World Championship Weekend Edition
Meanwhile, Joey Mantia's mass start win is his third in the event, all coming in odd-numbered years. Brittany Bowe's 1000 meter win was also a third win in the event for her.
With his fourth round victory over Milos Raonic at the Australian Open, Novak Djokovic is just the second man in history with 300 career Grand Slam match wins. He chases Roger Federer, who is not playing in Melbourne, and carries 362.
Rio 2016 champion Simone Biles gets the documentary treatment in the upcoming Simone vs Herself.
More gymnastics: Brazilian Arthur Nory has a bit of good news after a robbery scare.
Five Canadian Olympic champions, including Patrick Chan and Catriona Le May Doan, recap what they've been up to over the last year as they worked to "stay grounded when everything went off the rails last March".
Can badminton player Sai Praneeth overcome injury to reach Olympic qualification for India?
Beatrice Chepkoech has a second world record, after her 5K road victory in Monaco this weekend.
Kimia Alizadeh, Iran's only female Olympic medalist, on track to attempt Tokyo 2020 taekwondo qualification as a Refugee Team athlete.
Tiril Eickhoff dominates the World Biathlon Championships, with three gold medals in three women's events...and three more events yet to go.
Congrats to Alex Fiva for representing the 'veterans'...as he, at 35, is the "oldest FIS World Ski Cross Champion ever".
Welsh swimmers Georgia Davies, Dan Jervis, and Alys Thomas are grateful for the unique training opportunities as they prepare to represent Team Great Britain at Tokyo 2020.
Congrats to Olympic champion swimmer Nathan Adrian as he enters fatherhood!
Tasmania, bonsai, and more on the road to Tokyo 2020...triathlete Jake Birthwhistle is World Triathlete's latest podcast feature subject interview.
Ski jumper Juliane Seyfarth aims to "raise awareness for the sport", and probably some eyebrows, with an appearance in Playboy magazine.
Champion canoeist Lisa Carrington is "the most influential Maori sports personality of the last 30 years". Congratulations!