Who's the most famous athlete in the world? We devised a formula to answer that question and created the ESPN World Fame 100 rankings. The names might be familiar, but where the planet's biggest stars land between 1 and 100 might surprise you.
Are Manchester City title favourites under Pep Guardiola, or can Jose Mourinho bring glory back to Old Trafford? Nick Ames takes an early look at how the 2016-17 Premier League might turn out.
Marcus Rashford and Daniel Sturridge have both been included in the final 23-man England squad for Euro 2016, with Andros Townsend and Danny Drinkwater missing out.
With the summer transfer window nearly upon us, rumours are picking up steam, and Transfer Talk has its finger on the pulse of the latest gossip.
Skipper Robbie Keane and midfielder James McCarthy have been included in the Republic of Ireland squad for Euro 2016 despite being hampered by injury.
Jose Mourinho is ready to listen to offers for Juan Mata and Daley Blind this summer, a source close to Manchester United has confirmed to ESPN FC.
The Golden Bear doesn't expect Muirfield to stay out of The Open rotation for long.
ESPN presents Radio Ga Ga from Monaco, featuring an irate Daniel Ricciardo and a farcical meltdown at Sauber.
Bringing in Granit Xhaka was a good start to the summer for Arsenal, but Arsene Wenger still has a long to-do list during this transfer window if the club are to mount a Premier League title charge.
The Kevin Durant sweepstakes starts now, but KD is likely staying in OKC, writes Marc Stein.
Sonny Bill Williams has opted to stay in New Zealand Rugby for a further three years, but the code-hopper will move Super Rugby franchises next season and reconnect with Tana Umaga at the Blues.
Karim Benzema has hit out at Didier Deschamps, suggesting that the Bleus coach "has bowed to the pressure of a racist part of France.'
Carrick has spent 10 seasons at Old Trafford and the contract extension he signed last in March last year is due to expire next month.
We're officially 100 days away from the 2016 NFL season. To celebrate, our NFL reporters compiled 100 predictions that will help shape next season.
Conor McGregor has plenty of adjustments in mind should he secure a welterweight rematch against Nate Diaz. The UFC featherweight champion is ready to pick up where he left off as a risk-taker.
Rain, rain, go away. That has to be the wish of the likes of Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams anyway. As for Andy Murray, he'll take the much-needed rest.
Tickets for Tottenham's final season at White Hart Lane will be allocated via a random ballot to cope with an anticipated "all-time high" demand.
Euro 2016 kicks off in just 10 days. To celebrate, ESPN commissioned French artist Florian Nicolle to create a team poster for all 24 competitors. Which is your favourite?
The youngest among a bloody-minded dozen, Alastair Cook was marked out for greatness more than a decade ago -- and there is still more to come.
James Anderson has leapfrogged his England new-ball partner Stuart Broad to become the No. 1 Test bowler in the ICC rankings
Jason Day, Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy all own the spotlight this week at Jack Nicklaus' event, but keep a watchful eye on those who might sneak into the "Big Three" conversation.
Luther Burrell is ready for the "big collisions" that await in Australia as he targets a starting role as England's midfield battering ram for the first Test against the Wallabies.
Chris Coleman believes Gareth Bale has a key role to play in removing Wales' pre-Euro 2016 complacency.
Jessie Vargas has agreed to fight Kell Brook in a welterweight unification fight that will be held in Brook's hometown of Sheffield, England.
Four tennis players have been cleared after being investigated for alleged match-fixing at this year's Australian Open.
Justin Rose has withdrawn this week's Memorial as he continues to struggle the back injury that forced him out of last week's BMW PGA Championship.
Ireland's three-time major champion Padraig Harrington was the highest-profile player to miss out on qualification for the U.S. Open after an agonising finish at Walton Heath.
Jose Bautista admits his slide into Rougned Odor was late, but he "chose not to" hurt the Rangers second baseman who "was looking for a fight."