In this episode Kristen Nicholson discusses her journey from math student to baseball biomechanics expert.
Devices that nudge the rich and middle class to exercise don't offer same boost to those with lower incomes.
A phone app might help diagnose a concussion on many sports fields.
A physicist explains the science behind a tight spiral pass down the field.
People who watch hockey use context to follow the small, fast-moving puck.
It may be time for at least one of the sports to leave trees behind and move to a material that's technically a grass.
The properties of friction change from one situation to the next, so a universal explanation doesn't exist.
The hair-filled balls were discovered in a 3,000-year-old cemetery in northwestern China.
A conversation with baseball writer Keith Law.
Racing later this year could influence which horses will be at their best -- and their chances of winning.
New research reveals how much ads for a toenail fungus medication helped boost sales.
A conversation with Kathleen Bachynski, the author of a new history of youth tackle football.