We caught up with NFL superstar DeMarcus Ware for an interview, and he almost got away without discussing football.
The broadcaster tells us a four team College Football Playoff is not enough.
The “First Lady” of drag racing discusses her spectacular NHRA career, her role as a pioneer and the 60th annual U.S. Nationals.
One of snowboarding’s best talks about her summer, her favorite trick and her new website.
The superstar talks Summer Slam, family, football and if he’s ready to be the face of WWE.
What to make of Rob Gronkowski, the biggest first round gamble and the Las Vegas event fantasy managers can’t miss.
Defending ASP and U.S. Open Champ, Carissa Moore, talks to CraveOnline about the Hall of Fame, Surf City and what keeps her motivated.
Marriage, rodeo flips, memorable heats and the quest for his first ASP title.
The skateboarding sensation talks the current state of skateboarding, the business side of the sport and what changed his life.
The 31-year-old Cannondale cyclist chats about the 23-day event, working with one of cycling’s top companies and more.
The U.S. Open champ talks music, his favorite surfing spot and hobbies out of the water.
The “swagger-iffic” Panthers captain took the time to sit down for a brief chat about his endeavors on and off the field.
The hyperactive fantasy ambassador dishes his words of wisdom in prep for drafts this summer.
The Hawaii native talks about what it takes to become a great surfer while becoming a new brand ambassador.
The recognizable athlete discusses leaving L.A., his BMX run and getting a sneak peak at Harley Davidson’s newest motorcycle.
The co-host of the hit series gives a sneak peak at new episodes, the Stig’s identity and more.
The former winner explains how he prepares, what he likes most about Indy and what it’s been like to be a part of the Target Chip Ganassi Racing team.
Fred Topel talks with two of the real life characters about the upcoming baseball movie based on their true story.
Along with bandmate Gene Simmons, the legendary rockers are now co-owners of their own pro football team.
The new indie film is hitting Tribeca with possibly the most unathletic cast in sports movie history — which is why it’s perfect.