IJF.org checks in with Argentinian judoka star Paula Pareto from earlier this month...she's determined to make the most of Tokyo 2020 despite training difficulties this Olympic cycle.
Double Olympic gold medalist Patrick Marleau sets a new record for most National Hockey League games played, with his 1,768th on Monday.
China's soccer star Wang Shuang is still riding high after scoring Olympic qualification and has high hopes for team improvement this summer.
Eric Radford un-retires with a new pairs partner in Vanessa James. A new power duo in figure skating, to the surprise of some.
Romanian star gymnast Larisa Iordache confirms a return trip to the Olympics. Can she challenge Simone Biles in the Tokyo 2020 all-around?
Meanwhile, Melanie de Jesus dos Santos has bigger plans than to defend her all-around title at this week's European Gymnastics Championships: the Olympics.
2020/21 season breakout star Sturla Holm Laegreid shares with Biathlon World his battle with mononucleosis from a few years ago.
A Brazilian fencing star? World champion epee specialist Nathalie Moelhausen looks to set an example for her countrymen at Tokyo 2020.
Veteran discus thrower Dani Stevens leads the Australian track & field contingent as the voice of reason ahead of the pandemic-afflicted Tokyo Games.
Meanwhile, champion shot putter Tom Walsh shares with Team New Zealand the "tough year" he's faced.
Spanish water polo player - and out LGBT activist - Victor Gutierrez faces down anti-LGBT language and bullying in the domestic league.
Mathilda Karlsson wins a victory for Sri Lankan Olympic qualification via the courts in equestrian, but where's Hong Kong's side of the saga for Kenneth Cheng?
Team Great Britain's Sam Walker is up to the underdog's challenge of securing Olympic qualification in table tennis this week. He's off to a mixed start so far...
Karate star Hamideh Abbasali is back from serious injury and focused on Tokyo 2020 success.
Beijing 2008 freestyle wrestler Ben Askren hits a payday in the ring despite a loss, and fans aren't happy.
Deepika Kumari is headed to her third Olympics this summer, and this time she's hoping her improved "thought control" leads to better performance, too.