Who said Black people couldn't swim? Howard University's swim and dive team is making a big splash and history at the same damn time.
This year, the 2022 Sports Illustrated features a jaw-dropping beauty in Ms. Hillory Fields, an ICU nurse out there on the frontlines and definitely more than just a pretty face.
Megan Thee Stallion oozes confidence, but there was one point in her life she wasn't so sure about becoming a rapper.
The salty mouth breathers and television "personalities" took umbrage with being blocked by Naomi Osaka after they took time out of their hateful days to attack her professional choices.
Megan The Stallion is set to make history with Sports Illustrated reportedly.
Danielle Herrington has only been on the modeling scene a short while, and already she’s making waves in a major way. Herrington becomes just the third Black woman to grace the cover of the popular Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue, and connected with a piece of the storied history of the issue in real time.
Lalia Ali, the daughter of late boxing legend Muhammad Ali, praised Colin Kaepernick for receiving the Sports Illustrated award named after her father. As reported exclusively by TMZ, Ali stopped short of comparing the free agent quarterback to her father after being pressed on the matter but did so respectfully.
J.J. Watt, José Altuve, Colin Kaepernick, Joel Embiid and others were honored at SI's 2017 Sportsman Of The Year ceremonies in New York Tuesday (Dec. 5).
Beyoncé was a surprise presenter at this year's Sports Illustrated Sportsman Of The Year ceremonies in where she gave Colin Kaepernick the Ali award.
A Sports Illustrated cover is shamelessly lacking Colin Kaepernick.
Serena Williams is featured as one of the models in Sports Illustrated‘s annual swimsuit issue. The greatest of all time tennis player, that’s male or female, is seen rocking all of sorts of scanty swimwear.