Swimmer Nicholas Quinn shares with Western People his new determination to qualify for a return to an Olympics, despite the shutdown challenges of the current pandemic.
Speaking of swimmers, it's not just Klete Keller giving retired Olympic swimmers a bad name.
He's the first U.S. men's saber fencer to win a world championship and a senior World Cup title. Now, Eli Dershwitz has his sights on a second Olympics in Tokyo.
Toshikazu Yamanishi is a leading home hope in race walking for Tokyo 2020 after his world championship win. But I'm keen to hear more about my kindred spirit in Agatha Christie fandom.
Past school bullying comes back to haunt South Korea's current volleyball teams, possibly affecting Tokyo 2020 team rosters.
French modern pentathletes, and power couple, Elodie Clauvel and Valentin Belaud share with Tokyo 2020 the living and training adjustments they've made together during this past year.
The first Canadian curler to win gold in consecutive Olympics, Kaitlyn Lawes reflects on the feat with World Curling.
Mikko Koivu, a rare ice hockey player with at least one medal from each major international tournament (U18 Worlds, World Juniors, World Championships, and Olympics), announces his retirement.