Danielle Michaud opening up about her recent cervical cancer diagnosis in hopes of raising awareness of the importance of regular screenings.
A basketball fan says she was denied entry into a Philadelphia 76ers game because of her outfit.
A cross-country runner is kicking up dust about a high school dress code that requires athletes to wear shirts at all times regardless of their gender or sport.
A photo of the men's offensive costumes was posted online a week after Australia's Herald-Sun newspaper published a cartoon of Serena Williams at the U.S. Open that was slammed as racist.
"Tell me RILEY, HOW CAN YOU EXPLAIN ALL OF THIS WEIGHT YOU'VE GAINED?"
You can count 1-year-old Olympia Ohanian out of the Nike boycott, as the tot is adorably copying mom Serena Williams's style in this sweet snapshot.
"To be an Olympian is not flattering for any partner that’s with you. It’s a really selfish part of your life."
The on-air personality for ESPN and gold-medal Paralympian swimmer has overcome seemingly impossible odds after a health scare that could have ended her life.
The color has been associated with a movement to show solidarity with survivors of sexual abuse by USA gymnastics team doctor Larry Nassar, who's now in prison.
“I can’t sit here as the first Muslim woman to represent the United States at the Olympic games and be numb on these issues that directly affect me.” “American Beauty” is a new series in which Yahoo Lifestyle takes a virtual cross-country journey to discover what beauty means — reimagining the American flag through the diverse group of faces that make up the United States of America. From Muslim Americans and women in the military to single moms and teachers, we highlight what makes each group unique while showcasing the common threads that bring us together. In this edition of “Inspired By,” Olympic fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad explains the trials and triumphs of being a black Muslim woman in the world of sports.
This week, NBA star LeBron James opened a school for "at-risk" kids in Akron, Ohio. Educators and psychologists say it could be a game changer.
A line of women's apparel featuring sexist and derogatory descriptions about women has been pulled from Walmart Canada shelves.
"Our girls see us out there grinding and living our dreams and that's got to mean something."
The online retailer is under fire for its World Cup-inspired range, which features sexy crop tops and "Prosecco & Goals" T-shirt slogans.
Polyamory is on the rise, and there’s one more group planning to make things official — Brazilian soccer legend Ronaldinho and his “fiancées,” Priscilla Coelho and Beatriz Souza.
Min, skating for South Korea, completed her short dance routine on Sunday despite a precarious outfit situation.