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The biggest thing critics continually get wrong about transgender athletes competing in women’s sports
It's been suggested a man could wake up and "decide" to become a woman, win titles, then go back to being a man.
Meet Bombas, the cult-favorite sock startup that has donated 8 million pairs to homeless shelters since launching in 2013
Bombas socks are extremely comfortable and benefit from two years of obsessive research and development. As a result, you can shop the basics that fix all the common annoyances: blister tabs, upgraded arch support, and calf socks that will never slip.
“Israel condemns the decision, inspired no doubt by Malaysia PM Mahathir’s rabid anti-Semitism.”
CEOs, athletes, and celebs are paying $10,000 for this 6-hour physical exam that includes a massage and 2 meals in an ultra-luxurious, spa-like NYC fa...
A New York City medical center offers a "five-star" physical examination in a luxurious, spa-like facility in downtown Manhattan — and it costs $10,000. The six-hour checkup at the 15,000-square-foot center is designed for C-level executives, athletes, and celebrities.
The boutique investment bank Centerview Partners is the Wall Street firm that hires the most college athletes. More than a quarter of its workforce was made up of varsity athletes last year, according to the job-search site Wall Street Oasis.
With Naomi Osaka winning the US Open earlier this month, here are the 5 top Asian sporting prospects under 25 looking to make their mark
These athletes represent some of Asia's best hopes in their respective sports.
Mechanical watches don't have much practical use in today's sporting world, yet you can't go to a major sporting event without seeing some serious watch game.
The most popular energy bar at the Tour de France, according to the woman who sees the riders stuff their pockets every day
The most popular energy bar at the Tour de France. #TDF2018
From Nancy Kerrigan and Tonya Harding to Evgenia Medvedeva and Alina Zagitova, the Olympic Games are the perfect setting for intense athletic rivalries.
Uniforms in the Winter Olympics are using weird psychological tactics — including the color blue — to give athletes an edge
Some Olympic teams at the Pyeongchang Games are abandoning traditional colors in favor of those that are considered "faster."