The United States is sending 613 athletes to the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. Here are some contenders to keep an eye on.
Happy Canada Day! July 1 is a day to recognize Canadians and their contributions. Learn about five remarkable Canadians making a name for themselves.
Every four years, the best Jewish athletes from around the world converge on Jerusalem, Tel Aviv and Haifa to compete at the Maccabiah Games.
In 2026, the World Cup might play out on its biggest stage ever. The U.S., Mexico and Canada announced a joint bid to host the tournament.
April 4 is International Mine Awareness Day. Learn how teaching kids soccer can protect them from land mines.
Professional basketball player LeBron James and Olympic gold medalist gymnast Simone Biles each won another top honor: 2016′s Athlete of the Year.
See a selection of “top shots” from the 2016 Summer Olympics and Paralympics in Rio de Janeiro, showcasing amazing athletes and colorful ceremonies.
The Philadelphia Eagles, along with many other sports teams in the U.S., are doing their part to protect the environment by going green in their stadiums.
You can expect a few new sports to make their Olympic debut in Tokyo. Skateboarding, surfing and karate are a few of the new ways athletes can earn medals.