2018 Ballon d'Or Ada Hegerberg talks to Christina Macfarlane about spending lockdown rehabbing her knee, equality for women's football and what anniversary plans she has with her husband.
England Women manager Phil Neville chats with Amanda Davies about the return of the Premier League on June 17, saying that he thinks the return of football will "make so many people happy."
Renault Formula One driver Daniel Ricciardo has been living his best life in lockdown on his Australia family farm. Still, Ricciardo can't wait to get back to the grid.
While lockdowns have meant people can't meet in person, dating has taken to the internet, with dates taking place over Zoom rather than in bars or restaurants. That's true for tennis star Genie Bouchard, but all in the name of charity.
The Red Room is a brand new museum dedicated to Manchester United founded by a die-hard Finnish fan from Helsinki.
Two-time Champions League winner and former AC Milan goalkeeper Dida tells CNN about the hurt the 2005 Champions League final brought to the Italian squad and reflects on how sweet the 2007 win was.
As sports slowly but surely start to return, four legends of their game will tee off in Florida on Sunday, to help make an impact on many of the communities affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. Golfers Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson join forces with NFL greats Tom Brady and Peyton Manning in "The Match: Champions for Charity." CNN's Patrick Snell looks ahead to the event, which due to being made by Turner Sports, will be airing on CNN International.
They are Storror, a team of seven athletes taking parkour to a different dimension, who've been to Earth's low points and highest buildings. Even in lockdown, the UK-based athletes have not let coronavirus stand in their way.
Former Real Madrid midfielder Esteban Granero is mostly known for his exploits on the pitch, but is now using his AI company Olocip to help the fight against coronavirus in Spain.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf criticized Pittsburgh Steelers' Ben Roethlisberger after the quarterback posted a video of himself getting a haircut during quarantine. His barber joins CNN's Brianna Keliar to discuss the circumstances surrounding that haircut.
Jesus Mosquera was a soccer player since he was 12, playing for a number of Spanish teams, including Real Betis' and Athletic Bilbao's B teams. One gym workout changed his life forever.
England cricket great James "Jimmy" Anderson has reservations about the return of sport during the global coronavirus pandemic, but is "desperate to get out there and play."
Team Novo Nordisk, a cycling team made up of riders with type 1 diabetes, has found its greatest strength in what many would perceive a weakness.
Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson produced and co-stars as himself in the new film based on the true story of WWE wrestler Paige.
Christiane speaks with soccer legend Gary Lineker about how the beautiful game could return in the age of coronavirus.
Commissioner Rob Manfred explains what an MLB season during the coronavirus pandemic could look like, and how "devastating" the losses would be if there is no baseball this year.
With the world in quarantine, five-time Olympic swimming gold medalist Missy Franklin is using the lessons taught to her by her therapist after the 2016 Rio Olympics to help her mental health in lockdown.
Jimmy Chin is an award-winning filmmaker, adventurer and National Geographic photographer. He stumbled upon his passion relatively late but hasn't looked back since.
Two-time grand slam winner Naomi Osaka tells Christina Macfalane that she is using lockdown to draw more and to learn how to come out of her shell and stop being shy.
Two-time Olympic time trial cycling champion Fabian Cancellara chats to Amanda Davies in an Instagram Live and shows her his sauna, which was converted into a part-trophy room.
Six-time MotoGP champion Marc Marquez talks to Christina Macfarlane about burning himself while cooking pizza and cutting his brother's hair.
Three-time CrossFit Games champion Tia-Clair Toomey gives you her perfect workout to get those quarantine gains. Get ready to sweat!
How would you like to get in shape? We mean really in shape. Four of the best Crossfitters on the planet share some home workouts to keep you in shape despite the lockdown.
2018 CrossFit Games runner-up Patrick Vellner brings you the perfect workout to get those quarantine gains! Get ready for your legs to burn with his jump squat heavy routine.
Two-time CrossFit Games champion Katrin Davidsdottir walks you through her quarantine workout to help you stay in shape! Get ready for some down-ups to feel the burn.
2019 CrossFit Games runner-up Noah Ohlsen is set to help you make those quarantine gains with his core-crushing workout. Get ready to define those abs!
With millions of people facing movement restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic, many Muslims are finding creative ways to break their fast this year.
In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, UFC has been attempting to get up and running again. UFC President Dana White speaks to CNN about upcoming fight nights, plans to proceed with a private island to host events and his interactions with President Donald Trump.
Nine-year Formula One veteran Nico Hulkenberg believes the enforced break the sport is having to undergo because of the coronavirus pandemic offers the perfect time to make some changes.
The NBA's esports competition, the NBA 2K League, is back for the third year in a row. Despite the coronavirus pandemic, 23 teams will compete for the title remotely over six weeks.
Mandy Marquardt is a professional track cyclist for the US and is training for the postponed Tokyo 2020 Olympics all from home, but Mandy faces an additional challenge: she has diabetes.
Mets star Pete Alonso is hitting a homerun from home with his new foundation Homers 4 Heroes which aims to support and raise money for those working on the front line against Covid-19
In an exclusive interview, Grand Slam champions Billie Jean King and Andy Murray team-up for the first time to talk merging the men's and women's tours and the impact of Covid-19
Don Riddell speaks to "The Last Dance" director Jason Hehir and Chicago sports broadcaster Dan Roan about the documentary and what the 1997-1998 Chicago Bulls season and Michael Jordan were like.
Boston Celtics co-owner Steve Pagliuca says LeBron James is "consistent with what Adam Silver is trying to do" in response to LeBron's tweet saying no one is talking about games or the NBA season being cancelled.
Verona van de Leur was a star in Dutch gymnastics, winning Dutch Sportswoman of the Year in 2002, but things took an unexpected turn as she went to prison and became an adult film performer before becoming an author and public speaker.
Juventus striker Paulo Dybala has tested positive for the coronavirus for the fourth time in six weeks, a source close to the player has told CNN.
Rugby World Cup winning captain, Siya Kolisi, returns home to the Township where he grew up to help fight Covid-19. Through the Kolisi Foundation, he and his wife Rachel have been providing food and information to South Africa's poorest communities.
Sportswashing is a term used to describe corrupt or authoritarian regimes who use sport and sports events to whitewash their image internationally. Saudi Arabia is the latest to be accused of using this practice with the potential purchase of Newcastle United.
Two-time grand slam champion Simona Halep has been locked down in her native Romania and has been trying a multitude of activities to try to keep busy.
Three-time grand slam champion Andy Murray suspects that tennis will be "one of the last sports to get back to normality" and revels in the fact that the lockdown allows him to see his kids grow up.
Andy Scholes talks to Robin Meade about the release of the long-awaited docuseries on Michael Jordan's last season with the Chicago Bulls, "The Last Dance."
With two Olympic golds and 13 World Championship golds, American swimmer Caeleb Dressel is tipped to become the next Michael Phelps. He shows CNN how he trains in lockdown to stay in top shape.
While sport around the globe has been canceled, the spread-out nature of the golf means that returning on the week of June 8 to 14 -- which has been proposed -- is a realistic option for Jay Monahan.
Meet 73-year-old Rajinder Singh, who is inspiring others to keep fit during the lockdown. He has amassed a large social media following after posting his workouts online.
The NBA organized a remote, virtual H-O-R-S-E tournament featuring stars, past and present, from the NBA and WNBA. Utah's Mike Conley came out on top after beating Chicago's Zach LaVine.
The pandemic cancelled sports around the world, but in Taiwan, which has only seen 6 deaths and less than 400 cases due to its aggressive management of the coronavirus, the professional baseball league started its season.
Mikaela Shiffrin had her skiing season halted when her father, Jeff, died unexpectedly in early February. Shiffrin opens up exclusively to CNN Sport and reflects on these life-changing events, plus how she has found solace in singing.
Motorsport legend Mario Andretti speaks to Patrick Snell about how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting his birth country of Italy and one of the sports that brought him fame, Formula One.
President Trump has spoken about his desire to bring sport back to the US and is holding discussions with sports league reps to bring them back, but state governors and health officials aren't so sure that's the best idea.
Meet the real-life flying superhero, who also happens to have a fear of heights. Swiss adventurer Marc Hauser is the first person to skydive into the jet stream, according to Guinness World Records.
Robert Wickens hopes to race for real again. The IndyCar driver nearly lost his life in a crash in 2018 and announced he was paraplegic. But he's made great strides since and is racing in the INDYCAR IRacing Challenge, a competitive series using virtual simulation.
People have been turning their stairs into a virtual Everest in the coronavirus lockdown. British "climbers" arranged to virtually conquer the height of the world's tallest mountain.
Steph Curry raised the spirits of a group of coronavirus nurses in Oakland, California, when he surprised them with a FaceTime call Tuesday. Shelby Delaney, an ICU nurse at Summit Medical Center, had started wearing Curry's Warriors kit under her scrubs to "summon my inner warrior."
The Billie Jean King National Tennis Center has launched into service in the fight against Covid-19. King tells CNN's Christiane Amanpour she is "thrilled" the center is being used for coronavirus relief.
With virtually all sport on hiatus amid the coronavirus outbreak, one of the world's great connecting "distractions" is simply, gone. But some of the best voices of sport have taken to adding a bit of magic to the mundane and lifting spirits in the process.
2016 Wimbledon finalist Milos Raonic speaks to Christina Macfarlane about #tennisathome, his favorite quarantine recipe and the cancellation of Wimbledon 2020.
Former Leicester City, Tottenham and Barcelona striker Gary Lineker talks to Richard Quest about the Premier League pay cut debate in the UK.
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft speaks with Anderson Cooper, Sanjay Gupta and NY Governor Andrew Cuomo about his move in bringing 1.2M N95 masks from China to the US using the Patriots plane.
Former New York Knicks star Stephon Marbury is working with a company in China to sell 10 million masks to his hometown at cost instead of a profit. He tells Anderson Cooper why it was important for him to do so.
Utah Jazz player Rudy Gobert has apologized for his prank following a media conference. Gobert touched every microphone and recorder in front of him in jest after media availability on March 9. At the time, he did not know he had the coronavirus, but has now tested positive as has his Jazz teammate, Donovan Mitchell
Chaunté Lowe is a four-time Olympian and American-record holder in the women's indoor and outdoor high jump. Two years ago, she discovered a rice-sized lump in her breast that changed her life forever.
Prevented from shining on the field, athletes have been taking to social media to share quarantine moments from home during the coronavirus pandemic.
The delay in the Tokyo Summer Olympics has presented a logistics nightmare for organizers, athletes and fans. CNN's Will Ripley reports on how the delay could torch Japan's tourism industry.
Five-time Olympic gold medalist Katie Ledecky explains her feelings toward the 2020 Tokyo Olympics being postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Asma Elbadawi calls herself the "Queen of the Ball." The British-Sudanese basketball player and activist fought to allow women to wear the hijab in the sport.
GIRLGAMER is the world's leading all-female esports competition. With the finals held in Dubai in 2020, the UAE needed a team to compete.
Two hotels run by former Manchester United players Gary Neville and Ryan Giggs will open their doors for free to National Health Service employees to help during the coronavirus pandemic.
If you're struggling for a sports fix then marble racing is the perfect quarantine entertainment. Millions are now watching via social media - and so should you.
Former Cardiff City player Peter Whittingham died nearly two weeks after suffering a head injury in an accidental fall at a pub.
Six-time Super Bowl winner Tom Brady has decided to not re-sign with the New England Patriots after 20 seasons and one of the most successful eras in the sport's history.
While Valerie Thompson will have to wait to attempt to break a world speed record due to coronavirus, the Queen of Speed knows it's only a matter of time before she hits 416mph.
Football legend Pelé tells CNN Brasil that racism in football has been around since his time in the sport and that the modern game is harder than his era.
UFC President Dana White tells CNN that the impact of coronavirus on sport is "crazy." Still, he's confident that he will eventually put on Khabib vs. Ferguson for the public.
With five Super Bowl titles, three MVPs and four Super Bowl MVP awards, Tom Brady has a lot of people asking: is he the greatest of all time - the GOAT?
With the coronavirus postponing sport across the world, Mesut Ozil, Thibaut Courtois and other footballers have taken the opportunity to compete digitally in various video games.
Six-time Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton tells a press conference that it's "shocking" the sport is in Australia at the moment given the global pandemic of coronavirus.
Watford became the first team to beat Liverpool in the Premier League this season and to get some insight into how they did it, Darren Lewis spoke with star defender Christian Kabasele about their blueprint to success.
Singer Ellie Goulding attended the Marrakesh ePrix and spoke to Supercharged where she said Formula E is "more cool" than Formula 1 because of its environmntal aspect.
Daniel Deusser jumped a perfect and quick round to pip six other riders in the LGCT Doha Grand Prix ride-off to take the crown in Qatar.
US Women's National Team football star Megan Rapinoe says that the current offer from US Soccer in regards to pay is way off where it needs to be: "actually offer for equal pay, and some considerable damages as well."
In the world of men's tennis, who will reign supreme? Is it the Big 3 of Nadal, Djokovic and Federer? Or the young guns: Medvedev, Tsitsipas and Thiem?
Inter Milan president Steven Zhang tells Alex Thomas that he believes the club can cope with a possible 23 games in 12 weeks in their bid for the Scudetto and Europa League glory.
Netflix show "Cheer" has changed the way people view college cheerleading. The series follows the lives of young athletes and their iconic coach, Monica Aldama. Race, class, gender and sexuality are themes that lie at the heart of the show.
Inter Milan president Steven Zhang talks to Alex Thomas about the coronavirus response from Italy's Serie A and his Instagram posts calling the Serie A president a clown.
Tottenham Hotspur manager Jose Mourinho has his say on Eric Dier's charge into the stands to confront an unruly fan.
It's like something out of a sci-fi movie, except this cyborg is on roller skate wheels. The inventor of 'Rollerman' is French designer Jean-Yves Blondeau.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp tells a press conference that people shouldn't ask him for coronavirus information, they should ask experts and informed people.
The World Solar Challenge is a car race from the top to the bottom of Australia fueled only by the power of the sun. The showpiece race was first held in 1987 and is staged every two years.
Supporting a football team is hard. It's full of heartbreak and stressful moments. But for this group of Brazilian fans, it's a way to connect back to home - 5,700 miles away.
Flamengo fans in London talk to CNN Sport about the Rio club's 1981 Continental Cup victory over Liverpool and their hopes for a repeat in the Club World Cup.
Former Egypt international Mido says Jurgen Klopp should take full credit for transforming Liverpool into the best team in Europe.
Following his win in the Mexico City ePrix, Panasonic Jaguar Racing driver Mitch Evans is the Formula E championship leader. Can he maintain his lead in Marrakech?
Inter Miami owner David Beckham reflects on the newly formed club's "long, tough journey" from being announced to its fruition in Major League Soccer.
Christina Macfarlane takes a brief look at the history of doping in sport, including what forms of doping have been performed and which sports have suffered from it.
Five-time grand slam singles winner Maria Sharapova is retiring from tennis. The 32-year-old made the announcement in Vanity Fair on February 26.
Former Bayern Munich and Real Madrid midfielder Hamit Altintop speaks to Alex Thomas about the big 2020 Champions League clash between Chelsea and Bayern Munich.
Dave Ayres, a 42-year-old goaltender, was victorious in his National Hockey League debut for the Carolina Hurricanes against the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Would you kayak down a 134-foot waterfall? Dane Jackson is the first person ever to kayak down the Salto del Maule waterfall in Chile.
Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Madison Bumgarner admitted to using an alias to compete in team-roping rodeo competitions.
WBC world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury predicted his TKO of Deontay Wilder to CNN's Don Riddell ahead of the rematch of their controversial draw .
CNN World Sport's Vince Cellini talks to 2-time welterweight champion Shawn Porter about the epic win, and the future of heavyweight boxing
President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump toured India's Taj Mahal as part of Trump's first state visit to the country. Earlier, Trump addressed a rally of more than 100,000 people alongside Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Modi's hometown of Ahmedabad. CNN's Kaitlan Collins reports from New Delhi, India.
Lisa Zimouche is taking the football freestyle world by storm one trick at a time. At only 20 years old, the French-Algerian already has millions of football fans from around the globe.
Envision Virgin Racing driver Sam Bird recalls all the twists and turns of the 2016 Formula E Buenos Aires ePrix - the race of his life.
Rowan Baxter, a former rugby league player, his wife and their three children died after the dad allegedly set their car on fire in Brisbane.
WBC world heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder sits down with Don Riddell to chat about his humble boxing beginnings, his family and how he once considered suicide.
WBC world heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder tells Don Riddell he's glad his first fight with Tyson Fury was a draw and looks forward to winning the second bout.
Want to know what it feels like to take the wheel of a Formula E race car? Then say hello to Driver's Eye - an 8mm camera that gives a unique, through-the-visor view.
Atlético Madrid midfielder Thomas Partey tells CNN about his incredible journey to the top of the European game.
Twenty-year-old breakout track and field star Armand Duplantis talks to Patrick Snell about breaking the pole vault world record twice and reflects on starting at age 3.
Two-time European Cup winner and football icon Ruud Gullit tells Alex Thomas that he's "disappointed that the players didn't back" Porto's Moussa Marega when he was racially abused in a match.
Six-time Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton highlighted a glitzy and star-studded affair in Berlin at the 2020 Laureus World Sports Awards.
Red Bull Salzburg head coach Jesse Marsch tells CNN why Erling Braut Håland is such an incredible talent and why he's a perfect fit for Salzburg.
Manchester City has been banned from UEFA club competitions for the next two seasons -- beginning in 2020/21 -- and handed a $32.5 million fine by European football's governing body.
Eight-time Olympic gold medalist Usain Bolt tells Coy Wire that there is no chance he participates in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and also chats about his beloved Manchester United.
Ahead of his second fight against Tyson Fury, WBC world heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder slams British heavyweight Anthony Joshua for his display against Andy Ruiz Jr.
WNBA star Sue Bird talks to Don Riddell about her position in women's sport, her partner Megan Rapinoe and the fallout from Rapinoe speaking out about Donald Trump.
COPA90 goes to a city that has experienced the highs and lows of humanity from centuries of war and conflict to decades of culture, the only thing Berlin hasn't seen, is a top flight derby in 40 years. Until now.
A London art gallery has dedicated an exhibit to football legend Pele in honor of his 75th birthday. CNN's Isa Soares spoke to him about his legacy and the state of his beloved sport in 2015.
Lithium is the key element for rechargeable batteries used in phones and Formula E cars. But where is it farmed and how? The answer lies in Chile.
Fabio Wibmer is taking the idea of going for a bike ride to a different level. The 24-year-old Austrian has over 4 million YouTube subscribers with his insane tricks in cities and in nature.
Sanjay Bhandari, the head of Kick It Out - a leading UK organization that works to tackle discrimination in professional and grassroots football - believes racism in the sport is getting worse.
Super Bowl-winning Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes speaks to Don Riddell from Disney World, where he talks about Twitter prophecies and wanting to win more championships.
WNBA star Diana Taurasi pays tribute to Kobe Bryant and his support of women's basketball.
AS Roma and Italy legend Daniele De Rossi hired a makeup artist to disguise him, so that he could attend the Roma vs. Lazio match in the Curva Sud without being recognized.
Day 10 saw top seed Rafael Nadal fall to Dominic Thiem in the quarterfinals, Simona Halep and Garbiñe Muguruza win and a shock upset in wheelchair tennis.
This doctor has one of the most important jobs in Super Bowl LIV, but he's not part of the team's medical staff. Laurent Duvernay-Tardif plays right guard on the Kansas City Chiefs offensive line.
Israel Folau has signed a one-year contract with Super League side Catalans Dragons despite being disgraced for an anti-gay post on social media.
Day 9 of the Australian Open brought a protest against Margaret Court, Roger Federer escaping seven match points against Tennys Sandgren and Ash Barty marching on to the semifinals.
Kobe Bryant wowed fans by scoring 60 points in his farewell game with the Los Angeles Lakers. CNN's Paul Vercammen has more.
Basketball stars hit the streets of the City of Light as part of their trip for the 2020 NBA Paris Game. The Milwaukee Bucks and Charlotte Hornets will take to the court on January 24 at the AccorHotels Arena.
It has been described as one of the oldest and most played sports in history. Chase tag -- played in a 1,550 sq. ft. arena -- has become the latest craze in action sports.
Christine Brennan talks to Don Riddell about the rising star of Cori "Coco" Gauff in tennis and the immortal greatness of gymnast Simone Biles.
WNBA superstar Maya Moore is stepping away from the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and another WNBA season to focus on criminal justice reform.
Dirty rain delays play, Nick Kyrgios has fun and mocks Rafa Nadal in his win, while Simona Halep marches into the third round in this day 4 wrap of the Australian Open.
Is New Orleans Pelican Zion Williamson the next NBA superstar or will he fail to live up to the insane hype? Don Riddell and Dale Yake look at the former Duke star.
Irish mixed martial arts fighter Conor McGregor was victorious in his first UFC match in over 15 months, with a technical knockout win over American opponent Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone in Las Vegas, Nevada.
On Saturday, Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone readies for the biggest fight of his career against the UFC's ultimate villain, Conor McGregor, who returns to the octagon after a lengthy hiatus
Severe thunderstorms are bringing temporary relief, along with new risks, to Australia that has been ravaged by historic bushfires. CNN's Will Ripley reports.
CNN Supercharged Nicki Shields sees the revolutionary Porsche 919 hybrid on a tour of the Porsche museum in Stuttgart, Germany.
2020 brings a plethora of action and thrills for sports fans, including Euro 2020, the Olympics and the Paralympic Games. Here are some of the athletes to watch this year.
Extreme E is a brand-new, all-electric SUV racing series. Spectators will be brought to some of the most secluded areas of the world, including the Himalayas and the Amazon.
New CEO Jamie Reigle believes the electric racing series plays a vital role in making motorsport greener as a whole and helping the wider world change.
Tottenham Hotspur manager Jose Mourinho reacts to the racist incidents plaguing football by saying that the sport needs help, but so does society.
From winning the World Cup to becoming a cultural icon to winning the 2019 Ballon d'Or, US soccer superstar Megan Rapinoe has had a year for the ages.
CNN Sport contributor Darren Lewis speaks about the racist incidents that plague the Premier League and English football and the weak responses authorities have to these acts.
Liverpool and Netherlands midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum tells Darren Lewis that he doesn't "stand behind" the use of Black Pete - a highly controversial Dutch Christmas character - in his home country.
Some detractors thought it would be nothing more than a flash in the pan, while others labeled it a gimmick -- but Formula E's remarkable growth and popularity is proof that the sport is here to stay.
Mesut Ozil has found himself at the center of a sporting and geopolitical row after a tweet in which he took aim at China for its dealings with the Muslim Uyghur minority in the northwest Xinjiang province.
It was never his intention to polarise global opinion. Back in 2013, when the former MMA and special forces combat trainer James Wilks purchased a second hand camera off Craigslist, he simply wanted to document his road to recovery from two injured knees.
An Italian football anti-racism initiative featuring paintings of monkeys has received widespread criticism after its release. The sport in Italy has been blighted by racist abuse this season, and the artwork commissioned by Serie A was designed to stop fans directing monkey chants at players.
WBO welterweight champion and pound-for-pound great Terence Crawford talks to Patrick Snell about competing at Madison Square Garden in NYC and fighting against the "Mean Machine."
New Zealand rugby star Sonny Bill Williams reflects on his Islamic faith and how he felt compelled to speak out after the terror attacks in Christchurch.
Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr knows all about the highs of the Dubs, but 2019 has seen some lows following championship years. Kerr says though that better times are around the corner.
Across the UK, voters are questioning long-held political allegiances and thinking of voting for the other side. But these changes cut in all directions -- a mixture of disillusionment and fervent views on Brexit pushing locals to question long-held political loyalties. CNN's Matthew Chance reports from two of the most marginal seats in the country.
Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr is a big Liverpool FC fan and - in particular - of Mo Salah and Reds manager Jurgen Klopp.
Nick Butter is an endurance athlete who embarked on a journey to run a marathon in all 196 countries in the world to fight prostate cancer.
There are 14 8,000m peaks in the world -- "death zone" mountains. Nirmal 'Nims' Purja. set a world record by climbing them all in six months and six days.
US Presidential candidate Andrew Yang shoots hoops with Atlanta Hawks legend Dominique Wilkins and talks about healthcare and politics in the US.
Former England star Les Ferdinand believes football authorities need to improve diversity at the top to create meaningful change in the sport.
The acrobatic basketball team Dunking Devils are back with a new stunt - jumping off a trampoline suspended 100 ft in the air.
Queens Park Rangers' Director of Football Les Ferdinand has criticized FIFA and UEFA for the lack of punishments handed out for incidents of racist abuse.
Don Riddell sits down with 15-time major winner Tiger Woods to talk about his career renaissance in 2019 and what comes next on the golf course.
Don Riddell takes a look at the success of 15-time major winner Tiger Woods on the international stage ahead of his captaincy at the Presidents Cup.
Georginio Wijnaldum has praised Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp for transforming the way he plays.
Don Riddell sits down with Shaun Wright Phillips who reflects back on one of the most memorable moments in the Premier League - the day Manchester City defeated Queens Park Rangers to win the title.
He's been in the headlines for nearly all of his golfing career, but 15-time major champion Tiger Woods says he doesn't like fame and publicity.
Tiger Woods won his 15th major title at the Masters earlier this year, but seven months on he tells CNN's Don Riddell that his children hardly every talk about it.
Formula One broadcaster Will Buston speaks to Amanda Davies about Lewis Hamilton's F1 legacy following a season where he clinched his sixth driver's championship.
Ahead of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, Charles Leclerc talks to Amanda Davies about his debut season with Ferrari and his relationship with teammate Sebastian Vettel.
Former Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri is the bookmakers' favorite to replace Unai Emery, who was sacked after 18 months in charge of Arsenal.
Former NHL player Akim Aliu said Calgary Flames coach Bill Peters' apology for his racist remarks is "misleading" and "concerning."
Former police superintendent David Duckenfield has been found not guilty of gross negligence manslaughter in the deaths of 95 Liverpool supporters in the 1989 Hillsborough stadium disaster.
Manchester City, Juventus, Sunderland and, now, FC Barcelona. The Spanish giant is the latest football team to join the documentary craze with "Matchday" -- an eight episode look at their 2018/19 season.
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, off the back of a disappointing loss to the New England Patriots, gives his backing to Jason Garrett.
Ice hockey coach Bill Peters is apologizing after a former player accused him of using a racial slur against him a decade ago.
Climbing the 449-foot high Old Man of Hoy sea stack, in the Orkney archipelago off the north coast of Scotland is difficult enough, so imagine trying to do it with less than 1% of your vision.
Two-time Olympic gold medalist Nicola Adams is one of the pioneers of women's boxing in the UK. Her sudden retirement following a promising pro career was surprising, but she's still inspiring many.
Liverpool and Holland star Georginio Wijnaldum tells CNN he will walk off the field if he suffers racist abuse, even if it means leaving the pitch during a Champions League or Euro final.
Red Bull Salzburg head coach talks to Alex Thomas about his viral team talk, Salzburg's season and Erling Braut Haland's incredible potential.
In South Korea, almost no one is revered more than Tottenham Hotspur star Son Heung-min. We follow fans and journalists from the Asian country to find out what he's such a megastar.
Daniel Deusser, Peder Fredricson and Pius Schwizer led the Shanghai Swans to a glorious GCL Super Cup win in a dramatic $7 million final.
Ben Maher and his horse Explosion W closed out a season for the ages by taking the Longines Global Champions Tour Super Grand Prix in Prague to complete his hat-trick of titles in 2019.
Golf's season-ending DP World Tour Championship takes place at Dubai's Jumeirah Golf Estates, but how did the course get built in the middle of the desert?
It's the time of year when men around the world commit their upper lips to help make a positive change, including athletes: Movember.
The Al Janoub Stadium one of the first stadiums completed for the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup. The 40,000-seat Al Janoub features new air-cooling technology to combat Qatar's notorious temperatures.
For the first time in motorsport history, Mercedes, Porsche, Audi and BMW will compete against each other in the same single-seater championship.
The chief executive of Qatar's 2022 World Cup organizing committee says the country has been surprised by the "severity" of the criticism it has received since winning the right to host the 2022 World Cup.
Free agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick worked out in front of representatives from several NFL teams in Riverdale, Georgia. Andy Scholes caught up with Kaepernick's agent, Jeff Nalley, to break down the roller coaster day.
Greek tennis star Stefanos Tsitsipas hopes to use his 2019 ATP Finals win as a springboard to breaking the Big Three;s grand slam dominance in 2020.
He's one of New Zealand's most famous sporting sons, but Sonny Bill Williams believes his move into rugby league in Canada could help "open doors" to a generation of young players.
Minnesota Timberwolves center Gorgui Dieng was given a philanthropy award by the NBA for his charity to his home country of Senegal. It's the latest example of athletes giving to charity.
Three-time grand slam winner Andy Murray said that he felt like he was "coming through the end of the bad bit and entering exciting times" and was looking forward to the 2020 season.
Former New Zealand international Rebecca Smith talks to Amanda Davies about the fight for equal pay in women's football.
Argentinian soccer team Estudiantes de la Plata re-opened their stadium with a holographic lion to prowl the pitch. But they're only the latest to use holograms, from esports to concerts.
Fifteen-time major winner and Presidents Cup captain Tiger Woods explains to Don Riddell why he chose himself as a wildcard pick and discusses his golf routine as a veteran.
CNN's David McKenzie explains the significance of South Africa's Rugby World Cup win as the team travels round the country with the trophy.
The two YouTubers face off in a professional boxing match at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on November 9 in a rematch of their 2018 fight in Manchester which ended in a draw.