A Look At Olympic Sports Athletes Making Headlines
Collegiate fandom hits a low mark with "Russia" jabs at Ukrainian basketball player Max Shulga.
Will Team USA star Diana Taurasi attempt a sixth basketball gold medal with Paris 2024 looming?
Meanwhile, fellow basketball star Elena Delle Donne is ready for the new season this year after "the greatest" offseason.
And...Olympic and pro basketball champion LeBron James becomes the all-time point leader in the NBA.
Rower Anastasiia Silvina and tennis player Yuliia Zhytelna are recent CalHOPE Courage Award winners - while navigating life away from Ukraine.
Almost back inside the top 100, Oceane Dodin is ITF World Tennis Tour's 'Player of the Month' for January.
Team USA tennis star Jessica Pegula gets personal in The Players' Tribune with a reflection on her mom's cardiac arrest.
Is Olympic bronze medalist Harry Garside prioritizing entertainment over boxing?
Still relatively new to bobsled, Kaysha Love is learning the front seat while holding down back seat duties.
Greg Cackett and Taylor Lawrence think that Team Great Britain's medal success at the recent bobsled worlds is a sign of things to come at Milan Cortina 2026.
Will swimmer Ariarne Titmus defend her Olympic gold? A showdown this year against Katie Ledecky will be telling.
"King of Cats" Tang Chia-hung hopes 2023 will show 'everything he is capable of' in gymnastics.
Team Canada ice hockey star Sarah Nurse makes an impression on the ice at the NHL All-Star Game...and gets a job invitation.
Kazakh kayak Olympian Aleksandr Dyadchuk finds recent success as a coach with Team India, but keeps the athletes' "targets much higher".
Team Spain's champion canoeist Saul Craviotto gives an assist to the NFL's Chicago Bears' 'Mini Monsters' international youth program.
Team Turkey wrestling is hit hard by the unprecedented earthquakes at the start of the week.
Fresh off an 80 for Brady cameo, freestyle skier Gus Kenworthy has the romantic comedy acting bug.
Olympian Sergy Rikhter takes a stand for Team Israel in the face of political exclusion at a recent shooting sport World Cup.
All eyes will be on the home team's Denise Herrmann-Wick as the World Biathlon Championships hit Oberhof this week.
Star judoka Clarisse Agbegnenou has a special meeting with the French prime minister...
...while Team Italy's volleyball stars get an audience with the pope.
Can badminton player Sankar Muthusamy Subramanian duplicate his junior-level success as a senior?
The World Triathlon Podcast checks in with Rio 2016 champion Gwen Jorgensen as she continues her comeback to competition after a maternity break.
"I think this is the greatest moment in my life." Mathias Gidsel and Team Denmark celebrate their recent World Handball Championship at home.
Champion soccer player Becky Sauerbrunn wades into support for transgender girls' access to sport.
Short track speed skater Lin Xiaoyun's success with Team China riles up his former countrymen.
Team Great Britain's Olympic medalist curling skip David Murdoch set for a big switch to Team Canada.
Meanwhile, former NFL football star Jared Allen has Olympic curling dreams...that started with a bet.
With the current upper hand, star cyclist Mathieu van der Poel has "respect" for his on-going rivalry with competitive nemesis Wout van Aert.
Fellow road cyclist Mark Cavendish sees two of his assailants sentenced for the high-profile robbery.
Surfer Leo Fioravanti has thoughts on World Surfing League's partnership with Apple: "...my watch didn't work from start to finish. And that's pretty heavy".
"Trust" has been key for Katharina Bauer's rise to the top of World Archery's rankings this year.
CNN: Track cyclist Kelly Catlin and snowboarder Ellie Soutter are two unfortunate examples of female athletes succumbing to possibly concussion-related suicides.
Team Great Britain's skateboarding squad for this week's world park championships features the event's largest age gap - 37 years between 12-year-old Tommy Calvert and 49-year-old Andy MacDonald.
A fateful trip to a skate park - with rollerblades - inspired Aurelien Giraud to skateboarding. He's now a world street champion.