Zip it on the "I can't eat that” today. You’re on holiday! It's International No Diet Day. No, that doesn't mean that a balanced diet is now a brownie in each hand. But it does mean that you should take time to reflect and accept your body regardless of shape or size.
Cinco de Mayo happens to be 50 days out from the start of Wimbledon. Back in 1961, a Mexican player named Yola Ramirez defeated Billie Jean King in King’s first singles match on the grassy court.
We’re ticking toward the “best two minutes in sports” today as the 139th Kentucky Derby is set to start at 6:24 p.m. ET. Rosie Napravnik, a 25-year-old from New Jersey, is hoping to become the first female jockey to win it.
Hello everyone! I hope you all had a fun week filled with softball. The past week and a half has been crazy with finals and weather affecting softball, but I’ll get to that later and talk about the most important thing of the week.
Hey y’all, it’s me again!While this week has been ridiculously crazy because it’s the last week of classes, it has also been an exciting one for Texas softball.Fresh off a weekend sweep at Texas Tech, we started the week off with Longhorn Honors: Women's Athletics on Monday night.
Go on, enjoy those warm rays today because, back in 1978, former President Jimmy Carter declared May 3 National Sun Day. Studies have shown that 20-30 minutes of natural sunlight at least three times a week will do wonders for your physical and mental health.
Skiing sensation Tina Maze turned 30 today. The Slovenian set a world record in March with 2,414 World Cup points, topping Hermann Maier’s record of 2,000, and claiming the overall giant slalom title.
Howdy from Aggieland!This past weekend, the Aggie softball team had the privilege of traveling to Oxford, Miss., to take on Ole Miss. Our team handled business versus the Rebels and came out victorious.
The theme of this year’s OU softball poster is “Dreams Will Come True.” The poster features all of our seniors and throwback pictures of us playing when we were little. I remember first seeing the poster and the four of us getting a little emotional.
Hockey is a pretty big sport in Switzerland and I watched it a lot growing up, but since moving to the U.S. I haven’t really followed it that much. Indianapolis doesn’t have an NHL team, so that doesn’t make it easy, either.
I'll be honest -- it's not easy to take a seven-hour bus trip to games instead of hopping on a plane. But it does give my team, Sky Blue FC, valuable time to get to know one another! I've been playing on different pro teams and for various leagues for more than 10 years, so I definitely understand the circumstances of a start-up league -- and I'm so excited to be playing for the National Women's Soccer League.
Before there was Jackie Robinson, there was Fleet Walker. On this date in 1884, Moses Fleetwood Walker became the first African-American to play Major League Baseball when he made his American Association (modern-day American League) with the Toledo Blue Stockings.
Last Friday, our team visited the LAC+USC Medical Center's pediatrics unit to bring some cheer and smiles to the patients, who really welcomed the pleasant change from their regular hospital routines.
The battle for the Stanley Cup begins tonight, which got us thinking about an MVP from years gone by. In 1977, Barbara Williams, a former figure skater, became the first female skating coach in the NHL when she was named the New York Islanders’ power skating instructor.
Lions are not roaming through the streets. My ride is not the back of an elephant. I'm not living in a hut. I am in Africa, studying abroad in the country of my mother and father, a country with so much primitive beauty, potential, promise; I am in Nigeria!