A Roundup of Headlines Featuring Olympic Sports Athletes
Retired Alpine skier Hig Roberts pens an advice column for sports leaders welcoming LGBTQ inclusiveness, throughout the year.
Are athletes opening up like gymnast Simone Biles and Alpine skier Mikaela Shiffrin have done recently inspiring more openness re: mental health?
Gymnast Nile Wilson and students take over a shopping mall for an exhibition celebrating London 2012.
Team USA gymnast Yul Modauer's recent Pan American success has him 'primed' for key challenges later this season.
Tattoos, laughing, and crying...gymnast Caitlin Rooskrantz talks Tokyo 2020 and more withTeamSA.
Watch a day in the life of diver Matty Lee as he prepared for the Commonwealth Games, courtesy iof photographer Henry Jay Kamara.
Fellow Team Great Britain diver Tom Daley makes a statement of inclusion at the Commonwealth Games Opening Ceremony.
Figure skater Nathan Chen to take a break in order to re-focus on his collegiate studies at Yale.
Biathletes Thomas Bormolini and Eva Pusarcikova talk retirement and more with BiathlonWorld.
Team Australia's swimming great Kyle Chalmers has a dramatic, exasperating press conference: "It's taking too much a toll on my mental health".
Five swimmers headline the Team Aruba athlete delegation to receive Olympic scholarships, alongside athletes from sailing and BMX.
Retired swimming legend Ian Thorpe reveals a past gun-toting stalker.
Who's the most-winningest athlete in Commonwealth Games history? Now, swimmer Emma McKeon...
Meanwhile, not-yet-retired veteran swimmer Chad le Clos is focused on legacy and even more podiums.
"I was really disappointed by it." Swimmer Alice Dearing reflects on her historic Tokyo 2020 appearance and looks toward Paris 2024.
Road cyclist Annemiek van Vleuten may have endured 'hell' to win the women's Tour de France. Was it important that she win it?
More CNN: Olympic golfer Brooke Andersen finds success on the course alongside her twin sister.
Short track speed skater Kristen Santos helps her hometown skating club train the next generation.
Track cyclist Laura Kenny returns to the site of key London 2012 triumph ten years ago.
Judoka Nikoloz Sherazadishvili signs on for an Iberian Airlines and Spanish promotion.
Parupalli Kashyap is learning to adjust to having a veteran's fitness on the badminton circuit: "Everything has to be trained now".
FEI: A day in the life of equestrian eventer Gracie Tyte.
Speaking of veterans...canoeist Denis Gargaud Chanut is 'not oblivious to the pitfalls that come with age'.
"A bit of a punch in the face." Team Australia rugby sevens star Sharni Williams weighs in on the recent LGBT inclusion effort by Manly rugby.
Rhythmic gymnast Mimi-Isabella Cesar gets the fun of training 'the world's strongest brothers' in her sport in a Commonwealth Games promotion.
R.I.P. to triathlete Tsudoi Miyazaki, killed in an accident while training on a road in France.
The USATF Foundation announces 50 grant recipients of $8,000 each to help fund track & field careers.
World Athletics: Tobi Amusan is the 'accidental hurdler'-turned world record-holder.
Which recent World Athletics Championships athletes might be World Athletics U20 Championships athletes as well?
Is sprinter Andre de Grasse going to shut down his season despite his highlight anchor leg at Worlds?
Sprinter Leon Reid is "exploring all options" to overturn his ban at the Commonwealth Games.
Camille Buscomb's funding from Athletics NZ is impacted by her recovery from pregnancy.
Jess Stenson had motivation from a past Australian marathoner - and current teammates - to inspire her Commonwealth Games win.
Tokyo 2020 boxer Beatriz Ferreira plans to turn professional, yet still eyes Paris 2024's tournament.
Team USA two-time Olympian Jayson Terdiman transitions into a coaching role with USA Luge.
Olympic champion Sue Bird expands her business portfolio joining fellow basketball great Kevin Durant, soccer star Carli Loyd, and others with an ownership stake in women's soccer.
R.I.P. to 'perhaps the greatest basketball player of all-time', 11-time NBA champion, five-time NBA MVP, Melbourne 1956 gold medalist, and would-be Olympic high jumper Bill Russell.