Select Olympic Sport Athlete Headlines From the Week
And Ukrainian canoeists find support, too...
Who will win Laureus' 'World Breakthrough of the Year' for 2021? Nominees include Olympic swimmer Ariarne Titmus, javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra, triple jumper Yulimar Rojas, and soccer player Pedri, amongst others.
Team Australia announces six recipients of Olympic Scholarship funding for their Paris 2024 goals: boxer Caitlin Parker, weightlifter Eileen Cikamatana, archer Laura Pagelis, wrestler Jayden Lawrence, table tennis player Nicholas Lum, and judoka Uros Nikolic.
Steve Sir, Thibaut Vervoort, Sandra Ygueravide, and Prezemyslaw Zamojski are some of the standout 3x3 basketball players from last season that has FIBA talking.
Team Great Britain: Gold-medalist curler Eve Muirhead reflects on Beijing 2022 and the 'whirlwind' aftermath few weeks.
Can Christa Ramasimong help the hometeam South Africans "make history as a team" at the upcoming Hockey Women's Junior World Cup?
Hong Kong's Barcelona 1992 swimmer Robyn Lansam takes a big walk with her son to support mental health initiatives.
Stuff features Isabel Wall, a New Zealand rower competing in both para and able-bodied competitions.
Three-time gold medalist Kim St. Pierre named to the Order of Hockey in Canada for 2022.
Happy St. Patrick's Day: Irish sprinter Brian Gregan can finally see 'a brighter path ahead' as injuries woes are currently behind him and he eyes his first international meet since 2017.
Decathlete Cedric Dubler's camaraderie toward a teammate on the Tokyo 2020 track earns him a new sportsmanship award.
More Australian athletics: Pole vaulter Kurtius Marschall has hopes of renewed consistency for 2022.
Vietnam's Nguyen Thi Bich Thuy talks dedicating her historic FIFA Women's World Cup qualifying-goal to her late father.
Ski jumper Robert "The Flying Moustache" Johansson has 'learned to cope' with the disappointment of not medaling at Beijing 2022.
Two-time Olympic gold medalist Brittney Griner's predicament in Russia is "the most audacious hostage-taking by a state imaginable".
Meanwhile, fellow Tokyo 2020 gold Team USA basketball medalist Zach LaVine shares his reformed diet.
Figure skater Cha Jun-Hwan meets his 'ideal type' on South Korea's Running Man program.
Two-time Olympic ice dancers and Beijing 2022 medalists Madison Hubbell and Zach Donohue look to close out their career at the World Championships 'on another high'.