Magnus Carlsen Wins The 2016 World Chess Championship
It’s the third time Carlsen has won the championship, and he has reigned as world champion since 2013.
The year in quotes - Junk food, big b***s, and a 'kamzor' who won gold
ESPN brings you the most explosive quotes of 2016 from the world of Indian sport as told to our writers.
Anand draws against world no. 2 Caruana in London
Five-time world champion Viswanathan Anand got off to a good start with an easy draw against World No. 2 Fabiano Caruana from USA in the first round of the London Chess Classic.
Over to tiebreaks at World Chess Championship
Magnus Carlsen and Sergey Karajkin were tied at 6-6 at the end of the regulation games in New York.
ICYMI: Top stories of the week
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Anand wins Champions Showdown in St Louis
Viswanathan Anand beat three other grandmasters to the top spot.
Computer hacking now a factor in chess.
Chess Grand Master Maurice Ashley and chess player Max Kellerman join Bob Ley to discuss the impact computer hacking has had on the game and what is required of these players to stay on top of their game in a six or seven hour match.
Harika enters top five of world chess rankings
Harika Dronavalli broke back into the top five in the world chess rankings after a commanding show in the Isle of Man International Chess tournament that concluded earlier this week.
Anand remains joint third after another draw
Ian Nepomniachtchi of Russia remains in lead with one round left at the Tal Memorial in Moscow.
Anand draws with Svidler, remains joint third
Viswanathan Anand will take on tournament leader Ian Nepomniachtchi of Russia next at the Tal Memorial in Moscow.
Anand to face Svidler in Tal Memorial International
Viswanathan Anand will meet Russian Peter Svidler in the seventh round of 10th Tal Memorial International chess tournament.
Anand plays out easy draw against Tomashevsky
India's Viswanathan Anand played out an easy draw against Evgeny Tomashevsky of Russia in the sixth round to remain in the third spot in the 10th Tal Memorial Chess tournament in Moscow.
World Championship to stay in Iran - FIDE
The world chess body, FIDE, has ruled out moving next year's women's World Championship out of Iran despite protests from top players over adhering to the mandatory Islamic dress code.
Kasparov pitches support for 'no hijab'
Former world champion Garry Kasparov urges players to protest against FIDE's decision to stage the 2017 Women's World Chess Championship in Iran.
Anand wins in Round 5, moves to third spot
Viswanathan Anand beat Boris Gelfand at the Tal Memorial tournament in Moscow where Anish Giri of the Netherlands leads the 10-player field.
Anand loses to Kramnik in Tal Memorial
After four rounds in Moscow, Anish Giri of the Netherlands is in the lead.
Tal Memorial: Anand slips to third
Five-time world champion Viswanathan Anand played out a draw with Li Chao of China to slip to the third position at the end of the third round of the 10th Tal Memorial Chess tournament.
Anand in joint lead after second-round win
Viswanathan Anand -- joint leader along with Anish Giri and Ian Nepomniachtchi -- will next play against China's Li Chao in the Tal Memorial chess tournament.
An Undefeated Conversation with Lupita Nyong'o.
The Undefeated's Kelley Carter interviews Lupita Nyong'o about her recent role in Disney's Queen of Katwe
Anand: In chess, 40 is the new 50
At 46, Viswanathan Anand's battle to stay relevant in a sport increasingly peopled by players roughly half his age only gets tougher.
Cubs snag a doubleheader sweep of Brewers
The Chicago Cubs' doubleheader sweep of the Milwaukee Brewers was a team effort, as 21 of the Cubs' active players took part in the wins.
Facing DeSean Jackson forces learning curve for Josh Norman
After facing bigger receivers in the NFC South, Josh Norman is eager learn against smaller receivers such as new teammate DeSean Jackson.
The Tamilian gentleman who took on the world
For two and a half decades Viswanathan Anand has been at the pinnacle of world chess. For about four years starting in 2007, he played the game as well as anyone has ever done.
Greatest moments in Indian sport: No. 4. Anand wins the unified chess title
Anand had been a young prodigy, but he put to rest all doubts over his claims to greatness when he won the world title in 2007.
Olympic athletes take their best guess as to what they'd be doing if they weren't in their sport.
John Brewin reviews the eight matches that ultimately doomed Louis van Gaal's tenure as manager at Manchester United.
South African fast bowler Kyle Abbott brags about his angling skills, and confesses to bullying Australians in the Kings XI dressing room.
Usain Bolt attempted to juggle a ball on a tennis racket as he left a press conference ahead of running in the Golden Spike event in Prague on Friday.
PGA Tour Champions golfer Mark O'Meara joins The Paul Finebaum Show to discuss the Regions Traditions Tournament and his relationship with Tiger Woods.
The sport and media landscape has changed so much that we may never have definitive voices like his ever again.