Tiger Woods does not know when he will return to the PGA Tour following a February car accident that left him in a wheelchair for two months, but said on Tuesday he would love to compete in the British Open next July at St. Andrews.
Australian boxer George Kambosos, who stunned the boxing world on the weekend to become unified world lightweight champion, said on Monday any fighter who wants to come after his belts will have to make a trip Down Under.
TORONTO (Reuters) -Bob Bradley, one of the most successful coaches in the history of North American soccer, on Wednesday began his latest challenge of trying to spearhead a turnaround at struggling Toronto FC.
(Reuters) -The Premier League said on Thursday it has agreed to a six-year U.S. broadcast rights agreement with NBC Sports as it looks to further strengthen its popularity in the United States.
Davis Love III, who has succeeded Tiger Woods as captain of the U.S. team for the 2022 Presidents Cup in North Carolina, said on Tuesday his predecessor can have any role on the squad he wants but hopes to see him return from injury and make it as a player.
A year after Diego Maradona died from heart failure, Spotify said on Tuesday it will launch a six-episode podcast exploring the final days of the Argentine soccer great, whose passing raised questions about his medical treatment.
The United States are flying high after an emotional win over Mexico put them top of the CONCACAF World Cup qualifying table and they have promised to bring the same level of competitiveness into their next match against Jamaica.
Hockey Hall of Famer Dave Andreychuk accepted long ago that Alex Ovechkin would surpass him as the NHL's all-time power-play goals leader and on Wednesday, with that moment drawing closer, called the Russian sniper the "total package".
Former NHL player Sheldon Kennedy, who is now an advocate against abuse in sport, said on Thursday the Chicago Blackhawks' mishandling of sexual assault allegations against a former video coach was inexcusable but hopes lessons can be learnt.
(Reuters) -New Zealand got back to winning ways as they romped to a record 104-14 victory over the United States in Washington on Saturday in a lopsided test match in which the Eagles at least secured their first-ever try against the All Blacks.