Haley Van Voorhis, a Shenandoah University safety, made history as the first female non-kicker in an NCAA football game during Saturday’s match against Juniata.
Manchester United has confirmed that Jadon Sancho will be separated from the first-team training due to an ongoing disciplinary issue.
The Boston Red Sox dismissed their top baseball executive, Chaim Bloom, on Thursday, concluding an inconsistent four-year stint highlighted by two seasons at the bottom of the standings and a 2023 campaign likely to miss the playoffs.
MRI confirms Aaron Rodgers tore his Achilles in Monday’s game, sidelining him for the season. Zach Wilson to reclaim the starting role.
American tennis sensation Coco Gauff clinched her inaugural US Open championship, further establishing herself as a force to be reckoned with in the tennis world.
From social media hints to official confirmation, Noah Lyles adds another exciting chapter to his season with a late Prefontaine Classic entry.
The world’s fastest athletes, Sha’Carri Richardson and Noah Lyles, are expected to take the stage on Saturday, September 16 at The Prefontaine Classic, which serves as this year’s Wanda Diamond League Final.
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Mo Farah will bid farewell to racing in London at The Big Half on 3 September, informs organisers. “I’m excited to run my last ever London race at The Big Half.