The Olympics are all about the love of sport, country and your fellow man. Maybe. Just don't look too closely behind the scenes.
There are plenty of sports out there that could be added to the game to spice them up. And we're talking about real sports here, not the game of flamethrower tag we tried to get them to add last time.
It's all in the name of anti-terrorism and public safety, of course, but the London 2012 Olympics will be the most sinister sporting event ever held outside of 'Battle Royale.'
Ever since Big Wheels, the tricycle has faded away, back to its spot as the second least cool way to get around (behind perennial favorite, rollerblades.) But does it have to be that way? These four inventors donâ€™t think so ...
Little did we realize that these pointless time wasters were, for some, the subject of a years-long pursuit of excellence.
Like any relationship between parents and their grown offspring, Mother Nature and humanity get along best when they don't have to see each other very often. And here's why.
When you're not a sports fan, there's a double standard when it comes to ... well, just about everything.
In every sport, there is nothing more uncomfortable or embarrassing to watch than a meltdown; that single moment when an athlete finally absorbs all the criticism, the pressure, the boos in the stadium and just emotionally malfunctions.
You have to kind of feel sorry for 'extreme sport' practitioners. For one thing, you can't even say the name of their sport without an eye roll and a smirk, and for another, the '90s are over.
A lot of people complain about the 24 hour news cycle these days, where the media feels the pressure to be giving you news every second of the day, leading them to stretch the definition of
Not all sports records are glorious. This is an article about seven men who achieved greatness in failure.