A Look at Select Headlines Featuring Olympic Sport Athletes
Biathlonworld.com makes predictions for the rest of the 2021/22 season.
ESPN.com: Relive Mirabai Chanu's historic weightlifting silver medal at Tokyo 2020.
Skeleton star Tomass Dukurs wins only his second-ever career World Cup race...18 years after his first.
On the other end of the skeleton spectrum, can Brendan Doyle is on the cusp of Beijing 2022 after recovery from "night terrors, PTSD, panic attacks, insomnia...".
Meanwhile, World Curling looks at Team Canada's Brad Gushue's Olympic return, coming 16 years after his Turin 2006 gold.
Athlete to Watch: 16-years-old Connor Bedard is the youngest-ever player to score four goals in a world junior hockey championship game.
From college lacrosse to Olympic bobsledding: meet Team USA's Josh Williamson.
More bobsled: Can Brad Hall's recent run be good momentum toward Beijing 2022 success?
Gymnast Simone Biles: "I'm prouder of the lesson I gave the world in Tokyo than all my medals."
Taekwondo star Jack Woolley chats with 42.ie on his struggles with diet and food, and the up-and-down year 2021 was for him.
2021's number one judokas set to receive a cash bonus from the International Judo Federation - a reward all sports should follow!
FIVB.com: Meet Sam Deroo, Athletes Commission member with "passion for volleyball".
Olympians galore on the list of Great Britain's New Year Honours List, including cyclists Jason and Laura Kenny, divers Matty Lee and Tom Daley, swimmer Adam Peaty, sailor Hannah Mills, gymnast Max Whitlock, sprinter Kirani James, and triathletes Flora Duffy and Alex Yee, amongst others.
Szilagyi sisters: Hungarian sibling swimmers launch a public abuse allegation dispute.
Tokyo 2020's women's skateboarding finalists honored with a Fair Play Award due to their collective response to Misugu Okamoto's final-run crash.
Speaking of crashes, has luger Emily Sweeney mentally recovered from hers at Pyeongchang 2018?
Speed skating star Sven Kramer confirmed for his fifth Olympics at Beijng 2022 as Team Netherlands makes its squad announcement.
Sport climber Adam Ondra has "shaken off the Olympics" and is on a climbing tear lately.
FIH.com: What do some of your favorite field hockey stars wish to see in 2022?
Arya Fontana leads Team Italy's short track goals in Beijing 2022, her fifth Games: "It's exciting for me to still be here".
Real Woman: Track & field star Athing Mu is a "legend in the making".
AIPS Best Female Athlete: Sprinter Elaine Thompson-Herah wins another significant year-end accolade.
Freestyle aerialist Abby Willcox is on the road to Beijing after a recovery from last year's knee injury.
No passport, no phone charger, "no mum, no coach"...no problem for freestyle skier Eileen Gu.