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Canada 150
Canada 150

How the Sports Landscape in Canada Is Changing

Hockey has been Canada's dominant sport for the country's first 150 years. But sports like basketball and soccer are becoming more popular among the country's youth and will continue to grow as a result of Canada's changing demographics.
Blake Murphy
6.29.17
New York
New York

The 14-Year-Old Female Rock Climbing Phenom

We spent the day with 14-year-old climbing phenom Ashima Shiraishi as she talked about her ambitions and embarrassed grown men in the gym.
VICE Sports
11.11.15
prisons
prisons

Youth Sports Behind Bars

The state of physical fitness for juvenile offenders is "God awful," but advocates—and some states—are trying to change that.
Mary Pilon
9.25.15
basketball
basketball

For Sudanese Refugees in Omaha, Basketball is a Beacon for Change

Omaha is home to the largest Sudanese resettlement population outside of Africa, and assimilating can be especially challenging for kids thrust into the public school system. That's where the Omaha Talons come in.
Ian Frisch
9.22.15
play like a girl
play like a girl

Queens of Brooklyn: The NYC Girls Dominating Youth Chess

In this VICE Sports exclusive, we meet some of the girls from Brooklyn's Intermediate School 318 chess team to follow their journey to the U.S. Girls National Chess Championship as they prove that girls can play chess - and win.
VICE Sports
9.11.15
summer
summer

Once A Little League World Series Hero, Sean Burroughs Is Still Dreaming Big

Sean Burroughs won back-to-back Little League World Series, but his big league career was derailed by addiction. At 35, he's still working on himself and his game.
Tim Casey
8.31.15
youth sports
youth sports

Building a Football Star, One Tweet at a Time

It's hard to overstate Twitter's impact on college football recruiting. No one has embraced this quite as readily as Craig Bryden, whose 13-year-old son is being called the best young quarterback in the country.
Danielle Elliot
8.21.15
off day
off day

Uptown Fencing: Small Swords in Harlem

In this VICE Sports exclusive we hung with Olympic silver-medalist, Tim Morehouse as he introduced kids from Harlem's Democracy Prep to fencing and even found some competition on the strip. Made possible by the Dick's Sporting Goods Foundation.
VICE Sports
8.20.15
Sitdowns
Sitdowns

Uptown Lacrosse: Bringing Lax to Harlem

VICE Sports followed Javon and his friends to see what made lacrosse their sport of choice in one of Manhattan's most iconic neighborhoods. Made possible by the Dick's Sporting Goods Foundation.
VICE Sports
8.17.15
preventing domestic violence
preventing domestic violence

A Huddle on Domestic Violence Before Taking the Field

Derick Roberson is one of the first high school football coaches to require his players to talk about domestic violence before they take the field.
Mary Pilon
8.17.15
sports matter
sports matter

Harlem on the Rise: Lacrosse and Fencing (Trailer)

In a two-part series we examine the effects of two atypical sports in one of Manhattan's most iconic neighborhoods. Made possible by The Dick's Sporting Good's Foundation.
VICE Sports
8.13.15
Sponsored
Sponsored

​Diamonds Out of the Rough (Excerpt)

A small town unites to save a special team.
Dick's Sporting Goods (Sponsored)
8.7.15