Let’s take a moment to remember all the famous athletes and sports figures who have passed away in 2023 — they may be gone, but they’re never forgotten.
Josef Newgarden Wins His First Ever Indy 500 in Thrilling Fashion and 20 Other Drivers to Win in Past Years
On May 28, Josef Newgarden became the newest winner of the Indianapolis 500, also known as the Indy 500 — can you name the previous 20 winners of the race?
ESPN’s Victoria Arlen, 28, Discusses Her Harrowing Experience With Paralysis and Her Relapse: ‘My Worst Nightmare Came True’
Last year, ESPN personality Victoria Arlen was left completely immobile for the second time in her life. Now, she’s ready to share her story.
Floridian equestrian Hannah Serfass tragically passed away after a horse fell on her during a competition on Sunday. She was only 15.
In a lawsuit filed by a female cheerleader, the anonymous athlete alleges that Navarro College cheerleading coach Monica Aldama discouraged her from reporting the crime.
UFC fighter Felipe “Cabocão” Colares tragically passed away in Guaratiba after he was hit by a bus on Monday morning. He was 29.
Marly Rivera, a longtime baseball reporter, was recently fired by ESPN after she was seen cussing out another journalist at New York’s Yankee Stadium.
Dean Holland, a decorated Australian jockey, tragically passed away last week at the age of 34 after being thrown from a horse in the middle of a race.
After completing the London Marathon in two hours and 53 minutes, runner Steve Shanks passed away suddenly on his way home from the race. He was 45.
Track and field athlete Tara Davis-Woodhall proudly took home the 2023 USATF Indoor Championship title in February.