Missy Franklin is so upbeat, so full of energy, so dang positive all the time, it's hard to imagine her ever going to a dark place. ''Being totally honest with you, it's something that terrifies me,'' Franklin said, her perpetually positive tone suddenly filled with doubt and
Stanford swimmer Katie Ledecky has won the Honda Cup as the nation's top collegiate female athlete. Ledecky won five medals, including four golds, and set two world records at last summer's Rio de Janeiro Olympics. Ledecky is just the second freshman to win the Honda Cup.
Paul Kariya always felt as if he knew where Teemu Selanne was on the ice when they had spectacular chemistry together as teammates. On Monday, Selanne pulled a new trick, telling Kariya where he was going: the Hockey Hall of Fame. Before Kariya got the call that he was being inducted, Selanne delivered
Teemu Selanne, who led the Anaheim Ducks to a Stanley Cup and is the Olympics' all-time leading scorer, headlined the Hockey Hall of Fame class of 2017 announced on Monday. Also getting the call were Paul Kariya, Dave Andreychuk, Mark Recchi and Danielle Goyette, who becomes the fifth woman inducted