A six-year-old girl from Atlanta came across an unexpected treasure while on a walk with her father – an Olympic gold medal hidden in a pile of rubbish.
Soccer season is now upon us. Alongside the colder months comes weekends of early starts and evenings of training.
It seems that no matter how hard we try, we let our hopes for our children's successes get tangled with our competitive egos.
As Amy Rogers watched her eldest son, Preston, glide by on his skateboard on a recent afternoon, she marvelled at how far he had traveled just over the past few months.
There are still many sexists assumptions made about girls involved in sports or girls who like sports that need to be faced.
Our child is clearly feeling the pressure of being the coach's son, and he regularly acts out.
Children may be at greater risk of sustaining brain damage than adults from heading footballs, according to a neuroscientist from Birmingham University.
Parents of Perth junior footy players claim political correctness has gone wrong with clubs using technology to ensure less-talented players get at least 50 per cent game time.
Sure, your kids may have dreams of being the next sport star - but we bet another big reason they play sports is for plain ol' fun.
An open letter from a frustrated junior football coach to sideline critics, reminding them that he was the one who stepped up when they didn't, has started to go viral on social media.
More than 70 doctors and health experts have written to the British government calling for a ban on tackling in school rugby games.