Olympic Sports Athletes Making Headlines This Week
Skeleton racer Vladyslav Heraskevych reminds us what's happening behind the power of a sports camp.
Women's tennis #1 Iga Swiatek announces a charity event supporting Ukrainian victims of Russian war.
More Swiatek as she matches Monica Seles' 1990 win streak of 36 straight matches. Will she set the record later in the tournament?
More early news from Wimbledon: Novak Djokovic is the first tennis player to win at least 80 matches in each of the four Grand Slam tournaments.
And Sports Illustrated's Jon Wertheim reflects on tennis great Serena William's career.
Speaking of...just who is Harmony Tran, who 'spoiled' Williams' Wimbledon return in the first round.
Following not advancing to the national team, sprinter Sha'Carri Richardson has an ask of media: respect.
Retired sprinter Anyika Onoura reveals stark personal demons in memoir, "My Hidden Race".
Thought hurdler Devon Allen wasn't his sharpest at the U.S. Championships? He was grieving a loss.
How was your commute to work? Long hurdler Wilfried Happio assaulted in warmup yet managed to win his French title 20 minutes later.
Can hurdler Alastair Chalmers win an elusive Commonwealth Games medal for Guernsey this year?
Judoka Nikoloz Sherazadashvili talks Tokyo 2020 disappointment and his subsequent weight category switch with Olympics.com. (in Spanish)
More Olympics.com.es: Skateboarder Angelo Caro, fifth in Tokyo 2020, eyes the opportunity to showcase Latin America in Paris.
Is there a 'new and improved Luka Doncic playing for Team Slovenia basketball this summer?
Basketball star Brittney Griner finally has a court date set in her Russian legal case.
Is double Olympic golf medalist Lydia Ko about to announce an engagement?
The Hockey Hall of Fame class for 2022 includes Olympic medalists Henrik & Daniel Sedin, Daniel Alfredsson, Robert Luongo, and Riikka Sallinen.
Financial consultants KPMG hosted gymnast Dominique Dawes and beach volleyball-er Kerri Walsh-Jennings to discuss 'what makes a champion?'.
Rhys McClenaghan and fellow Northern Irish gymnasts cleared to compete at the upcoming Commonwealth Games.
Irish Olympic boxing champion Katie Taylor gets an ESPY nomination. But she's not the only Olympian on the list of nominations...
Diver Tom Daley weighs in on FINA's recent ban announcement on transgender female athletes.
"I'm super proud of what I did"...Team Canada diver Caeli McKay works her way back from injury.
The World Curling Hall of Fame makes its 2022 inductee announcement.
Speed skater Bart Swings headlines a large roster of Tokyo 2020 Olympians headed to the World Games.
Almost in all the words detailing Luxembourg's National Day festivities is the announcement that table tennis players Ni Kia Lian and Sarah de Nutte are awarded the 'Order of the Oak Crown' for their world championship success last year. Congrats!
More awards: Alpine skier Ryan Cochrane-Siegle and cross-country star Jessie Diggins given the Beck International Award as U.S. Ski & Snowboard Athletes of the Year.
Are there any 'top swimming stories' from the World Aquatics Championships you missed?
Refugee swimmer Yusra Mardini is, well, no longer a refugee. Is swimming for Team Germany next?
Seven-time Olympic swimming medalist Emily Seebohm makes another reality TV appearance with Australia's Ninja Warrior.
"Just be you." Team Great Britain Olympic swimmer Dan Jervis comes out as LGBT.
Olympic bronze medalists Matthew Soukup and Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes join forces with a Canadian ski jumping legend to help 'revive his sport among his First Nation'.