A Look at Featured Headlines on Olympic Sport Athletes
Can Tokyo Olympian Stefanos Tsitsipas finish the year in the top two of the ATP men's tennis rankings?
Maybe there is something to that speculation of retired tennis player Ashleigh Barty and a future in golf...
And even more tennis! London 2012 silver medalist Maria Sharapova makes a baby announcement.
Jean Frederic Chapuis leads the names of freeski cross athletes recently announcing their retirement.
"On a mission to dominate every format possible". Meet triathlete Martin van Riel.
Olympics great Teddy Riner launches 'respectful' Fightart brand of judo clothing.
Gymnast Takhmina Ikromova may be Uzbekistan's next 'big rhythmic star' after a recent star turn.
Kristok Milak looks ahead to swimming's world championships later this year, in his 'home arena'.
Tokyo 2020 road cycling champion Anna Kiesenhofer adds some higher-ed to her new bike model.
Meanwhile, retired star cyclist Bradley Wiggins gets personal with Men's Health UK: mental health, predatory coaches, and more.
And even more road cycling...Dylan van Baarle's recent Paris-Roubaix win is a result of 'believing in himself' more than before.
Football superstar - and Athens 2004 Olympian - Cristiano Ronaldo shares heartbreaking family news.
Might Gerard Pique's addition to Team Spain's Tokyo 2020 soccer squad have made a golden difference?
Olympic softball player Tori Vidales is also a huge advocate for literacy and reading.
Filipina 'Wonder Woman' Hidilyn Diaz gets the cover story in the latest Mega Active magazine.
She won speed skating gold only a few years after first trying the sport...is Alpine skiing the next challenge for Erin Jackson?
Double Olympian Tom Bosworth talks of 'the art of race walking' with Athletics Weekly.
Now that's an acronym: Olympic legends Carl Lewis, Jackie Joyner-Kersee and Merlene Ottey lead the field for the inaugural Collegiate (track & field) Athlete Hall of Fame inductions for the USTFCCCA.
With the Boston Marathon victory, Peres Jipchirir adds another major crown to her legacy.
Gymnast Csenge Backsay's season is going to plan as she looks down the road to help qualify Team Hungary to Paris 2024.
Team Argentina has Player of the Final Marcos Moneta and his ten tries for a World Rugby Sevens Series win 14 years in the making.