The Yankees eye the playoffs; the Mets drop out of contention 

The Yankees and Mets begin their post All-Star Game schedule in distinctly different mindsets.

Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Conor McGregor spar in profanity bout as hype tour starts

If the August 26 bout between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Conor McGregor matches the fighters' trashing talking Wednesday boxing fans could be in for a real pugilist fest next month.

Does baseball need a new era of swag?

During the golden age of the Negro Leagues, baseball was much more than a game.

Both Mets and Yankees get set for the All-Star break

The middle of the Major League Baseball season is upon us.

As Anthony rumors swirl, Knicks focus on youth movement

As the story goes, back in 2012, Carmelo Anthony issued an ultimatum to then Knicks executive vice president of Basketball Operations and general manager Glen Grunwald and team owner James Dolan that either he or head coach Mike D’Antoni had ...

Liberty head west badly in need of a win

The New York Liberty are currently on a West Coast road trip and focused on breaking a three-game losing streak.

Richards-Ross opens up in revealing memoir

On the track and in interviews, track and field star Sanya Richards-Ross has always been poised and thoughtful.

Venus Williams confronts life-altering experience

As Venus Williams met with the media this past Monday following her 7-6 (7), 6-4 first round victory over Belgium’s Elise Mertens at Wimbledon, the five-time singles tournament champion was understandably overcome with emotions when asked to address a car ...

For Lena Johnson, fencing is mental and fun

What would interest a young woman in participating in a sport that dates back to the early 1400s, and dates back to the 1700s as a competitive one?

The David Dinkins Tennis Club serves up another season

It’s not too late to sign up for the David Dinkins Tennis Club, held every Saturday morning, 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., for children 10 years of age and younger. It’s free.

Liberty fall on Pride Night

The crowd was more than 10,000 strong, some of them rocking super cool rainbow sunglasses courtesy of Resorts World Casino NYC.

Wisely, the Knicks and Phil Jackson go their separate ways

In February, Knicks owner James Dolan was emphatic in his contention that he would not relieve Phil Jackson of his duties as team president before the conclusion of his five-year contract.

With all that’s going on, nothing tops Jackson being fired

What can top the beginning of free agency July 1, Chris Paul and Blake Griffin opting out

NYC athletes perform well at USA Track & Field Outdoor Championships

With berths at stake for the upcoming IAAF World Championships later this summer in London, the competition was intense at last weekend’s USA Track & Field Outdoor Championships in Sacramento, Calif.

Armory College Prep Class of 2017 scores perfect mark in college applications

The Class of 2017 Armory College Prep scored a perfect 100 percent, as all 22 students secured acceptances to four year colleges to continue their educational careers this fall.