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Airspeeder: Motor racing series aims to be the Formula One of the skies

Airspeeder is the new racing series that takes the excitement of Formula One to the skies.

US soccer star Megan Rapinoe says she's 'not going to the f*****g White House' if the women's team wins the World Cup

American women's soccer co-captain Megan Rapinoe has no plans to go to the White House if the national team is invited. CNN's Andy Scholes reports.

US soccer star Megan Rapinoe says she's 'not going to the f*****g White House' if the women's team wins the World Cup

Megan Rapinoe knelt during the national anthem before her team's clash with the Chicago Red Stars in a show of solidarity with San Francisco 49ers' quarterback Colin Kaepernick.

Naomi Osaka rallies again at French Open, this time against Azarenka

Venus and Serena Williams have won a combined 30 grand slam singles titles but their beginnings were humble, as their father Richard Williams told CNN.

Martin Fuchs clinches double GCT victory in Cascais

Swiss showjumper Martin Fuchs did the double in Cascais, winning both the Longines Global Champions Tour Grand Prix and the GCL with London Knights.

Pat Vellner aiming to overthrow 'CrossFit King' Mat Fraser

Canadian Patrick Vellner is the second fittest man on the planet, but does the chiropractor student think he can take down Mat Fraser at CrossFit Games?

'No más': The two words that broke boxing great Roberto Duran

Boxing legend Roberto Durán infamously quit a fight against Sugar Ray Leonard, reportedly saying "no más". A new documentary looks at his life.

Viv Richards: England gave Jofra Archer 'all the respect' he deserves

Two-time World Cup winner and cricket legend Viv Richards speaks to CNN's James Masters about the West Indies' chances to win, India and England.

Royal Ascot 2019: A summer spectacle with the royal seal of approval

Royal Ascot is an icon on the British sporting and cultural calendar. It's a mix of world-class horse racing, fashion and high society.

Peder Fredricson clinches home win at first Global Champions Tour in Stockholm

Peder Fredricson saved the best for last as he clinched the first ever Longines Global Champions Tour (LGCT) on home soil in Stockholm.

Gary Woodland wins 119th US Open, his first major title

Gary Woodland outlasts Brooks Koepka to win his first major championship

Toronto Raptors fans willed first NBA title success 'into existence'

Canadians are celebrating after the Toronto Raptors defeated the Golden State Warriors to clinch their first ever NBA championship. CNN's Paula Newton visits the Ontario hometown of the man who invented the sport.

Tiger Woods' 10-year plan to surpass Jack Nicklaus

The 119th U.S Open tees off at one of the most iconic courses anywhere in the world. Players say "it's more beautiful in person than I could've imagined."

Sex, drugs and soccer: Diego Maradona film shines light on Napoli years

In a new documentary by Oscar-winning director Asif Kapadia, soccer star Diego Maradona goes on the record about the highs and lows of his turbulent career.

How the Rugby World Cup has brought hope to one Japanese City

The Japanese city of Kamaishi was devastated by a tsunami in 2011, but the Rugby World Cup has offered a lifeline for local residents.

Hope Solo says Team USA coach Jill Ellis 'cracks under the pressure'

The United States women's soccer team gets energy and motivation from fans of a particular, unique congregation: The American Outlaws.

San Antonio Spurs point guard Dejounte Murray surprised his brother with a car for graduation

See the moment when San Antonio Spurs point guard Dejounte Murray surprises his younger brother with a Dodge Challenger as a graduation gift.

Christiane Endler: As well as stopping goals, Chile keeper is opening doors for other women

PSG and Chile goalkeeper Christiane Endler has come a long way to make the FIFA Women's World Cup - fighting for women's football and starting schools.

Niels Bruynseels clinches first Global Champions win in Cannes

Belgian Niels Bruynseels triumphed at the Longines Global Champions Tour Cannes Grand Prix over Scott Brash to win his first ever LGCT title.

England v Scotland: Women's World Cup set to host one of the biggest rivalries in sport

England National Women's Team star, Lucy Bronze, 1-On-1 around the forthcoming 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup in France.

The inspirational footballers helping to change perceptions

We asked female footballers, from World Cup winners to amateurs, to send videos from a day in their lives to show how women around the world live the game.

Volocopter: The world's first flying taxi, coming to the sky near you soon

It might look like something from a futuristic sci-fi movie -- but the Volocopter is launching next year.

Simona Halep crashes out to teen Amanda Anisimova at French Open

Simona Halep was humbled by teenager Amanda Anisimova in their rain-delayed quarterfinal at Roland Garros.

Who is Amanda Anisimova, the 17-year-old who stunned French Open champion Simona Halep?

17-year-old American Amanda Anisimova reached the French Open semifinals after knocking out defending champion and world No. 3 Simona Halep 6-2 6-4 in Paris.

'An inspiration for all fat people': Tyson Fury praises Andy Ruiz Jr.

Former heavyweight champion Tyson Fury talks to CNN about his future, his weight and battles with mental health ahead of his fight against Tom Schwartz.

Top trainer Bob Baffert: 'Once horses get in your blood, you can't get out'

Bob Baffert is one of the most successful horse trainers in the business and has trained two Triple Crown winners: American Pharoah and Justify.

Gianni Infantino reelected unopposed as FIFA president

CNN speaks exclusively to FIFA Secretary General Fatma Samoura about her journey from the UN to FIFA, culminating in this year's FIFA Women's World Cup.

'Keep your head cool': Danielle Goldstein on the secrets of her success

Showjumper Danielle Goldstein is a rising star on the Longines Global Champions Tour along with horse Lizziemary. She tells CNN the secrets of her success.

Kawhi Leonard sues Nike over his personal logo

Toronto Raptors star Kawhi Leonard has filed a lawsuit against Nike over a personal logo that Leonard says ha designed and Nike fraudulently copyrighted.

Daniel Deusser wins LGCT Hamburg, takes first place on tour

German favorite Daniel Deusser won the sixth round of the Longines Global Champions Tour in Hamburg on Saturday.

Footballer Neymar denies rape allegations

Brazilian football star Neymar da Silva denied rape allegations Sunday, publishing texts and photos he said prove he was set up, and his representative claimed he was the victim of attempted extortion.

Israel Folau likens dispute with Rugby Australia to 'the way Satan works'

Meet the Maccabi USA rugby team breaking stereotypes around Jewish athletes

Champions League final: Thousands flock to Madrid -- but can they get a ticket?

With Liverpool looking to win the Champions League for the first time since 2005, CNN sits down with the mastermind of that famous win, Rafa Benitez.

Champions League final: Thousands flock to Madrid -- but can they get a ticket?

It's one thing to soak up the atmosphere in Madrid, it's quite another to try and find an available ticket to attend the Liverpool Tottenham UCL final.

Naomi Osaka can emulate Serena Williams, says Pat Cash

Wimbledon winner and Open Court host Pat Cash says why he thinks two-time grand slam winner Naomi Osaka has the talent to become the new Serena Williams.

Champions League final: Wenger says 'fear factor' avoidance key for Tottenham and Liverpool

Former Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger says a 'fear factor' could prove costly to Liverpool or Tottenham in the Champions League final in Madrid.

'Give and take': Jessica Springsteen on the secrets of her success

Miami Celtics rider Jessica Springsteen talks about her showjumping career, the Miami Celtics and her father - rock legend Bruce Springsteen.

NFL star J.J. Watt announces engagement to soccer player Kealia Ohai

Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt announced that he is engaged to Houston Dash soccer player Kealia Ohai.

Art Briles to coach high school football 3 years after he was fired over Baylor sexual assault scandal

Art Briles, the former Baylor University football coach who was ousted in May 2016 amid a sexual assault scandal involving some team players, will return to the sidelines this fall as the head coach of a Texas high school football team.

Nico Rosberg: 'When Mercedes come, they come to win'

Mercedes will join Formula E from next season -- and they're coming to win.

PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi charged with corruption

Paris Saint-Germain goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon tells CNN about the importance of his hands to his craft and talks about his career and life lessons.

Entering rugby's 'dark places:' how England sevens team trains at the limits

Rugby sevens players are some of the fittest athletes in the world. How do they get that way? CNN went to find out.

World's first virtual sports anchor to debut at ice hockey world champs

Sweden ice hockey coach Rikard Grönborg is doubling up as a virtual sports anchor during this year's world championships.

FIFA Secretary General: Players should 'step out of the field' if racially abused

FIFA Secretary General Fatma Samoura told CNN that the strongest message players can send to fans who are racially abusing them is to walk off the field.

Raheem Sterling on racist abuse: 'This is more than just about football'

Bleacher Report talks to Raheem Sterling and City fan Ethan Ross about racial abuse and how to fight back from these issues.

International football's concussion protocols 'are the worst in the world'

World football players' union FIFPro has started an initiative to improve concussion awareness and treatment in football matches.

Niki Lauda: Three-time Formula One champion dead at 70

Three-time Formula One champion Niki Lauda, who recovered from a near-fatal accident to become one of motor racing's greatest drivers, has died aged 70, according to Reuters.

Bodexpress ran the entire Preakness without his jockey

John Velazquez, jockey to horse Bodexpress, speaks about being thrown off right out of the gate in this memorable Preakness Stakes race.

'We can live or we can die': How cricket redefined a war-torn nation

Cricket was banned in Afghanistan by the Taliban in the 1990s. Two decades later, the sport has redefined the nation and given hope to its people.

Brooks Koepka clinches fourth major at PGA Championship

Brooks Koepka holds on to win the PGA Championship by two strokes to claim his fourth Major title. He speaks to Don Riddell about his major record.

Martin Fuchs and Chaplin earn double victory in LGCT Madrid

Martin Fuchs sealed a double in Madrid as the Longines Global Champions Tour for the world's top showjumpers hit Europe for the first time this season.

Donald Trump has golf scores hacked on handicap account

President Donald Trump's golf scores have been hacked on his handicap account, United States Golf Association confirmed to CNN sports.

Ada Hegerberg: Why 'shaking things up' is more important than playing at Women's World Cup

Lyon's dominance in the women's game is unparalleled. CNN visited the French city to hear from key figures at the club about how the team has evolved into a global powerhouse.

Ada Hegerberg: Why 'shaking things up' is more important than playing at Women's World Cup

After clinching French title, Olympique Lyon star Ada Hegerberg faces FC Barcelona at the Women's Champions League final on May 18, 2019.

Rahul Bose: Indian movie star on his one true passion -- rugby

Actor and director Rahul Bose, who used to play for the Indian national team, has been a poster boy for the country's rugby ambitions

Tiger Woods launches quest for 16th major in US PGA at Bethpage Black

Two-time Masters champion Bubba Watson chats with CNN's Don Riddell about Tiger Woods' incredible Masters win in 2019 and his comeback to top-level golf.

Manchester City celebrates Premier League title with impromptu Noel Gallagher gig

Manchester City won their 2nd Premier League in a row, extending Liverpool's 29-year drought for a league title. Mark Bolton has more on City's path.

Is this the greatest Champions League season of all time?

From Ajax's amazing adventure to the crazy comebacks completed by English finalists Liverpool and Tottenham, European football expert James Horncastle makes his compelling case for an utterly memorable 2018/19 UCL campaign

'I want a full life': Anthony Joshua reveals his biggest fear and future ambitions

World heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua tells Don Riddell about his rough past and how he doesn't wish to harm his opponents too much in his fights.

Formula E: Can Monaco magic a ninth different winner in "fantastic" season?

With eight different winners in the first eight races of the season, Formula E is setting the pace for the most exciting motorsport season ever.

Liverpool defy the odds against Barcelona with help from a 'special' Anfield

CNN Sport's Amanda Davies reflects on an historical night in Anfield when Liverpool came back to beat Barcelona 4-0 to make the 2019 Champions League Final

Forget A to B, electric cars can now get you from London to Paris

Is it possible to drive an electric car from London to Paris on a single battery charge? CNN Supercharged's Nicki Shields put it to the test.

Goldstein soars to win in Shanghai leg of Global Champions Tour

Danielle Goldstein became the first female winner in Shanghai when the Longines Global Champions Tour visited China

Kentucky Derby 'wide open,' says champion trainer Bob Baffert

The Kentucky Derby, the first leg of the Triple Crown, is a American sporting and cultural icon.

Daniel Jacobs faces the fight of his career against Canelo Alvarez

After having won the biggest fight of his life by overcoming cancer, Daniel Jacobs now faces the biggest fight of his career in the form of Canelo Alvarez.

'It was a no brainer': Bubba Watson on using CBD products in golf

2-time Masters champion claims cannabidiol use for health reasons, and has been speaking to CNN World Sport's Don Riddell about the topic

Mo Salah: I am "absolutely" not a diver

Mo Salah hits back at accusations which have labeled him as a diver this season.

Bonebreaking, horseback archery, scrummaging: How rugby came to Mongolia

With its long history of combat sports, Mongolia is hoping to be a breeding ground for future rugby stars.

Tennis star Sloane Stephens said 'forever yes' to soccer player Jozy Altidore

Tennis star Sloan Stephens and soccer player Jozy Altidore announce their engagement after three years of dating.

Claressa Shields: Boxing champion on Flint, food, and being the 'greatest woman'

Claressa Shields, recently crowned the undisputed middleweight world champion, reflects on her rise to the top and how she aims to inspire other women

Pieter Devos wins Miami Beach leg of Global Champions Tour

Miami Celtics win the team competition of the third leg of the Longines Global Champions Tour, while Pieter Devos takes the LGCT Grand Prix title.

Pita Taufatofua, known as the shirtless Tongan, is aiming for his 3rd Olympics in 2020 -- this time in 2 sports

Pita Taufatofua, is aiming to qualify for the 2020 Summer Games in Tokyo in a new sport, as he told CNN World Sport's Amanda Davies

Jaguar hopes to capitalize on historic victory with Formula E title

FIA president Jean Todt says having iconic cities like Paris on the calendar is the 'cherry on the cake' for Formula E.

Global Champions Tour Miami: The secrets behind show jumping's gem

The Longines Global Champions Tour came to Miami and built a stadium by the beach

The former sportscaster accusing NBA coach Luke Walton of sexual assault says she was scared to tell her story

Former sports reporter Kelli Tennant, who has accused newly appointed Sacramento Kings head coach Luke Walton of sexual assault, says she was scared to report the incident.

NBA head coach Luke Walton accused in lawsuit of sexual assault

A former sports reporter claims that Sacramento Kings head coach Luke Walton forced himself on her in 2016.

Is social media making this generation of sports stars the 'loneliest' ever?

Dr. Tiffany Jones and CNN Sports' Coy Wire discuss athletes' use of social media and the negative impact it can have on their lives.

Boxing 'shooting itself in the foot', says Dana White

UFC President Dana White talks to Patrick Snell about Conor McGregor and the state of boxing, including Anthony Joshua, Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury.

The artist using NBA star James Harden's beard as inspiration

Designer and illustrator Filip Peraic does not fear The Beard, so he decided to make unique drawings and designs of James Harden as an art project.

Competitors battle dizzying heights in Cliff Diving World Series

The Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series is the world's premier cliff diving competition. Seven events are used to crown the best divers in the world.

Jerome Guery wins Mexico City leg of Global Champions Tour

The 2019 Longines Global Champions Tour and Global Champions League arrived in Mexico City where Jerome Guery took the LGCT Grand Prix in style.

Tiger Woods seals fifth Masters title and 15th major

2019 Masters champ Tiger Woods completed arguably the greatest sporting comeback of all time as he put on the green jacket for the 5th time in his career.

Tiger Woods seals fifth Masters title and 15th major

Tiger Woods clinched his fifth Masters and 15th major title to seal one of the greatest comeback stories in sport after overcoming career-threatening back problems. CNN's Don Riddell reports.

How to watch the Masters online

The Masters tournament in Augusta, Georgia is one of the most popular events in professional golf, where the victor is honored with the coveted 'green jacket'.

Techeetah partner DS road tests its futuristic supercar in China

DS Techeetah unveiled its DS X E-TENSE, an electric supercar like no other.

Dwyane Wade's Budweiser ad is a tearjerker

Budweiser's emotional advertisement reminds everyone that Dwyane Wade, who is completing his final season, has had an impact off the court that's been just as profound as his game on the court.

Dwyane Wade: 'You did us proud,' Barack Obama tells NBA star

Miami Heat legend Dwyane Wade is closing out his 16-year career in 2019 and takes a look back at his stellar career with CNN.

Magic Johnson leaves Lakers front office job

Magic Johnson, the beloved former point guard behind five world titles for the Los Angeles Lakers, announced he was quitting as the team's president of basketball operations.

Virginia's redemption tour is complete, wins its first NCAA men's basketball national title

Virginia junior guard Kyle Guy talks to CNN's Andy Scholes after being named the NCAA Final Four's Most Outstanding Player for his contributions to help the Cavaliers win their first national championship.

Golfer Arie Irawan, 28, dies in hotel room

Malaysian golfer Arie Irawan died in his hotel room aged 28 while competing at a tournament in China, with "early indications" suggesting it was due to natural causes.

NCAA men's Final Four: Virginia, Texas Tech advance to the title game

Auburn fans were feeling defeated after some tough calls didn't go their way against Virginia

UNC women's basketball coach made racially offensive remarks, report says

Sylvia Hatchell, the University of North Carolina's celebrated women's basketball coach, made racially offensive remarks to her players, according to a report from the Washington Post.

Pep Guardiola talks tactics: 'When the ball is at your feet, the ball is yours'

Man City boss Pep Guardiola hands out expert tactical advice at a training session for Sunday League team Kitchener FC.

Football fan exhumes grandad's skull to celebrate team's historic win

A fan of Argentine football club Racing dug up his grandfather's skull to celebrate winning the league title for the third time since 1966.

How CrossFit star Sara Sigmundsdottir dealt with a broken bone on the biggest stage

Sara Sigmundsdottir is one of the biggest stars in CrossFit, but a rib injury in the 2018 CrossFit Games caused her to take a nightmare decision.

Tottenham opens $1.3 billion stadium in London with win

At a cost of approximately $1.3 billion, ​Tottenham Hotspur's new stadium will seat 62,000 and will boast the largest single tiered stand in the UK

UNC women's basketball coaching staff put on leave

The University of North Carolina women's basketball coaching staff has been placed on paid administrative leave due to "issues raised by student-athletes and others," according to the school's athletics department. CNN's Brynn Gingras reports.

UNC women's basketball coaching staff put on leave

The University of North Carolina women's basketball coaching staff has been placed on paid administrative leave due to "issues raised by student-athletes and others," according to the school's athletics department.

Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski announces retirement

New England Patriots' tight end Rob "Gronk" Gronkowski has announced his retirement from the NFL on his Instagram page.

Dubai World Cup: The richest race day returns with $35 million prize purse

The Dubai World Cup is the richest race meeting on the planet and a highlight of Dubai's sporting and social calendar.

Why Lionel Messi is the world's best player

Leading sports scientist Simon Brundish crunches the numbers on Lionel Messi, explaining why the Barcelona forward is the best player in the world

Raheem Sterling and Gareth Southgate want action on racist abuse in Montenegro

Football journalist Darren Lewis is "not shocked" by the racist chanting directed at England during its Euro 2020 qualifying win in Montenegro.

The Haka: What it means and how it's performed

Pupils from New Zealand's Auckland Grammar School practice their version of the Haka, the ceremonial art form famously performed by the All Blacks.

Controversial mixed martial arts star Conor McGregor announces his retirement

Mixed martial arts fighter Conor McGregor has announced his retirement from the sport, posting the news on his Twitter account.

Jean-Eric Vergne ends pointless run with victory at Sanya ePrix

The unpredictable start to the Formula E season continued in Sanya as the sixth race brought a sixth different winner.

Mikaela Shiffrin on learning to ignore social media 'haters'

US skiing star Mikaela Shiffrin discusses social media trolls and how its impossible to make everybody happy.

Gran Premio Latinoamericano: The Champions League of horse racing

The Gran Premio Latinoamericano is Latin America's top race and its most unique - it changes its rules depending on its location, which changes yearly.

Electric car driver travels 90,000km in three years as strangers pay his way

Wiebe Wakker left his Dutch home in March 2016 with no money in his pocket on his way to Australia. The only thing he had? His electric car.

Tayla Harris: How 'repulsive' social media comments sparked outrage in Australia

Tayla Harris, a star Australian footballer, says comments on a photo of her captured in the air having kicked the first goal of a game were "sexual abuse."

'Hardest decision': Ski ace Marcel Hirscher mulls retirement

Austrian Marcel Hirscher has sealed a record eighth straight World Cup overall crown, but retirement is on his mind.

Mikaela Shiffrin seals stellar season with 60th career win

US ski star Mikaela Shiffrin won a record 17 races in an all-conquering season on skiing's World Cup circuit.

Mexico's 'green gold': The company powering cars with cactus juice

Since 2015, Michoacan-based clean energy company Nopalimex has used prickly pear cactus to make biofuel for vehicles: Mexico's "Green Gold."

Who needs a ski lift when you can use a Zeppelin?

Keen to experience a unique form of air travel, three Austrian daredevils came up with the concept of Zeppelin-skiing: taking an airship to go free skiing.

World Cup 2022: FIFA says 48-team tournament 'feasible'

AS Roma Fnatic is one of the best FIFA esports teams in the world, but what is the key to their success? It might be the world's first FIFA gaming house.

'The carpet was pulled from under me': Dafydd James on fighting depression

Dafydd James is a former Wales rugby star and opens up about his struggles transitioning to life post-rugby and the mental health issues he is battling.

US Soccer stars 'confident' of winning gender discrimination lawsuit

The Unites States' women's soccer team will "fight until the end" in its battle for equality, says one of the team's stars Megan Rapinoe.

'Players aren't safe': Is British football returning to dark days of hooliganism?

After a Sunday featuring two pitch invaders assaulting footballers, Alex Thomas asks Mark Bolton: what should be done about these incidents in soccer?

Edoardo Mortara wins controversial Hong Kong E Prix

There was high drama in the Hong Kong E Prix as eight cars fail to finish and initial race winner Sam Bird gets demoted.

US women's soccer team members sue US Soccer for gender discrimination

Members of the US women's national soccer team filed a federal class-action lawsuit against the US Soccer Federation citing gender discrimination, according to court documents.

'Just crazy': How it felt to win the Mexico ePrix on the line

Lucas di Grassi reviews the thrilling finale to the Mexico ePrix alongside Nicki Shields.

'Just crazy': How it felt to win the Mexico ePrix on the line

Lucas di Grassi pipped Pascal Wehrlein in a photo finish in arguably the most thrilling ePrix ever.

Andy Murray says he's 'pain free' after hip surgery

Three-time grand slam winner Andy Murray says the hip surgery he underwent earlier this year means he is now "pain free" ahead of his final games as a pro.

100kg of chicken, 30kg of potatoes -- the secrets to fueling a sports team

Omar Meziane has cooked for England's football, cricket and rowing teams, and now, he's bringing his trade to Harlequins Rugby Club.

'Jews to the gas': The anti-Semitism shaming Dutch soccer

Dutch giant Ajax is not only known for its four European Cups, but also as a "Jewish club." Amid rising anti-Semitism, their "Super Jews" keep on singing.

World Rugby official could quit if Pacific Islands excluded from new league

World Rugby vice-chairman Agustin Pichot says he would quit his position if the likes of Fiji and Samoa are excluded from a new global competition.

Global Champions 2019: Schedule and results

Frenchman Julien Epaillard edged out defending champion Ben Maher by a whisker to win the first leg of the Longines Global Champions Tour in Doha.

Wayne Rooney hails 'fantastic' Solskjaer and says he is surprised by MLS's 'quality'

Former Manchester United forward Wayne Rooney talks to CNN about his move to America and if his new team, DC United, can challenge for the MLS title.

How a painting helped Gianluigi Buffon cope with depression

PSG keeper Gianluigi Buffon is a legend on the pitch, but he's also an art lover and he spent a day with CNN at the Musée d'Orsay to talk about his life.

The incredible rise of Atlanta United

Atlanta United FC has witnessed an incredible rise. Joining the MLS in 2017, it won its first MLS Cup in its second season and the future seems bright.

Rugby World Cup: Remembering the shock of the century

The National High School Rugby tournament in Hanazono is where the country's finest talent goes to Osaka to battle it out to be number one in the country.

Skijöring: The sport combining skis, snow and thoroughbred racehorses

Skijoring is the sport where a horse drags a skier around a course in a race. If you want a go, this is your official CNN how-to guide.

Laslo Djere wins first ATP Tour title, dedicates victory to his late parents

Serbian tennis player Laslo Djere told CNN he pictured his late parents "sitting in the first row up there" cheering him on to his first ATP title.

Formula E a welcome wake-up call for Mahindra racer Pascal Wehrlein

Despite being just three races into his Formula E career, Mahindra's Pascal Wehrlein has never been far from the headlines.

Kepa Arrizabalaga: Has $92.8 million goalkeeper fatally undermined Maurizio Sarri?

Alex Thomas chats with Mark Bolton and Carl Anka about Chelsea keeper Kepa Arrizabalaga and his decision to ignore Maurizio Sarri in the League Cup final.

'If he slips, he falls. If he falls, he dies' -- Climbing 3,000 feet without ropes

Alex Honnold was the first man to ever scale El Capitan without ropes. Now, his achievement is featured in the 2019 Oscar-winning documentary, "Free Solo."

Europa League: Zenit St. Petersburg's fiery welcome

Modern football fans are often accused of not showing passion for their teams. Clearly, no one told FC Zenit fans, who gave their team a fiery welcome.

White Turf: Horse racing with a touch of frost

Over three weekends in February, St. Moritz plays host to an international horse festival, featuring oysters, champagne, racing on snow and skijoring.

Zion Williamson injury: Should he stop playing in the NCAA?

Duke basketball's star player Zion Williamson left a game against North Carolina with an injury after breaking through his Nike sneaker less than a minute into the rivalry game.

'It's Pele' -- Arsene Wenger recalls seeing Kylian Mbappe play for first time

Former Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger has joined the growing list of Mbappé admirers, telling CNN, "When I saw Mbappé for the first time I said - it's Pelé"

Caster Semenya needs to be treated fairly, says US Olympic great Ed Moses

Two-time Olympic Champion Edwin Moses has told CNN that "sport has had its head in the ground" over the issue of hypoandrogenism.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic: 'Now I just go out on the field and dominate'

LA Galaxy forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic reflects on his movie-like move to the MLS and talks about the importance of his tattoos.

Matt Kuchar says he'll apologize to caddie and pay remainder of the $50,000 he requested

Pro golfer Matt Kuchar originally defended the $5,000 he paid his fill-in caddie after winning $1,296,000 at the Mayakoba Classic in Mexico, but issued a new statement saying he'll make the rest of the $50,000 payment that caddie David Ortiz requested.

Rugby World Cup: Remembering the shock of the century

Japan captain Michael Leitch thinks his team's chances of progressing to the Rugby World Cup quarterfinals is "very high."

Rugby World Cup: Remembering the shock of the century

When fans think of Japanese rugby, they think of the 34-32 win against South Africa. But there's much more to the tale, starting with a rout in 1995.

Rugby World Cup: Remembering the shock of the century

Japan rugby fan Daisuke Komura was moved to tears when his country beat South Africa at the World Cup -- as happy a day, he says, as when his son was born.

Sam Bird ready to soar in Mexico City after dream start to season

The 2019 season of the all-electric motorsport Formula E moves onto Mexico City this weekend for the fourth race of the season.

Appie Nouri: 'You never know how good he could have been,' says Danny Blind

Ajax legend Danny Blind speaks to CNN about the life and tragic incident involving Ajax talent Abdelhak "Appie" Nouri.

Mikaela Shiffrin: Lead singer or backing vocals? High heels or sneakers?

US skiing star Mikaela Shiffrin answers the hottest questions: quiet night in or big night out? Money or fame? Olympic gold or World Cup overall title?

Mikaela Shiffrin: Lead singer or backing vocals? High heels or sneakers?

Watch skiing superstar Mikaela Shiffrin take on the CNN Alpine Edge quickfire challenge.

From Cruyff to de Ligt: The evolution of Ajax's $500 million football factory

Ajax produces more pros in Europe's top leagues than any other club, CNN goes behind the scenes at the club's academy, 'De Toekomst,' to find out more.

Matthijs de Ligt: Ajax's latest homegrown hero

With stars like Barcelona-bound Frenkie de Jong and 19-year-old captain Matthijs de Ligt, people are describing this as the best Ajax team since the '90s.

How Johan Cruyff and Ajax thought 'outside the box' to reach the top

They're one of football's most successful clubs - the home of Johan Cruyff and revered for being the birthplace of "Total Football". Welcome to Ajax.

Neymar absence could be 'big problem' for PSG, warns Gianluigi Buffon

Paris Saint-Germain keeper Gianluigi Buffon speaks to Becky Anderson about Neymar being out of PSG's clash with Manchester United and his PSG future.

From slums to sevens, Kenya's rugby Lionesses defy odds

Kenyan rugby player Diana Awino gives CNN World Rugby a tour through Kibera in Nairobi, the largest urban slum in Africa and the place she calls home.

Frank Robinson, Hall of Fame baseball player who was first black manager in MLB, dies at 83

President George W. Bush awards Frank Robinson, the Hall of Fame baseball player and first black manager in the MLB, the Medal of Freedom.

Mhlengi Gwala: A gruesome chainsaw attack, to dreams of Paralympic gold

Mhlengi Gwala might not be at the front of the pack, but he's still out there putting work and has his sights set on the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics

Morocco in the fast lane with world's largest concentrated solar farm

Built on an area the size of more than 3,500 football pitches, Noor Ouarzazate in Morocco is the world's biggest concentrated solar power farm.

Wayne Rooney: 'I can still play in the Premier League'

Wayne Rooney talks about the Premier League and possible coaches for his old squad, Manchester United.

Bahrain soccer player detained in Thailand to spend another two months in jail

Hakeem Al-Araibi, the refugee soccer player who is fighting extradition from Thailand, will remain in jail for a another 60 days as he prepares a defense against Bahrain's extradition request.

New England Patriots win Super Bowl LIII for 6th title

The New England Patriots are Super Bowl champions, defeating the Los Angeles Rams 13-3 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta.

The Patriots' latest Super Bowl challenger is the Rams, in a 2002 Super Bowl rematch

Ahead of the Super Bowl, Dr. Tiffany Jones stops by World Sport to give insight on what is going through the players' heads and what they can do to control the nerves.

Kickers sometimes are an afterthought, but they are key to Super Bowl success

Meet the NFL Hall of Fame legend Jan Stenerud, who moved from Norway to the US, and didn't just win a Super Bowl, but left a legacy as regards the role of the field goal kicker.

Kickers sometimes are an afterthought, but they are key to Super Bowl success

Atlanta Falcons kicker Matt Bryant show HInes Ward and Coy Wire how to kick a field goal.

Kickers sometimes are an afterthought, but they are key to Super Bowl success

Atlanta Falcons' kicker Matt Bryant shares what it takes to be a successful kicker in the NFL.

Qatar stuns Japan to win Asian Cup

Qatar unexpectedly defeated Japan 3-1 in the final of the Asian Cup.

Lindsey Vonn to retire after World Championships this month

Skiing great Lindsey Vonn has announced that she will retire in February after the World Ski Championships in Åre, Sweden​.

Extreme E to deliver 'Blue Planet meets Dakar Rally'

From the makers of Formula E comes "Extreme E", where electric SUVs compete in some of the world's most inhospitable climates for environmentalism.

Billy Vunipola: England rugby star on family fighting, injury setbacks, and his World Cup 'dream'

England star Billy Vunipola talks about the challenges of moving to the UK as a child and how his rivalry with his brother inspired his love for rugby.

C.J. Anderson was helping children before Rams called him for Super Bowl run

Los Angeles Rams running back and former Super Bowl champion C.J. Anderson talks with CNN's Coy Wire about preparing for the game of a lifetime, Super Bowl LIII.

Roger Goodell on blown Saints call: 'Our officials are human'

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell defended a controversial call in the last quarter of the NFC Championship, saying NFL officials are still human.

A media member asked Bill Belichick for a selfie during his Super Bowl press conference

During a Super Bowl press conference, a credentialed member of the media asked Patriots head coach Bill Belichick if he would take a selfie with him. As expected, the request didn't go over well.

Qatar takes bragging rights in 'blockade derby' at Asian Cup

Qatar and the UAE face off in the AFC Asian Cup semifinals in the first match between the nations since their political dispute began.

Kitzbuhel: Why Arnie can't miss skiing's bucket-list party

Hear how Kitzbuhel's infamous Hahnenkamm downhill has become skiing's scariest race.

Lights, cameras, questions: Super Bowl week in Atlanta kicks off with Opening Night

Coy Wire asks players from this year's Super Bowl what they were doing 17 years ago when Tom Brady won his first Lombardi Trophy in 2002

Arnold Schwarzenegger: Why Trump is 'wrong' on climate change

Actor and former governor of California Arnold Schwarzenegger tells CNN that climate change is an issue that US President Donald Trump is "wrong" about.

'Off Piste' movie chronicles avalanche deaths of two US Olympic hopefuls

In January 2015, Ronnie Berlack & Bryce Astle were training with the US Ski Team in Solden, Austria. While freeskiing off-piste, the snow suddenly shifted.

Japanese sponsor accused of 'whitewashing' tennis star Naomi Osaka

One of Naomi Osaka's Japanese sponsors has apologized after releasing an advertisement which has been widely accused of "whitewashing" the tennis star's skin tone.

Antonio Felix Da Costa back in the game after 'long time of suffering'

BMW Andretti driver Antonio Felix da Costa tells Nicki Shields about his persistence and drive in Formula E even when he struggles in getting results.

Around the World in 80 Days -- with eco twist

The Africa Eco Race isn't for the faint hearted. Eco-friendly bikes, cars and trucks race over 3,700 miles in early January.

Rugby United New York prepares for its debut season

Former England international Ben Foden discusses his new role as player-coach of Rugby United New York and why the U.S. is a sleeping giant of the sport.

Wengen's classic downhill: Skiing's oldest, longest, fastest race

The annual Lauberhorn race that takes place in Wengen is one of the most well-known events in skiing - but for one Swiss man, it was more than just a race.

Mikaela Shiffrin: 'I'd rather be hunting than hunted' in ski career

As the alpine skiing World Cup rolled into Cortina d'Ampezzo in Italy this weekend, there was only one name on everyone's lips: Mikaela Shiffrin.

New England Patriots will face Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl LIII

The Los Angeles Rams and New England Patriots will square off in Super Bowl LIII in Atlanta on Sunday, February 3.

Lindsey Vonn: Arthritis fear and acting with 'The Rock' drive skier's future

As she returns to competition in Cortina d'Ampezzo, Lindsey Vonn spoke exclusively to CNN on the trials of this final season and the toll it may take.

Mikaela Shiffrin wins again to continue march towards history

Her domination has forced the wider sporting world to take notice, and now Mikaela Shiffrin has done it agai...

S Korean Olympic authorities promise action after sex abuse accusations

South Korea has dominated the Olympic sport of short track speed skating for decades, but there is a dark side to that success. A KSOC report earlier this week detailed 124 assault cases in the last five years -- 16 cases of sexual violence and two coaches who abused minors.

Max Verstappen observes stewards at Marrakesh E-Prix in 'public service' duty

Red Bull F1 driver Max Verstappen has spent time away from his day job with a trip to watch the Marrakesh E-...

Tokyo 2020: Japanese Olympic chief investigated for corruption

The head of the Japanese Olympic Committee (JOC) Tsunekazu Takeda was placed under formal investigation in P...

Chelsea faces disciplinary proceedings following racist chants in Europa League

Chelsea will face disciplinary proceedings following an investigation into racist chanting during a Europa L...

S Korean Olympic authorities promise action after sex abuse accusations

South Korea's Olympic Committee has apologized to athletes who have come forward in recent weeks with abuse ...

Serena not feeling the pressure as she sails through Australian Open first round

During Serena Williams' first-round, straight-sets win over Germany's Tatjana Maria at the Australian Open, ...

Andy Murray loses Australian Open thriller to Roberto Bautista Agut

If this was the final match of Andy Murray's career, the Briton made sure his swansong was a memorable one -...

UCLA gymnast's routine stuns social media

University of California, Los Angeles, freshman gymnast Katelyn Ohashi's routine went viral on social media after she earned a perfect ten.

Conquering the sand dunes with e-bikes

Riders took on the desert sands and river oases of southern Morocco for the E-Bike Desert Challenge. Electrical bikes are a game changer for the sport.

2014 Olympic slalom champion opens up

Retired Austrian skier Mario Matt opens up about his career highlights, including his 2014 Olympic slalom gold medal, and what he's up to now.

How horses and a Krazy Kanguruh keep skiing great Mario Matt busy

Life after a glittering sports career can feel like a come down for many top athletes, but for Austrian skie...

UCLA gymnast earns perfect 10 for routine, social media flips out

Katelyn Ohashi did three backflips, landed into a split and got back up to end her floor routine as though i...

Teenager, 15, triumphs in Moroccan desert challenge -- on an e-bike

Biking on the sand is hard enough but imagine doing it for five days across the desert.This was the c...

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