The marquee names joined Lionel Messi, Neymar and Conor McGregor in the top five of ESPN's World Fame 100, but the list saw only three women rank in the top hundred.
With 21 games to go in the regular season, LeBron James' Los Angeles Lakers have a 30-31 record, placing them in tenth position in the Westen conference and four games out of playoff position.
The San Diego Padres have agreed to pay the star infielder the staggering sum over 10 years.
Ahead of their grand final series with the Adelaide Lightning, University of Canberra Capitals guard Leilani Mitchell caught up with The CEO Magazine.
In a historically barren summer for Australian batting, newly recalled opener Joe Burns has ended a long drought of hundreds with a bright century against Sri Lanka in the second Test against Sri Lanka.
Ahead of her team's WNBL semifinal series against the Deakin Melbourne Boomers, Adelaide Lightning co-captain Nicole Seekamp talks to The CEO Magazine about the team's hot run of form and the challenge of guarding WNBA star Lindsay Allen.
Czech tennis star Petra Kvitova briefly took over the top spot on the women's rankings with her win yesterday, while Naomi Osaka and Karolína Plíšková have both kept alive their hopes of finishing the Australian Open in the number one position.
After the biggest victory of his life at the Australian Open, Greek tennis wunderkind Stefanos Tsitsipas may have kickstarted the next phase of his burgeoning career, which is tipped to include victories on the Grand Slam stage.
From the World Cup to Wimbledon and exciting new stars to evergreen veterans, these are the moments that made our sporting year in 2018.
India's cricket team can take an unassailable 2-0 series lead in the Test match against Australia, which begins today in Perth. First, however, they must negotiate a wicket which promises to emulate the bounce and pace of the old WACA ground.