Our experts offer safer ways to bring back amateur sports.
For athletes, COVID-19 means more than cancelled competitions. Having their athletic goals put on hold and their training routines disrupted can take a toll on athletes’ mental health.
Why elite athletes may struggle more during self-isolation.
Twitter analysis shows how fans around the world flocked to the Tyson Fury brand.
Researchers have analyzed data from the last 50 years of medals to learn what presidents consider important and what legacy they hope to leave behind.
Responding to pressure with your respiratory system.
As record running times drop, what role is footwear playing?
The Oceania Cup allows rugby league players to represent the country of their heritage. Now we need to introduce training processes that better reflect and support cultural diversity.
Because professional athletes are thought to be paragons of physical and mental toughness, their psychological health has long been a taboo topic. That’s starting to change.
In North America, women have faced many challenges in maintaining a successful professional league, despite other women’s sports growing in popularity.
It probably sounds bad or uncomfortable to you. But stiffness is part of what gives elite athletes the spring in their muscles.
An obsession with statistics has made teams better than ever – but the game is now more tedious for fans to watch.
Canadian speed skater and cyclist Clara Hughes, British tennis player Andy Murray and American gymnast Simone Biles all have something in common: adverse childhood experiences.
Football plays an important role in American culture. Experts point out some ethical questions you might consider asking this season.
Research confirms what the world’s elite sports stars already know – being kinder to yourself, and to others, and being grateful is good for your mental health.
Should athletes who dream of making it to the Olympics start their journey as young children? Research shows that specializing in a specific sport at a young age is not the best approach.
Sports fans are of two types: purists and partisans. The attitudes of both can affect the game. An expert explains which one you are and what that means.
Depression, substance and financial problems are still major problems for retiring athletes.
Most Australians have double the recommended intake of protein already, meaning protein shakes are probably superfluous for most.
For athletes returning home – especially those who are on the cusp of retirement – the transition can be daunting.