USL is making its way back into Austin with its own dedicated field for fans and a revamped franchise that will hopefully be here to stay.
Ready to hit the water and glide around the lakes and rivers of Austin? Be sure to read this guide to stand-up paddleboarding before you set out.
It's rugby season, and this growing sport is heating up in Austin! Not familiar with rugby? Here's a quick guide to the game and watching it in Austin.
Austin may finally get a major league sports team if Major League Soccer can detect enough interest in bringing a franchise to town.
Houston's Tom Herman is taking over Charlie Strong's head coaching job at UT -- and receiving a very nice contract in the process.
Austin, it's official. Now that rock climbing has been approved for the 2020 Olympics, you're going to want to remember the name "Maya Madere."
Austin rock climber Maya Madere won the 2016 USA Climbing Youth National Championship. We caught up with her as she prepares to compete internationally.
We don't know about you, but we cheered crazy hard for the 25 athletes and coaches from the University of Texas who competed in the Rio 2016 Olympics.
The Rio 2016 Olympics might have been hosted in Brazil, but Austin was present throughout the whole affair -- sometimes in unexpected ways!
In the spirit of keeping Austin weird, here are ten events that should definitely be included if anyone ever created an Austin Olympic Games.
As you might have heard, Austin heartthrob, Wild Turkey Spokesman, and UT professor Matthew McConaughey is making a splash at the 2016 Rio Olympics.
Texas has a fair share of athletes at the Olympics, but Austin's share are special to us. In all, 25 current and former Longhorns are doing us proud!
The fans have spoken, and My All American is the movie to watch on Netflix right now, even if you’re not an Austinite or a football fan.
Boy, the hits just keep on coming, as the Republican National Convention is gradually starting to look more and more like the White House Correspondents Dinner.
Poker may not still hold the mainstream popularity that it once did, but there is still a significant group of people who participate in this hobby/sport.
Austin may not be known for its professional sports teams, since we don't actually have any, but that doesn't mean that it's not a city full of fans of everything from football to hockey, and everything in between.
The Color Run®, one of the largest 5k event series in the world, will be in Austin on May 7th. The event will be held at Travis County Expo Center located 7311 Decker Ln, Austin, TX 78724, and the race will begin at 8:00am. Registration is open for individual runners and teams.
We’ve partnered with MOD Fitness to bring a complimentary poolside barre session to you. Enjoy a barre class, then stay and enjoy a dip in the pool and SIPs from the WET Deck bar during our Sunset Sweat summer series.
What began as the most successful Super Bowl halftime special, has now become a global sports league and is headed...
It looks like the Riverside corridor just got a little less diverse in its offerings, as Midway Field House, the hipster version of a sports bar, has closed its doors, reports Austin360.
It has been said that Austin does not have a professional sports team, but that's not entirely true. We've got The Sol, a men's Ultimate Frisbee team.
Why do people exercise? Some do it be healthy. Some do it to lose weight. Some do it because their doctors told them they’d drop dead if they didn’t. Many in Austin do it because they love it.
North Austin Rock Gym and South Austin Rock Gym, known by the local climbing community as "NARG" and "SARG," are a ton of fun. Here's why.