NPR's Leila Fadel speaks with NBA veteran JJ Redick about his new podcast and life inside of the NBA "bubble" in Orlando.
Team USA Track and Field Paralympian Lex Gillette tells NPR how he's staying competition ready now that the 2020 Olympic Games have been put off by a year.
Team USA Rower Emily Regan discusses what it was like to contract COVID-19 and tells us how she's keeping up with training now that the 2020 Tokyo Olympics have been postponed a year.
NPR's Scott Simon talks to ESPN's Howard Bryant about the NHL Playoffs and the new COVID-19 infections in the MLB.
Head coach Marlene Stollings came to Texas Tech in 2018, along with assistant Nikita Lowry Dawkins. They're both out now, after USA Today published allegations of physical, mental and verbal abuse.
Hall of Famer Satchel Paige started his career pitching in the Negro leagues and later became a major league star. Author Larry Tye tells his story in Satchel. Originally broadcast in 2010.
The National Hockey League has resumed its season in two "bubbles" in Edmonton and Toronto, Canada. The league says it's administered 7,000 coronavirus tests to players, with zero positive cases.
NPR's Rachel Martin talks to sports journalist and professor at the University of Maryland, Kevin Blackistone, about college football leagues starting their season amid a global pandemic.
Tennis superstar Roger Federer surprises two Italian girls after a video of them playing tennis across rooftops during the pandemic went viral.
Colorado State said it was taking "extremely seriously" accusations that players had been warned against reporting possible symptoms of the coronavirus.
Olympic athletes traditionally don't make much money, and it's gotten worse during the pandemic. But a unique fundraiser simulating the Tokyo Olympics is now helping some of them.
The UConn Huskies are the first team in their division to cancel the 2020-21 season over COVID-19 concerns. A school official said the "safety challenges" presented an "unacceptable level of risk."
Chief medical officer Dr. Allen Sills defended the NFL's plans to return in September. He tells Morning Edition that the league has an extensive testing program but won't be instituting a "bubble."
Sen. Kelly Loeffler and the WNBA fight heat up after players wore jerseys endorsing Rev. Raphael Warnock, a Democrat challenging Loeffler in the November special election.
The tennis star had hoped to win his 20th Grand Slam at this year's meet, which would have tied him for most men's wins in that category.