Olympic Sport Athletes Are In The News
Both Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams are listed in the draw for next month's U.S. Open...will the tennis players appear?
Who are @Olympics' "young stars" to watch as Paris 2024 approaches? Emma Raducanu and Carlos Alcaraz (tennis), Mykoloas Alekna and Sasha Zhoya (track & field), Trinity Rodman (soccer), Truls Moregardh (table tennis), Yuasa Ami (breaking), and Oda Yumeka (skateboarding).
Olympic medalist Minnie Soo has no plans to retire from table tennis despite on-going medical issues that has derailed her recent training.
Retired soccer star Hope Solo pleads guilty to a DWI charge: "Easily the worst mistake of my life".
Team Canada ice hockey players pen an open letter addressing parliamentary investigations into systemic abuse allegations.
More ice hockey: Team USA junior Kaidan Mberko embraces the challenge of an 'undersized' reputation.
Olympian Ramla Ali's bout with Crystal Garcia Nova is the first planned women's professional boxing match to be held in Saudi Arabia.
Will Team Ireland's recent world championship-winning boxers Lisa O'Rourke and Amy Broadhurst get their prize money anytime soon?
How are Refugee Olympic Team athletes preparing for Paris 2024? It's two years away...
Weightlifter Hidilyn Diaz gets married...and then is evacuated from her hotel after an earthquake.
Eyeing a future in sports administration, sport shooter Danka Bartekova embraces her ambassador role at the European Youth Olympic Festival.
Figure skating champion Kim Yuna now firmly in the gossip pages with a baby and engagement with Forestella singer Ko Woo-rim.
Biathlete Simon Eder may be 39 years-old but he's looking to increase his current streak of 17 seasons with a World Cup podium appearance.
Team Australia Olympians Rachael Lynch (field hockey) and Selina Scoble (volleyball) receive Service to Society Grants from the World Olympians Association.
More field hockey...Erin Christie compares her sports career to a relationship - not always rosy.
What happened to Sportsmail's 'seven young British athletes to watch' from ten years ago?
Olympic champion Nelly Korda falls prey to an overzealous fan at the Evian Championship last weekend.
New Tour de France winner Jonas Vingegaard has some very royal fans.
The IOC names four new members to its Athletes' Commission, including Allyson Felix (track & field), Alistair Brownlee (triathlon), Oluseyi Smith (track & field, bobsled), and Masomah Ali Zada (road cycling). Ali Zada is also the first Refugee Olympic Team athlete to participate on the commission.
"My race plan? I just wanted to win." Runner Jakob Ingebritsen tells it like it was at the World Athletics Championships after his 5,000 meters win.
Olympic track legend Michael Johnson causes a stir with his reaction to Tobi Amusan's recent sprint hurdles world record.
What's next for hurdler Sydney McLaughlin after her remarkable relay anchor leg at the World Championships, let alone that world record?
Olympic javelin champion Neeraj Chopra is gunning for more gold, especially after not securing a World title last week.
Speaking of javelin...how special was veteran Kara Winger's surprise medal at Worlds? It was a definite highlight for me to see in person.
And silver-medalist 800 meter runner Keely Hodgkinson also is left wanting more.
Long-distance runner Mo Farah's personal revelation sparks an increase in trafficking reports.
Discus thrower Yaime Perez defects from Cuba while en route home through Miami. That's big news.
Who will win World Athletics' International Fair Play Award? (It should be Katarina Johnson-Thomson)
Team Austria's freestyle skiers started its 2022-23 season training in the middle of summer, last week.
Freestyle skier Miguel Porteous goes "West of Wanaka" in a new short GoPro film following "three mates looking to break the mold of a regular weekend".
Pop star Cody Simpson takes a big step in his swimming career with a professional Speedo contract.
Will Team Canada's surprise 3x3 basketball success result in more financial federation support?
Basketball star Brittney Griner's case in Russia takes another step with talks of a prisoner swap.
Team Spain's standout Juancho Hernangomez maybe has Covid-19 to thank for his starring role in basketball movie "Hustle'.