More swimming: Team Great Britain's Duncan Scott is focused on doing his best at Tokyo 2020, and blocking out pre-meet rankings.
U.S. cross country skier Rosie Brennan shares thoughts on the past season in US Ski & Snowboard's "A Letter to My Younger Self".
New Zealand's rugby sevens team gets a boost as Super Rugby stars Caleb Clarke and Etene Nanai-Saturo are cleared to join training.
Team captain Prisilla Rivera will retire at the end of the 2021 season, marking a close to a long volleyball career for the Dominican Republic star.
Takeshi Kamura practiced piano over the pandemic to strengthen his hand work for badminton. He thinks it's helped.
The U.S. women's basketball team looks to be different this cycle, as stalwarts Angel McCoughtry and Maya Moore face selection challenges.
And, congrats to London 2012 gold medalist - and UCLA Bruin! - Russell Westbrook, who became the all-time leader in NBA career triple-doubles on Monday night.
Gymnast Eythora Thorsdottir has a new floor routine, and wants to "touch souls" through it.
Side note to Sam Kerr's winning the Golden Boot award for most goals in the women's Premier League...she now has a treble, adding to her Australian and U.S. league scoring titles.
Could we Major League Baseball superstar Albert Pujols at the Olympics for the Dominican Republic?
Can long jumper Izmir Smajlaj win a first-ever Olympic medal for Albania?
Runner Nikki Hiltz responds to the haters with love for her supporters.
Shot putter Raven Saunders opens up on her mental health challenges in a new documentary effort, hoping to help others find support.
Shooter Lynda Kiejko will be continuing her father's - and her sister's legacy - with a second Olympic appearance this summer.