Iran allocated only 4,000 tickets for women in a stadium that seats about 80,000 people.
By Amir Vahdat, Mehdi Fattahi, Associated Press
It's the latest salvo in the rift between the league and China stemming from a since-deleted tweet posted last week by Daryl Morey.
By Tim Reynolds, Associated Press
Wednesday marks the 100th anniversary of a notorious moment in baseball's history: when the White Sox lost to the Cincinnati Reds in the 1919 World Series, provoking a scandal that stained the sport's reputation. Now, as Stephanie Sy reports, a…
By Stephanie Sy
When Minda Dentler was a baby she contracted polio, which paralyzed her legs. Adopted by an American family, she grew up watching other kids run and jump. It wasn't until business school that she finally felt the wind through her…
It started with a tweet from the Houston Rockets' general manager -- words of support for the protests in Hong Kong -- that prompted swift backlash from Chinese financial backers. How the league then handled the conflict between its business…
By William Brangham, Anne Azzi Davenport
Recreational and competitive sports played by people with disabilities are growing in popularity, and the skill levels of the athletes are rising. One of the more established adaptive sports is wheelchair tennis. William Brangham went to the U.S. Open in…
By Howard Fendrich, Associated Press
Osaka’s achy left knee didn’t let her serve without pain. Bencic's clean, crisp strokes, struck with the ball still on the rise, contributed plenty to the outcome, too.
Women's sports aren't always given prime-time slots, but there are still plenty of games and tournaments to watch.
By Gretchen Frazee
Jill Ellis has been paid substantially less than her male counterparts, shining a light on the inequality coaches of women's sports routinely experience.
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