A Roundup of News Headlines Featuring Olympic Sport Athletes
Liudmila Luzan has a heartfelt message for Ukraine on her mind after a successful last few days in the canoeing world cup stop.
Bobsledders Laura Nolte and Deborah Levu get a "Generation F" look back at their journey to Beijing 2022. (in German, geo-restricted)
The second-ever female taekwondo Olympian for Nigeria, Elizabeth Anyanacho gets scholarship funding for a push toward the next Games.
Meanwhile, taekwondo Olympian Farzad Mansouri recounts his family's escape from Afghanistan just months after his Tokyo Olympic appearance.
Rising badminton player Pornpawee Chochuwong has plans to get herself a medal in Paris 2024.
"We want to leave the team better off for future generations." Phumelela Mbande and Bernadette Coston look to move South Africa into a global power in field hockey.
Short track speed skater Maame Biney recently enjoyed a bit of racing at the Miami Grand Prix.
Soccer player Ada Hegerberg returns to her national team in a 'new chapter' for Norway's women's team.
Team USA Olympic champions Christie Rampone and Shannon Boxx join the National Soccer Hall of Fame alongside other star inductees for 2022.
Kenya's National Olympic Committee awards 11 scholarships to Paris 2024 hopefuls, including tennis player Angela Okutoyi, boxer Christine Ongare, among others.
The New York Times: 'Rafael Nadal is the French Open's Man of Mystery'.
Approaching a fifth Commonwealth Game, gymnast Misha Koudinov is "having more fun with (his) training than ever before".
'Poise and steadiness' earned Lucie Trnkova a first medal in World Cup gymnastics this season.
Olympic golfer Mito Pereira wins over new fans despite a high-profile loss at the PGA Championship.
More Thai emerging stars: Puripol Boonson turns some heads with a fast track sprinting double at the Southeast Asian Games.
Meanwhile...once-promising (?) sprinter Sha'Carri continued the air of mystery around her.
And more sprinting: Dina Asher-Smith weighs in on the long-standing women's sprint world records.
An off-season working on hip, core - and mental - strength has Canadian Jerome Blake sprinting fast this early season.
Can Olympic champion Neeraj Chopra catch up to his javelin rivals' long distances this season?
Tokyo 2020 middle distance-medalist runner Josh Kerr stirs conversation around sponsorship and corporate funding for athletes.
Middle-distance runner Keely Hodginkinson on target for a rivalry renewal with Athing Mu in the 800 meters after a strong weekend showing.
Speaking of Athing Mu...listen in to her, along with fellow track stars Anna Cockrell, Femita Ayanbeku, and Mary Cain as they discuss mental health and and self-image as elite athletes.
Olympic medalist Blessing Oborududu's 11th (!) title was a major headline during the African Wrestling Championships this weekend.
More wrestling: Tamyra Mensah-Stock's Olympic success results in a food truck gift for her mother.
Swiss veteran ice hockey player Andres Ambuhl hits a 120 game career milestone.
Basketball star and Olympian Luka Doncic draws unnecessary culinary attention during the NBA playoffs.
Double Olympic basketball Olympian John Stockton continues to mar his legacy through support for insurrectionist friends.
Champion swimmer Nathan Adrian continues to "Make a Splash" as he pushes swim education.
Swimmer Siobhan Haughey is back with 'Olympic-sized ambitions' with a return to the pool.
World record-holding swimmer Hunter Armstroing talks going professional and more with SwimSwam.
Beijing 2008 softball player Maria Soto is the first-ever woman to lead Venezuela's Olympic Committee. (in Spanish)
Olympians Bassa and Mikael Mawem talk to Courier about their new sports climbing center, helping to grow the sport, and more. "We're living our dreams and we're thankful for that every day."