Rounding Up Some Recent Headlines on Olympic Sport Athletes
Will Albertville 1992 and Lillehammer 1994 Olympic ice dancer Susanna Rahkamo become the next president of the International Skating Union?
Gymnast Sunisa Lee plans a comeback...for her sophomore year at Auburn University.
Team USA stars Erin Jackson (speed skating), Mikaela Shiffrin (Alpine skiing), and Nathan Chen (figure skating) are some of NBC's inspirational Americans of the past year.
Brittney Griner gets a season-opening honor from the WNBA and its teams as the basketball star languishes still in Russia.
Meanwhile, Team Australia basketball star Liz Cambage is now in Los Angeles and 'done living someone else's dream'.
Even more WNBA...Is Olympian Han Xu the leading international player to watch this season?
And budding star Josh Giddey thinks Team Australia can upgrade from basketball bronze at Paris 2024.
Was there a doubt that Tokyo 2020 champion Joe Choong is against the removal of equestrian as a modern pentathlon element?
And two-time Olympic modern pentathlete Kate Allenby weighs in as well, with a critical Inside the Games blog post.
After a highlight WBO win, Nguyen Thi Thu Nhi is a rising boxer to watch as the women's world championships begin this week.
Diver Sam Fricker gets the feature story treatment from Australian Olympians magazine (along with water poloist Taniele Gofers).
Ten Zimbabwean athletes, across swimming, track & field, judo, rowing, and triathlon, are in line for Olympic Solidarity scholarships to help cover 'accident and illness insurance, plus travel costs'.
Judoka Armen Bagdasarov, who won his nation's first Olympic medal with an Atlanta 1996 silver, is among those honored during Uzbekistan's Olympic Committee's 30th anniversary celebrations.
After becoming the first to defeat both tennis greats Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic on clay in the same tournament, Carlos Alcaraz then becomes the second-youngest player to win two ATP Masters 1000 titles.
Speaking of which...double Olympic champion Rafael Nadal talks managing through injury pain "every single day".
Biathletes Dorothea Wierer and Marte Olsbu Roeiseland are not done yet with their careers. (in French)
The Advocate: 'Tom Daley dives deep on Olympic gold, knitting, and being a dad'.
He's an Ironman...Kristian Blummenfelt is the first to hold Olympic triathlon and World Ironman Championship titles in the same year.
"The Sacrifice Game": freestyle skier Gus Kenworthy gets another horror movie showcase.
Swimmer Adam Peaty's 'The Gladiator Mindset', soccer player Rachel Yankey's 'How to be a Footballer and Other Sports Jobs', and short track speed skater Elise Christie's 'Resilience' land amongst the nominees for The Sunday Times' '2022 Sports Book Awards'.
Star wrestler Ismael Borrero is the latest high-profile athlete defection from Cuba.
Rio 2016 wrestling medalist Sakshi Malik reflects on the support from her mother for Mothers' Day.
Boxer Charley Davison hopes her disappointing Tokyo 2020 experience propels her to Paris 2024 success.
Australian Olympian soccer star Samatha Kerr is a 'Football Writers' Player of the Year' winner.
'Power' is one word that comes to International Ski Federation's mind when thinking about Alpine skier Alice Robinson.
Rio 2016 steeplechase champion Conseslus Kipruto admits the Kenyan loss of the Olympic title at Tokyo 2020 was "the most painful and difficult thing".
Middle-distance runner Isiah Jewett looks to be known for global success as much as his sportmanship.
Sprinters Bianca Williams and Ricardo dos Santos get a favorable judgement in a police stop case.
'Rewriting the history books and breaking records.' Sprinter Favour Ofili is one to watch this 2022 season.