytics have made modern baseball unwatchable.
On this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour: How corporate sports outlets are missing opportunities to meet the demand for non-woke sports.
The Olympics held in Tokyo this summer will not permit any BLM protests or apparel. Some groups have said they will provide legal backing to activists.
Despite backlash, falling ratings and poll numbers back up Brett Favre’s belief that athletes and leagues playing politics is hurting the popularity of their games.
“Your agenda can’t go before your acumen. You can’t pander before your principles, right now, even if you get all the likes and all the retweets.”
A spokeswoman for Staples refuses to say whether the company respects law enforcement guarding the arena where NBA Star LeBron James plays.
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