Is there now so much information being shown on football broadcast screens that it's time for another announcerless game?
A review of some of the top arts and culture stories from the past year.
There's a lot of focus on the physical and financial woes of former athletes. But players must also grapple with losing a core part of their identity.
Betting on sports has been illegal in most states since 1992. Is it time that changed?
Despite the website's hype, Grantland was never anything more than window dressing for ESPN's brand.
While season-long fantasy football has been around for years, the rise of daily formats has radically changed how fans watch and root for teams.
Many people stretch when they exercise or play sport. Others don’t stretch but feel they should. And some people don’t see any reason to stretch at all.
The US$17 million prize pool at The International Dota 2 Championships shows how much the industry has grown over the past decade.
Commercial television broadcasters are no longer solely concerned about TV content being viewed on TV sets.
The International Olympic Committee will choose between two non-democratic countries – China and Kazakhstan – for the 2022 Winter Olympics. A sign of things to come?
How you watch the footy could be about to change if Australian sports can embrace the new technologies that online broadcasting can offer.
Africa is perfectly capable of competing with the rest of the world on fields and tracks, and in organisational terms too.
The unfolding doping scandal involving Alberto Salazar and the Nike Oregon Project follows the same plot as that of Lance Armstrong and the US Postal Service cycling team.
It was designed as a way of achieving a result from rain-affected matches, but the Duckworth-Lewis method is not fit for purpose. Here's a suggested replacement.
Drug testing has improved but athletes are finding new ways to get around the rules and the technology.
Parents want to simultaneously support and push their kids. But when it comes to sports, this mentality can backfire in subtle ways.
The Women's World Cup has become a hugely popular, global event. But what's happening at the club level?
In a $5 billion industry, there's no longer a level playing field.
When pro football players like Chris Borland quit, it should send a strong message to parents. But there are a host of issues, besides health, to consider.
Corruption at the pinnacle of sports sets a tone for all the rest. Targeting its roots is the right thing to do no matter what comes of the FBI's investigation.