The International Olympic Committee has revoked the Olympic qualification status of a 25-meter shooting event in New Delhi because Indian officials refused to grant entry visas to two Pakistani athletes and an official
The Boston Red Sox were the last team to integrate. So as the World Series champs ready for their Grapefruit League opener, SI is remembering Pumpsie Green, the first black player to play for the Sox.
Andy Murray is currently recovering from his hip surgery, and his mother thinks the two-time Wimbledon champion still has a chance of making a return
The organizers of the 2024 Paris Olympics want to add breakdancing to the games, which would be a first for the dance sport that came from the streets of New York
Patriots owner Robert Kraft was charged on Friday with two counts of soliciting sex from a prostitute, according to Jupiter, Fla. police. SI legal analyst Michael McCann discusses the potential legal consequences for the 77-year-old billionaire.
Five Russian track and field athletes, including former Olympic high jump champion Ivan Ukhov, have filed appeals against doping bans which cost them key medals
Paul George floated in a basket with less than a second remaining in double-overtime, capping a 45-point night with the winning shot in the Oklahoma City Thunder's 148-147 victory over the Utah Jazz
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
With less than a month until Selection Sunday, Sports Illustrated's March Madness bracket challenge is officially here. But this isn't your traditional bracket. This one is unbustable.