Even though it was a tough year for celebrity splits, a couple celebs said "I Do" in some of the most lavish or secret ceremonies of the year.
Put a Super Bowl ring on it.
There's no way you'll be disappointed...
Shaq Makes His Kids Submit Resumes And Business Plans Because He Believes In Nepotism Done The Right Way
"I'm caring, I'm funny. I'm honest — and I teach by example."
Draymond Green Said He Felt "Pathetic" After Punching Jordan Poole During A Team Practice, And Is Stepping Away From The Team Indefinitely
He said, "The most important thing initially is to allow Jordan to work through his thoughts and not me try to persuade his thoughts one way or another."
Let's Fight Over Which Of These NFL Player Looks Absolutely Kills It On The Red Carpet Or Should Be Trashed
All stars on the field and the red carpet.
Hard coaching doesn't mean good coaching.
Whilst a traditional suit can be suave and sleek, sometimes yet another gray tux on the red carpet can get a little boring.
Hundreds Of Athletes Have Signed Onto A Brief Calling For The Supreme Court To Protect Abortion Rights
"To have any of that autonomy taken away, to have someone else make decisions for my body and my career, is to take away my life’s pursuit," one Olympic soccer player said.
Due to the pandemic, the opening ceremony took place Friday before a practically empty stadium. But the host country Japan still put on a dazzling show.
In all, four members of South Africa's Olympic delegation tested positive and are now in isolation.
The NCAA Decision To Finally Allow College Athletes To Profit Off Their Own Likenesses Has Schools Now Actively Recruiting Them As Influencers
In this week's newsletter: How college athletic programs have dramatically embraced new NCAA NIL policy changes, and how TikTok's new feature is a direct threat to Cameo's entire business.
While the NCAA can still restrict cash payments to players, the organization can no longer limit education-related benefits schools can give to them.
You might say these books ~hit it out of the park~.
The former coach at Northeastern University also allegedly tried to dupe students into sending him more photos.
If Colleges Are Recruiting Influencers, I Think They Should Be Paying Student-Athletes — The Original College Influencer
The reports of universities uniquely paying students to be brand ambassadors made me think about the controversy of schools not paying college athletes.
The driver, Bubba Wallace, called it a "despicable act of racism."
The change comes weeks after California became the first state to allow student-athletes to sign endorsement deals.
High school athletes were accused of assaulting boys with flashlights, shampoo bottles, and broomsticks.
“CrossFit admitted they’re wrong and is making it right,” trans athlete Chloie Jönsson told BuzzFeed News.
Despite Losing Money, Uber Just Signed An Endorsement Deal With One Of The World's Most Valuable Athletes
Virat Kohli, the captain of India's cricket team, will be Uber's first ever brand ambassador in the country.
About 200 people at the Winter Olympics, including two Swiss skiers, have been infected with the germ that causes vomiting and diarrhea.
BORN TO MAKE OLYMPIC HISTORY.
Repping your country in a sport it doesn't recognize is difficult.
More than 100 women, many of them US gymnasts, delivered victim impact statements during Larry Nassar's sentencing.
"I have nothing to lose by standing up for my beliefs." — Muhammad Ali
Lawmakers want to pull funds from NFL teams, bar owners have stopped airing football games, fans are burning their season tickets, local officials are going on racist rants — and so much more.
For those who consider football a fantasy, players protesting police brutality is a problem because the truth is laid bare: that even in the realm of the fantastic, black life in this country isn’t valued.