Bud Zero on Tap at Upcoming World Cup in Qatar

The company sees restrictions on alcohol as an opportunity to promote its alcohol-free Budweiser Zero.

Germany Haggling over Reparations to Families of 11 Munich Massacre Athletes

"When we talk about reparations, this should be in proportion with other terrorist incidents that took place within Germany."

Lebanese Mixed Martial Arts Fighter Pulls Out of Competition to Avoid Facing Israeli Athlete

Charbel Abou Daher pulled out of the competition in Abu Dhabi after a draw placed him against Israeli athlete Yonatan Mak in the Youth B 48-kilogram weight class category.

Iranian Judoka Flees to Germany After Being Threatened for Interacting with Israeli Athlete

A former member of Iran’s national judo team was threatened by the Iran Judo Federation for having a friendly meeting with Israeli judoka Sagi Muki.

Jordanian Athlete Refuses to Compete Against Israeli Peer

Maysir Al-Dahamsheh, a member of the Jordanian women’s junior taekwondo team, made the move after reaching the finals of the World Taekwondo Cadet Championships.

Jewish Billionaire Rescues Afghan Female Athletes Fleeing the Taliban

"As a Jew, I am guided by the ancient Jewish cultural imperative called Tikkun Olam."

MDA Saves Australian Athlete Who Collapsed at the Maccabiah Games

The MDA team assigned to the match recognized some unusual body language, as they put it.

Israel’s Youth Judo Champions from Gush Etzion

The pride of Gush Etzion: Residents Boaz Greenwald and Benaya Kuperman both win gold medals at the Israeli Youth Judo Championships. At the same time Neta Hadar won silver at the event.

KKL-JNF Releases Old Maccabiah Images to Celebrate the 2022 Games

The Maccabiah Games were proposed by Yosef Yekutieli in 1929 at the Maccabi World Congress.

Construction Begins on Eastern Jerusalem’s First Public Sports and Pool Facility

The community center’s impact is expected to enhance long-term relations between Jews and Arabs in the holy city, say organizers.

YU’s Orthodox Jewish Player Ryan Turell Off NBA Draft & G League Due to...

Yeshiva University's Ryan Turell will not play in the summer league as he's yet to be cleared from his injury.

Meet 9th Grader Aries Wickham, First Harlem Athlete Representing US at Maccabiah Games

Aries said that her Judaism has played a significant role in her remaining focused through the hardship she endured.

Israelis Can go to Qatar for 2022 World Cup Soccer Tournament

Previously, Israeli citizens could only enter Qatar for such events if they also held another nation’s passport.

Israeli MindFly’s Bodycams Will Enable EuroLeague Fans to Experience Everything the Players on the...

Fans will be able to watch, hear, and experience everything their favorite player does while on the court.

NFL’s Howard Katz Rejects Giants’ Plea Not to Play on Rosh HaShanah

Christians aren’t prohibited from watching TV or going to a game on Christmas the way Jews do on the high holidays.

Cycling Fanatic Donates $1 Million to Complete Bike Trail in Terror-Stricken Elad

The donation will help fund construction as well as lights, fences, and cameras to create a safe cycling track.

NBA Hall of Famer Ray Allen Training Arab & Jewish Girls in Jerusalem

“Take basketball, use basketball, to allow you to change the world.”

Report: Qatar Hemorrhaging World Cup Sponsors Leery of Its Corruption, Abysmal Human Rights Record

The German national team wore T-shirts with the slogan “human rights” before a World Cup qualifying match last year.

Israeli Olympic Gold Medalist Linoy Ashram Says She’s Retiring

From this point forward, the gold medalist said, she will become a member of the coaching staff for the Israeli national gymnastics team.

Ukrainian Refugee Wins Jerusalem Marathon with Time of 2:45:5

The male winner of the full marathon was Agzi Guadi, 33, from Israel, with a time of 2:37:17.

Yeshiva University’s Ryan Turell, Orthodox Jew, in NBA Draft

Would local Jews help him with a minyan Friday nights and Shabbat mornings? They might score free tickets…

Israeli Athlete Withdraws from Paralympics Slalom after Race Mmoved to Shabbat

Sheina Vaspi still made history, becoming the first Israeli to compete in the Winter Paralympic Games when she finished the women’s giant slalom.

World’s New Acrobatic Gymnastics Champion Comes from Samaria

Jonathan currently serves as an IDF soldier with an outstanding athlete status, meaning he can continue to train professionally while serving.

Billionaire Roman Abramovich to Sell Chelsea FC, Donate From Sale to Help Victims of...

"In the current situation, I have therefore taken the decision to sell the club, as I believe this is in the best interest of the club, the fans, the employees, as well as the club's sponsors and partners," Abramovich said.

Red Sox Dump Minor Leaguer for Racist Attacks on their Jewish Chief Baseball Officer

At 6:10 AM on Saturday, Feb. 26, Netzer tweeted: "Chaim Bloom is a bad actor."

Tel Aviv Marathon Runners Brave Stormy Friday, 1 Runner Collapsed

Friday's run was started earlier, to avoid the rainstorms that had been forecast for Friday.

Beijing Olympic Committee Asks Chabad Rabbi to Organize the Kosher Food

Chabad emissary Rabbi Shimon Freundlich was asked to organize kosher food for the Jewish athletes, coaches, and journalists. One of them is ice skater Hailey Kops.

Israeli Companies to Advertise During NFL Super Bowl

The average ad spot sale this year is $6.5 million per half a minute, with the event broadcasting a total of between 80 to 90 commercials.

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