A Biweekly Look At Olympic Sport Athletes In The News
Five-time Olympic artistic swimming champion Anastasia Davydova...not a fan of the Russian-led war?
Diver Tom Daley - and his knitting - make it to the cover story of Cosmopolitan UK.
Team Mali's Salimatou Kourouma and Kamite Elisabeth Dabou steal the mixed-zone show at the Women's Basketball World Cup...for the wrong reasons.
Olympic basketball players LeBron James, Kevin Love, and Draymond Green make an investment in Major League Pickleball (!).
Olympic gold medalist Vanessa Gilles is "poised to reach new heights" in her soccer career with a club stint with Lyon.
Table tennis plater Feng Tianwei has a new role with Sport Singapore that allows her to 'maintain her fitness', pursue advanced education, and work at the same time.
RTE: The road to world rowing gold for Fintan McCarthy and Paul O'Donovan was built on 'trust'.
BBC: Don't count on Olympic tennis champ Any Murray getting a Roger Federer-style sendoff.
Speaking of tennis retirements...it sounds like Juan Martin del Potro is having a hard time with his.
What did gymnast Dominick Cunningham think of his international debut for Ireland? "It was very exciting, is the word".
Olympian Natalie Powell used judo to 'escape' the pain of being a closeted LGBTQ athlete. Now she's just experienced her first firsthand Pride.
Who will be the 'World Sailors of The Year'? World Sailing reveals its nominees...
Olympians and athletes from across sports - including handball, water polo canoeing, and karate amongst others - feted at Spain's National Sports Gala. (in Spanish)
Figure skater Adam Rippon makes a guest appearance on TV game show 'Pictionary'.
Meanwhile, champion figure skater Yuna Kim worked the runway at London Fashion Week, featuring a traditional Korean hanbok collection.
Time's '100 Next' honorees include tennis player Carlos Alcaraz, figurer skate Ilia Malinin, soccer players Trinity Rodman (with a profile written by Briana Scurry) and Samantha Kerr (by Abby Wambach), sprinter Erriyon Knighton (by Michael Johnson), and basketballer Ja Morant. And don't miss sprint legend Allyson Felix's write-up of commentator Maria Taylor...
World champion Johannes Lamparter talks Nordic combined goals in an interview with Fondo Italia.
Equestrian Lottie Fry has a strong sense of 'legacy', training and competing with her mother's colleagues.
An infamous pair of gloves used by boxing great and Los Angeles 1984 medalist Evander Holyfield brings in almost $40,000 at auction.
Team USA: How growing up on the border helped shape Jennifer Lozano.
Sarah Sjostrom's strong 2022 season underlined her status as one of the 'all-time greats' in swimming.
Veteran Chris Mazdzer hasn't retired from the U.S. national team just yet...
Biathlete Paulina Fialkova's bounce back from a disappointing two years came from a 'mindset' change.
Can Rory McIlroy help bridge golf's current 'great divide'?
Understand Estonian and like wrestling? Epp Mae is a guest on the Poodium podcast...
Fredrik Samuelsson is 'the decathlete who suffers from rheumatism' in a new feature story. (in Swedish)
Retired long-distance runner Paula Radcliffe has fond memories of Queen Elizabeth and her ' "phenomenal" support of sport'.
Hurdles world record holder Karsten Warholm remains positive despite a down year in 2022: "My ego is fine, I can assure you".
"It's a great feeling to be an example." Team Barbados' Sada Williams reflects on her success this season in long sprinting.
The accolades keep coming for marathoner Elioud Kipchoge after his stunning Berlin race last weekend. And p.s., don't sleep on the importance of a good water guy on your team.
Double Olympic rugby sevens medalist Ruby Tui opens up on her 'harrowing childhood' with Stuff.