Shaun’s work has appeared in such places as Glamour, Maxim, the New York Times, Esquire and The Village Voice. He is also a founding writer with ESPN Magazine. A select archive is curated here.
Counter-Strike has spawned a wild multibillion-dollar world of online casino gambling; it’s barely regulated and open to any kid who wants in.
A former Texas A&M standout committed an unthinkable crime. How did so many people miss the warning signs?
The exclusive account of how a small band of federal agents and an outsized corrupt official brought down the sports world’s biggest governing body.
Li Na and Peng Shuai have launched a tennis craze in China. But by challenging the communist sports machine, they’ve also forced the next generation to choose sides.
To Brandon Johnson, it seemed harmless enough: a quick way to make some money, help out a friend, and quietly stick it to the university he’d come to loathe. Then the FBI rolled up to the Houston town house in full arrest mode.
An eight month investigation into Auburn’s 2010-11 national championship team reveals how the use of the synthetic marijuana among its star players caused one of the fastest downfalls in college football.
I travel to Kenya’s Rift Valley to unravel the mysterious death of the country’s star marathoner, and come away with more sure than ever that he was murdered.
Has a 20-year crackdown on British soccer hooligans worked? I travelled to London to see in advance of the 2012 Olympics.
The definitive profile of Darrelle Revis, the Jets shut-down corner, published just before his headline hold-out.
In the largest genetic study ever undertaken among U.S. pro athletes, I asked 100 current and former NFL athletes to give me their DNA. The result: A revealing look at the way genetic testing is about to transform training.