Sports : Best Video
"I just like to power-lift," says Naomi Kutin, shown here squatting 205 pounds at the age of 9.

A 10-year-old power lifter: The 'strongest girl in the world'?

Meet Naomi Kutin. She isn't even in sixth grade yet, but the record-breaking, 99-pound Orthodox Jewish girl from New Jersey can lift twice her weight

Sports : The List
Detroit Tigers slugger Prince Fielder bats during Monday's All-Star Home Run Derby, which he won for the second time, becoming the only player other than Ken Griffey Jr. with multiple titles.

6 ways to improve the MLB All-Star game

Baseball's midsummer classic is still a huge draw for faithful fans. But that doesn't mean they wouldn't like to see some changes...

Sports : Opinion Brief
Swiss tennis great Roger Federer holds up his trophy after winning his record-tying seventh Wimbledon title on Sunday. Federer defeated British player Andy Murray.

Is Roger Federer the greatest tennis player ever?

Federer beat hometown favorite Andy Murray to win his record-tying seventh Wimbledon title, at an age — nearly 31 — when most tennis greats are calling it quits

Sports : Forecast
Two-time MVP Steve Nash is headed to the Los Angeles Lakers, where he'll join five-time NBA champion Kobe Bryant to form one of the league's most dangerous backcourt duos.

Does Steve Nash make the L.A. Lakers NBA title favorites?

Shockwaves are roaring through the NBA over the news that the two-time MVP is headed to Hollywood to team up with one-time rival Kobe Bryant

Sports : Winners and Losers
The Boise State Broncos run onto the field in 2009: Smaller schools like Boise State will likely get passed over in the new college football playoff system.

The new college football playoff system: Winners and losers

College football caves to fans' years of griping and unveils a new four-team playoff system. Many fans are still griping

Sports : Opinion Brief
LeBron James, villified after abandoning his hard-luck Clevaland Cavaliers to join the glitzy Miami Heat, is finally an NBA champion.

How long will the Miami Heat's NBA reign last?

After winning the NBA championship, LeBron James' Heat are arguably favorites to repeat next year — and the year after that, and the year after that...

Sports : Opinion Brief
The Miami Heat lead the Oklahoma City Thunder 3-1 in the best-of-seven NBA finals, putting villified superstar LeBron James just one win from his first NBA title.

The NBA championship: Would a Miami Heat victory redeem LeBron James?

Basketball fans love to hate the three-time MVP, but an NBA finals victory could erase much of that ill will

Sports : Analysis
Roger Clemens pitches for the Boston Red Sox in 1990: With 300 wins and 4,000 strikeouts under his belt, Clemens remains one of baseball's greatest pitchers.

Does Roger Clemens deserve to be in the Hall of Fame?

The star pitcher is acquitted of charges that he lied about using steroids, but that may not be enough to absolve him in the eyes of Cooperstown voters

Sports : Instant Guide
Flaunting a curiously cool bespectacled style, Oklahoma City Thunder all-stars Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant speak to the press Thursday.

The NBA's geek-chic craze: What's with the nerdy glasses?

Post-game news conferences have turned into veritable fashion shows, and the hottest accoutrement are oversized, Urkel-esque specs

Sports : Burning Question
The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency charges that seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong used testosterone and blood-doping products to boost his performance — allegations that the cyclist denies.

Will Lance Armstrong's legacy survive new doping charges?

Formal allegations from the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency threaten to strip the Tour de France champ of his seven titles — as well as his reputation

Sports : Opinion Brief
Metta World Peace leaves the court after being ejected for elbowing James Harden in the head: The star forward has been suspended 13 times over his career.

Metta World Peace's violent foul: How severely should the Laker be punished?

The player formerly known as Ron Artest levels Oklahoma City's James Harden with a brutal elbow to the head, recalling past violent behavior from the troubled forward

Sports : Slideshow
Honoring Jackie Robinson: A visual tribute

Honoring Jackie Robinson: A visual tribute

Major League Baseball teams across the country honored the 65th anniversary of Robinson breaking the color barrier Sunday. Here's a look at the pioneer's lasting legacy

Sports : Opinion Brief
Miami Marlins manager Ozzie Guillen was handed a five-game suspension on Tuesday, after outraging Florida's Cuban community by telling TIME magazine that he loves Fidel Castro.

Should Ozzie Guillen be fired for praising Fidel Castro?

The Miami Marlins manager is slapped with a five-game suspension for saying, "I love Fidel Castro." Outraged fans argue the punishment isn't nearly enough

Sports : Instant Guide
No need to be embarrassed, Tim Tebow: Everyone knows you're going to the nail salon for foot health, not primping.

Trend alert: Pedicures... for male athletes?

New York Jets QB Tim Tebow was recently spotted at a nail salon in West Hollywood. Don't worry, Tim: You're not alone

Sports : Instant Guide
Broga is for the guy who's past his hard-contact sports days, and can't quite touch his toes.

Broga: No-shame yoga for men

A new yoga style caters to "downward facing dudes" who loathe classes where they have to chant in Sanskrit and compete with ultra-flexible women

Sports : Fact Sheet
"Hunger Games" heroine Katniss Everdeen's fictional archery skills are reportedly giving the niche sport a major boost in the real world.

How The Hunger Games made archery hot again

Thanks to sharpshooting heroine Katniss, bows and arrows are back in style — among women, for a change

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