Congrats to the World Athletics 2020 awards winners, including athletes of the year Mondo Duplantis and Yulimar Rojas!
Canadian Olympic ice hockey gold medalist Shannon Szarbados is now a children's book author.
U.S. swimming legends Donna de Varona and John Naber are elected onto the United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee Board, representing athlete alumni.
Olympian Breanna Stewart named one of Sports Illustrated's Sportspersons of the Year...not without some deserved controversy, though.
The Sports Australia Hall of Fame inductee class for 2020 includes Olympians Lauren Jackson (basketball), Matthew Mitcham (diving), Bridgette Ireland (water polo), and Cadel Evans (mountain biking). Congrats, all!
Double Olympian and London 2012 gold medalist Katie Taylor named "best pound-for-pound professional women's boxer" in the world, according to Ring magazine to end the year.
Salt Lake City 2002 gold medalist Rhona Howie speaks up to support and protect endangered curling opportunities in home Scotland.
Turmoil within Australian field hockey? The women are currently ranked third in the world.
Munich 1972 gold medalist Dan Gable honored with the U.S. Presidential Medal of Freedom for his career's work in wrestling as an athlete and coach.
New Zealand veteran freestyle skier Byron Wells speaks with Team NZ on his career, and plans on the future on the heels of his retirement announcement.
Legend Kerri Lee Walsh joins Volleyball Ireland for an online Q&A to discuss her road to Tokyo, volleyball, and more.
Tomasso Dotti shares his thoughts on what has made the Italian short track team succcessful over the last few Games.