In France, it is easier than ever now to act out "Star Wars" fantasies, because the fencing federation has officially recognized lightsaber dueling as a competitive sport
As Spring Training heats up despite a number of big name free agents remaining unsigned, SI remembers Curt Flood, who changed the game of baseball not for his play on the field, but for his actions off of it.
The longtime standoff between Olympic champion Caster Semenya and track and field's governing body reached a pivotal phase as a planned five-day hearing opened
Buoyed by the second-longest winning streak in the country, Rice has entered The Associated Press women's basketball poll for the first time in school history
Two decades before Colin Kaepernick, point guard Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf refused to stand for the national anthem, calling the American flag a symbol of oppression and tyranny. SI remembers the story of one of the sport’s great activists.
Third-seeded Marco Cecchinato of Italy won the Argentina Open final on Sunday, taking his third career title and disappointing home crowd favorite Diego Schwartzman
The New Orleans Pelicans reportedly fired GM Dell Demps Friday morning. The team is 26-33 heading into the All-Star break, six games out of the Western Conference’s final playoff spot.
Japanese swimming star Rikako Ikee, a contender for the 100-meter butterfly gold medal at next year's Olympics in Tokyo, has been diagnosed with leukemia