Jack Ewing’s “Faster, Higher, Farther” is more than the story of a scandal. It’s a rich history of a company, and a case study in how a corporate culture can turn toxic.
Shawn Harrington, who was in the 1994 movie “Hoop Dreams” and became a high school coach, has lost the use of his legs because of a 2014 shooting.
The Naval Academy Preparatory School and the Naval Academy Foundation help Navy land football players and other athletes who would normally be rejected through the admissions process.
As Coach Tom Herman departs, the University of Houston is left to grapple with how it can truly be a football power if it is not a member of one of the top conferences.
Charlie Engle has run extreme distances for many reasons: to test his limits, to build his celebrity, to serve penance and to keep himself sane.
The leader of BP Capital enjoys risk, but he backs it up by staying supremely well informed about the market, which nourishes a confidence in his convictions.
This was the season Major League Baseball was going to get serious about reducing fan injuries, by extending protective netting. A woman’s injury in Game 7 of the World Series proved otherwise.
Ben Simmons, the subject of “One & Done,” knew that he would enter the N.B.A. draft after one season at Louisiana State. So why pretend?
Rarely has the economic rationale for a taxpayer-funded stadium been as flimsy as it is in Las Vegas’s case — and never has the subsidy been as high.
The Niners restructured their already team-friendly contract with their quarterback ahead of his start on Sunday, eliminating their financial exposure in case of an injury.