Concluding the singing of the national anthem at the Brooklyn Nets home opener against the Orlando Magic at the Barclay’s Center Friday evening, Oct. 20 Justine Skye utilized her platform in front of a nationally televised audience to heighten awareness ...
There could have been a “Welcome Home” sign flashed across the marquee of Barclays Center facing Atlantic and Flatbush avenues in downtown Brooklyn Tuesday night.
Monday night at Madison Square Garden, Frank Ntilikina officially became a New Yorker, ceremoniously assuming his place as a New York Knick.
During his five-minute presser, McAdoo often repeated the statement, “We need to take a long look at the tape.”
There are two New York NFL teams, but neither have enough wins between them to get either team to the playoffs.
Just as track athletes have before her, Jones has taken up the sport of bobsled and is racing full speed toward the upcoming Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang, South Korea.
Everywhere you looked at Monday night’s All Sports dinner at the New York Athletic Club there was athletic excellence.
Colin Kaepernick became the topic of discussion once again on sports show programs and social media posts after being named the 2017 Citizen of the Year by GQ magazine earlier this week.
One of the more outspoken opponents of Trump and his policies has been Gregg Popovich, the head coach of the San Antonio Spurs.
Three UCLA basketball players accused of shoplifting in China spoke Tuesday for the first time since returning home, apologizing for their behavior overseas and thanking the government of China and President Donald Trump for releasing them.
GQ named former 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick its “Citizen of the Year” for starting the protest that became a movement in the NFL.
Soon after victoriously breaking the tape at the finish of the TCS New York City Marathon this past Sunday, Geoffrey Kamworor was warmly greeted by his training partner, Eliud Kipchoge, the 2016 Rio Olympics marathon gold medalist.
It was cloudy and damp with some drizzle at times Sunday morning.
Michelle Carter gave her girls’ camps an apt name, You Throw Girl!
Over the past year, New York native Natasha Hastings, who won Olympic gold in the 4x400 relay in 2008 and 2016, has been creating videos that take people behind the scenes of track and field.