What Have Olympic Sport Athletes Been Up to in the Week Since Tokyo 2020?
Teenage diving sensation Quan Hongchan has big aspirations post-gold...owning a supermarket.
Despite the IOC, the Olympics still matter. Fencer Race Imboden pens an op-ed for BBC.
"It's worth it." Australian Madeline Groves backs up stepping away from swimming ahead of Tokyo 2020 to shed light on a toxic culture.
Anders Mol and Christian Sorum continue their winning ways with a record fourth consecutive European beach volleyball title.
Tennis star Naomi Osaka pledges support for Haiti in the wake of a devastating earthquake.
And, Tokyo 2020 javelin medalist Maria Andrejczyk makes her own striking pledge to support one in need.
CJ Ujah's positive drug test at Tokyo 2020 could be "tragic" for his Team Great Britain 4x100 sprint relay teammates.
On a real positive note, hurdler Hansle Parchment gives thanks to a "good Samaritan" crucial to his win.
Belarus sprinter Krystsina Tsimanouskaya looks to support fellow athletes targeted for political retribution.
Could Saint Boy, the most notorious modern pentathlon horse, get a new celebrity owner?
Team Japan's Miu Goto to receive a new softball gold medal after Nagoya's mayor gets his hands, er mouth, on it.
Linoy Ashram reflects on her remarkable rhythmic gymnastics victory with Israel Hayom.
R.I.P. to New Zealand track cyclist and Rio 2016 Olympian Olivia Podmore, passing at age 24.
Irish taekwondo Olympian Jack Woolley is a victim of a random attack on the street. (Graphic)
Tamyra Mansah-Stock's wrestling success at Tokyo pays off...for her mother.
Meanwhile, wrestler Ukrainian Zhan Beleniuk finds a gold medal doesn't protect from racial confrontations.
Finnish skateboarder Lizzie Armanto gets a Vogue feature for her unique custom uniform.