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Jill Scott announces her retirement: “If you don’t love it, you don’t last. You can’t. The dream is what sustains you.”
On Sept. 6, high jumper Vashti Cunningham was in New York City for Fashion Week.
This is Iga Świątek: “My story isn’t like a lot of other athletes.”
Go behind the scenes with LA Sparks’ Jordin Canada.
Nyara Sabally says thank you to Oregon and announces her decision to enter the 2022 WNBA draft.
Napheesa Collier pays tribute to Sylvia Fowles: “Let’s all stand up and show some love to a legend.”
Elizabeth Williams announces that she is signing with the Washington Mystics.
The freshman making noise on and off the court, Miss FLAU’JAE Johnson, hops on the mic to talk all things LSU, mixing her hoops and music career, NIL deals, and just how elite the landscape of women’s college basketball is right now.
Tennis player Jessica Pegula opens up about her mom’s cardiac arrest: “This is a story about my mother, my family, and the past year.”
For the first episode of Sometimes I Hoop we had to call up Miss DOUBLE-DOUBLE, reigning NCAA champ, 6'5" All-American for South Carolina … Aliyah BOSTON. On this episode, Haley and Aliyah get into the 2023 season, their longtime friendship, NIL bags, pla
Sara Björk Gunnarsdóttir is fighting back: “This is about my rights as a worker, as a woman and as a human being.”
Deja Kelly has big plans for University of North Carolina women’s basketball team: “We’re ready to put UNC women’s hoops back on the Final Four map.”
Dina Asher-Smith shares her professional journey on the track and the importance of privacy.
Kelsie Whitmore on playing baseball: “This has been a real journey. To get to this point. It’s not been smooth sailing, that’s for sure.”
These photos, annotated with Steph’s own words, show what rehab from a serious injury looks like, as well as the pressure, disappointment and hope that run through the mind of an elite athlete.
Athletes send voicemails to Sue Bird.
Taylor Townsend on her transformative journey back to the U.S. Open: “I’ve always felt like I had something to prove, and I don’t think that will ever go away.”
Natasha Hastings announces her retirement: “It’s a feeling that my job’s not done yet. That it’s actually just getting started. And that I’ve got so much more yet to give.”
I won’t lie to you guys and say I didn’t have winning ROTY as one of my goals. I definitely did. It was more in the back of my mind, though. It was the kind o
Alyssa Thomas and the Connecticut Sun are ready for the WNBA playoffs: “We know we’re built to win NOW.”
Brazilian surfer Maya Gabeira pens an inspiring letter to girls all over the world.
Sadena Parks pens a letter to her younger self: “Be authentic and stay true to who you are and the results will make you — and the people you represent — proud.”
몇 주 전 스페인 세비야에 위치한 어린이 자선 활동 단체를 방문하던 중, 나는 축구 경기 규칙에 포함되었으면 하는 새로운 룰에 대해서 배우게 되었다. 경기 중 레드 카드와 옐로 카드는 익히 사용되고 있다. 하지만 아이들은 나에게 ‘그린 카드’라는 룰을 소개해 주었다.