An Olympic Sports Athlete News Roundup
Speed skaters Brittany Bowe and Erin Jackson get the Wheaties treatment.
Team Japan Nordic combined athlete Yuna Kasai answers three quick questions from FIS.
Basketball star Brittney Griner receives a prominent place in a new mural to help draw attention to those Americans 'wrongfully detained' overseas.
Professional basketball star Slava Medvedenko uses his championship rings with the Los Angeles Lakers to support his native Ukraine.
Meanwhile, fellow Team USA star Devin Booker makes the gossip pages with a Jenner...
And skeleton racer Kendal Wesenberg gets into People as well, courtesy her own celebrity coupling.
Oliver Leydon-Davis is headed to his fourth consecutive Commonwealth Games, and the badminton player's "pride doesn't change".
Olympians pepper The Players' Tribune's annual 'Players' Night Out Party' last week, including gymnasts Sunisa Lee and Jordan Chiles, Alpine skiers Mikaela Shiffrin and Aleksander Aamodt Kilde, basketball player Rebecca Lobo, snowboarder Chloe Kim, and boxer Sugar Ray Leonard.
Teams England, Scotland, and Wales to combine for Team Great Britain in rugby sevens' World Series.
Harper's Bazaar Australia: swimmer Emma McKeon is 'learning to incorporate more balance' in her pursuit of success.
More Australia swimming: The 'Duel in the Pool' returns this summer, and Team Australia's 'dolphins' are getting ready.
Retired Team Jamaica swimmer Michael Gunning gives voice to the importance of LGBTQ inclusion protection for the Commonwealth Games.
According to defender Surender Kumar, Team India's commitment to fitness will be key for their Commonwealth Games ambitions in field hockey.
Drama is unfolding around Rio 2016 road cyclist Miguel Angel Lopez''s temporary team suspension.
Double-Olympic triathlon champion Alistair Brownlee tempers expectations as he returns to competition after a 'testing few months'.
Figure skaters Maia and Alex Shibutani are children's book authors with "Amazing: Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders Who Inspire Us All".
Gymnast Julie Roettum Madsoe is 'ready to take on' more challenges, now with the Nordic Championships all-around gold in hand.
The Spanish Olympic Committee checks in with Olympic gymnast Roxana Popa for a feature on her approach to the sport, and more. (in Spanish)
And speaking of gymnastics...Gymnasts for Change, representing over 500 athletes, pens an open letter pushing for abuse investigation and reform in Canada.
Have you been following the "In & Out DH World Cup" podcast, chronicling Camille Blanche's and Emilie Siegenthaler's mountain biking season? (You should be.)
Freeskier Eileen Gu makes an impromptu appearance at the San Francisco Half Marathon.
Are Russian tennis Olympians Andrey Rublev and Daria Kasatkina contemplating a citizenship change?
Taekwondo star Simone Alessio gets an honor of an exhibit at Rome's Olympic stadium. (in Italian)
Get to know 20-year-old twin boxers Garan and Ioan Croft ahead of their Commonwealth Games debut.
Olympics.com: Why was Bhavani Devi's debut at Tokyo 2020's fencing competition so special?
Bobsled represented at the Commonwealth Games with Team Great Britain's push athlete Adele Nicoll to compete in the women's shot put.
All hail the first athlete to have World Athletics Championships medals in all three sprint events - the 100, 200, and 400 meters - and a complete set (gold, silver, bronze, no less)...Shericka Jackson.
The Museum of World Athletics has a new item, courtesy of hammer throw champion Brooke Andersen. Ditto, from 'Mommy Rocket', too.
World champion long hurdler Alison dos Santos has thoughts about the 200 or 400 flat meters in the not so distant future. (in Portuguese)
Here's a look at L'Officiel's feature on champion hurdler Sydney McLaughlin, from before her latest world record performance.
Star long-distance runner Sifan Hassan learns a reminder lesson about consistent training in a disappointing World Championships outing.
"Ninth in the world - at 19 years of age"...Team Ireland's Rhasidat Adeleke is one to watch as she matures as a 400-meter runner.