Click through the gallery to see the best photos of the Austrian skydiver, who set world records with his 2012 jump from the stratosphere.
The American amateur parachute jumper whose skydiving exploits will be profiled in the latest installment of ESPN’s 30 for 30 series.
The 2015 Special Olympic World Games are set to get underway in Los Angeles on Saturday night. Here’s how to watch the opening ceremony on TV & online.
A member of one of America’s most famous families, Shriver created the Special Olympics in 1968. Her story will be featured in ESPN’s Brave in the Attempt.
Colin Cowherd has angered Jose Bautista and other Dominican baseball players with his comments on his ESPN Radio show about Dominicans.
Samantha Steele Ponder isn’t just Christian Ponder’s wife, but a successful sideline reporter for ESPN, formerly known as Erin Andrews’ replacement.
After his abrupt departure from ESPN earlier this year, Bill Simmons is slated to join HBO with a weekly TV show. Before the move get to know Simmons wife, Kari, here.
When ESPN fired Bill Simmons, he signed a $5 million contract two months later with HBO. Needless to say, the multimillionaire will be okay despite the split.
The British Open Championship gets underway from St. Andrews in Scotland on Thursday. ESPN has the TV coverage, but there are other ways to watch.
Nearly 30 years have passed since Jenner was a top athlete. Learn more about Bruce Jenner’s athletic accomplishments and why Caitlyn received an ESPY award.
Viewers may be surprised that the 2015 ESPYS are not on ESPN. Find out where you can find the awards show and why the change was made.
Stuart Scott gave an amazingly inspirational speech at the 2014 ESPYs. Relive the moving speech as well as learn more of the background of the infamous moment.
This week is SEC Media Days and we have all the information on how to stream the event live to your phone or desktop computer. Don’t miss a minute of it.
Keith Thurman successfully defends his world title by stopping Luis Collazo. We have your results and highlights.
ESPN The Magazine’s increasingly popular Body Issue has been released in 2015, featuring athletes such as Natalie Coughlin, Bryce Harper and Odell Beckham Jr.