Former Paralympic Coach Comes ‘Full Circle’ After Losing a Leg

FRISCO, Colo. – In a different world, Jon Kreamelmeyer, 75, would have been in Canada competing in the Masters World Cup of cross-country skiing last week. Instead, he was learning to navigate life with one leg. In January 2021, Kreamelmeyer, an International Paralympic Committee technical classifier who helps determine the competition class for new athletes … Read more

March Madness: What to Watch in Sunday’s Games

The first weekend of the NCAA men’s basketball tournament will wrap up on Sunday with eight games from Pittsburgh, Greenville, SC, Milwaukee and San Diego. And by the end of the night, the original 68-team field will be pared to the final 16. The remaining teams will then play Thursday in four regionals in Philadelphia … Read more

Women’s NCAA Tournament: What to Watch on Day 2

Welcome to Part 2 of the first round of the NCAA women’s tournament, with a densely packed slate of games and more than a few chances to make history. Once again, the games will be aired across ESPN’s networks as well as, in the cases of Connecticut and Tennessee’s first round games, on ABC (at … Read more

NCAA Tournament: What to Watch as Second Round Begins

The first round of the NCAA men’s basketball tournament included many upsets. A No. 2 seed, Kentucky, and two No. 5 seeds, Iowa and Connecticut, fell on Thursday, and on Saturday the teams that pulled off those surprising wins will be back on the court. Eight second-round games will take place in Buffalo; Indianapolis; Fort … Read more

Women’s March Madness: What to Watch on Day 2

Welcome to Part 2 of the first round of the NCAA women’s tournament, with a densely packed slate of games and more than a few chances to make history. Once again, the games will be aired across ESPN’s networks as well as, in the cases of Connecticut and Tennessee’s first round games, on ABC (at … Read more

Justin Verlander Thinks He Can Win 300 Games

JUPITER, Fla. – Last to work 250 innings, next to earn 300 wins. That would be a fitting shorthand for the career of Justin Verlander, who has no plans to slow down any time soon. Verlander took the mound for the Houston Astros in Jupiter, Fla., On Friday in his first competitive start since opening … Read more