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JENNA FRYER, AP Auto Racing Writer INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Carl Edwards has won the pole for the Brickyard 400. Edwards…
An inspired Panama team ended a trying week with a medal, beating the United States in the CONCACAF Gold Cup third-place game
Phillies ace Cole Hamels enhanced his trade value even more, becoming the first pitcher to throw a no-hitter against the Chicago Cubs in 50 years
Mike Trout has become a larger-than-life ballplayer, and now has a bobblehead doll befitting his status.
Froome lost several seconds to his main rival for the title: Colombia's Nairo Quintana, who began the stage 3:10 behind in second.
It's midsummer, yet NFL teams are reaching out to their season ticket holders about the playoffs
Wilson is recovering from losing two fingers on his right hand in a July 4 fireworks accident.
The Colin Cowherd show will be replaced by the Ryen Russillo Show from 12pm -to-1pm on KPUG beginning Monday 7/27.
Miller told SI.com on Thursday night that he plans to start the season in the H-back position and also hopes to return punts
A look at some of this week's biggest plays and best moments in sports.
Here is a look at some of this weekend's biggest sporting events.
The wrestling legend has been fired over allegations he was caught on tape using racist insults.
The emblem is based on "T," standing for Tokyo, tomorrow, and team.
The "Deflategate" scandal could still cost Tom Brady a four-game suspension next season but the New England Patriots quarterback is thriving when it comes merchandise sales in the NFL.
The Luzhniki stadium will host both the opening match and final of the 2018 World Cup after the match schedule was confirmed by FIFA on Friday.
Here's a look at some of today's biggest sports stories, Friday, July 24.
France's Romain Bardet was the winner of the 18th stage of the Tour de France
Lamoriello resigned as New Jersey Devils president to take the job.
The annual gathering of robotic whizz-kids and industry leaders features events ranging from football to simulated rescue operations.
After the match, the Panamanian players posed for a photo under a banner calling CONCACAF corrupt thieves.