Olympic gold medalist Florence "Flo-Jo" Griffith Joyner died 25 years ago on Sept. 21, 1998. The sprinter's world records for the 100 meter and 200 meter events remain unbroken.
Hundreds of women aged 40 and older gathered in Chicago recently to jump rope and play other games from their youth. It was the 3rd national playdate held by the Double Dutch Club.
Simone Biles, 26, is now the only U.S. woman ever chosen for six World Championships. The star gymnast is heading back to Antwerp, where she competed in her first Worlds in 2013.
Deion Sanders, the University of Colorado's new football coach, is turning the program from notorious basement dweller to the hottest ticket in the NCAA. (Story aired on ATC on Sept. 18, 2023.)
Spain's new women's coach has announced the roster for the team's first matches since their victory at the Women's World Cup. Here's what's happened in the Rubiales case and what to look for next.
American Sepp Kuss has won La Vuelta, a cycling jewel, after getting help from two teammates who have won six Grand Tour titles between them.
The Baseball Hall of Fame is going Bananas. An exhibit dedicated to the sport's wackiest team, the Savannah Bananas, is opening at the hallowed shrine in Cooperstown, New York.
Sorry Jets fans, the hits just keep on coming. The latest came on Monday night, when quarterback Aaron Rodgers tore his Achilles tendon just four plays into his debut with the team.
The 39-year-old NFL veteran has a torn left Achilles tendon that will require season-ending surgery, New York Jets coach Robert Saleh announced Tuesday.
Michigan State suspended football coach Mel Tucker without pay after allegations in a report that he sexually harassed activist and rape survivor Brenda Tracy during a phone call last year.
Djokovic, a 36-year-old from Serbia, moved one major singles title in front of Serena Williams to become the first player to win 24 in the Open era, which began in 1968.
The embattled president of Spain's soccer federation has left his job. A furor arose after he kissed a star player on the mouth after the Women's World Cup final.
Gauff surged to her first major championship by coming back to defeat Aryna Sabalenka 2-6, 6-3, 6-2 in the U.S. Open final on Saturday, delighting a raucous crowd that was loud from start to finish.
NPR's Scott Simon has an idea for newspapers experimenting with AI: hire high school journalists to cover high school games rather than settle for substandard reporting.
Friday's defeat in Manila marked the second consecutive Basketball World Cup loss for the U.S., which won back-to-back championships in 2010 and 2014.