In filing a lawsuit accusing U.S. Soccer of gender discrimination, the 28 national team members recognize the scope and significance of their action
Veteran coach Valorie Kondos Field works at ‘planting seeds’ to build trust among female gymnasts bruised by the harsh demands — and abuse — that have marred their sport.
Li Li Leung, also a former gymnast, will be the fourth person in two years to take over an organization under fire from inside and out.
Old-guard fans were slow to warm to the driver of the No. 24 car, but the sport misses his crossover appeal.
The decision not to persuade the team to build its next stadium near MGM National Harbor is a reversal from Hogan’s acknowledgement of negotiations in December. Barring a change in heart, the change strips owner Daniel Snyder of leverage in getting a new venue built.
Former golf executive Hirshland leads an organization dealing with scrutiny in aftermath of abuse scandals.
After his run to the Australian Open quarterfinals, the Maryland native aims to make his sport more attractive to a younger audience.
As wide as the gap was between Djokovic and Nadal on Sunday in Melbourne, the gap between them and the highly touted next generation of men’s tennis players is greater.
The privately financed stadium and entertainment complex scheduled to open in 2020 is being studied as a possible new model for the NFL and its team owners, who have long relied on public financing for its new venues.
Redskins promote Cole Spencer, Dave Whittington after parting with veteran personnel executive Scott Campbell