Paula Radcliffe set the world record in 2003. Since then? No one's come within three minutes of her mark.
There’s a psychological explanation for the weak punishment given to Ray Rice before a video surfaced that made a re-evaluation unavoidable.
Phasing out football programs as we learn more about their damaging effects on the brain may benefit more than just our minds and bodies.
The basic economics of the draft—first-round picks are overvalued; the more players you draft, the better—are well known, but general managers still manage to ignore them. What once might have been an economic issue has become a psychological one.
The power of dietary rituals on the streets of Boston.
When the U.S. and Mexico play on American soil, who the home team is depends on the purpose of the game: making money or getting a win.
Appeals, more lawsuits, and maybe the NCAA looking for a compromise.
Also: a reminder that they don't try to.
According to a number of former varsity athletes at Indiana University, it does. But don't panic just yet: The findings are still very preliminary.