‘Lucky’ Golf Items Might Actually Work, According to Study
The U.S. Open is back at Torrey Pines this week, for the first time since the most memorable moment of my life as a golf fan: Tiger Woods, sporting a broken leg and a one-shot
This Book Is Not About Baseball. But Baseball Teams Swear by It.
… Baseball is littered with examples of varying body types — Astros second baseman Jose Altuve, who is 5-foot-6, and Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge, who is 6-7, finished 1-2 in the 2017 American League Most
Game Brain Science: How Your Super Bowl Team Plays Can Sway What You Eat
The Super Bowl isn’t just one of the biggest sporting events of the year. It’s also one of the biggest eating events. And whether your team wins or loses the big game can influence how
Vergeht uns der Spaß am Fußball? (Do we miss the fun of football?)
Wer wissen will, warum König Fußball die Welt regiert, muss nur die alten Philosophen fragen, am besten Immanuel Kant. Der hat schon früh erkannt: „Der Himmel hat den Menschen als Gegengewicht gegen die vielen Mühseligkeiten
How to Live With the Pain of Loss, Without Going Numb
What is the best way to deal with a loss? Loss is one of life’s most excruciating emotions, because it involves pain that to some degree will never go away—what you have lost will never
Katie Ledecky Crosses Into the World of Pro Sports. It Feels Like Home.
Katie Ledecky was not angling to become the face of American swimming when she joined the Palisades Porpoises as a 6-year-old. Her grand goal was to make it to the other side of the 25-yard