NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Olympic track runner Alysia Montano about how sport endorsement companies treat maternity leave.
NPR's Susan Davis talks to Outside magazine editor Grayson Schaffer about the recent deaths of climbers on Mount Everest.
NPR's Scott Simon talks with ESPN's Howard Bryant about the Stanley Cup, the NBA and the Minnesota Twins making history.
In a new autobiography, the great NFL quarterback details his ups (like a Super Bowl victory) and downs (like the Suzy Kolber incident and alcoholism) as he stares down his legacy.
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A Nepalese mountain climber has broken the record for ascents of Mount Everest. Kami Rita Sherpa, 49, has made it to the top 24 times.
A Nepalese mountain climber has now climbed Mount Everest a record 24 times — and he's hoping to do it one more time before he retires.
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Lauda survived a major crash during the 1976 German Grand Prix, racing again just weeks later. Lauda later went into the aviation business.
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The awful scores of 101, 100, 108 and 102 were posted to Trump's USGA-administered handicap system on Friday, according to Golfweek.
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MIT mathematician and former Baltimore Ravens offensive lineman John Urschel has a new memoir out about how he combined his two very different talents into a successful and varied career.
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Detroit Bikes, a rare domestic maker of bicycles, could see business increase as a result of increased U.S. tariffs on Chinese bikes. But imported parts it relies on are also subject to higher taxes.
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We have the latest on the NBA, the new commissioner leading the WNBA, and the investigation of an Ohio State University doctor's sexual abuse of students.
The independent investigation concluded that university personnel were aware of the abuse as early as 1979, but that Richard Strauss kept abusing students until he retired nearly two decades later.
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Dr. Larry Nassar abused hundreds of women for decades. How did he get away with it?
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We'll ask the Baseball Hall of Famer, known as "The Wizard" for his magical plays, to answer three questions about the 1939 movie The Wizard of Oz.
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NPR's Scott Simon and Howard Bryant of ESPN talk NBA and NHL playoffs, as well as discuss the politics of team celebrations at the White House.
The logo for the Washington Nationals baseball team might look familiar even if you don't follow the team. Especially if you shop at Walgreens.
NBA teams like the Warriors and the Rockets have made three-pointers the center of their game, forcing other teams to adapt. NPR's Ailsa Chang discusses this shift in play with sports and culture writer Zach Kram.
González, 30, won a silver medal at the Rio Summer Olympics. With the threat of suspension hanging over her, she had been training in hopes that she could compete in next year's Tokyo Games.
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The 2018 World Series Champion Red Sox were honored at a White House ceremony on Thursday. Most players of color stayed away, leading one sportswriter to comment, "its the white Sox who'll be going."
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Liverpool upset Barcelona to advance to the Champions League final. NPR's Noel King talks to Wright Thompson of ESPN The Magazine who says the soccer team "perfectly reflects" the city of Liverpool.