In this episode Kristen Nicholson discusses her journey from math student to baseball biomechanics expert.
In this episode of Inside Science Conversations, Phil Skiba discusses how he went from wanting to be an astronaut to working in sports medicine.
A proposal intended to limit the length of drives by reducing the maximum club length from 48 inches to 46 inches has drawn criticism from professional players.
Anatomy and biomechanics raise questions about whether strictly enforcing the game's rules could increase the risk of injuries.
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.
Could using lighter-weight balls in practice be a safer way to speed up a pitcher's arm -- and the ball?
Racing later this year could influence which horses will be at their best -- and their chances of winning.
Are you overconsuming caffeine in the form of energy drinks?
Pain, gastrointestinal distress, blisters, chafing, mental fatigue and dehydration. Extreme challenges to a tough sport.
Researchers found that when we fall from different heights, our bodies move differently to absorb the impact.
New research finds that shot type, referees and scorekeepers matter -- and that taking more 3-point shots shrinks it.
Endurance exercise favors the growth of some gut bacteria, which might provide athletes with an extra boost.