Chessboxing could be the next big thing to hit TV, if it finds its way out of back-alleys and clubs, but one thing’s for sure, it’s growing at an astonishing rate.
Things get a little heated in the lingerie football match between Atlanta Steam and Jacksonville Breeze as a giant brawl breaks out mid-game.
Poor Caroline Wozniacki. She just can’t catch a break, can she? Watch her hair get caught in her tennis racket during her US Open match-up this past weekend.
Two base-jumpers leaped from a skyscraper in London without any consent from the bar or building owners.
One of the newcomers to the realm of competitive endurance cycling is coming to SA and it is bringing with it one MASSIVE pot of prize-money… get cycling!
Rory McIlroy’s dad gets a massive pay-out after betting on his professional golfer son over a decade ago.
How better to get into the massive sporting weekend upon us, than to tackle some betting head-on? Place your bets for the Super Rugby playoff action this weekend.
A Singapore ad agency targets the football hype to highlight the negatives of sports betting and gambling.
This story comes at a sad time, a time where every evening will go back to normal, no more late nights spent with the buggers (or ladies) watching footsie, as the FIFA World Cup has drawn to an end. Back to reality. Not For this guy though
Billions of rands go through online sports betting sites every month around the world. – especially now with the World Cup taking place. And with the tournament currently drawing to a close, you’ll want to take a bold chance to win big. Like this guy..
After Nike paid for a journalists trip and expenses to meet LeBron James, the footwear and fashion company was reportedly furious with the article that emerged.
Some of the world’s best athletes have stripped down to their birthday suits for ESPN Magazine’s body issue.
Here, in summarised form for your busy schedule is the Forbes top 10 list of the highest paid athletes for this year. You will either be thrilled or devastated by who claimed a landslide victory…
Most important rule of journalism: know your subject matter. This is definitely NOT what a British reporter did when he decided to ask Nicolas Mahut some questions following his loss at Roland Garros.
Marketed as a match between New York’s “Finest and Bravest,” the charity hockey game between New York City police and firefighters was very far from a peaceful occasion. Check out the massive brawl that occurred on Sunday.