A new competition avenue for embattled middle-distance runner Caster Semenya?
But Christian Coleman meets a dead-end in his fight to make it to this year's Games.
Rower - and medical doctor - Philip Doyle looking forward to Tokyo 2020 on both the competitive and medical recovery fronts.
The 42 checks in with several Irish Olympic hopefuls, including hurdler Sarah Lavin, race walker Brendan Boyce, and judoka Ben Fletcher, as they weather the months in training leading up to their ultimate goal at Tokyo 2020.
Magnus Krog: A once-wild-haired Olympic medalist retires from Nordic combined.
And, keep track of all of his season's cross-country retirements via FIS-Ski.com, including veteran Hanna Falk's recent announcement.
Welcome to the other side of celebrity, Gus Kenworthy!
Gymnasts Becky and Ellie Downing look to continue their Olympic ambitions together as sisters for Great Britain at Tokyo 2020.
Add historic flooding to the challenges canoeist Jessica Fox has faced on her Tokyo 2020 journey.
Want to hear fencers interview fellow fencers? Check out Matyas Szabo and Max Hartung's podcast Demaskiert. (mostly in German)
Czech Adam Ondra solidifies his status as Olympic favorite as he wins his 20th career sport climbing World Cup title.
Boxer Mandy Bujold: Another story of how the global pandemic has disrupted athletes' plans for Tokyo 2020, in this case irrevocably.
Sarita Sarita makes history for India as the first two-time Asian Championships titleist in women's wrestling.
Star U.S. swimmer Ryan Murphy opens up about his struggles to combat migraines.
No pressure, but...Adam Peaty may be looked upon for Great Britain's surest gold bet at Tokyo 2020.
More swimming: Cody Simpson makes a splash at the Australian Nationals last week.