Olympic Sport Athletes Making Headlines
"The door is always open" for veterans Anna O'Flanagan and Chloe Watkins to return to Team Ireland's field hockey squad, despite a 'new-look' team for the upcoming World Cup.
Meanwhile, Michelle Struijk hopes "to play some really nice hockey" at the World Cup as she helps guide Team Belgium to its third consecutive appearance.
Olympic champion bobsledder Francesco Friedrich adds speed to his push team with Felix Straub.
Boxer Rashida Ellis is the first American woman to win world championship lightweight gold...and she credits her "mental fortitude".
"Taekwondo has changed my life." Syrian refugee athlete Wael Fawaz Al-Farraj takes another go at Olympic qualification as he meets with sports officials.
How are some of Team Great Britain's Olympic sports athletes celebrating 'National School Sport Week'?
FIS takes a look at some of the cross-country skiers with recent family announcements...
A feature from last month in Numero focuses on fencer and 'modern day Renaissance Man' Race Imboden: Olympics, life in Paris, modeling, and more.
The Medal Count: Who were some of the artistic gymnasts that got married recently?
So...why didn't star gymnast Urara Ushiakawa not make Team Japan's 2022 world championship squad?
Figure skater Nathan Chen's memoir, "One Jump at a Time", takes readers to his childhood and his Olympic success.
Speed skater Kai Verbij honored with the VISA Award for best exemplifying 'the values of friendship, acceptance, and inspiration' during Beijing 2022.
Double Olympic basketball medalist Mitch Richmond is the latest guest on the "Knuckleheads" podcast: playing on the Dream Team II, the Hall of Fame, and more.
Star basketball-er Brittney Griner's dire predicament in Russian jail continues to take a toll on her wife's patience, to say the least.
Will super star Steph Curry make a return to Team USA? An Olympic gold is the one major basketball medal missing for him.
Four-time Olympic medalist Lauren Jackson set to return to Team Australia's basketball team after a nine- year (!) international retirement.
And...is boxing legend Roy Jones Jr. actually helping Griner's release?
Rio 2016 Olympian Philipp Kohlschreiber on the brink of the end to a "great and wonderful career".
Hana Kuma: Tennis ace Naomi Osaka turns media mogul alongside basketball-er LeBron James.
Newsweek's coverage of the historic Title IX legislation's 50th anniversary features words from Olympians Venus Williams (tennis), Lisa Fernandez (softball), Megan Rapinoe (soccer), Janet Evans (swimming), Sheryl Swoopes (basketball), Jackie Joyner-Kersee (track & field), and Misty-May Treanor (beach volleyball), amongst other voices.
Team USA's ice hockey star Angela Ruggiero talks business in retirement, the Sports Innovation Lab project, and more, on the Five Rings to Rule Them All podcast.
World Athletics features star Allyson Felix's legacy as the sprinter runs out her last competitive season.
YouTube: How is decathlete Thomas van der Plaetsen's injury recovery going?
Long jump Olympian Tara Davis talks encountering mental health struggles in college with Spikes.
Looking for a hardcover 'photo and written essay' documenting select athletes' journeys to Tokyo 2020? Check out Alex Palombo's "The 20 2020 Project".
Montreal 1976 decathlon gold medalist Caitlyn Jenner weighs in on FINA's new approach to transgender women in competition.
It's official - Katie Ledecky is the most-decorated-ever female swimmer in World Championship history.
Did teenager David Popovici evoke memories of legends Ian Thorpe and Michael Phelps with his swimming exploits at the World Aquatics Championships?
This week, Team Chile's Kristel Kobrich marked history as the only swimmer to have competed in 10 (!) long-course FINA World Championships.