Grantland’s Louisa Thomas finds the human drama of sports stories and reproduces it in highly intellectualized, often poetic prose.
Aikido — a Japanese martial art — is known as “a way to reconcile the world” and is being practiced here on the Peninsula.
Shayne Skov is getting ready to move down to Santa Clara, where he will go up against 89 other players for 53 roster spots with the San Francisco 49ers.
San Jose Mercury News sports columnist Tim Kawakami is not afraid to write what he thinks. In 2013, his dogged reporting earned him California Sportswriter of the Year.
Jon Wertheim is Sports Illustrated’s executive editor and is confident that the future is more promising than ever.
Sacred Heart Prep-Atherton freshman Sara Choy is only 14 and is already capturing tennis titles and recognitions.
Due to California’s infamous drought and the effects of climate change, Tahoe is experiencing record low snowpack which has drastically affected the ski experience.
While the actual occurrence of this year’s event is still in the air, the world-renowned surf competition is partnering with the Monterey Bay Aquarium in order to promote conservation of the ocean.
Some of Major League Soccer’s top earners make more money per year as individuals than the combined rosters of 12 teams. The league’s minimum salary was recently increased from $36,500 to $60,000.
San Jose’s new Avaya Stadium is the first soccer-specific stadium in the Bay Area and hosts the Earthquakes’ first home game March 22.
Experts say the tendency for young baseball pitchers to experience a heavy year-round throwing load often causes the development of chronic elbow injuries from overuse.
In what’s been dubbed the “second screen” phenomenon, contemporary baseball fans appear to be glued to their mobile devices while watching games.