It was a raucous party in Denver on Thursday as an estimated 500,000 fans turned out to the victory parade to celebrate the Colorado Avalanche’s first Stanley Cup win in 21 years. Defenseman Bo Byram, however, was nearly kicked out of the parade when a police officer mistook him for a wayward fan and tried to usher him off the parade route.
The Supreme Court ruled 6-3 in favor of Bremerton High School football coach Joe Kennedy on Monday in a ruling that favors individual expression of religion even in a government workplace
A recent poll conducted by the Washington Post and the University of Maryland reveals that 58% of Americans are opposed to transgender athletes competing in women’s sports at the college level and only 28% are in support. Additionally, 68% of responders said that transgender girls would have a competitive advantage over other girls.
Indianaoplis safety Khari Willis announced that he is retiring from the NFL after just three seasons to devote his life to “further the advancement of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.”
An article published by Sports Illustrated attempted to discredit the merits of the high school football coach at the center of a legal battle regarding his firing.
A New York Ranger’s fan was arrested for two counts of assault after video footage captured him sucker-punching an unsuspecting […]
Two biological males who identify as female, Emily Bridges and Lily Chant, placed 1st and 2nd in the open women’s category at London’s ThunderCrit cycling event on June 2. A viral photo of the podium shows the two men holding their awards and kissing each other while biological woman Jo Smith, the third-place finisher, stands next to them with her daughter in her arms.
Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards allowed SB 44 the “Fairness in Women’s Sports Act” to become a law on Monday after vetoing a similar bill in 2021.
The team wore orange arm bands in a friendly match against Uruguay on Sunday as part of the “Be the Change” gun control campaign. They also penned an open letter to congress calling for the passage of more gun-control laws.
Lawyers representing approximately 90 women, including Olympic gold medalists Simone Biles, Aly Raisman and McKayla Maroney, filed a lawsuit against the FBI Wednesday seeking more than $1 billion for the agency’s failure to act after receiving allegations against sports doctor Larry Nassar in 2015.