There may not have been any Jews on the field at this past weekend’s Super Bowl XLVIII, but there were plenty in the stands.
Part of Ledecky’s inspiration, as revealed in a Sports Illustrated profile in June, comes from the story of her Jewish grandmother, Berta, 83.
What basketball team wouldn't want a visit from a pageant winner?
Holocaust refugee John Thorn was drawn to baseball because of its “possibilities for fairness” and the heroic figures who played the game.
The Sochi games are hardly the first to spark controversy over the character of the host government.
Nate Robinson, a three-time winner of the NBA’s Slam Dunk Contest despite standing only 5-9, agreed to play for the Israeli basketball team Hapoel Tel Aviv.
In an effort to combat racism and violence in football stadiums around the world, Shimon Peres launched today the Mini Mondial for Peace in Herzliya.
An Israeli took home nearly half a million dollars in winning a tournament at the 2015 World Series of Poker.
Omri Casspi will visit Israel this week with seven other NBA players in a tour organized by a foundation Casspi formed to fight the boycott Israel movement.
Israel’s cycling team will cover the route Italian champion cyclist Gino Bartali took secretly during World War II to save Jews escaping from Nazis.