For 45 years, the Flying Fathers entertained crowds while raising money for charity. And now ... they're back.
Universal Pictures used a basketball team to promote its movies. Then, that team earned the right to represent the U.S. at the 1936 Olympics.
Some South Korean players resented the addition of North Koreans for the 2018 Winter Games ... at first.
As a girl, Lata Brandisová dreamed of competing in the Grand Pardubice, the world's most dangerous horse race. Years later, she did.
Jon Dorenbos played in the NFL and may be even more impressive as a magician. But he came to both magic and football through tragedy.
Grant Newsome was starting at left tackle for the University of Michigan. A single play changed everything.
The Senators' ballpark was just two miles from the White House, but Teddy Roosevelt never went to a game. So baseball officials tried to woo the president...
Sid Luckman led the Chicago Bears to four championships and was a national celebrity. But he harbored a dark family secret.
Zeke Cook took a semester away from Penn State to treat his severe depression. That's when he got a new running partner ... a donkey named Sherman.
Sports columnist Leigh Montville experienced ESPN for the first time in April of 1981. The 24/7 coverage held him captive.
Most people knew boxer Joe Frazier by his powerful left hook and his bitter rivalry with Muhammad Ali. But there’s a lot more to the story.
Jill Heinerth is one of the most accomplished cave divers in the world. But she and her crew were in danger when they explored Antarctica's B-15 iceberg.
The Clinton Administration attempted to resolve the 1994 MLB strike. It didn't work.
As an Army Reservist, Pete Rose wasn't too keen on going to Vietnam. Until he got a chance to go there with a baseball legend.
Andre Iguodala had started every game in his first 10 NBA seasons. In Year 11, Steve Kerr asked him to come off the bench. It was a tough adjustment.
Tom Seaver was suffering from Lyme disease when his old teammates visited in 2017. Not long after, they'd learn about a more serious diagnosis.
Major League Baseball player Dale Berra had used cocaine on and off for 12 years. Then his dad, Yogi, intervened.
John Urschel left the NFL in 2017 to focus on his doctorate in mathematics at MIT.
After the September 11 terrorist attacks, former Illinois State Senator William Marovitz drove from Omaha to Chicago with Cubs legend Ernie Banks.
Wright Thompson and his dad watched the 1986 Masters together. At first, he didn't understand all that it meant.