When 49ers assistant coach Katie Sowers spoke at the Commonwealth Club of San Francisco this week, she was witty, thoughtful, sensitive, down-to-earth, intelligent, and candid.
Gotta love television's World Cup coverage.
I spent the last week of June in the hospital at UCSF. At the beginning of the week I was given a kidney to replace my failed renal organs and had a heart attack while being treated.
Memorial Run hits New York City en route to Paris for Gay Games X.
Russia celebrated being awarded the 2014 Winter Olympics by passing laws that banned any supportive statements about gays and lesbians. Now, it's hosting the men's World Cup.
Oakland threw a parade Tuesday for the NBA champion Golden State Warriors.
I was shocked, shocked I tell you, to learn that even though the U.S. men's soccer team did not qualify for it, FIFA nonetheless has decided to hold its men's World Cup soccer tournament in Russia, starting this week.
The US Olympic Committee needs to develop policies that protect athletes.
Just what we need: another reason not to watch NFL football.
With little more than one month left to register for the Gay Games, organizers report they are right at the brink of 9,000 registrants, and the event stands a solid shot at becoming the first Gay Games since 2006 to have 10,000 registrants.
After what never needed to have been said was said, the things that had to be said were said and the fashion statement that followed was fabulous and powerful and emboldening and unifying.
Horrific indifference to the human condition has been a recent hallmark of decisions in elite international sports.
I asked Larry Rich what it was like running a marathon at the North Pole. He spoke to me about the strange sound the snow made beneath his feet. That made all the sense in the world to me.