The Best Running Gear
How to look stylish even when you’re a sweaty mess.
Equal Fights: Women’s Sports Don’t Get the Respect They Deserve
In the arguments about the lack of popularity of women’s sports one thing is clear: it’s impossible for women’s sports to gain respect if they’re presented as a curious sideshow.
Catching a Break: Russell Martin Comes Home
Russell Martin has a new team. A big contract. And the expectations of his entire home country. Can he handle the pressure?
Rory McIlroy Is Living The High Life
Money. Fame. Beautiful women. Why the world’s No.1 golfer likes it on top.
Blood, Sweat and Gold: The Craftsmen Behind Boxing’s Championship Belts
On a cold February day in 1809, thousands of people gathered in a dank patch of grass on Epsom Downs, a large slab of rolling fields outside of London. They came to witness Tom Cribb – the greatest bare-knuckle fighter of his era, and the man who reportedly survived a 500-pound-crate of oranges falling on his chest–pummell fellow pugalist Jim Belcher for 31 rounds. Cribb won…
20 Pro Athletes to Follow on Instagram
Turns out our fascination with professional athletes is not limited to their actions on the field, rink, court or pitch. And thanks to their lucrative occupations and social media’s most voyeuristic medium, Instagram, we don’t have to stop watching when the cameras switch off. Most of these pros have enough flashy cars, adventures, clothes, beautiful friends and toys to keep any onlooker double-tapping for days. Here are twenty of the most ‘likable’ professional athletes and their inspiring Instagram accounts.
WAGs of the NHL
There are many reasons to envy the guys who play professional sports. They’re rich, athletic and revered as heroes. They also happen to date and marry some of the most beautiful women in the world. These women are referred to as WAGs (wives and girlfriends) and are catalogued almost as extensively as their male counterparts. We’ve already covered the WAGs of the NFL. Here are the most beautiful WAGs of the NHL.
How Fantasy Leagues Are Killing Fandom
Is our obsession with insider knowledge taking the fun out of watching sports?