China are currently leading the medal race with host nation Japan closely behind
The Padres picked up one of the best hitters in baseball for the second half of the season.
Could you picture a Big Ten that doesn't include Michigan and Ohio State? That is apparently a possibility if you believe this latest rumor on conference realignment.
Rounding up the big stories from the second day of the Tokyo Olympics.
When Annemiek Van Vleuten crossed the line with her arms in the air at the Fuji International Speedway, the Dutchwoman thought she had won the women's Olympic road cycling race on Sunday. Only a few moments later, however, an emotional Van Vleuten realised she had finished second behind Austrian Anna Keisenhofer by a healthy margin of one minute and 15 seconds. "Oh Ruud, I was completely wrong," Van Vleuten told her soigneur Ruud Zijlmans after the finish.
NHL teams drafted for the future and also made some major trades. Who are the winners and losers from the weekend?
The Boston Red Sox were trailing 4-0 and didn't have a hit entering the eighth inning Sunday, but that's when they staged an impressive comeback to win 5-4 against the rival Yankees at Fenway Park.
Anna Kiesenhofer, a mathematics researcher, posted one of the most dominant wins of the Olympics.
Up 4-0 in the bottom of the eighth, the Yankees imploded and gave up five runs in the inning, eventually falling to the Red Sox 5-4.
After their first Olympic loss since 2004, the Americans learned this much: They need more from their biggest star.
The Tokyo Olympics just gave us a vision of a nightmare future: a basketball-shooting robot.
Which teams haven't fared too well over the last few days between the draft and the trade market? (Timothy T. Ludwig-USA TODAY Sports)
Chinese weightlifter Li Fabin broke two Olympic records on Sunday and he did so in style.
A no-hit bid from Domingo German was all for naught as the Yankees’ bullpen blew a masterful start in a 5-4 loss to the Red Sox on Sunday afternoon in Boston.
Martell's college career just took another twist and turn.
Almost all teams can use Beal but very few have the assets to get a deal done or a team good enough to call a contender after acquiring him.
Upon signing Trevor Bauer, the Dodgers cited a thorough vetting process; now Bauer's career as a Dodger is in limbo. How a $102-million risk went wrong.
The singer spoke out against the "very sexist rules" facing the Norwegian team.
He's going to ever greater lengths to flaunt the results of all that training.
The Giants could have their eyes on multiple Pirates.