Tennis fans will appreciate Olympians Serena Williams and Rafael Nadal taking rare time last week for interviews amidst Australian Open preparations. Serena is a Lord of the Rings fan!
Meanwhile, can Carolina Suarez Navarro make a comeback from cancer for a Tokyo 2020 swan song?
Even more tennis: The leading stars still have eyes on Tokyo 2020 despite Covid-19 concerns.
Congrats to Swiss snowboarder Mathilde Gremaud, who became the first to have "stomped the first-ever 1440 in women's competition", to win Friday's big air event at the X Games.
Better late than never: Mexico City 1968 track legend Tommie Smith finally gets his own Wheaties cover.
Helen Glover: A British rowing hero looks to make a unique Olympic comeback.
Host Germany is the big winner from the 50th FIL World Luge Championships in Konigssee, with twelve senior medals overall. Julia Taubitz led the way with two German sweeps in the women's events.
Can Australia find a bobsled star from the ranks of Paralympics?
USA Boxing's medal chances at Tokyo 2020 take a hit with the "disqualification" of top contender Keyshawn Davis.
Prospective Olympic mountain biker Haley Smith offers perspective and advice on mental health, a challenge exacerbated by the current pandemic's uncertainties.
Double Olympic triathlon champion Alistair Brownlee has big goals for 2020, including a third title.
CBC: Gymnast Ellie Black looks to cement her return from injury with participation at Tokyo 2020.
Two-time Olympic gymnast Tomas Gonzalez is the latest interview in Chile's Ego Ego magazine.