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A growing number of boxers are no longer content with just brawling while promoters decide their wealth. They want to own their future.
With a chance at its first March Madness bid since 1969, Seattle University has a chance to restore glory.
Before March Madness, let’s look back to the future at three of college basketball’s foundational programs.
Inspired by all-Black baseball leagues and organized by Baptist pastors, Canada’s pioneering Colored Hockey League became a hotbed of invention.
When Ann Meyers Drysdale became the first woman invited to an NBA tryout, some called it a publicity stunt. Others called it historic.
Deontay Wilder has mouths to feed and is hungry to meet Britain’s Anthony Joshua in the ring.
Rafael Arutyunyan went from Tbilisi, Georgia, to Armenia to Moscow before arriving in California.
Cancer robbed Brenna Huckaby of her gymnastics dreams; now she’s going for gold on para snowboarding’s biggest stage.
Sinead Kane is the first visually impaired athlete to complete the World Marathon Challenge.
Will Nicki Collen’s atypical path to the WNBA resonate with fans in Atlanta?
In a league of wacky characters and wild stories, a basketball team in sunny South Florida managed to stand out.
Kentucky coach John Calipari has a knack for producing star point guards. Is Quade Green next? Just ask him.