With no obvious successor in place, 32-year-old Serena Williams, the oldest woman to ever hold the No. 1 world ranking, is one of the lone links to America's past dominance.
Kevin Fixler is a writer in Denver and holds a master's from University of California, Berkeley. His work has appeared in Sports Illustrated, The Atlantic, and Yahoo!.
The philosophy of standing on the shoulders of giants seems like common sense. Andy Murray, two-time Grand Slam champion, just happened to hire a woman.
From 38-year-old Peyton Manning to 43-year-old Teemu Selanne, today’s athletes refuse to fade into the sunset. How the pros are prolonging their careers. (Hint: It’s not steroids.)
Oklahoma State’s basketball tournament legacy is rooted in one of the game’s first 7-footers, forgotten luminary Bob Kurland.
She’s the adorably blond, red lipstick-wearing teen who may be America’s best chance at ending a drought in ladies figure skating.
There will be no India in Sochi. A luger, cross country skier, and alpine skier will compete under a stock Olympic flag after the nation was suspended from the Sochi games.
Track and field star Lolo Jones may earn a spot on the Olympic bobsled squad after only one year of training. Was Cool Runnings right about how easy sliding sports are?
One book will change the way you view the NFL and the price players pay for your enjoyment and dollars. By Kevin Fixler.
Forty years after Billie Jean King’s ‘Battle of the Sexes’ tennis match, the question returns: can an unstoppable force on the women’s side beat a man?
Not a Heat or Spurs fan? Then you’ve lost. Kevin Fixler on a new book that looks at why we go back for more when the odds are so low.