One kid tries to emulate Stephen Curry, and instead learns why it's always a good idea to keep his eye on the ball
Look back at the athletes Nike has dropped - and stuck by - through controversy
Brandon Armstrong nails a hilarious impersonation of the boxing legend's unique jumpshot form
It marks the first time that any Smithsonian museum has embraced crowdfunding to help cover the cost of preserving its most valuable artifacts from the ravages of time
"Kita bisa belajar dari cara kanjeng Nabi bersabar, ketika masa-masa awal dakwah terjadi, ia disakiti, diserang, dihina dan dinistakan. Kita tahu bagaimana ia bersabar, memilih diam dan tersenyum kepada mereka yang membencinya."
The objects include a 16mm camera that was mounted on the window of the Eagle lunar module to record the historic landing and Armstrong's 'one small step'
Lance Armstrong says he would still be issuing strident denials if he hadn't been caught and then forced to admit to using performance-enhancing drugs
Berlin-based songwriter Louise Gold honors the 45th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission by using Neil Armstrong's heartbeat as a bass line for a John Lennon original
A research breakthrough using the insulin-like growth factor IGF-1 as a biomarker could produce a better test for human growth hormone
At Sochi, there is a reduced emphasis on post-competition tests and more on pre-competition in a bid to catch potential offenders unawares
USA Today reported the agreement reached between Armstrong and Nebraska-based Acceptance Insurance allowed Armstrong to avoid a scheduled deposition
This year's Tour is shaping up to be a head-to-head battle between 2012 runner-up Chris Froome and two-time winner Alberto Contador
Sportswear giant Nike cut ties with Lance Armstrong's Livestrong foundation.
Disgraced US cyclist Lance Armstrong has scrapped plans to enter a swim race in Texas following objections from FINA.
Singer-songwriter Ely Buendia teams up with an esteemed rock guitarist and a 3-piece band for a rollicking good time
US prosecutors said they have no plans to press criminal charges against cycling cheat Lance Armstrong, despite his confession that he owes his Tour de France victories to illegal doping
The International Cycling Union (UCI) announced Monday, January 28, it had disbanded the independent commission it had set up to investigate alleged involvement by the global governing body in the Lance Armstrong doping scandal
'It was the most-watched show ever on the fledgling OWN network after Oprah's March 2012 conversation with the family of late singer Whitney Houston'
Shamed cyclist Lance Armstrong wants to compete again and doesn't believe he deserved the "death penalty" of a life ban
Cyclist Lance Armstrong finally admits using performance enhancing drugs
A US Navy ship goes into battle mode when Tubbataha personnel approaches the stranded ship.|The Department of Foreign Affairs evacuates 34 Filipinos from an Algerian gas field attacked by Islamist gunmen. | Justice secretary De Lima is criticized for the re-enactment of the Atimonan shooting.
'I made my decisions. They're my mistake. And I'm sitting here today to acknowledge that and to say I'm sorry for that... I view this situation as one big lie that I repeated a lot of times,' he tells Oprah Winfrey
After years of denying accusations of doping, cyclist Lance Armstrong finally admits to using performance enhancing drugs on 'Oprah's Next Chapter'
Oprah Winfrey's exclusive interview with Lance Armstrong is a coup for the talk show diva as she strives to pull her upstart OWN network to the front of the crowded TV peloton
When you have all that money going into sports, it would take a very strong athlete to say, 'I will not go down that road.' That is especially true in a culture that prizes winning above everything else.
In the wake of Lance Armstrong admitting to doping in an Oprah Winfrey interview, World Anti-Doping Agency director general David Howman says hsis confession is not enough
(UPDATED) Cyclist Lance Armstrong has admitted to talk show host Oprah Winfrey that he used performance-enhancing drugs in a lengthy interview to be aired later this week
Fallen cycling hero Lance Armstrong personally apologized Monday, January 14, to staff members of the Livestrong cancer charity ahead of his much anticipated interview with talk show diva Oprah Winfrey
The disgraced Texan's decision to talk to the famed US talk show host has divided opinion, as some say he needs to do something radical to rehabilitate his public profile, while others say speaking out will only make matters worse
Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong will talk about the doping scandal that dramatically brought down his cycling career during an interview with Oprah Winfrey
From the biggest scandals to the London Olympics, 2012 was filled with historic moments and essentially everything we love about sport itself -- excitement, drama and inspiration
British newspaper The Sunday Times, which suggested Lance Armstrong may have cheated, said on Sunday, December 23 that it is suing the cyclist over £1 million ($1.6 million, 1.2 million euros) over a libel payment made to Armstrong in 2006
Credited with one of the greatest comebacks in sport, the Tour de France icon that was Lance Armstrong finished 2012 with a reputation as arguably sport's greatest fraud
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has sought to redefine its role as a sports watchdog in the wake of robust allegations of a doping conspiracy involving cyclist Lance Armstrong, and has proposed doubling bans for athletes caught using performance-enhancing drugs
The International Cycling Union (UCI) is setting up a doping hotline for cyclists who want to blow the whistle on fellow riders, one of their efforts to decrease cheating in the sport after Lance Armstrong's scandal
Cycling sought to move on from the Lance Armstrong doping scandal, as leading riders urged fans not to give up on the sport and Tour de France organizers unveiled the race route for its historic 100th edition
Lance Armstrong, stripped of seven Tour de France titles and cast into cycling oblivion, appeared to have acknowledged the decision when he edited his Twitter profile description
President Aquino says infrastructure projects are the key to sustained economic growth. | The government wavers on its original plan to make Clark the country's main gateway. | Lance Armstrong is banned from cycling after a doping scandal.
Once a symbol of perseverance in the face of the most incredible odds, Lance Armstrong now seems destined to go down in history as one of the most brazen dope cheats that sport has ever seen
The International Cycling Union (UCI) announced on Monday, October 22 a lifetime cycling ban on Lance Armstrong, and stripped him from his seven Tour de France titles as recommended by the US Anti-Doping Agency (USADA)
International Cycling Union (UCI) officials were set to announce their decision about the fate of Lance Armstrong on Monday, October 22 with their own credibility and that of the sport under fire
Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong is set for two days of early wake-up calls -- first to address 4,000 bikers Sunday, October 21, at a charity ride and then to learn his fate from cycling's global governing body
As doping allegations against him become "unsurmountable", Nike drops Lance Armstrong from its list of endorsers but will continue to support "Livestrong" foundation following Armstrong's resignation as chairman.
'The evidence shows beyond any doubt that the US Postal Service Pro Cycling Team ran the most sophisticated, professionalized and successful doping program that sport has ever seen,' says USADA
'The stakes are high. We have to develop the whole child, not just academic proficiency.'
The cremated remains of Neil Armstrong were scattered at sea after a final tribute to the first man to set foot on the moon
Tributes poured in Sunday, August 26, following the death of Neil Armstrong, the humble US astronaut whose "small step" on the moon captivated the world and came to embody the wonder of space exploration
"...Next time you walk outside on a clear night and see the moon smiling down at you, think of Neil Armstrong and give him a wink."
With one small step off a ladder, Neil Armstrong became the first human to set foot on the moon on July 20, 1969, making him the most lauded American of the Cold War space race
Armstrong underwent cardiac bypass surgery early August after doctors found blockages in his coronary arteries