The Pyeongchang Winter Olympics is drawing Jewish athletes from Israel, the United States and Canada.
Colin Tatz explores the long (and often anti-Semitic) history of Jews and sport.
Nathan and Joshua Katz, two brothers from Australia now headed to the Olympics, are Jews with judo in their blood.
We are endlessly fascinated by stories of Jews who play sports and play them well. An under-the-radar publication suggests there are more of them than you might think.
More than 55 years after the Jews’ beloved Dodgers left town, Brooklyn has finally landed a bigtime sports franchise in the Nets.