Despite all the doom and gloom in the news in 2019, this year in sports unified an ever-polarizing world.
A baseball player said he surprised his mom with a reward for quitting smoking and caught her priceless reaction on camera.
James Harden made NBA history this week becoming the first player to record back-to-back 50-point games with more than 10 3-pointers made in each game.
Former NFL stars Clinton Portis and Joe Horn are among 12 retired players accused of defrauding the league's retiree health care benefits plan for more than $3 million, according to federal prosecutors.
J.J. Culver has accomplished something his brother, NBA player and former Texas Tech star Jarrett Culver, never did in college.
Russia has been banned from competing in major international sporting competitions including the Olympics and World Cup for four years, but the head of the US Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) believes the punishment is far from what they deserve.
Listen closely: Can you hear that noisy static in your brain?
She stunned the world with gold medals in two different sports at the Winter Olympics, but now Ester Ledecka has clinched her first World Cup ski racing title.
In the United States these days, it's sometimes hard to say anything without offending someone.
Josh Shaw, a defensive back for the Arizona Cardinals, has been suspended through at least the 2020 season for betting on NFL games, the league said Friday.
Russia's ability to host Euro 2020 football matches and its participation in the 2022 FIFA World Cup and the 2020 Olympics could be under threat after the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) recommended a four-year ban for non-compliance in doping investigations.
The NFL has disciplined 33 players involved in the November 14 brawl between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Cleveland Browns, according to a source with direct knowledge of how the NFL disciplines players.
Simone Biles reacted Thursday to a Wall Street Journal report accusing USA Gymnastics of ignoring the possibility she had been sexually abused by Larry Nassar and excluding her from the investigations of the national team's now-disgraced doctor.
Antonio Brown has countersued a woman who accused him of rape, not only denying her allegations but also accusing her of defamation and causing the former NFL star to lose lucrative professional contracts.
While players might take some time off after retiring from professional sports, Derek Jeter did the opposite.
Cleveland Browns defensive lineman Myles Garrett is appealing the indefinite suspension he received from the NFL after after he struck another player with a helmet, according to a source with direct knowledge of the appeal.
An Atlanta woman faces at least 20 years in prison after she admitted to using the stolen identity of an NBA player in an application for a $2.5 million loan, according to a US attorney's office.
A gymnast at Southern Connecticut State University who loved coaching children has died after a fall during practice.
Two-time Olympic boxing gold medalist Nicola Adams has retired from the sport to prevent any long-term damage to her eye sight.
Adidas is going above and beyond the confines of Earth and looking to the stars to push the boundaries of innovation.
The NCAA Board of Governors on Tuesday voted unanimously to allow student-athletes to be paid for the use of their name, image and likeness once its three divisions decide on rules for such opportunities.
A Chicago judge ruled Friday that cross-country runners cannot compete in a Saturday meet while their educators are on strike.
After crossing the finish line, a high school athlete's runner's high soon turned into a broken heart.
When a girl's high school varsity soccer team in Vermont played a game wearing matching shirts emblazoned with a bold message hidden under their jerseys, they fully expected to be heard.