1. UK Sport stands by decision to cut funding of seven Olympic, Paralympic sports

    UK Sport bosses have warned that the funding landscape is only going to get tougher following cuts to public money for Tokyo 2020.

    about 2 days ago | PA Sport
  2. UK Sport rejects Tokyo 2020 funding appeals from seven sports

    Seven sports that had funding applications for the Toyko 2020 Olympic cycle rejected by UK Sport have failed in their appeals.

    about 3 days ago
  3. Fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad detained by U.S. customs for two hours

    Fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad, the first American athlete to compete in the Olympics with a hijab, told Popsugar she recently was stopped by U.S. customs for two hours.

    about 14 days ago | ESPN.com news services
  4. NASCAR settles lawsuit with fan injured at 2013 Xfinity race at Daytona

    NASCAR has settled a lawsuit with a fan who was struck in the head by a piece of debris at a 2013 Xfinity Series race at Daytona.

    about 16 days ago | Bob Pockrass, ESPN.com | ESPN.com
  5. Fans unhurt in A-L stadium fence collapse

    Newcastle A-League fans were lucky to escape unhurt when a section of fencing at McDonald Jones Stadium gave way on Sunday.

    about 38 days ago | Emma Kemp, AAP | AAP
  6. Ibtihaj Muhammad, Olympic trailblazer Watch

    At the Summer Games in Rio, 30-year-old Ibtihaj Muhammad became the first American to compete in a hijab. In her E:60 debut, U.S. soccer legend and two-time Olympic gold medalist Abby Wambach reports on this groundbreaking athlete.

    about 63 days ago
  7. Badminton loses out as UK Sport announces Olympic funding for Tokyo

    Badminton was the big loser after UK Sport announced its investment in Olympic and Paralympic sports for Tokyo 2020.

    about 76 days ago | PA Sport
  8. Bilqis Abdul-Qaadir on 2016 IMPACT25 honoree Ibtihaj Muhammad

    This year, Ibtihaj Muhammad became a prominent voice for Muslim American women in sports. We asked former NCAA basketball player Bilqis Abdul-Qaadir to talk about the role Muhammad has played.

    about 78 days ago | Bilqis Abdul-Qaadir, as told to Aimee Berg, Special to espnW.com | Special to espnW.com