Michael Schumacher’s cheating accusations aren’t unfounded. Some, like his 1997 driving incident, are undeniable. But what about 1994?
It shouldn’t surprise anyone that a luxury lifestyle leads to little more than a dent in Lewis Hamilton’s bank account.
Murray Walker’s influence can’t be overstated. Even Formula 1 star, Lewis Hamilton, considers the elder statesman a hero.
In The Last Dance, Michael Jordan gave a glimpse of his lavish lifestyle, which includes owning and regularly using two expensive yachts.
With the Raptors, Serge Ibaka came in clutch repeatedly, showing synergy with Kawhi Leonard and providing him support in the locker room.
Paulina Gretzky was born at the height of her father’s fame. But she still feels overexposed when she watches her fiancé Dustin Johnson golf.
Nick Faldo has been married three times, with varied success in the long-term sense. And the retired golfer is about to wed for a fourth time.
The New England Patriots’ response to their disappointing season? Bill Belichick is spending big — and it just might work, to an extent.
The 1996 NFL draft class includes a quirk of history that one of the best players from that year, Terrell Owens, went in the third round.
Trevor Lawrence needs a strong defense to give him any hope of success in the NFL. He just might have one in the Jaguars’ Shaquill Griffin.
Joe Hampton endured several falls from grace before Last Chance U: Basketball. Many viewers wondered where Hampton went next.
Jerry Rice’s GOAT credentials looks more impressive when you realize just how strong the rest of 1985 NFL draft class was.
Ty Cobb was also a difficult man, with openly racist views. Is it possible to recognize his accomplishments, or should he be ignored?
Together, Sue Bird and Megan Rapinoe have an easy rapport that includes sharing some of the goofier moments an engaged couple runs into.
Serena Williams is one of the most iconic tennis players in history. Her powerful serve has always been a key part of her game.
James Lofton’s recent comments on the state of Stanford’s football program today carry special weight for Stanford fans and alumni.
At the Player’s Championship, Justin Thomas proved he can still take down the best. And he achieved something only three golfers have done.
The question that haunts Cowboys fans and Troy Aikman himself is whether he, Jerry Jones, and Jimmy Johnson could’ve done more.
Will Tiger Woods return to golf? While a few medical professionals think his prognosis looks good, some think his outcome is up in the air.
To execute his trade at a high level, Christian Pulisic has made a temporary home in Europe, where COVID-19 lockdowns are much tougher.
Blake Griffin has had a pretty weird NBA career hampered by injury. His latest moves prove just how fast a career can change.
At one point, Alex Smith was so embittered by his horrible NFL injury that he came to resent the very idea of football itself.
Saints cornerback Marshon Lattimore is now a multi-millionaire who carefully invests his money but knows how to splurge with a $25,000 Rolex.
Now, older and more experienced, Naomi Osaka is coming out of her shell. Part of that may be due to her boyfriend and rapper, Cordae.
After successfully entering the NFL, a strange injury left Detroit Lions center Frank Ragnow unable to speak for days.
Russell Wilson plans on competing in the NFL for a long time. One way he ensures this is by using his $200,000 hyperbaric chambers.
Michael Jordan’s time with the Washington Wizards was brief and largely forgettable. However, Jordan is still willing to admit a few mistakes.
Shaquille O’Neal became a pop culture sensation, starring in films and video games. But his time as a beloved figure may be running out.
Devin Booker’s dedication to grinding against the odds is no joke. How did he develop this mindset? It all starts with his father.
Kobe Bryant touched the lives on almost every basketball player on the planet. The lessons he taught inspired one NBA journeyman to continue to grow.
The bitter clash between the Calgary Flames and Edmonton Oilers begins and ends with Canada’s Battle of Alberta.
Mario Lemieux emerged from semi-retirement to play with his own Penguins employees for years — and he looked good doing it.
During his time in the NFL, Ohio State alum Les Horvath never stopped working toward his non-football-related goal.
NFL fans suspected this was a very important season for Tom Brady. Bruce Arians confirmed these suspicions with recent comments about Brady.
Paulina Gretzky’s engagement to golfer Dustin Johnson is a subject of fascination. So people noted when she made a statement on social media.
Today, Paul Allen’s sister Jody runs the Seahawks and Trail Blazers franchises. But she won’t manage one aspect of his life: his superyacht.
NFL owners are all billionaires and, well, they are a lot like other billionaires. About 40 of them live on the same Florida island.
Quarterbacks have a huge influence on games, but it’s still a team sport. Many incredible starting quarterbacks have never won a Super Bowl.
Jim Nantz and Tony Romo’s rapport usually takes years to develop. But Nantz himself knew Romo was ready before CBS finished training him.
Sports broadcaster and former NFL player Shannon Sharpe grew up under trying circumstances that fostered a strong work ethic.
Consider the two-quarterback system, which still appears in college football games today. Could it work in the NFL?
Many athletes fall in love. For NFL player Michael Schofield and Olympic hockey player Kendall Coyne Schofield, the story is sweet.
Oscar Robertson’s honors are rarely celebrated so loudly. So why don’t we hear more from the former NBA star? It’s a complicated story.
Bo Jackson and Marcus Allen are two all-time Raider greats. Allen knew how tremendous Jackson would be after just one practice.
No less than Sugar Ray Robinson, one of the greatest boxers to don a pair of gloves, resorted to a fake birth certificate.
Serena Williams is one of the most iconic tennis players of all-time. But when she’s not dominating on the court, Williams has a few other hobbies.
Jayson Tatum’s one of the best NBA players of his generation. But he believes one player brought more to the table than anyone else.
Marqise Lee had expectations of making first-round pick type of money in the NFL. After falling in the draft, Lee tried to get this money in another way.
Crashes have always been an unfortunate part of NASCAR. Luckily though, the biggest crash NASCAR has ever seen didn’t result in any deaths.
It’s likely the end of Chandler Parsons’ career, which is one of the strangest paths through the NBA for any promising young player.
Marcus Peters remains one of the most controversial players in the NFL. Despite his most recent antics, his coach continues to have his back.