LGPA Tour rookie Sadena Parks is featured in ESPN’s “Body Issue,” where she shares her aspirations, how her dad got her started in golf, and some the racist bullshit she has encountered along the way.
New England Revolution midfielder Jermaine Jones is featured in ESPN’s seventh annual “Body Issue,” where he speaks on pushing physical limits, prepping for the 2018 World Cup and more.
Phoenix Mercury center Brittney Griner is featured in ESPN’s seventh annual “Body Issue,” where she speaks on her domestic abuse arrest, embracing her body, being bullied, and more.
New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham, Jr. covers ESPN’s seventh annual “Body Issue,” where he talks about his infamous catch and why he’s been plagued by injuries.
Olympic heptathlete Chantae McMillan graces one of six covers for ESPN’s 2015 “Body Issue,” where she shares her amazing physique along with what gets her hyped, embracing scars and more.
TIME Magazine‘s 2015 “100 Most Influential People” issue is covered by ballerina Misty Copeland, rapper and fashion designer Kanye West, Mexican-American journalist and author Jorge Ramos, actor Bradley Cooper, and Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Tennis star Serena Williams covers Vogue’s April 2015 issue, where she speaks on being best friends with her fiercest competitor and gives Beyoncé’s “7/11″ a tennis champ refix.
Stuart Scott‘s ESPN colleagues react to news of his death with teary eyes and fond memories of him as a friend and a father.
‘Game of Thrones’ actress Carice van Houten has joined Stephan James and Jason Sudeikis in the forthcoming biopic on track and field star Jesse Owens, titled ‘Race.’
Little League baseball sensation Mo’ne Davis met some of her favorite WNBA players just before the Minnesota Lynx and Phoenix Mercury faced off in Game 2 of the WNBA Finals.
On Monday, Google revealed an animated Google Doodle dedicated to tennis champion Althea Gibson (August 25, 1927 – September 28, 2003) for what would have been her 87th birthday.
Now that 13-year-old Mo’ne Davis has captured the nation’s attention, she has also become the first little leaguer to grace the national cover of Sports Illustrated!
American Ballet Theatre soloist Misty Copeland and professional tennis player Sloane Stephens inspire us in Under Armour’s “I Will What I Want” advertising campaign.
Misty Copeland, the only African-American soloist at the prestigious American Ballet Theatre, shines in a new Under Armour campaign titled, “I Will What I Want.”
Keith Olbermann sounds off on the NFL’s lenient two-game suspension of Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice and examines sexism in sports.
Watch Drake and Blake Griffin’s hilarious ESPYS feud, ‘Drake vs Blake,’ starring Chris Brown and Draya.
Drake kept viewers laughing as the host of the 2014 ESPYS on Wednesday evening, performing two original songs, “Honorable Mention” and a Brian McKnight-assisted “Side Pieces.”
Two-time Olympic gold medalist Gabrielle Douglas has been honored with a wax statue of her likeness at Madame Tussauds in San Francisco.
In celebration of Pride Month, as well as the upcoming World Cup in Brazil, gay athletes and supporters in sports worldwide have come together in a campaign called #ProudToPlay, which is sponsored by Youtube and Google.
You’ll never actually be Bruce Lee, the father of mixed martial arts, but EA Sports UFC is giving you the chance to fight like him with a little pre-order incentive.