PARIS — For a decade, Rafael Nadal ruled Roland Garros the way no other man has dominated any Grand Slam site.
INDIANAPOLIS — Jody Karam returned from a bicycle ride and saw his son on the phone with race team owner Chip Ganassi. At the Karam home just 15 miles from Pocono Raceway, Sage Karam heard the news that would send the blonde bundle of energy into a depression,
CONCORD, N.C. — Kyle Larson believes he's on the verge of kicking in the door and getting his first NASCAR Sprint Cup win.
The Leesburg Lightning haven't always been a success.
I’m sure there are many area fans who consider this to have been a down year for local high school sports.
TAMPA — Bucs coach Dirk Koetter was an assistant in Jacksonville and Atlanta before coming to Tampa Bay, so he's no stranger to the summer heat. He's also not a huge fan of the effect it has on preparing football teams.
Adam Gase, the NFL’s youngest head coach, could be anywhere on the field during a Miami Dolphins practice. Sometimes you might see the 37-year-old bundle of energy rushing the passer, other times defending receivers.
The City of Daytona Beach and the Florida High School Athletic Association failed to come to an agreement on a contract to host the state's football championships within the 30-day negotiating window.
The last two winters saw the top women's golf tour in the world converge on Ocala with record-breaking crowds and exciting championship-level play.
Cody Stack has always loved playing baseball.
LEESBURG — Nine days.
MINNEOLA — Head coach Walter Banks contended with bad weather and a young Lake Minneola football team this spring, but things are starting to take shape as they face Orlando Jones today at West Orange High School in Winter Garden.
CLERMONT — East Ridge football coach Ashour Peera knew his Knights would play hard despite its youth.
BALTIMORE — Exaggerator won the Preakness on Saturday, ruining Nyquist's bid to become horse racing's second Triple Crown winner in two years.
Aubree Munro was steamed after she struck out with the bases loaded in the third inning of Florida’s regional game against Central Florida.
So spring football games mean nothing?
GROVELAND — Coaches for South Lake and South Sumter saw what they wanted — and what they needed — to see when the two teams squared off in their spring game at Eagles Field.
MOUNT DORA — Jim Nichols is looking to the future.
If Inman Sherman had realized people would put up such a fuss when he retired from coaching, he might have stayed on at South Sumter High School.
Spring football means nothing in the standings.