Olympic swimming superstar Michael Phelps had bloodshot eyes and slurred speech when he was pulled over and arrested for drink driving, according to police documents.
Jeff Zillgitt Paul George's injury reignited a relatively recent debate: Should the NBA allows its players to participate in FIBA events such as the World Cup and Olympics?
Kate McClymont, Eryk Bagshaw Ian Thorpe contemplated coming out prior to the 2000 Sydney Olympics but the swimming wunderkind decided against it because of the detrimental financial consequences suffered by a Canadian swimming...
Michael Gleeson in Nice For 46 years others have tried. For 46 years others have failed. Alex Rowe might be about to change that.
The most decorated swimmer of all time may be getting ready to make an Olympic comeback at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Games.
Paul Newberry Michael Phelps has been working out with his former coach but there is no word yet on a return to swimming for the Rio Olympics.
Michael Phelps is back in the US drug-testing program in the strongest indication yet that he's returning for the 2016 Rio Olympics.
Roy Ward Australian basketballer David Andersen believes a self-imposed playing hiatus has added years to his career.
Russia and Georgia have ended their football spat, dating back to a brief war in 2008, by agreeing to play each other.
Daniel Lane Standing 1.96 metres, weighing 95kilograms and boasting shoulders that could be measured by pick handles, there’s no danger at all of anyone possibly mistaking James Magnussen for a boy.
Chris Dutton Fifty mosquito bites ruined mountain biker Ben Henderson's Olympic Games dream and kept him in bed for almost two years.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) should consider moving sports such as track cycling, judo and badminton to the Winter Games, according to the president of world cycling's governing body,...
Swimming legend Michael Phelps, winner of most medals in Olympic history, would not be drawn on Wednesday on whether he may come out of retirement for the 2016 Rio Games.
IOC president Jacques Rogge has defended the international cycling union's anti-doping efforts and says it would be wrong to kick the sport out of the Olympics in the wake of the Lance Armstrong...
London IOC president defends international cycling union's anti-doping efforts.
Chris Dutton He missed out on Olympic Games bling but Patrick Mills and the San Antonio Spurs are on a mission to ''achieve greatness'' and believe they have the firepower to win an NBA championship ring.
WHEN Matthew Mitcham missed out on a place in the Olympic diving finals in August, the whole country witnessed his disappointment.
David Polkinghorne She may not have won the Olympic gold medal she desperately wanted, but Caroline Buchanan has inspired a new generation of BMX bandits in the ACT.
Peter Munro ''INSPIRE a generation'' was the motto of the London Olympic Games. But what might the rising pool of Australian swimmers make of the public shaming of the men's 4 x 100 metre relay team?
Simon Haydon RIO DE JANEIRO: The first test of Brazil's ability to host the World Cup and Olympic Games in the next three years is now under way, as the eight-nation Confederations Cup tournament kicks off.