Technological innovation in sport occupies an ambiguous middle ground, with advances equally likely to be met by applause as by accusations of cheating. Is it time for governing bodies to step in to preserve their integrity?
If Trump fulfills his pledge to eliminate a federal law prohibiting charitable organizations from participating in political campaigns, the nonprofit NCAA will be free to shower sympathetic candidates with cash.
Sean and Dave talk about Jack Eichel getting his Buffalo bosses fired, which ex-Sabres players get the new jobs, what they got wrong in the first round of the playoffs and whether Pop Tarts are better than Toaster Strudel.
After taking a laundry list of pharmaceutical drugs to deal with the associated issues, Kyle found marijuana to be the best available treatment for the problems that he was facing. In this episode, we meet Kyle and see the beginning of his journey.
The Rohingya in Myanmar have been persecuted by their government and ignored by the rest of the world. Now a group of refugees is turning to soccer in their quest for global recognition and a more hopeful identity.
He was crowned “Fighter of the Century” by the King of Thailand and was the first nak muay to be given his own display at the Thai National Museum. No Muay Thai boxer, before or since, has made such an impact on the sport.