Japanese sports retailer QB Club Inc. has taken advantage of SelectUSA, a Commerce Department initiative, which encourages enterprises to invest in the U.S.
For one athletic Japanese student, basketball was the ticket to study in the U.S. for free. Many sports offer full scholarships in the U.S.
Baseball is not just an American obsession. U.S. baseball teams have more international players on their rosters this season than ever before.
Chinese basketball fan Shen Xu, trying to match the feat of his hero, Dirk Nowitzki, is invited to Dallas to score his 30,000th point in 100 days.
Baseball has grown in popularity in the Middle East. In Gaza, interest in baseball turned out to be stronger among girls than boys.
Neftalie Williams sees a skateboard not just as a method of exercise and expression, but as a tool to help transcend barriers of language or nationality.
Fatima Al Ali, a hockey-playing, hijab-wearing woman from Abu Dhabi with a wicked slapshot, got to live her dream and practice with the Washington Capitals.
Boston Marathon bombing victim Roseann Sdoia, who lost a leg in the attack, climbed the Empire State Building in a charity race to help disabled athletes.
Adaptive sports in the U.S. have morphed into an international movement through innovators who have overcome their own situations.