So. Africa Hides FIBA Officials

- June 25, 2015

South African soccer officials are being shielded from FIFA bribe charges surrounding the country’s successful 2010 World Cup bid, a rival politician said.

Kyrgios Splits With His Coach

- June 23, 2015

Australian tennis player Nick Kyrgios has split with coach Todd Larkham less than a week before the start of Wimbledon, saying it was mutual.

Gymnast Petrounias Wins European Gold

- June 21, 2015

Gymnast Lefteris Petrounias, Greece’s flag holder, won the country’s first gold medal in the first European Games here by a big margin.

Cheater Olympic Skiier Cleared

- June 19, 2015

Pop violinist Vanessa-Mae was cleared by sport’s highest court of charges she fixed ski races to qualify for the Olympics despite evidence they were.

U.S. Women Kickers Edge Nigeria, 1-0

- June 17, 2015

Abby Wambach’s lucky goal pulled the U.S. national soccer team to a 1-0 victory over Nigeria and top of its group at the Women’s World Cup.

Cricketers Knocked Unconscious

- June 14, 2015

  ARUNDEL, England — Two cricketers were knocked unconscious when they collided in an English county match on Sunday and were taken to a hospital […]

Lady Gaga Opens European Games

- June 12, 2015

BAKU, Azerbaijan — The first European Games opened in Azerbaijan on Friday with an extravagant opening ceremony featuring Lady Gaga, although even her star power […]

Baku Hosts Troubled European Games

- June 11, 2015

Even before their first opening ceremony, the European Games are struggling battered by sporting and political turmoil and human rights criticisms.

US Women’s Soccer Big TV Draw

- June 10, 2015

The United States’ women’s soccer 3-1 win over Australia in the first round of the World Cup in Canada drew a record TV audience for an opener.