Sport has long been an unsafe place for LGBTQ+ players, but Jake Daniels’s coming out could change things for men’s football.
Voters need to hold political candidates and their parties to account on sport and recreation issues and advocate for support from provincial and territorial governments.
Athletes from multiple NSO’s in Canada are rising up in hurt and anger to denounce toxic cultures and linking arms to demand a respectful, healthy and inclusive sport system for all.
Study after study has shown that stadiums are terrible public investments. Taxpayers rarely want to pay for them. So why do governments keep subsidizing them?
By surveying over 100 people in academic medicine, a researcher found that women are consistently excluded from important networking activities like watching sports, drinking at bars and playing golf.
Often dismissed as ‘horseplay,’ sexual assaults perpetrated by boys athletes against their teammates persist in high school sports, a researcher observes.
Moving towards an athlete-centred approach to sport is one step in the right direction
It’s fair to say the Canadian men’s national soccer team’s victory on Sunday meant something, eh?
Ghanaian footballers chased migration to the US after the removal of Nkrumah as president.
Rather than tolerating divisiveness and intolerance, we can and we should embrace this important moment to create a more participatory form of democracy.
A study shows that a select group of NBA players really do go on hot streaks by making more shots in a row than statistics suggest they should.
The deadline for formal bids to buy Chelsea FC is March 18. Expect some very rich US businessmen to be in the running.
A sports economist explains how the deal leaves players with a fundamentally different – and in many ways, worse – arrangement than their counterparts in the other major US sports leagues.
It’s time for organizations like the IPC to stop lamenting the intersection of sport and politics, and instead accept this well-established reality going forward.
Soccer’s governing body has long sheltered behind a view that the game is apolitical. Sanctioning Russia over invasion exposes why that doesn’t hold.
The ‘Spiritual But Not Religious’ are embracing different forms of spirituality – skateboarding may be one of them.
A fair copyright law should protect creative works in the face of fast changing technologies.
A new database could pave the way for a more fair and consistent way to score slam dunks, a self-described ‘dunk scientist’ says.
The International Olympic Committee oversees several humanitarian initiatives. But it avoids letting human rights concerns interfere with the Games, even in countries with rampant violations.
From projecting onto athletes to aesthetic appreciation, spectators get a surprising amount out of watching other people play sports.