2914 WINTER OLYMPICS
Jan 10, 2014 10:05 AM EST
The $50-billion price tag for the Sochi Olympics is a "bad example" for future candidate cities but Russia's first Winter Games will be secure despite mounting safety concerns, international skiing chief Gian-Franco Kasper said on Friday.
Raimundo Ortiz of SportsWorldNews.com discusses top sports stories of the week in 'Around the Mundo'. This week, Rai discusses the Brooklyn Nets chances in the NBA Playoffs, the NFL Draft, Fantasy Baseball and more!
Brett Topel and Raimundo Ortiz break down some of the top stories in and around Major League Baseball
St. Louis Cardinals Albert Pujols joined some elite company Tuesday, as he jacked his 499th and 500th career home runs in a 7-2 victory against the Washington Nationals. Pujols is now the 26th player in MLB history to achieve the milestone, but has
The Los Angeles Lakers missed the playoffs this season for the first time since 2005 and will enter the NBA's draft lottery, however their main focus is on a top power forward that is already in the league, Kevin Love of the Minnesota Timberwolves.
As we near the end of April, it's almost that time that the fantasy baseball community begins taking players' numbers seriously and identifying whether trends are real or not. A number of players are littering the top of leaderboards that were
The complete list of invitees to the NFL Draft has been announced and the list has all the usual suspects as well as a few surprises. Of the record 31 players that were invited, Derek Carr was the only player to decline his invitation.
LeBron James has inked an exclusive deal with the William Morris Agency to handle all his acting and entertainment related ventures, according to Sports Business Journal.
With all the talks of concussion research and the effects of football on the human body longterm, this story might be the last thing the NFL wants to hear. Ex-Jaguar Russell Allen has officially retired from the NFL after an MRI shows he suffered a
New York Mets Pitcher Matt Harvey Deletes Twitter; Did Mets Tell Ace to Lay Low During Tommy John Rehab?
New York Mets ace Matt Harvey has voiced his frustrations with his Tommy John surgery before through the media and social media, but the ladder is no longer an option. Harvey has deleted his Twitter account after posting a picture of himself post
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