Olympic Sports Athletes Are Making Headlines
The Guardian looks at some of the infamous 'sport cheating scandals', including the St. Louis 1904 marathon, Moscow 1980's men's javelin competition, and figure skater Nancy Kerrigan's 'kneecapping'.
Figure skater veteran Gracie Gold isn't done yet - and is motivated to prove competitiveness.
"What else are we capable of?" Figure skaters Alexa Knierim and Brandon Frazier look toward a new competitive season after a strong 2021-22.
More Olympic Talk: Beach volleyballers Sarah Hughes and Kelly Cheng are united as a pair, years after they were targeted as Tokyo 2020 contenders.
Former swimmer Carsten Vissering talks his new bobsled ambitions with SwimSwam.
Wait...star swimmer Katinka Hosszu didn't vacation until age 31? (link in Hungarian)
Field hockey player Neha Goyal thinks Team India's recent strong run portends good results at the upcoming Women's Nations Cup.
The Association of National Olympic Committees announces its honorees from Beijing 2022 for its ANOC Awards 2022, including Team Sweden curling, Eileen Gu (freestyle skiing), Team Canada ice hockey, Sven Kramer (speed skating), Nick Baumgartner and Lindsay Jacobellis (snowboarding), and Hawng Dae-heon (short track).
Star snowboarder Shaun White approaches his first full winter season as a businessman, not athlete.
Gymnast Anina Wildi looks to 'thrive' at the World Championships this month, particularly after missing the last edition through injury.
With retirement approaching, triathlete Non Stanford reflects on her career after converting from multiple other sports.
Just how did Alpine skiing stars' Mikaela Shiffrin's and Aleksander Aamodt Kilde's romance start?
Still in jail in Russia, basketball player Brittney Griner spends her 32nd birthday in prison.
How did Rio 2016 basketball Olympian Klay Thompson 'rebound' from injury to star in 2022's NBA Finals?
Cycling superstar Pauline Ferrand-Prevot confirms her Paris 2024 mountain bike intentions.
Rising team Sweden cross-country skier Emma Ribom chats with FIS on her hopes for 2022-23.
SportsPro Media ranks the world's '50 most marketable athletes', including Olympians Cristiano Ronaldo (soccer), Serena Williams (tennis), LeBron James (basketball), Lionel Messi (soccer), Naomi Osaka (tennis), Alex Morgan and Samantha Kerr (soccer), Simone Biles (gymnastics), Simona Help and Rafael Nadal (tennis), Neymar (soccer), Katie Ledecky (swimming), Chloe Kim (snowboarding), Roger Federer (tennis), Candace Parker (basketball), Megan Rapinoe (soccer), Eileen Gu (freestyle skiing), Garbine Muguruza (tennis), Sky Brown (skateboarding), Becky Sauerbrunn (soccer), Sydney McLaughlin (track & field), Luka Doncic (basketball), Novak Djokovic (tennis), Katie taylor (boxing), and Rory McIlroy (golf).
Speaking of Simone Biles...the champion gymnast pens a guest essay for USA TODAY: "...why I'm a voice for others".
Olympic softball multi-medalist Tanya Harding gets a Sport Australia Hall of Fame nod for 2022.
Sport climber Elnaz Rekabi's fate is uncertain after the Iranian makes a bold statement in competition. Or did she?
Biathlete Dorothea Wierer is the Dolomites' top sportswoman for the fifth time at the 2022 Sporthilfe Gala. (in German)
Team Canada star rugby sevens player Bianca Farella contemplates what's next after a Covid-19-related disappointing end to her 2022 season.
"Boring" is how retired road cyclist Dan Martin sees the state of today's athletes on the circuit.