As a child, Millie Bright had equestrian hopes first, and "wasn't very good at football", but rose to the challenge to hopefully lead Team Great Britain soccer at Tokyo 2020.
Finn sailor Giles Scott is finally "trying to shake off all the rust" with the first serious competition of the year as he aims to defend his Rio 2016 title.
Budding Olympic stars in surfing, Ramzi Boukhiam and Anat Lelior are the latest subjects in the latest State of Olympic Surfing.
More soccer: catch up with Sydney 2000 Olymian and U.S. national team legend Landon Donovan in a FIFA.org interview.
Rio 2016 medalist Felix Denayer offers a tribute to Covid-19 frontline workers on behalf of the international field hockey community.
Could rugby star Tim Anstee pass on Australia's sevens, now that Covid-19 disrupted his momentum with the team?
Team Canada veteran Sheena Lawrick talks with the Five Rings to Rule Them All podcast on her softball career, being an out gay athlete, and taking time off for family.
Danish runner Thijs Nijuis is a relative late-comer to the marathon, but he is "fully prepared" for the Tokyo 2020 conditions in Sapporo this summer.
Kenyan taekwondo star Faith Ogallo sees the Covid-19 pandemic as an opportunity to discuss climate change issues in the community.
Meanwhile, Aminat Idrees, eight-month pregnant competitor, wins a Nigerian taekwondo title.
Rhys McClenaghan wants to beat the top pommel horse gymnast at Tokyo 2020 and isn't afraid to envision it.
Rhythmic gymnast Sofia Raffaeli had a breakthrough competition at her first senior World Cup, can she keep the momentum at this weekend's next event?
April Ross and Alix Klineman may have an Olympic beach volleyball berth sewn up, but they aren't resting as they continue to train and compete up until the Games.
Frenchwoman Laetitia Guapo and Latvian Nauris Miezis top the newly re-opened FIBA 3x3 individual rankings.
Get to know Mamey Biney, U.S. short track speed skating sensation, courtesy of a Togethxr short film.