New York City is the world’s undisputed sports champion, with professional teams playing in every type of game you could want to watch. It’s the place where moments like the famous “Shot Heard ’Round the World” and Willis Reed’s limping out onto the court in the NBA Finals were etched into history, and where the world’s best athletes compete in marquee annual events like the US Open Tennis Championships and the New York City Marathon.
Star midfielder Frank Lampard discusses life in New York City.
Former WNBA MVP Tina Charles is glad to be back in her hometown, NYC, with the Liberty.
The Knicks' season may be over, but the basketball action is just heating up on NYC's asphalt.
The Brooklyn Cyclones, the single-A minor-league farm team for the New York Mets, are among the newest teams in New York sports: Since 2001, they’ve been playing in MCU Park (originally Keyspan Park) on Coney Island, about an hour’s subway ride from Midtown.