NFL Agrees to End Race-Based Adjustments in Dementia Testing; Black Players Now Qualified for Monetary Awards in Settlement of Concussion Claims
NFL has agreed to finally put an end to race-norming among retired Black players.
No Special Treatment: Unvaccinated Athletes Banned To Compete at the Australian Open
Athletes like Novak Djokovic who may not have received their COVID-19 vaccine won't be allowed to compete at the Australian Open in January.
2 Human Rights Activists Arrested in Athens After Opposing the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics
Two human rights activists in Athens, Greece were arrested and detained at a local police station for protesting against the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics.
Olympian Runner Gold Medalist Agnes Jebet Tirop Found Dead; Husband Named Suspect in Deadly Stabbing
Kenyan gold medalist runner Agnes Tirop was discovered stabbed to death in her house; police identified her husband as the primary suspect.
Cristiano Ronaldo Rape Case Leaked, Stolen; Federal Judge Orders for Dismissal of Lawsuit
A federal magistrate court recommended that Cristiano Ronaldo's case be dismissed on Wednesday, citing the counsel representing the lady who sued him.
Afghan Girls Football Team Get Visas by the UK After Pleading for Sanctuary From the Taliban
The Afghan girls' football team gets visas approved after asking for help before being sent back from Pakistan after their 30-day permits run out. The UK allows their visas to be processed along with their coaches and families.
Tani Adewumi Wants To Become Chess’ Youngest Ever Grandmaster At 11; Says He Practices 7 Hours Daily
Tani Adewumi already earned the title of 28th youngest chess national master so he now wants to become the youngest chess grandmaster.
National Women's Soccer League Not To Play Any Games This Weekend Due to Alleged Sexual Harassment and Misconduct Allegations
The National Women's Soccer League has decided not to play any games this weekend, with the consent of the NWSL players' union.
Two-Time Olympic Gold Medalist, Former Swimmer Klete Keller Pleads Guilty To One Felony Charge in January 6 Capitol Riot
Klete Keller, a two-time Olympic gold winner, pled guilty to one felony charge on Wednesday after a video from the January 6 Capitol Riot was uploaded on Twitter earlier this year.
San Francisco 49ers Cornerback Josh Norman Rushed to the Hospital Following a Chest Injury
San Francisco 49ers cornerback Josh Norman is recovering at home following a chest injury during last weekend's game.
NHL Player Zac Rinaldo To Be Denied Access To Training Camp for Refusing COVID-19 Vaccine; Veteran Forward Demoted
The Columbus Blue Jackets continued to punish players who refused to take the COVID-19 vaccination before the season starts.
Los Angeles Star Mike Trout Unlikely To Return This Season, May Not Get Another MVP Award
Mike Trout, the Angels' center fielder, has not played since May 17 due to sustained calf injury. Unfortunately, he may not still be able to play for the rest of the 2021 season.
NFL's Quarterback King Tom Brady Continues To Play at 44, Leads the Team To Win During the Season Opener
The Buccaneers of Tampa Bay were sloppy in their first game following winning the Super Bowl. But they're champs for a reason. And Tom Brady is still on the team.
Donald Trump, Son To Commentate Saturday Boxing Event Headlined by Evander Holyfield vs. Vitor Belfort
Former United States President Donald Trump and his son, Donald Trump Jr., are scheduled to commentate this Saturday's boxing event headlined by Evander Holyfield and Vitor Belfort. The event comes after the Republican businessman's long history with boxing.
Throw of the Year: Boston Red Sox Outfielder Hunter Renfroe Wins Against His Former Team
The Boston Red Sox Outfielder Hunter Renfroe had the type of performance that Red Sox legends are made of on Wednesday night.